AI Wrote A Fox News Host’s On-Air Script

( Fox News host Steve Hilton gave an AI-generated monologue during his show “The Next Revolution” on Sunday night.

The monologue was composed via ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence-driven program that responds to user prompts.

ChatGPT has been dominating social media in recent days, as users employ the AI-driven program to compose anything from rap lyrics to philosophical treatises to Shakespearean-style poetry.

After it was made publicly available for testing in late November, ChatGPT set off an internet firestorm drawing over a million users in its first week and reigniting interest in artificial intelligence.

ChatGPT was created by the artificial intelligence firm OpenAI. It is a chatbox or a computer program that “converses” with humans using an algorithm that selects words based on lessons learned by scanning billions of pieces of text on the internet.

According to OpenAI, ChatGPT can speak back and forth to human users on a wide range of topics using artificial intelligence. It deploys a machine-learning algorithm with which chatbox scans text on the internet to develop a statistical model allowing it to put words together in response to a given prompt.

And while social media users are having fun playing with ChatGPT, there has been some criticism over what some say is the “bias” in some of its responses.

Others note that ChatGPT is unwilling to respond to some requests for supposed hateful or inflammatory content, raising fears of possible censorship.

Prominent venture capitalist Marc Andreesen warned that the pressure to censor and the resulting backlash “will define the next century of civilization.” He said searches and social media were merely the “opening skirmishes.” AI, on the other hand, “is the big one.”