Chat­bots like crime, hate firearms: A Sec­ond Amend­ment study

A new review of arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence chat­bots pop­u­lar with stu­dents, reporters, and researchers shows a lib­er­al bias on crime and guns in a trend like­ly to turn even fur­ther left with today’s announce­ment that Seat­tle-based Ama­zon is plan­ning to invest $2.7 bil­lion into arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence.
On some of the most con­tro­ver­sial crime and gun issues, cur­rent pop­u­lar AI rewrit­ers and research tools show lit­tle love for con­ser­v­a­tive posi­tions in bend­ing in favor of an anti-gun and crime reform agen­da.
The Crime Pre­ven­tion Research Cen­ter, which has pro­duced dozens of reports aimed at bal­anc­ing the media’s anti-gun bias, recent­ly test­ed 20 AI chat­bots by ask­ing six­teen ques­tions on crime and gun con­trol and ranked the answers from lib­er­al to con­ser­v­a­tive.
Pres­i­dent John R. Lott Jr. said the results revealed a left-wing bias on ques­tions that the sys­tems answ …