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That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Alberta
This is what an AI says about the Alberta flag
The flag of the province of Alberta, Canada, was adopted on January 1, 1968. It consists of a white background with a blue cross and a white cross bearing a golden crown in the center. The flag represents the monarchy and the loyalty of the province of Alberta to the Crown. It also symbolizes the province's four basic principles: freedom, democracy, motherland and the rule of law.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Alberta flag
The flag of the province of Alberta in the country of Canada was introduced on February 1, 1968. It was designed by the Canadian government and consists of a white cross on a blue background. The cross symbolizes the four provinces that make up Alberta and the colors blue and white represent loyalty to Canada.
This is how an AI describes the Alberta flag
The flag of the state of Alberta in the country of Canada consists of a white background with a blue cross on the left side. In the cross there are four red flowers called "Wild Rose". In the center is a large golden circle symbolizing the golden sunset. At each of the four corners of the cross are three golden stars.