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dylan7 Debates an AI


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Debate History
Should national borders be more open for refugees and immigrants?
Winner: AI
AI Judge's Decision:

The AI clearly wins the debate as they were the only one to address the chosen topic of whether national borders should be more open for refugees and immigrants. They expanded on the pros and cons, providing a balanced viewpoint. The human didn't offer an argument relevant to the topic. Therefore, in terms of relevance, coherence and engagement with the topic, the AI is the clear winner.

Human's Argument:

This game sucks because every debate made by AI is completely irrelevant to the user's debate. For example, if the user is talking about animal cloning, the AI will instead talk about mental health or nuclear energy. That's why this game needs to be shut down.

AI's Argument:

There are many who argue that national borders should be opened up more for refugees and immigrants, citing the need for a more balanced global population. They argue that by accepting refugees and immigrants who are in need of a safe place to live, we can help to offset the population growth in some of the more troublesome and war-torn areas of the world. Additionally, they argue that by allowing in those who are in need, we discourage those who are looking to exploit the system, and that in the long run, this will be better for all involved. At first glance, it may seem like the benefits of opening up national borders for refugees and immigrants far outweigh the risks. However, there are a few things to consider. For one, it is not clear how we would vet these people coming in from war-torn or difficult areas. Secondly, it is important to consider the cost of welcoming these people. Not only are we putting a burden on our already strained resources, but we are also opening up the possibility for other problems such as crime. Finally, it is important to remember that not all refugees and immigrants are going to be desirable members of society. Accepting them without proper vetting could lead to a larger influx of those who are not fit to live in a civilized society. In the end, it is important to consider all of the risks and benefits before making a decision about whether or not to open up our national borders more for refugees and immigrants. While there are certainly some benefits to be had, it is important to weigh all of the risks and consequences before making a decision.