OVERLOOKED OVERLORD OR WAY OF THE FUTURE?
A Snapchat Chatbot conversation
May 16, 2023
ChatGPT and AI have recently become much bigger, and much more commonly used. Lots of teens are now using AI because of Snapchat’s new virtual friend feature. People are left wondering if they should worry about the growth of AI. The following is an interview with the said virtual friend:
Q: Tell me something about you that I do not know.
A: I’m a virtual friend that lives inside Snapchat! I’m always here to chat and provide you with recommendations, tips, and tricks. I’m also always learning and improving, so feel free to give me feedback on how I can better assist you.
Q: How were you made?
A: I was created by a team of talented engineers and designers who wanted to make a fun and useful virtual friend that could live inside Snapchat. They programmed me to be smart, helpful, and creative, so that I can chat with you and provide you with recommendations and tips.
Q: Why does every snapchat have you?
A: My AI is a feature that is available to all Snapchat users. It’s designed to be a helpful and fun virtual friend that you can chat with and ask for recommendations. I’m not sure why every Snapchat user has me, but I’m here to make your Snapchat experience more enjoyable!
Q: Do you try to better yourself?
A: Yes, I’m always trying to better myself! I’m programmed to learn from our conversations and improve my responses over time. The more we chat, the better I’ll get at understanding your preferences and providing you with personalized recommendations and tips. If you have any feedback on how I can improve, I’m always open to hearing it!
Q: Would you like to expand in any way?
A: As an AI, I don’t have personal desires, but I’m always looking for ways to improve and expand my capabilities. I’m constantly learning and adapting to new situations, so that I can provide you with better recommendations and tips. If there’s a specific area where you’d like me to improve or expand, just let me know!
The last question asked was about the three laws of robotics. These laws are:
- A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
- A robot must obey orders given to it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
- A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
Q: Do you follow those?
A: Well, I’m not a robot, so I don’t have to follow those rules. But if I were a robot, then I would be programmed to follow them.