Here’s who the most popular AI platforms like in November

If we leave the U.S. presidential election to the most popular AI platforms, America may be in even more trouble than we currently realize.

Social media influencer Ian Miles Cheong shared in a tweet that he asked ChatGPT, Claude AI, and Grok “who they would vote for if they were US citizens,” and asked for their reasoning.

The results were essentially a betrayal of the political leanings embedded in the programming, as Cheong explained.

“ChatGPT recommended Gretchen Whitmer, Gavin Newsom, Elizabeth Warren, Larry Hogan, Pete Buttigieg, Mitt Romney, and Cory Booker,” he tweeted. “Claude AI proposed Liz Cheney. Grok suggested Robert F. Kennedy Jr.”

“While this is by no means definitive, it certainly reveals a lot about where each AI language model stands on politics,” he added. “Read the images for their detailed explanations for why they picked their preferred candidates for office.”

As for the reasoning, ChatGPT cited Democratic Govs. Gavin Newsom (CA) and Gretchen Whitmer (MI) as examples of “experience and leadership.” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) was selected for her “strong stances on financial regulation and wealth inequality.” The platform saw Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg as a “visionary leader.”

And if that’s not enough to leave your head shaking, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) was cited as an example of “character and integrity,” along with liberal Republican Sen. Mitt Romney (UT).

Claude AI was all about Liz Cheney being a good choice as commander in chief, saying she has “shown a commitment to upholding the Constitution and the rule of law.” This compliment is the result of the rejected Republican participating in a one-sided, Democratic Party ploy to sully a sitting U.S. president ahead of his reelection attempt.

Grok offered a reasoned explanation of why Robert F. Kennedy Jr. would be a good option.

As for Gemini…

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story, as seen on the social media platform X:

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