In this regard, the world’s preeminent provider of internet security software, McAfee, has published research that issues a strong caution against the potential risks that it may cause.
According to the findings of the study, seventy-one percent of Brits favour love letters generated by ChatGPT over letters written by real humans.
The publication the Mirror reports that one-third of young singles said they intend to utilize AI to boost their dating profile to impress potential partners.
Despite this, McAfee warned that relying on AI technologies such as ChatGPT to compose love letters is a potentially dangerous strategy.
58% of people who responded in Britain stated they would be insulted to find out that the note they got on Valentine’s Day, the most romantic day of the year, was written by a computer program.
There is also the possibility that “catfish,” often known as those who appear to be someone else, may also utilize AI to carry out their romantic fraud, allowing them to keep multiple dating sites active simultaneously.
ChatGPT can adjust the tone of communications to appeal to charms, which, according to a study conducted by McAfee, make love confessions that sound authentic and convince someone to disclose personal information or money with you.
Recently, a university student even utilized the notorious ChatGPT bot to compose one of his university essays, and he graduated with a grade point average of 2.2.
According to Vonny Gamot, the frontman at McAfee, the increasing popularity of artificial intelligence means that applications like ChatGPT, which anybody with a web browser can access, meaning that the probability of obtaining information that was generated by a machine also increases.
“We are aware that cybercriminals also employ AI to carry out nefarious operations, despite the fact that some AI use cases may be beneficial,” he stated.
“With Valentine’s Day just around the horizon, it’s crucial to keep an eye out for symptoms of dangerous AI activity,” he continued. “These signs include the use of phrases and the repetition of words, along with requests for money or questionable information.”