With no change in accuracy.
A spam email from last week - I’ve got a gut feeling it was AI. After claiming to be a lady from Ukraine, it had this bit of culture to share:
I wore a bumblebee costume and took part in an spontaneous dance-off with a busker who was a squirrel. But you know what they say, “without the buzz, there‘s no boogie.”
My first thought was it’s a case where the hallucinations don’t hurt.
Libra The sun is in trine with Mercury, and Venus is traversing Ophiuchus, which means the signs are favourable that you will find luck and good fortune if you read the King in Yellow in full at a Drag Story Hour.
Gemini Mars is the planet of blood blood blood IÄ IÄ IÄ Shub-Niggurath blood blood blood blood.
Scorpio Be nice to your mother. Jupiter.
It’s a big steaming heap of concentrated Internet. These biases shouldn’t be surprising.
The main problem I see with doing this with Christianity (by which I mean operational problem, not “ethical” problem ) is that you’d need a few dials and sliders for the variants, or people are going to get upset.
A handful of chatbots interpreting religious scripture using generative artificial intelligence are seemingly condoning violence.
So that seems to be the same everywhere.
When the robots come for you, and they will, remember that!
I still prefer the Douglas Quaid approach.
OMG, that first line of the onebox.
Did an AI write that? Because then, I want to shake their hand.
Know thy enemy.
- Vampire Diaries, 2011
Asking for a … fiend: what’s the result if you get a LLM to argue against the existence of A Higher Being that people are worshipping?
That’s pretty much what I learned over a couple of years from watching my dad loading up our car for every family holiday.
Watch me shaking my head over my in-laws dishwasher, and then and re-arranging it while everyone else tut-tuts over at the coffee table.
BlockOut on the Amiga and the Lynx were fun. But not as satisfying as getting a clean kitchen in one go.
Other people’s dishwashers?
Close the door and
I refuse to give up on humanity.
Oh. Did I just post the dishwasher singularity up there? Damn.
… “put the largest objects in first and then proceed in decreasing order of size” always worked for me
The comic has joined authors Richard Kadrey and Christopher Golden in two class-action lawsuits against tech giants OpenAI and Meta, the creator of rival AI chatbot LLaMA, which were reported by The Verge on Sunday.