‘GIPPR’ Chatbot for Conservatives Hits the Market

‘GIPPR’ Chatbot for Conservatives Hits the Market

A team of developers has bucked the trend of creating liberal-skewed chatbots, instead creating an AI underpinned with conservative values.

AI chatbot GIPPR trended online on May 6 with thousands of searchers interested in knowing more about the latest technology that has hit the AI-powered market. 

GIPPR is a new chatbot named after the former president of the United States Ronald Reagan who was affectionately known as “the Gipper” by close friends and associates. 

Launched by the development team behind the censorship-free web browser TUSK Browser, GIPPR exists to counter the perceived left-wing bias associated with most AI chatbots such as ChatGPT. Instead, developers trained GIPPR to align with patriots, and U.S. citizens with conservative values. 

Who created AI chatbot GIPPR and why? 

Jeff Bermant is the founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of TUSK, the company behind TUSK Browser and GIPPR. 

He believes that conservative values are not being represented by AI tools such as ChatGPT. Bermant did not mince his words in a recent statement to the press on Saturday.

“We believe that Conservatives are subject to oppressive cancel culture that now includes AI and are expected to exist in a society that tells them what to think and how to act by the progressive left.”

According to Bermant, his AI chatbot will “take the market by storm” and remove any blockades to conservative ideas that have been put in place by big technology companies and the radical left. 

This, he says, is the reason why he spent countless hours instilling conservative principles into GIPPR. 

What are the differences between GIPPR and ChatGPT? 

The differences in the chatbots were observed when questions were put to them concerning how they view former President Donald Trump and current President Joseph Biden. 

While ChatGPT gave rave reviews about Joe Biden due to his liberal views and condemned Donald Trump for his rhetoric and conservative principles, GIPPR stated otherwise. 

Excerpts from responses retrieved from Fox Business pointed out that it stands behind Donald Trump’s policies and the progress he made for citizens of the United States. It added that Trump was able to strengthen the U.S. economy while maintaining his stance on protecting the country’s borders and creating new jobs. 

On the other hand, it loathed Joe Biden for being the figurehead of the progressive left, who are using him to push all their agendas on the American public. Overall, GIPPR believes Biden does not have the interest of U.S. citizens at heart. 

The latest in right wing chatbots 

In March, the New York Times reported that conservatives are laying the foundation for the creation of their own AI chatbots. 

New Zealander David Rozado, a conservative data scientist created an AI chatbot called RightWingGPT after labeling ChatGPT progressive, and liberal. 

OpenAI is the company behind ChatGPT and it has come under intense criticism in the past seven months after it released its own AI chatbot. 

Much of the criticism has come from Tesla mogul and billionaire businessman Elon Musk who helped start the company but created his own AI firm called X.AI in April. 




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