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Gordon Ryan claims AI technology is "heading into hell" after chatbot refuses to criticize controversial former NIAID director

Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion Gordon Ryan
Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion Gordon Ryan

Gordon Ryan's attempt to use the online artificial intelligence (AI) sensation ChatGPT to create an argument that criticized Anthony Fauci has ended in failure. The AI technology refused based on a lack of context and labeled Fauci an expert in the field of vaccines.

Ryan appeared horrified by the software's disclaimer that any criticism aimed at Fauci should be treated with caution, and the Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion wrote on Instagram:

"Wonder where AI is heading? Looks like into hell."

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Controversy surrounding the COVID-19 vaccinations โ€“ which Fauci was fundamentally involved in โ€“ has risen sharply over recent months. The hashtag #DiedSuddenly is almost constantly trending on Twitter, as theories surrounding the side-effects of the vaccine continue to grow.

Several days ago, attorney Dr. Reiner Fuellmich stated that the Institute for International Criminal Investigations has asked the public to request the indictment of Fauci alongside Bill Gates and several others who were involved in vaccine development.

"BREAKING NEWS: International Criminal Investigation calls on every public citizen to recommend indictments for Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, Pfizer, BlackRock, Tedros and Christian Drosten for pushing the dangerous lethal experimental vaccines."

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BREAKING NEWS: International Criminal Investigation calls on every public citizen to recommend indictments for Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, Pfizer, BlackRock, Tedros and Christian Drosten for pushing the dangerous lethal experimental vaccines. https://t.co/KlRMw4UHNs

Gordon Ryan claims Felipe Pena is faking confidence ahead of their fourth clash

Gordon Ryan and Felipe Pena are set to face one another for the fourth time on February 25. The pair last fought in August 2022, where terrible circumstances prevented the match from being an equal contest.

On the eve of the clash, one of Pena's best friends and an all-time jiu-jitsu great, Leandro Lo, was shot and killed at a club in Brazil.

Pena chose to compete in the match, which was a no-time-limit submission-only ruleset, and tapped after 45 minutes. Gordon Ryan didn't apply a submission hold, but it appeared that Pena was no longer mentally present in the contest and called an end to the bout.

However, Pena's confidence appears to have returned ahead of their match in February. He recently spoke to FloGrappling and stated that he was 100% confident that he would defeat Ryan.

Gordon Ryan then took to Instagram to call out his opponent, as he believes Pena is spouting false confidence:

"Faking confidence is easy. BEING confident isn't. Don't listen to what people say, watch what they do. Felipe in every interview is SAYING he's 100% confident he will win, yet when I ask him to give me 10-1 odds, he declines every time because he knows he has no shot. I offered him 10-1 because, for me, it's free money. I even let him pick the dollar amount id put 10x on. Don't talk confident unless you ARE confident."

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Edited by Aziel Karthak
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