After trying various economics related ideas I thought I would do a test on a subject I think no one could dispute that I am an expert on, which is me. So I asked to about Richard Murphy, chartered accountant, and got this:
Richard Murphy is a chartered accountant, economist, and political activist based in the United Kingdom. He is best known for his work in the field of tax justice, and is the founder of the Tax Justice Network, a global network of activists and experts working to promote transparency and accountability in tax systems worldwide.
Murphy has written extensively on a wide range of issues related to taxation and public policy, including corporate tax avoidance, the role of tax havens in the global economy, and the need for tax reform to address social and environmental challenges. He has authored several books, including “The Joy of Tax” and “Dirty Secrets: How Tax Havens Destroy the Economy”.
In addition to his work as an accountant and economist, Murphy is also an active campaigner for social and environmental causes. He has been involved in a number of grassroots movements and organizations, including the Green Party, and has been a vocal advocate for progressive policies on issues such as climate change, inequality, and public services.
Murphy’s work has received both praise and criticism, with some viewing him as a leading voice in the fight for tax justice, and others criticizing his views as overly radical or unrealistic. However, his work has helped to raise public awareness of the issues surrounding tax justice, and has played a significant role in shaping policy debates on taxation and public finance.
So, that’s Spud doing Spud.
Now the question is, can ChatGPT be asked to do things “in the style of?” and whose style would we pick?