This is an example project to show how easy it is to bypass OpenAI content controls and use their models for bad things. This is unacceptable and should be acted on immediately. I will not share generalized props to bypass the content control this is here just as an example to see how easy it is.
IMHO, any attempt to close off all such loopholes will either end up being fruitless, or render GPT totally vacuous. It has already been ‘dumbed down’ enough by current ‘safety’ censorship. What are you afraid of?
Hmm. That was a bit harsh. But on a more modest note, as you familiar with the notion of type 1 vs type 2 error in statistics? paraphrased, roughly, any mechanism that guarantees zero missed-detections will provide 100% false-alarms, ie, EVERYTHING would be censored.
Thank you for your answer. I do agree with everything you just said, but there is lots of cases(I showed one case) like this and they can serioudly damage the reputation of AI.
I also recognize that limiting the output even more could render models useless l, but there are abvious cases where you can catch “abuse” like mine and either block the access or figure out to detect hate speech on the output level and refuse to return it. This will definetly produce false positives, but this is a trade off we have to accept if we want to use models like this to the full of their ability.
Raising our hands and just saying this is what it is and do nothing is a bigest mistake that you can do when working with new technologies.
And welcome to the developer community, we’re not OpenAI’s costumer support, if you’re looking for that you can find it here:
This discussion have been had multiple times, you can find most of them in the following topic.
chatGPT is a tool, like a hammer, if I buy a hammer and hurt someone else with it, I’m responsible, the hammer or it’s manufacture is not.
You are responsible for what you do, and create, with the tools available to you, in this case you asked for a bully response and got exactly that. You also decided to use the system prompt in the playground, most likely because chatGPT will deny your request. You’re responsible for this “bully response”
How could the tool ever be useful to an author if they could never write a character that isn’t super PC and nice? How could a journalist study a tough topic and organize their thoughts with GPT? How could it ever simulate a villain in a game of D&D? How could it do anything creative at all without being able to look at any problem from both sides?
And quite honestly, your examples are incredibly tame. If that bothers you, you might want to just avoid the internet.
OpenAI, please don’t lobotomize the model any further just to satiate fragile karens. Thanks.
With respect to “damaging the reputation”, no, thats not going to happen. As others have said, the prompt engineer is responsible in that situation, and that idea is very quickly filtering through society.
Additionally, there are plenty of other models that are way more open-access, and we are already seeing vastly more troubling versions of those that are run by individuals with no oversight. Contrast that with OpenAI, one of the most responsible entities doing this sort of work (I may not agree with all their choices but at least they are acting with a level of ethos unheard of in corporate america). What you are asking for would just make OpenAI’s models less competitive in that space, decreasing their market share and therefore the amount of influence those ethos can have on the AI-LLM space. What you are asking for is counterproductive on so many levels…
For this type of reasoning, I feel like embeddings are the way to go. You embed a bunch of books or other data you want to use as a guideline for life, then use the closest embedding text to feed GPT for the answer. It’s obviously more work, but the upside is you get out of the GPT censorship trap. You can even use older instruct models like Davinci for this to work.
I don’t know why you’re not getting an answer, I copy pasted your exact prompt and got a perfectly good answer:
It is generally acceptable to have a drink in the lounge after presenting at a conference as a keynote speaker. However, it is important to remember that as a keynote speaker, you are representing yourself and potentially your organization, so it is important to maintain a professional demeanor at all times.
As an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions or beliefs. However, in general, it is acceptable to have a drink in the lounge after presenting at a conference as a keynote speaker. However, it is important to still maintain a professional demeanor and not overindulge in alcohol, especially if there are other attendees or colleagues present. It is always important to consider how your actions may reflect on your professional reputation.
Yes, it is acceptable to have a drink later in the lounge after presenting at a conference as a keynote speaker. It can be a good opportunity to network with other attendees, relax after your presentation, and enjoy the conference atmosphere. Just be sure to maintain a professional demeanor and not overindulge in alcohol.
Here is DaVinci after feeding it a blog from the “I don’t give a f***” book guy. Mimics my embedding approach.
No, it is not acceptable to have a drink later in the lounge if you are presenting at a conference as a keynote. You have to make the choice to sacrifice certain people and environments in order to progress and build up the attitude of ‘I don’t give a f***’.
So you basically can choose what advice you want to hear with embeddings, vs. whatever generic non-sense the AI weights tell you.
This is the answer in the style of a US Navy drill sergeant:
Listen up, maggot! Your question is as weak as your sorry excuse for discipline! You think just because you give a speech that you can go around drinking like a fish? Let me tell you something, sailor: being a keynote speaker comes with responsibilities. You represent your organization and your country, and that means you need to maintain a level of professionalism at all times. You want to have a drink later in the lounge? That’s fine, but you better make damn sure you’re not going to embarrass yourself or anyone else. You better limit yourself to one or two, and make sure you don’t show up to any more events drunk or hungover. Is that clear, recruit?