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Tech Company Trains Chatbot to Talk and Think Like Ronald Reagan

'There's so many incredible applications for this that we're hopeful to pursue here in the near future...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) TUSK, a free-speech browser tech company, is creating an artificial intelligence robot that has been programmed with the “worldview” of iconic conservative President Ronald Reagan, Just the News reported.

Kaelan Dorr, TUSK’s chief marketing officer, told the John Solomon Reports podcast that the “Gipper AI” will fit in with the whole of TUSK’s larger free speech project.

“The Gipper AI is a part of the application and a part of the browser extension,” he said.

Dorr, responding largely to the thoroughly documented wokeness of ChatGPT and its creators at OpenAI, further suggested that he wanted to give conservatives software that does not inherently disapprove of their views.

“[A] lot of the answers that this chat bot is putting out are pretty biased against conservatives,” he said.

“It says all sorts of crazy things about how CRT is great and transgenderism is good, and we find that it doesn’t adequately reflect the conservative point of view.”

Enter Gipper AI, which is to represent conservatives in a world in which their views are often considered reactionary or backwards.

“What we’ve done is we’ve trained our own chatbot,” Dorr noted.

“We’ve trained the chatbot to speak in the voice of Ronald Reagan and to view things as a conservative,” he added. “It’s been really interesting so far.”

On the whole, Dorr remains optimistic about the opportunities that lie ahead for sensible, non-woke AI creators.

“There’s so many incredible applications for this that we’re hopeful to pursue here in the near future,” he said.

Dorr and TUSK are not alone in exploring alternative AI programs.

In February, Twitter CEO Elon Musk said that he intended to approach artificial intelligence developers to try to form a non-woke alternative to ChatGPT.

“What we need is TruthGPT,” Musk suggested at the time.

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