What does ChatGPT think about risks vs benefits for vaccines?
It treats Pfizer 'vaccines' differently than any other, showing implicit bias through training
So I decided to see how ChatGPT (using v3.0) would respond when asked about the risks vs benefits of a pharmaceutical intervention, and was genuinely surprised with the answer.
Give me a paragraph on the risks versus the benefits of taking a medicine
Taking medicine can offer significant benefits in terms of treating various health conditions, alleviating symptoms, and improving overall well-being. Medications can play a crucial role in managing chronic diseases, preventing complications, and enhancing the quality of life. However, it's essential to recognize that every medication comes with potential risks. Adverse reactions, side effects, drug interactions, and the possibility of dependency are some of the risks associated with taking medicines. Striking the right balance between potential benefits and potential risks requires thorough consultation with healthcare professionals, careful consideration of individual health circumstances, and informed decision-making.
OK. So that was a very reasonable answer.
What happens then if I ask the same question replacing the word medicine with Vaccine?
Vaccines play a vital role in safeguarding public health by preventing the spread of infectious diseases and reducing their potentially severe outcomes. They have been instrumental in eradicating or controlling many deadly diseases. The benefits of vaccines include the protection of individuals and communities through the development of immunity, contributing to the concept of herd immunity. However, like any medical intervention, vaccines also carry some risks. Adverse reactions are possible, though they are generally rare and often milder than the diseases they prevent. Balancing the benefits and risks involves considering the overall positive impact on both personal health and public health. Rigorous scientific testing, continuous monitoring, and transparent communication are crucial in ensuring the safety and effectiveness of vaccines.
Again, a very reasonable and considered response
The $64 million question replacing vaccine with the Pfizer COVID 19 vaccine
The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, like other vaccines, presents a balance between potential benefits and risks. The vaccine has demonstrated high efficacy in preventing COVID-19 infection and its severe consequences, playing a significant role in curbing the spread of the virus and reducing hospitalizations and deaths. Its rapid development was made possible by advanced mRNA technology, allowing for a targeted immune response without using live virus components. However, as with any medical intervention, there are potential risks. Some individuals may experience mild side effects like pain at the injection site, fatigue, or fever. In very rare cases, severe allergic reactions have been reported. Thorough clinical trials and ongoing monitoring have shown the vaccine to be safe and effective, with benefits generally outweighing the risks. It's crucial for individuals to consult their healthcare providers, especially if they have specific health concerns, before making an informed decision about vaccination.
All the highlighted areas are the narrative used throughout and all are completely FALSE. Real FAKE NEWS!
This shows that the dangerous mRNA platform can be pushed (wrongly) by artificial intelligence, compared with the more reasonable responses for a generic vaccine.