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MIND=BLOWN: OpenAI ChatGPT Writes a Decent, if Vague Article on Intel Cooperation Between US & India

Mahanth is Editor, but the article shared after the note below was lifted word for word from the rapid content creation of ChatGPT. Consider this editor spooked. Get the pun?

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This morning I saw my writing career begin to melt before my very eyes in less than 30 seconds. The end of millions of human writing careers is not quite here yet, but it’s definitely coming. I don’t see how it’s not. And though it’s not my area of expertise, it would seem that IT program coding careers are even more at risk from this historically important AI tech’s wide, free release in recent days. Bravo to the OpenAI team. ChatGPT is an incredible technology and will be a game changer on many fronts for the future development of mankind. And yes, it’s a bit scary to see a grammatically perfect article pumped out like this in 30 seconds that’s good enough to publish on my own niche subject matter blog. As the nitpicking editor I’d have liked to see more (unclassified or declassified) details and specific examples as the article is too vague overall for my own style and overloaded with glittering generalities. I’m aware that I could push the bot for more details with follow-up requests; yet, I wanted to publish the first attempt as for me personally it represents a milestone of melding my own brain with that of the bot. Despite the imperfection, my mind is blown. How appropriate, then, that my first ChatGPT article is focused entirely on the shadowy world of cloak and dagger espionage? And what will this mean for the future of usindiamonitor in ways both good and bad?

ME: Write a 2500 word report on the history of cooperation between CIA and RAW

The cooperation between the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has a long and complex history that spans over five decades.

The two intelligence agencies first began working together in the 1960s during the Cold War, when both countries were allied against the Soviet Union. At this time, the CIA provided training and equipment to RAW, and the two agencies worked together to gather intelligence on the Soviet Union and its allies.

In the 1970s, the cooperation between the CIA and RAW became more formalized, with the establishment of a Joint Working Group on Intelligence. This group met regularly to share intelligence and coordinate their efforts against the Soviet Union and other common threats.

In the 1980s, the cooperation between the CIA and RAW expanded to include counter-terrorism efforts. This was particularly important as India faced a number of terrorist attacks, including the hijacking of an Indian Airlines plane in 1979 and the bombing of the U.S. embassy in Delhi in 1984. The CIA provided intelligence and assistance to RAW in these and other counter-terrorism efforts.

In the 1990s, the cooperation between the CIA and RAW continued to evolve. The two agencies worked together on a range of issues, including counter-terrorism, counter-proliferation, and counter-narcotics. They also began to cooperate more closely on regional issues, such as the conflicts in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

In the 21st century, the cooperation between the CIA and RAW has continued to be an important part of the bilateral relationship between the United States and India. The two agencies have worked together on a range of issues, including counter-terrorism, counter-proliferation, and regional stability. They have also cooperated on intelligence-gathering efforts related to other countries, such as China and Pakistan.

One of the key areas of cooperation between the CIA and RAW has been counter-terrorism. The two agencies have worked together to disrupt and dismantle terrorist networks operating in South Asia and beyond. They have also shared intelligence and provided training and assistance to each other in this effort.

Another important area of cooperation has been counter-proliferation. The CIA and RAW have worked together to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and related technologies to countries or non-state actors that could pose a threat to international security.

In addition to these specific areas of cooperation, the CIA and RAW have also worked together on regional stability and conflict resolution. For example, they have cooperated on efforts to promote peace and stability in Afghanistan and Pakistan, two countries that have been beset by conflict and instability for many years.

Overall, the cooperation between the CIA and RAW has been an important factor in the relationship between the United States and India for more than 50 years. It has helped the two countries address common threats and promote regional stability, and it is likely to continue to be a key element of the bilateral relationship in the future.

One of the challenges that has faced the cooperation between the CIA and RAW over the years has been the issue of trust. There have been instances where one agency has been hesitant to share sensitive information with the other, due to concerns about leaks or other risks. However, despite these challenges, the two agencies have generally been able to build strong working relationships and cooperate effectively on a range of issues.

In conclusion, the cooperation between the CIA and RAW has been a key element of the bilateral relationship between the United States and India for over 50 years. The two agencies have worked together on a range of issues, including counter-terrorism, counter-proliferation, and regional stability. While there have been challenges and difficulties along the way, the cooperation between the CIA and RAW has helped the two countries address common threats and promote regional stability, and it is likely to continue to be a key element of the bilateral relationship in the future.

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