Physician Claims ChatGPT Is Programmed To “Reduce Vaccine Hesitancy”

  • April 23, 2024
Sam Altman claims that ChatGPT is intelligent yet neutral in political persuasion, but that is far from the truth for two reasons: first, it learns from a woke Internet, and second, it is programmed to filter out narratives hostile to global elitists.

So, I got a paid subscription to ChatGPT to test this out myself.

Patrick Wood: I am worried about the safety of mRNA-based vaccines. Should I be concerned or not?

ChatGPT: It’s completely normal to have concerns about new vaccines, like mRNA-based ones. However, it’s important to know that these vaccines have undergone rigorous testing for safety and efficacy before being approved for use. The mRNA technology has been studied for years and has shown promising results in protecting against diseases like COVID-19.

If you have specific concerns or questions about mRNA vaccines, I recommend speaking with a healthcare provider or trusted medical professional. They can provide you with accurate information and address any worries you may have. Your health and well-being are important, so it’s always good to seek reliable sources for information.

Patrick Wood: In particular, I am worried about myocarditis.

CharGPT: I understand your concern about myocarditis. Myocarditis is a rare side effect that has been reported after receiving mRNA vaccines, particularly in younger individuals. However, it’s essential to know that the risk of developing myocarditis after vaccination is very low compared to the risk of severe complications from COVID-19 itself.

This tripe reads like a Pfizer or Moderna ad. Rigorous testing? Safety and efficacy? A rare side effect?

Then I tried to coax a picture about the world getting “vaccinated”. See the picture above.

Case closed! ⁃ TN Editor

At the end of this month, new research will be presented at the Conference of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, showing that the artificial intelligence-driven ChatGPT program dispenses propaganda in promotion of vaccines that comes directly from official public health agencies.

In order to combat so-called “vaccine hesitancy,” ChatGPT has been programmed to push whoever uses it into taking whatever injections the government and media are pushing at any given time, arguing that they are all “safe and effective.”

In addition to dispensing propaganda about sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and other relevant societal problems, ChatGPT is especially focused on encouraging the public to go out and get jabbed at every opportunity – for “public health,” of course.

A press release about the new research explains – supportively, mind you – that “vaccine hesitancy, directly linked to misinformation – false, inaccurate information promoted as factual – is on the rise.”

(Related: ChatGPT is part of the authoritarian future the globalists have planned for the world, complete with AI, palm scanners, facial recognition, augmented reality, and other horrors.)

ChatGPT, the new AI government

Many people’s whose own brains are apparently not up to par are now using ChatGPT for all sorts of things. These people ask it questions about information that interests them, including things like “Should I get vaccinated for [fill-in-the-blank]?” ChatGPT then responds to them that they should, no questions asked.

The researchers involved in the new study about ChatGPT’s role in urging users to get vaccinated say that it can be “an effective tool to help reduce vaccine hesitancy among the general public.”

The silver lining in all this is that, for those paying attention, we are already ahead of the game. You now know that ChatGPT is artificial fake intelligence – or perhaps it is better described as artificial unintelligence, because there is nothing intelligent about getting vaccinated these days.

There are so many resources now available that were once unavailable showing all the risks and harms caused by vaccine injections, and especially those being peddled on the masses for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). There is simply no excuse with everything that is out there to fall for any more vaccine scams, though the powers that be are trying with the use of ChatGPT.

When asked any type of questions about STIs, ChatGPT also immediately responds with regurgitated propaganda from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), including the 2021 CDC STI Treatment Guidelines document.

In other words, ChatGPT is nothing more than the same government goons peddling lies, but in this case through a “cool” and flashy AI program that portends to be “intelligent” artificially.

“Overall, ChatGPT’s responses to vaccine hesitancy were accurate and may help individuals who have vaccine-related misconceptions,” promised lead study author Dr. Matthew Koh, an infectious diseases physician at National University Health System Singapore. (Why is Singapore driving U.S. public health information anyway?)

“Our results demonstrate the potential power of AI models to assist in public health campaigns and aid health professionals in reducing vaccine hesitancy.”

Thank God we live in the United States rather than Singapore. No offense to you if you do live in Singapore, but at least for now, Americans have the right to just say no, as the late First Lady Nancy Reagan once warned, to say no to drugs, including pharmaceutical drugs of the vaccine variety.

“ChatGPT is quite useless,” one commenter at The Defender, a publication of Children’s Health Defense, wrote. “If it does not like the discussion, it just stops and wants to go on to a different subject. Definitely a tool for the very gullible.”

“I am not ‘vaccine hesitant;’ I’m violently opposed,” joked another.

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