“ChatGPT’s predecessor, GPT-3, had already shown an impressive ability to string sentences together. But it was a difficult sell, as the app was also prone to blurting out violent, sexist and racist remarks.” This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise since ChatGTP is trained by what we humans put on the internet. So how did the company behind the AI fix the problem? Machine learning? Artificial intelligence? A breakthrough algorithm? Nope. They did the old fashioned way which always seems to be in fashion when it comes to tech companies. They paid workers in another country two bucks an hour to clean up the mess. Time: OpenAI Used Kenyan Workers on Less Than $2 Per Hour to Make ChatGPT Less Toxic.