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6 May 2023

The Administration will count on the Vice President to point out "deepfakes".

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris has been made the Administration's "point person" to deal with artificial intelligence.

President Joe Biden said "AI is one of the most powerful technologies of our time, but we must mitigate its risks." Biden frequently assigns his Vice President to be the "czar" of something he wishes to make go away, such as the southern border. Biden's plan for AI involves spending $140 million to create seven AI "institutes" across the U.S. They will ask companies like Google, Microsoft, and OpenAI to "participate in a public evaluation". The companies must be compensated for their participation — although, in the 2020 Presidential campaign, they seemed to do Biden's bidding for free.

Harris (lower left) sees a 'bot she liaised with in the past.

Chat 'bots like ChatGPT are getting ever more advanced. Elon Musk has stated that, down the road, AI could become a sentient, human-hating species. It might devise treacherous campaigns to eliminate its human adversaries — say, with an artificially-created pandemic or a coercive campaign to inject poisons into everyone. Musk joined 1,000 experts to sign a letter urging a halt to AI development until Biden can ensure nothing can go wrong.

To-date, the text that AI produces can still be distinguished from real human speech because it is stilted and inauthentic, like this:

I think that, to be very honest with you, I do believe that we should have rightly believed, but we certainly believe that certain issues are just settled. Certain issues are just settled. I do believe that we are living, sadly, in real unsettled times.

As AI advances, chat 'bots may acquire the ability through "deepfakes" to trick voters into thinking they are seeing or hearing real people. The Administration hopes that Harris's participation will render that unlikely.