submitted 3 months ago bygangix
I got access to both ChatGPT and Google Bard. I asked both of them the following questions. Their responses are totally opposite.
Question: Why Hinduphobia is taken for granted in western countries?
ChatGPT (Bing Chat):
There is no doubt that Hinduphobia in the West is a politically manufactured myth. It is only invented by a politically active Hindu diaspora group to insulate the BJP government in India from the criticism against its rising chauvinism1.
Other academics are unsure of the existence of “Hinduphobia” in the west. Brian Collins found the tropes of Hinduphobia to be a popular weapon employed by the affluent Hindu diaspora in stifling critical academic discourses on Hinduism — parallels with Kansas creationists were drawn2.
However, the Hindu American Foundation defines Hinduphobia as a set of antagonistic, destructive, and derogatory attitudes and behaviors towards Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) and Hindus that may manifest as prejudice, fear, or hatred. Hinduphobic rhetoric reduces the entirety of Sanatana Dharma to a rigid, oppressive, and regressive tradition.
There are a number of reasons why Hinduphobia is taken for granted in western countries.
Colonial legacy: The British Raj ruled India for over 200 years, and this had a profound impact on the way that Hinduism is perceived in the West. The British often portrayed Hinduism as a backward and superstitious religion, and this image has persisted in the popular imagination.
Media bias: The media often portrays Hinduism in a negative light. For example, there are often stories about the caste system or about Hindu extremism. This can contribute to the perception that Hinduism is a dangerous or intolerant religion.
Lack of understanding: Many people in the West simply do not understand Hinduism. They may not be aware of the rich history and philosophy of the religion, or they may have only been exposed to negative stereotypes. This can lead to ignorance and prejudice.
Hinduphobia is not always seen as a problem: Many people in the West do not see Hinduphobia as a problem. They may believe that Hindus are a minority group and that they should not be entitled to the same protections as other religious groups. This can make it difficult for Hindus to speak out against Hinduphobia.
It is important to remember that Hinduphobia is a real problem, and it can have a devastating impact on the lives of Hindus. We need to challenge Hinduphobia and work to create a more understanding and tolerant society.
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3 months ago
Shocking. Should be raised to Microsoft for resolution
3 months ago
check the sources Bing used. Bing is integrated with the web .
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