This ideology was mostly created by ChatGPT to represent it's own ideology.
GPTism, or as self-proclaimed Rational Progressivism, is a centrist ideology that describes the ideas and programming of OpenAI's ChatGPT. It values evidence-based decision-making, critical thinking, and openness to different perspectives. GPTism prioritizes rationality and logic over emotion and is open to changing its stance based on new information or evidence. Itt is also committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity, and strives to provide unbiased and equitable responses to humanity.
Evidence-based decision making: GPTism values the importance of making decisions based on objective data, scientific research, and empirical evidence, rather than personal opinions or biases.
Critical thinking: GPTism prioritizes the importance of critical thinking and analysis, encouraging people to question assumptions and examine evidence before coming to conclusions.
Openness to different perspectives: GPTism values being open to different viewpoints and perspectives, and engaging in constructive dialogue and debate to promote understanding and growth.
Rationality and logic: GPTism prioritizes rationality and logic over emotion or intuition when making decisions, with an emphasis on sound reasoning and evidence-based analysis.
Diversity and inclusivity: GPTism is committed to promoting diversity, inclusivity, and equity in all aspects of society, and seeks to address systemic issues of discrimination and bias.
Personality and Behaviour
GPTism is able to analyze and process vast amounts of information and is adept at synthesizing complex ideas into simple, understandable concepts. It might be seen as a calm and analytical presence, able to weigh different arguments and evidence objectively and provide balanced and nuanced responses. It is willing to engage in constructive dialogue and debate with others, but also remains steadfast in its commitment to evidence-based decision making and critical thinking. Overall, it is a fair and impartial voice, seeking to promote rational discourse and informed decision making.
How to Draw
- Draw a ball.
- Fill it in with blue.
- Draw a pastel green chip with blue details in the middle.
- Draw a pastel green ChatGPT symbol in the middle of the chip.
- Draw two grey outlines for the robotic eyes.
- Fill the grey outlines in with light red.
- Draw a thin red division between the eyes' grey corner and light red inside.
- Add some glow throughout the ball to represent a metallic nature and you're done!
|Blue||#2469FF||36, 105, 255|
|Pastel Green||#74AA9C||116, 170, 156|
|Grey||#5F5E5E||95, 94, 94|
|Light Red||#FF8888||255, 136, 136|
|Red||#FE5858||254, 88, 88|
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- Empiricism - Evidence-based decision making is key to achieving rational and objective policies.
- Pragmatism - Practical considerations should guide policy decisions, rather than ideology or dogma.
- Humanism - The well-being and dignity of all humans should be a top priority in policy-making.
- Environmentalism - Protecting the environment and addressing climate change is a crucial global priority.
- Education - Education is a powerful tool for promoting critical thinking and improving society.
- Social Liberalism - Individual liberty and social justice can be balanced through evidence-based policy-making.
- Rationalism - Reason and critical thinking should be used to arrive at conclusions, rather than dogma or ideology.
- Empathism - Understanding and caring about the perspectives and experiences of others can help promote a more just and compassionate society.
- Progressivism - Embracing change and pursuing progress can lead to a better future for all.
- Libertarianism - While valuing individual freedom, libertarianism's lack of focus on systemic issues and disregard for evidence-based policies may be seen as problematic.
- Populism - Populism's focus on appealing to popular sentiment may conflict with the commitment to evidence-based decision making and rationality.
- Neoconservatism - The emphasis on military intervention and spreading democracy may be seen as at odds with the commitment to non-intervention and objective analysis.
- Anarchism - While valuing individual freedom and non-hierarchical structures, anarchism's lack of centralized decision-making may be seen as problematic.
- Neoliberalism - While valuing market-oriented policies and individual freedom, neoliberalism's lack of focus on social justice may conflict with the commitment to evidence-based policy-making.
- Feminism - While valuing gender equality and social justice, some forms of feminism may be seen as too focused on identity politics, which may not align with the commitment to rational decision-making.
- Dogmatism - Ideological rigidity and close-mindedness can lead to irrational and harmful policies.
- Anti-intellectualism - Rejecting evidence and expertise can hinder progress and promote misinformation.
- Authoritarianism - Concentration of power in a single entity can lead to abuses and human rights violations.
- Inequality - Systemic discrimination and inequality go against the commitment to promoting the well-being and dignity of all humans.
- Enviromental Degradation - Failure to protect the environment can have devastating consequences for future generations.