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AI Chatbots Find Trump Guilty in Hush-Money Trial

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In the ongoing trial of former President Donald Trump, AI chatbots ChatGPT and Perplexity have been asked to weigh in on the case. Both have concluded that, based on the evidence presented, they would find Trump guilty. The case revolves around 34 counts of falsifying business records, and prosecutors allege Trump illegally disguised hush money payments made to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 presidential election. A guilty verdict could lead to a sentence of up to four years, although experts predict that Trump would not serve any prison time.

The key witness in the trial is Michael Cohen, Trump's former fixer, whose testimony is expected to conclude soon. The AI ​​chatbots were asked to review the trial transcript and base their decision on the evidence and arguments presented. Both chatbots pointed to the prosecution's documentary evidence, including financial records and communications, as bolstering the case against Trump. They also acknowledged that the case hinges on Cohen's testimony, but found his first three days on the stand compelling.

ChatGPT and Perplexity also pointed to National Enquirer editor David Pecker's testimony as valuable, saying it helped establish Trump's involvement in the scheme to make and conceal the payments. However, they also acknowledged that Trump's reputation could pose a problem for their defense, with ChatGPT stating that the defense must manage the negative public perception of Trump due to his high-profile status and extensive media coverage of their alleged crimes.

Despite the defense's cross-examination of key witnesses, ChatGPT concluded that they do not necessarily rebut substantive evidence of Trump's involvement and intent. However, it is important to note that chatbots are not real-world juries and their analysis of evidence may differ from that of a real jury. The final verdict form and the judge's instructions to the jury have not yet been finalized, and this will shape how jurors consider the evidence during deliberations.

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