ChatGPT is so hot right now…
OpenAI’s new Chat 3.0 is incredible. I’ve used it for the last 3 or 4 days and am officially scared and excited about the future applications. Would I pay the same rates as the company charges for some of its other products? No. Do I think it’s the only company that can do this well? No. Are they the first to bring it to mass markets? Yes. That counts for something.
Being the free market capitalist that I am, I wanted to get a laugh tonight before bed. I asked the Chat bot to re-write the Bill of Rights from the perspective of Karl Marx and here’s what it came up with.
I will be posting more this month before the new year… everything that follows is from ChatGPT. Enjoy!
Karl Marx’s perspective on the United States Bill of Rights would likely be critical, as he was a proponent of communism and believed in the abolition of private property and the establishment of a classless society. From his perspective, the Bill of Rights may be seen as protecting the interests of the bourgeoisie, or the wealthy class, and allowing them to maintain their power and privilege.
Here is one possible rewriting of the United States Bill of Rights from a Marxist perspective:
Article 1: All persons have the right to the means of production, and the state shall not grant exclusive ownership of these means to any individual or group.
Article 2: The state shall ensure that all citizens have access to education, healthcare, and other essential services.
Article 3: The state shall guarantee the rights of workers to organize and bargain collectively for fair wages and working conditions.
Article 4: The state shall provide for the general welfare and protect the rights of the people to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Article 5: The state shall not infringe upon the rights of the people to freedom of speech, religion, and the press.
Article 6: The state shall not establish any religion, nor shall it prevent the free exercise thereof.
Article 7: The state shall guarantee the right to a fair and speedy trial by an impartial jury.
Article 8: Excessive bail and fines shall not be imposed, nor shall cruel and unusual punishment be inflicted.
Article 9: The enumeration of certain rights in this Constitution shall not be construed to deny or disparage other rights retained by the people.
Article 10: The powers not delegated to the United States by this Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.