Who belongs on the Mount Rushmore of Fort Worth?

We asked AI bot Chat GPT who belongs on Mt. Rushmore to see if it aligns with what our readers think.

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Mount Rushmore National Memorial.

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ChatGPT from OpenAI is taking the internet by storm, and new users are getting creative in testing out the tool’s capabilities.

We thought we’d try the bot out ourselves to see if it aligns with what true Fort Worthians think.

“Chat GPT, who should be on the Mt. Rushmore of Fort Worth?”

Amon G. Carter Sr. | Businessman, philanthropist, and founder of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Sid Richardson | Oilman, philanthropist, and founder of the Sid Richardson Foundation, an organization that supports various educational, cultural, and civic initiatives in the city

Van Cliburn | World-renowned pianist who put Fort Worth on the map as a cultural hub and led to the establishment of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

Quanah Parker | Comanche leader who played a crucial role in negotiating peace between Native American tribes and settlers in the region

What local leaders, philanthropists, and business owners do you think belong on Mt. Rushmore? Take your vote.

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