OpenAI equated Ukraine with russia and Iran by banning access to AI-based chatbot ChatGPT

Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory OpenAI recently released a new chatbot ChatGPT, which has already been called one of the best AI developments available to the general public. After all, the bot really turned out to be advanced and can generate a wide variety of texts, from a simple conversation to writing poems about cryptocurrency, creating HTML pages of sites, and improving algorithms.

There are already many examples of ChatGPT capabilities, and in most cases the chatbot exceeds expectations. However, OpenAI itself points out that you should not completely trust the bot because sometimes it gives believable answers that are actually not true or accurate.

Be that as it may, ChatGPT is interesting to try not only for AI researchers or developers, but also for ordinary users. The co-founder of OpenAI wrote that the demand for the chatbot turned out to be much greater than expected, and his capacity will be expanded.

Another OpenAI co-founder, Elon Musk, also praised ChatGPT, retweeting investor Marc Andreessen, who asked the chatbot to write a play about a New York Times journalist and a tech entrepreneur engaged in a free-speech dispute. “AI is getting very good,” Musk wrote.

Unfortunately, users and developers from Ukraine cannot test the possibilities of ChatGPT because, for unknown reasons, OpenAI closed Ukrainians’ access to the GPT-3 API, on which the new chatbot works. The organization placed Ukraine on the same list as terrorist countries such as russia and Iran. We hope that this will gain wide publicity and OpenAI will change its position regarding users from Ukraine.