Sheriff Rochelle Bilal’s Campaign Removes Over 30 AI-Generated Stories
In a surprising turn of events, Sheriff Rochelle Bilal’s campaign has removed more than 30 stories that were created by a consultant using an artificially intelligent chatbot.
The move came after a Philadelphia Inquirer story reported that local news outlets were unable to find the stories in their archives.
According to the campaign, the stories were based on real events, but it is now clear that the artificial intelligence service generated fake news articles to support the initiatives that were part of the AI prompt.
The list of news stories, dubbed her “Record of Accomplishments”, included a disclaimer stating that the information “makes no representations or warranties of any kind” about the accuracy of the information.
Several news stories were attributed to reputable outlets such as the Inquirer, WHYY, WCAU, and KYW, none of which are found in their archives.
This misinformation has raised concerns about its potential impact on voter confusion and eroding trust in democratic institutions.
Mr. Mandel, a fired employee-turned-whistleblower, has filed one of several whistleblower suits lodged against the office and expressed grave concerns about the situation.
- Sheriff Rochelle Bilal’s campaign removed more than 30 stories created by an artificially intelligent chatbot.
- The stories were based on real events, but an artificial intelligence service generated fake news articles to support the initiatives.
- Reputable news outlets could not find the stories in their archives, raising concerns about misinformation and eroding trust in democratic institutions.
In Summary: Sheriff Rochelle Bilal’s campaign removed over 30 AI-generated stories after a Philadelphia Inquirer report revealed that local news outlets were unable to find the stories in their archives. The campaign attributed the stories to an artificially intelligent chatbot but later admitted that they were fake news articles created to support their initiatives.
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