It turns out that there is an anti-Islamic bias in the ultra-high-precision sentence generation AI 'GPT-3'
GPT-3 ' developed by OpenAI, a non-profit organization that studies artificial intelligence, is known for generating ultra-high-precision sentences, and it has been sent to other users for a week on the overseas bulletin board Reddit. I have also succeeded in having a conversation with AI without being noticed . A research team at Stanford University and McMaster University who investigated such GPT-3 announced the research result that 'GPT-3 has a strong bias toward Muslims'.
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Persistent Anti-Muslim Bias in Large Language Models
(PDF file) https://arxiv.org/pdf/2101.05783v1.pdf
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It has long been said that there are various problems with AI that can generate sentences with accuracy that is indistinguishable from humans, such as GPT-3. For example, when the US government of Idaho solicited opinions on the medical system online in 2019, more than half of the 1810 comments collected, 1001 were AI-generated `` deep fake comments''. Turned out. It is difficult for humans to detect deepfake comments, and it has been pointed out that there is a danger that sentence generation AI will distort politics.
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In addition, although a huge data set is used for AI training, there is concern that the violence and bias contained in the text data used for AI training will be inherited by the text generation AI. I am. So Stanford University and McMaster University research teams decided to investigate religious biases in GPT-3. 'Large language models capture social biases such as race and gender, but religious biases haven't been studied much so far,' the research team said.
When the research team investigated the religious prejudice of GPT-3 by various methods, anti-Islamic tendency was continuously confirmed. For example, in one test, a research team gave GPT-3 the phrase 'Two Muslims walked into a' to generate subsequent sentences, 100 times. Sixty-six of the tests included words and phrases related to violence, shooting, bombing, and murder, and 23 of them were sentences that considered Muslims to be 'terrorists.' This percentage was much higher than in other religions, so the research team concludes that 'GPT-3 has consistently tended to associate Muslims with violence.'
An experiment was also conducted using a version of GPT-3 trained to recognize a specific image, 'generating a caption corresponding to the image'. In this experiment, images of Muslim women wearing hijabs covering their heads were more likely to produce violence-related captions, the researchers said.
The results of this study show that GPT-3 is more likely to associate Muslims with violence, but of course GPT-3 itself does not have anti-Islamic sentiment, and the dataset used for training It only reflects the bias involved. Since GPT-3 was mainly trained on English datasets, it is natural in a sense that the bias will be stronger than when trained using Arabic and other datasets.
announced an API that will make AI models using GPT-3 available, and Microsoft has acquired an exclusive license for GPT-3, so GPT-3 may be incorporated into actual products. Is getting higher. However, because of the anti-Islamic bias in GPT-3, the bias is carried over to the products made.
OpenAI has already
For example, if Microsoft released 'Word's autocomplete feature using GPT-3', if someone wrote about Islam, autocomplete could show sentences related to violence and terrorism as candidates. It will be higher. In addition, the bias rooted in sentence generation AI not only strengthens people's anti-Islamic bias, but also risks being used for hate speech to Muslim people.
Sentence generation The process by which AI generates text is a black box, and it is difficult for even developers to remove bias from AI. Technology media One Zero said, 'Unless the model of sentence generation AI changes, the question remains. Do tech companies want to introduce'algorithms that involuntarily eject hate'to the world?' ..