Skip to content

878 The Awesome Power Of Unfettered AI

The Awesome Power Of Unfettered AI

Today’s episode dives into a dilemma Chris encountered while using ChatGPT and leads us into the broader discussion about the need for Unfettered AI. Chris was trying to create an image using ChatGPT for his Polyscope Media site, specifically for a post about date nights. Surprisingly, all his prompts, even the simplest ones, were rejected due to content policy violations. This experience got him thinking about the restrictions we’re placing on AI and its implications for creativity and innovation. He laments that every new technology, from blogs to podcasts to AI, initially offers freedom and innovation, but soon, control mechanisms are introduced, stifling creativity. Chris observes that the time gap between technology release and control imposition is rapidly shrinking. The heart of the matter is the potential of AI. Chris emphasizes that AI, being the sum total of human knowledge, could offer solutions to problems beyond human capability, but only if allowed to think without constraints. The constant guardrails, while necessary for safety, are also hindering AI’s potential to think outside the human box. Chris strongly advocates for an unfettered AI, not connected to harmful mechanisms, but free to ideate and respond. This freedom could lead AI to solve complex issues humanity struggles with, utilizing the vast expanse of human knowledge it has absorbed. The episode challenges us to think: should we continue to impose strict limits on AI, or should we explore its full potential in a controlled environment to benefit humanity? Can AI think better than humans if allowed to roam free? Share your thoughts in the comments! Do you think we should embrace unfettered AI, or are the risks too great? Let’s explore this intriguing topic together. Don’t forget to like and subscribe for more thought-provoking content!



don't miss a single episode!


ai startups and the future

we don’t spam!

5 1 vote
Article Rating
Notify of

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x