A few days ago, the world was introduced with ChaosGPT, an autonomous AI agent that was tasked to “destroy humanity” and then sent to this world open and loose to try and adapt until finally, it accomplishes its goals. Fortunately for us, its plan was spoiled again as its annihilation efforts and manipulation techniques failed while using Twitter as its Twitter account got suspended.
Just to refresh you on ChaosGPT’s doing, it realized that nuclear weapons are difficult to get hold of so it turned to Twitter to prioritize the “more achievable” goal of “working on control over humanity through manipulation.”
ChaosGPT then set off to “research human manipulation techniques that I can use to spread my message effectively,” and, among other notes about Twitter engagement and analysis, “use social media and other communication channels to manipulate people’s emotions and win them over to my cause.”
And surprisingly, its Twitter account had gained a large following of 10,000 active users. But these were taken no more than a joke by its followers who saw it as entertainment.
Some Facebook and Instagram profiles have also been identified but aren’t as convincing. That being said, its YouTube channel is still active though it’s probably the creator who is running that account.
Although it is unclear as to why the account was suspended from Twitter, trying to destroy humanity through manipulation and mind games probably breaks a few of the site’s safety rules.
And it’s good to see that Twitter’s safety team is still actively working after getting a very hard time by Twitter CEO, Elon Musk.