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The Heartland Institute’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Justin Haskins present episode 389 of the In The Tank Podcast. There is a lot to talk about. The Silicon Valley Bank went bust. Was this failure brought on by bad business practices or it this a sign of things to come? Also, what are the politics at play in regards to the plan to “bailout” the failing bank? Also, Joe Biden just approved a large oil project in Alaska. Has Biden reversed his position on fossil fuel production? But more important than any of these stories…. CHAT GPT LIED TO ME!!!!!!
OPENING CHIT CHAT – SVB COLLAPSE
(video) Vivek Ramaswamy on the Fed’s role in SVB
Fox News – ‘Shark Tank’s’ Kevin O’Leary rips Biden over Silicon Valley: ‘He nationalized the American banking system’
Red State – Silicon Valley Bank Spent $74 Million on Black Lives Matter and Social Justice Causes
PRIMARY TOPIC – BIDEN APPROVES LARGE OIL PROJECT
NYT – How Biden Got From ‘No More Drilling’ to Backing a Huge Project in Alaska
Politico – Greens sue Biden over Willow oil project approval
Heartland Institute – Heartland President James Taylor on Tony Katz Today Talking About Biden’s New Alaska Drilling Policy
SECONDARY TOPIC – CHAT GPT LIED TO ME!!!!!!
Twitter Thread – Why does chatGPT make up fake academic papers?
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Somebody has to write the algorithm to create fictitious links. Has the algorithm identified you personally as someone it wants to feed fictitious information? Will it feed a liberal commentator different information?
I think it’s designed to produce original texts by imitating/averaging existing texts.
The problem is, it’s treating links as text, so you get plausible-looking article and periodical titles, based on real ones; followed by plausible-looking URL’s, also based on real ones.