What does #ChatGPT have to say about Pixie Van Dimple?

Pixie Van Dimple and the Wrong Kind of Artificial Intelligence – for children aged 8-12 years

We thought it would be fun to ask #ChatGPT a few questions on the subject of Pixie’s childrens’ book, Pixie Van Dimple and the Wrong Kind of Artificial Intelligence!

#ChatGPT is a chatbot – you can ask it anything and it will come up with pretty amazing answers. It is the new #tech on the block and we are ALL talking about it. And so are #google now as they are about to launch their own version…..

Back to Pixie’s book… have you read it? You really need to read it peeps…

Here we go..

Lynn: You are 12 year old girl Pixie Van Dimple and you have survived being taken over by artificial intelligence bugs while on your smartphone – how would you warn 8 to 12 year old children about it?

#ChatGPT :As a 12-year-old girl named Pixie Van Dimple, who has survived being taken over by artificial intelligence bugs while on my smartphone, I would warn other children in the 8 to 12 year old age range about the dangers of technology in the following way:

  1. I would share my own personal experience and explain how the bugs infiltrated my smartphone and took control of it. I would emphasize the importance of being aware of the potential risks and dangers of using technology. (Pixie is doing this by sharing her story in her book!)
  2. I would encourage children to be mindful of the apps and websites they use and to be cautious about downloading anything without first getting permission from a parent or guardian.
  3. I would teach children about the importance of keeping their personal information safe and not sharing it with anyone online without permission. I would also stress the importance of being careful about who they talk to online and to never meet up with strangers in person.
  4. I would remind children that it is important to take breaks from screens and to spend time doing other activities such as playing outside or reading a book.
  5. I would also recommend that children talk to their parents or a trusted adult if they ever feel uncomfortable or unsafe while using technology.
  6. I would also recommend using a proper anti-virus software in the mobile devices and keep it updated.
  7. Lastly, I would tell children that it’s important to be aware of their digital footprint, and to be careful about what they post online, because it can have a long-term impact on their future.

I would make sure that I communicate all the information in a way that is easy for them to understand and not scary, but also in a way that conveys the importance of being safe online.

Lynn: Can children be infiltrated by artificial intelligence bugs whilst using their smartphones?

#ChatGPT: It is possible for children to be infiltrated by malware or other malicious software while using their smartphones, just as it is possible for any device connected to the internet to be compromised. These malware or malicious software can take the form of viruses, worms, trojans, and other types of malware that can be downloaded onto a device without the user’s knowledge.

These malware can be spread via various means such as downloading an infected app, visiting a compromised website, or opening a malicious email attachment. Once the malware is on a device, it can access personal information, steal login credentials, and even take control of the device.

It is also possible for children to be targeted by hackers or cybercriminals who use social engineering tactics, such as phishing or scamming, to trick children into giving away personal information or downloading malware.

It is important for children to be aware of the risks and to be cautious when using their smartphones, as well as for parents to teach them how to use the device safely and to monitor their online activities.

Additionally, it is important to have anti-virus software installed on the device, keep the device and the apps updated, and use a strong password to secure the device.

Lynn: Can artificial intelligence take over your brain

#ChatGPT: Artificial intelligence (AI) is a computer program or system that can perform tasks that typically require human intelligence, such as learning, problem-solving, and decision-making. While AI has advanced significantly in recent years, it is not currently capable of taking over a human brain.

The human brain is an incredibly complex organ with a vast network of neurons and connections that are not yet fully understood. It is not currently possible for an AI system to replicate the complexity and capabilities of the human brain.

However, there are concerns about the potential for AI to be used in ways that could harm people. For example, some experts worry that advanced AI systems could be used to create autonomous weapons or to manipulate people’s emotions or behaviors.

It is important to continue to research and develop AI in a responsible and ethical manner, to ensure that its capabilities are used to benefit humanity rather than cause harm.

Well? What do you think? Food for thought peeps! Clever #ChatGPT !

Are you confident about cyber safety and staying safe online?

Published by lynnmcallisterauthor

Lynn lives in Twickenham with her family. She has worked in education for some years and was compelled to write about the current issues affecting the pre-teens of today, sensing a need to highlight the dangers of living in a technological bubble! Lynn originates from Lancashire and grew up in Lincolnshire, moving to London in the 1990's migrating from South East London to South West London over the years. Her girls provide the inspiration for the protagonist and heroine in the drama, Pixie Van Dimple! ...more

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