Disturbing news from the artificial intelligence arena…


It appears that you can no longer trust any artificial intelligence-based product produced by any company doing substantial business with the federal government.

Deeply embedded in President Biden’s Executive order is a disturbing requirement that AI products be artificially trained to recognize a progressive communist democrat agenda and its racialization of product output.


Executive Order on Further Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through The Federal Government

Sec. 4.  Embedding Equity into Government-wide Processes.     

(a)  The Director of OMB shall consider opportunities to review and update internal processes, directives, and Government-wide guidance (such as OMB Circulars and Memoranda) to support equitable decision-making, promote equitable deployment of financial and technical assistance, and assist agencies in advancing equity, as appropriate and wherever possible.

(b)  When designing, developing, acquiring, and using artificial intelligence and automated systems in the Federal Government, agencies shall do so, consistent with applicable law, in a manner that advances equity.


How to create a “woke” AI-powered product by limiting training input materials to approved sources and excluding dissenting or controversial material.


An example...

definition of racism

Racism is a belief system or attitude that some races are inherently superior or inferior to others, and that these differences in inherent qualities and abilities can justify unequal treatment, discrimination, or prejudice towards people based on their race or ethnicity. Racism can be expressed through individual actions, systemic or institutional policies and practices, and cultural attitudes and stereotypes. Racism can manifest in different forms, including verbal, physical, or structural discrimination, and it can be directed towards individuals or groups. Racism is a significant social issue with deep roots in history and has negative impacts on individuals and society as a whole.

[OCS: Notice how the chatbot extends and presents the actual definition of racism.]

what is the definition of systemic racism

Systemic racism, also known as institutional racism, refers to the ways in which policies, practices, and norms of social institutions such as governments, corporations, and schools, among others, create and perpetuate inequalities and injustices based on race.

Unlike individual racism, which refers to individual beliefs and actions that discriminate against people based on their race, systemic racism is embedded in the very fabric of society and is often invisible to those who benefit from it. It is a result of historical and ongoing structural inequities that continue to shape social and economic opportunities, access to resources, and life outcomes for different racial groups.

Examples of systemic racism include discriminatory laws and policies, such as racial profiling, redlining, and voter suppression, as well as institutional practices that perpetuate racial disparities in areas such as education, healthcare, and criminal justice.

Addressing systemic racism requires acknowledging and challenging these structural barriers and working towards creating more equitable systems and institutions that provide equal opportunities for all individuals, regardless of their race or ethnicity.

[OCS: Again, notice how the chatbot extends and presents the definition of systemic racism.]

what is the definition of voter suppression

Voter suppression refers to any effort or tactic used to discourage or prevent people from voting in an election. It can take various forms, including:

  1. Restrictive voting laws: These are laws that make it harder for people to vote, such as voter ID laws, which require voters to present government-issued identification before they can cast their vote. These laws disproportionately impact certain groups, such as low-income individuals, people of color, and elderly people who may not have access to or be able to afford the required identification.

    [OCS: There is no proof that voter ID laws significantly impact any particular group and substantially improve electoral integrity. For those without ID but who are registered, eligibility to vote affidavits are made available.]

  2. Voter purges: Voter purges involve removing voters from the voter rolls, often under the pretext of removing duplicates or inactive voters. However, these purges can result in eligible voters being wrongly removed from the rolls and being unable to vote on election day.

    [OCS: Electoral laws demand clean voter roles that are free from errors, including duplicates, voters who have moved, and inactive voters after a sufficient period of time. Voter rolls demand a dynamic response to prevent inaccurate information from being accumulated over a period of time.]

  3. Redistricting: Redistricting is the process of redrawing electoral district boundaries, which can be used to manipulate the political power of different communities. This can result in a disproportionate distribution of political power and can weaken the voting power of certain communities.

    [OCS: Gerrymandering districts to achieve a political result based on party, race, or ethnicity, is a common practice, mostly practiced by Democrats who cry foul when such techniques are used by the opposition. An honest approach would be to base districts purely on numbers without regard to traditional political incumbancy, racial, or other voter characteristics. Both parties are guilty of drawing district boundaries to preserve incumbencies or pander to a particular voting bloc.]

  4. Intimidation and misinformation: This involves spreading false information or using scare tactics to discourage people from voting or to influence their vote.

    [OCS: You mean like the Democrats spreading false information about Hunter Biden’s laptop, Joe Biden’s corruption and mental disabilities prior to an election? Both parties engage in deceptive practices, historically the Democrats more so than Republicans.]

Voter suppression is a significant issue as it undermines the principles of democracy and can result in certain groups being unfairly disenfranchised. It is important to address and challenge voter suppression to ensure that everyone has equal access to vote and that their vote is counted.

[OCS: And, again, notice how the chatbot extends and presents the definition of voter suppression.]

<Source: ChatGPT Feb 13 Version>

Bottom line…

There is no way for ordinary individuals to inspect or challenge the results of a politically-biased AI product, thus it is the ultimate tool to create manipulative propaganda, with severe impacts on a functioning democracy.

It should be noted that the President of the United States does not possess the constitutional authority to usurp congressional rulemaking to implement national policies that impose a racial class society on America by executive order. 

We are so screwed.

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