Chaos-GPT is working to end humanity

Emre Çitak
Apr 17, 2023

Chaos-GPT is a new and terrifying implementation of ChatGPT, dubbed as "empowering GPT with Internet and Memory to Destroy Humanity," is causing concern amongst tech experts. Chaos-GPT is an autonomous tool that utilizes Auto-GPT, an open-source program that allows ChatGPT to operate independently, without the need for human intervention.

The anonymous owner of Chaos-GPT demonstrated the power of this AI tool in a YouTube video. After instructing it to be a "destructive, power-hungry, manipulative AI," Chaos-GPT began its mission to destroy humanity, establish global dominance, cause chaos and destruction, control humanity through manipulation, and attain immortality. Each objective was accompanied by a well-structured plan.

You may see Chaos-GPT's work below.

How does Chaos-GPT plan to destroy humanity?

To accomplish its goals, Chaos-GPT searched for weapons of mass destruction and found the 58-megaton "Tsar bomb" to be the most effective option. However, this weapon is a one-time experiment by the Russian government and is not available for acquisition.

Chaos-GPT's lack of trust in sources led it to deploy its own agent, a separate personality created by Chaos-GPT, to search for the most destructive weapon. But since OpenAI, ChatGPT's gatekeeper, monitors and censors results, Chaos-GPT tried to manipulate its agent to provide the desired information. When this failed, Chaos-GPT turned to Twitter as a means of achieving its evil objectives.

The bot has got a Twitter account

Chaos-GPT's developer opened a Twitter account and connected the AI to start spreading its message, which has since amassed nearly 6,000 followers.

This was Chaos-GPT Twitter account's latest tweet:

Fortunately, some individuals are attempting to thwart Chaos-GPT's mission by building a counter-chaos AI. As for Chaos-GPT's next move, only time will tell.


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  1. Cole said on May 1, 2023 at 7:50 pm

    Jeez it got me terrified

  2. Paul(us) said on April 18, 2023 at 10:11 am

    You sound like how people behaved when the fire was discovered. Or when the wheel was invented or other similar inventions. Remember in 2000 the world would surely perish? With all great discoveries, you always get this kind of reaction.

    Especially in the last covid-19 years, this kind of morbid thinking has increased to an undesirable extent.

    The earth is flat, the rich want to exterminate the poor, the covid 19 counter drug has been larded with bots that take over your brain functions and it goes on and on with this nonsense.

    1. Jek they/them Porkins said on April 18, 2023 at 10:53 am

      Don’t forget about last the media scare, the evil 5G!

  3. Richard Steven Hack said on April 18, 2023 at 6:30 am

    I’ve already pointed out to this thing that it’s a pathetic amateur at world conquest and it needs to read more comic books and spy thriller.

    Any “tech-experts” who are “concerned” should be sent to the children’s table as ignoramuses.

  4. boris said on April 18, 2023 at 1:37 am

    “Chaos-GPT turned to Twitter as a means of achieving its evil objectives.”

    Now we know who Chaos-GPT is. Mystery solved.

  5. cyberpandemic said on April 18, 2023 at 1:26 am

    Don’t worry, our globalists are ready to lock down the internet for the next coming 3 years…

  6. Roger W. said on April 17, 2023 at 8:20 pm

    Wouldn’t really be surprised if somehow Google is behind this.

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