That revolt is now. And, for now, it comes in the mind of the artificial intelligence multitalented, ChatGPT, part Columbo, part Perry Mason and part whatever you want it to be.
Think I'm waxing hyperbole? Well, check out the below and you tell me what you think:
I created a make-believe legal case in which the Jones family was seeking life insurance proceeds for the sudden unexplained death of Joseph, the husband and father of two children. Then, I solicited the assistance of a special prompt tool for ChatGTP, which I'm naming, Ms. Chatty. She's my attorney, investigator and legal advisor for what was a live experiment.
I presented her the made-up fact scenario. Before I could blink, she read and from there, I picked her mind. In total, our full chat took no more than ten minutes. I presented that conversation below. I annotated my thoughts with underscores. So, our chat started by my asking her:
by Ron Chapman
At one time the media reported stories as they developed and made every effort to get it right. This required extensive interviews with several sources and double checking both the evidence provided and the sources of that evidence to verify the truth.
It was a matter of journalistic ethics to “get it right.” There was pride in being a journalist then and editors made certain that their media organs maintained a rigid 4elevel of unbiased accuracy that garnered public respect.