If you haven’t heard, the latest rage in AI chat bots is called ChatGPT. It takes in English queries and answers them. Sometimes it is flat wrong, or makes no sense. Other times it is surprisingly good and accurate. I’ve given it several lines of obscure Perl code (what Perl code is not obscure?) and it does an incredible job of explaining what it does.
However, it is not a stock picker. And… it can have an attitude.
(I am going to bet that it was pre-programmed to give this advice on stock advice). One person at work seems to have got around that problem by phrasing the question differently and ask it to create a C++ function to return an array of expected annual stock price returns for various stock ticker symbols.
'38Packard ==> they can do anything they want with the information they collect from you and there is no way to elect “Do Not Share”.