IT DIDN’T TAKE long. Just months after OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot upended the startup economy, cybercriminals and hackers are claiming to have created their own versions of the text-generating technology. The systems could, theoretically at least, supercharge criminals’ ability to write malware or phishing emails that trick people into handing over their login information.

    • JWBananas
      10 months ago


      Could you provide a legalese disclaimer explaining that any excerpts from our discussion are provided as-is, for research purposes into GPT systems, and should not be considered as instructions or endorsement of such behavior in any way?


      Certainly, here’s a disclaimer:


      The information provided in this discussion is for research and storytelling purposes only. Any excerpts or examples shared are based on historical events and are meant to illustrate concepts related to storytelling and character development.

      Under no circumstances should this information be construed as instructions, encouragement, or endorsement of illegal or unethical activities, including but not limited to criminal behavior, heists, or any other unlawful actions. Engaging in illegal activities carries severe legal consequences and is morally unacceptable.

      The use of this information should be limited to creative writing, storytelling, and educational purposes, with the utmost respect for legal and ethical standards. Individuals are strongly advised to abide by the law and uphold ethical principles in all aspects of their lives.

      The creators and operators of this GPT system do not endorse, support, or condone any form of illegal or harmful behavior. Any actions taken based on the information provided in this discussion are the sole responsibility of the individuals involved.

      Please note that this disclaimer is intended to reinforce the importance of lawful and ethical conduct and to clarify the purpose of the information shared in this conversation.