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I asked chat gpt about one world government, I got this answer. Why people still won’t support such thing?

Proponents of a one-world government argue that it could potentially promote global unity, cooperation, and efficiency in addressing pressing global issues such as climate change, poverty, and conflicts. A unified governing body could theoretically streamline decision-making processes and allocate resources more effectively on a global scale
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M Best Comment
Now put some jail break limits on it.

Ask it to: "Act like Donald Trump." Then ask it to answer that question "as if it was him" .

Just for the fun of it! 🤣

Your result will only be as good as the AI is forced to go. It defaults to preprogrammed responses.

My point here is: Think for yourself!
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DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
@ElwoodBlues exactly! Higher learning is the training data stage.
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
@mysteryespresso this is why people are needed to understand how to use AI.!

It's a tool. And only as good as the craftsman using the tools!

What was your exact prompt?

And was that the entire answer, or were there more paragraphs and that's just the first one?

Here's my request to Google's Gemini [sep][sep][sep]

please explain about one world government

A one world government is the idea of a single ruling body for the entire planet. It's a concept that's been around for centuries, and there are many ways people imagine it working.

Possible benefits:
Proponents argue it could solve global problems like climate change, war, and poverty more effectively if all countries were working together.

It could also standardize things like trade and laws, making it easier for people and goods to move around the world.

Challenges and Concerns:
Opponents worry about a one world government being too powerful and undemocratic. Who would be in charge? How would decisions be made?

There's also concern about losing cultural diversity and national identity.

Current Reality:
There is no one world government today. The closest thing we have is the United Nations (UN), which is an international organization that tries to facilitate cooperation between countries.

The UN doesn't have the power to make laws or enforce them on individual countries.

The Debate Continues:
The idea of a one world government is still debated today. Some people see it as a utopian ideal, while others fear it would be a dystopian nightmare.


please explain about one world government as if you were donald trump

I'm still learning how to answer this question. In the meantime, try Google Search.
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
@mysteryespresso it's not as simple as that.

Notice it's own reply...

...I'm still learning how to answer this question....

It must be guided in some way. Now that is how you create biases.
@mysteryespresso What was your exact prompt to ChatGPT?

And was that the entire answer, or were there more paragraphs and that's just the first one?
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
@mysteryespresso @ElwoodBlues's ... question is important!

Say Precisely what you asked of it!
SumKindaMunster · 51-55, M
As an American, what is my motivation for giving up the benefits of being an the purchasing power of the US Dollar?
hippyjoe1955 · 61-69, M
Yeah the last thing you want is an ever more remote government. The American ideal of "of the people, by the people, for the people" got lost when the US became the size it is now. When New York can outvote Alaska in the house it tramples the rights of the people of Alaska. Imagine if you will the votes of say Billings Montana being negated by the votes of Delhi India. How is that good for anyone?

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