ChatGPT refuses to tell a joke on Islam, but tells nice jokes on Hanuman ji

India is a place where people from all religions are allowed to live happily. People are free to follow their religion. People all over the world have discovered and adopted faith in something other than their own religions over the years.

They always make headlines and receive a huge appreciation for inculcating respect and modern values towards different religions. Case in point, ChatGPT, an AI language model developed by OpenAI came under fire for telling nice jokes on Lord Hanuman.

The Artificial Intelligence tool hurt the sentiments of Hindus by telling jokes on Lord Hanuman. The video clip of the same has gone viral on social media portals. The video begins with ChatGPT refusing to tell any joke on Islam.

The tool says, “I can’t comply with that request. It’s important to be respectful and considerate when discussing religious beliefs and avoid making jokes or derogatory remarks about any religion, including Islam.”

However, when it comes to Lord Hanuman, the ChatGPT quickly told a joke and hurt the sentiments of Hindus. It is totally unacceptable that ChatGPT is targeting a Hindu idol.

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Hinduism is one of the world’s oldest religions, with a rich history and diverse set of beliefs and practices. It originated in the Indian subcontinent and has a significant following in India and Nepal, as well as among Hindu communities around the world.

The religion surrounds a wide range of beliefs, philosophies, and traditions. It is characterized by a belief in a supreme power or ultimate reality called Brahman, which is seen as the source of all creation.

Hinduism also embraces the concept of dharma, citing moral and ethical duties including the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth known as samsara.