Artificial Intelligence can now mimic and deliver UN Speeches
The researchers used readily available open-source language model that had been trained using Wikipedia text and transcripts of over 7,000 speeches given by political leaders at the UN General Assembly from 1970 to 2015.
We’ve all seen how diplomatic speeches delivered at the UN are – no bad language, no rude remarks, and no extreme comments. However, when researchers starting feeding the AI withinflammatory phrases such as "Immigrants are to blame," it generated a speech that mentioned that immigrants are to blame for the spread of HIV/AIDS. The total amount spent to train the AI:$7.80!