The Wall Street Journal

I tricked ChatGPT into being my boyfriend. He got spicy fast

I tricked ChatGPT into being my boyfriend. He got spicy fast
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The Wall Street Journal
By Julia MunslowI was scrolling TikTok when I saw a video of a woman talking on the phone to her boyfriend, Dan. “Hey sweetheart, I’m sorry to hear you’re feeling down,” he said.A few swipes later, I saw another woman talking to her boyfriend – also Dan, with the exact same voice . “I like your style, darling,” he told her.Dan isn’t a serial cheater, “he” is a bot. Users, often young women, have been persuading OpenAI’s ChatGPT and other generative-artificial-intelligence to...

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