We Asked ChatGPT Who Would Win The SEC v. Ripple Case, Here Was The Result

January 14, 2023 6:46 pm Comments

Here at Procoinnews, we do not use AI technology to write any content

However many news outlets are starting to use ChatGPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) a chatbot created by OpenAI.

Per Buzz Feed News, the technology website “CNET has been found to be using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to write articles about personal finance without any prior announcement or explanation.”.

I was curious about how ChatGPT would work so I asked it to write a two-paragraph prediction on who will win the SEC V. Ripple court case.

Here was ChatGPT’s response:

In the SEC v. Ripple court case, it is difficult to predict who will win at this time. Both the SEC and Ripple have compelling arguments for their respective positions and it will ultimately be up to the court to decide.

The SEC argues that Ripple’s XRP token is a security and that Ripple failed to register it as such, while Ripple has argued that XRP is not a security and that Ripple has not violated any laws. Ripple has also argued that the SEC is attempting to impose a regulatory regime that would have far-reaching and potentially damaging implications for the entire digital asset industry.

The court’s decision is not expected for some time, but the outcome of this case could have significant implications for the future of digital assets. It is likely that the court will take into account the arguments of both sides and make a decision based on the facts of the case. No matter the outcome, this case will likely set the precedent for the regulation of digital assets in the future.

The response was very underwhelming, right?

ChatGPT clearly isn’t able to give a solid prediction and just sits on the fence.

So next I simply asked ChatGPT “Give your best guess on who will win SEC V. Ripple?”

Here was its answer:

ChatGPT isn’t as hyped up as people make it.

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