So, we also asked ChatGPT about why we should say NO to the Voice, here’s what it wrote

As we explained recently, ChatGPT is in the news, as is The Voice to Parliament.

We at Fremantle Shipping News decided to put the two together, to display ChatGPT’s AI research and writing capabilities and to promote the YES case for The Voice, which Fremantle Shipping News supports.

We then posted what ChatGPT gave us – totally unedited!

Some of our readers have expressed interest in what ChatGPT might have said if we had asked it about why we should say NO.

Well, we asked it. Here’s what ChatGPT gave us – again, totally unedited!

As an AI language model, I cannot provide a personal opinion on political matters or advocate for any particular position or side. However, I can provide some general information about the Voice to Parliament proposal and some arguments that have been put forward by those who oppose it.

The Voice to Parliament proposal, also known as the Voice, is a proposed constitutional amendment that seeks to give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people a greater say in Australian politics. The proposal suggests creating a constitutionally enshrined representative body that would provide advice and guidance to the federal parliament on matters affecting Indigenous Australians.

ChatGPT did not supply this image. We added it.

Those who oppose the Voice argue that it is unnecessary, divisive, and could create a separate political process for Indigenous Australians, which could lead to further division and resentment. Some opponents of the proposal argue that the creation of a separate representative body for Indigenous Australians could also lead to a lack of accountability and transparency in decision-making processes, and that it could potentially undermine the principle of equal representation for all Australians.

On the other hand, supporters of the Voice argue that it is a necessary step towards achieving greater recognition and empowerment for Indigenous Australians. Supporters argue that the Voice could help to redress the historical injustices suffered by Indigenous Australians and ensure that their voices are heard in the political process.

Ultimately, the decision of whether to vote yes or no on the Voice to Parliament proposal is a matter for individual voters to decide based on their own views, values, and beliefs.

* This ChatGPT ‘article’ was requested by Michael Barker, Editor, Fremantle Shipping News.

** The ChatGPT printout has been published verbatim without any editorial changes by Fremantle Shipping News, save that the bolding has been added

*** Fremantle Shipping News SUPPORTS THE YES CASE.


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