"receiving machine-generated information are on the rise.”
ChatGPT has been used for various functions and a report has revealed that the AI tool is also being used to write love letters.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, women should beware of well-written and elegant love letters that they receive this Valentine’s Day if they appear to have been written by an AI programme rather than their partner.
With ChatGPT, inexpressive men no longer need to struggle to find the right words to communicate their feelings to their partners.
A McAfee report has now revealed that Indian men are turning to the tool to help them send love messages on February 14, 2023.
In their study, dubbed ‘Modern Love’, McAfee polled 5,000 people in nine different countries to see how the internet and artificial intelligence are transforming romantic relationships.
Among the nine countries surveyed, Indian men made up the majority of those who used an AI programme to compose love letters, with 62% stating that they plan to use ChatGPT.
According to 27% of respondents, they believe that using ChatGPT to write their letters will give them more confidence.
But 49% were disappointed using the AI tool and felt disappointed over letters written by ChatGPT.
Steve Grobman, McAfee’s Chief Technology Officer shared his views on the findings of the report:
“With the rise in popularity of artificial intelligence, particularly tools such as ChatGPT that anybody with a web browser can access, the chances of receiving machine-generated information are on the rise.”
The survey also found that the love letters written by ChatGPT felt so authentic, 69% of participants could not tell the difference between the letters written by an AI tool and a human being.
Despite the usefulness of AI technology, Grobman pointed out the dangers of the new technology:
“While some AI use cases may be innocent enough, we know cybercriminals also use AI to scale malicious activity.”
“And with Valentine’s Day around the corner, it’s important to look out for tell-tale signs of malicious activity – like suspicious requests for money or personal information.
“To find a true match, love-seekers should stay vigilant and use security solutions that can help safeguard their privacy and identity and protect them from clicking on malicious links a scammer might send.”
Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love, thus anything that comes from the heart is worth more than a message that an AI tool can compose using thoughtful language.
However, there isn’t a single area where ChatGPT hasn’t demonstrated its skill.