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1946726 Jdawg78 : chat.openai.com/chat
1946727 Jdawg78 : It's free and open sourced now.
1946728 Jdawg78 : Just had it write a birth control ad staring Bert and Ernie.
1946729 Jdawg78 : It said it wouldn't do it as it would be inappropriate for a kids show.
1946730 Jdawg78 : So I explained -it would be a parody for adults,- and it understood and wrote the sketch.
1946731 The Boy Wonder : Ask if how do you clone a human being.
1946732 Jdawg78 : It said it wasn't possible yet, but it is possible with animals.
1946733 Jdawg78 : I asked it to change its language to spanish so I can practice spanish with it.
1946734 The Boy Wonder : The Mexica people, also known as the Aztecs, were a pre-Columbian civilization that lived in central Mexico in the 14th to 16th centuries. It would be difficult to write a pop song in the style of the Mexica, as pop music is a modern genre that did not exist at the time of the Aztecs.
1946735 The Boy Wonder : I asked it to write a Mexica pop song.
1946736 The Boy Wonder : Translation: On the land of the sun We Mexica live Our history is ancient And our legacy is strong
1946737 The Boy Wonder : Translation: We are the children of Quetzalcóatl Our faith is solid as rock Our culture is unique We are the Mexica
1946738 The Boy Wonder : Translation: Our music is joyful And our dances are beautiful Our love for the land Will never fade
1946739 The Boy Wonder : Chorus: Somos los hijos de Quetzalcóatl Nuestra fe es sólida como el roca Nuestra cultura es única Somos los Mexica
1946740 The Boy Wonder : Not bad for the first time.
1946741 Jdawg78 : Nice.
1946742 Jdawg78 : I got another person hooked on AI.
1946743 The Boy Wonder : "GatitoDaveed"?
1946744 Jdawg78 : It remembers things too, so you can say -write the song but include things about...etc...
1946745 The Boy Wonder : I told it to write a pop song about the Aztec calendar.
1946746 The Boy Wonder : Here is a simple pop song inspired by the Aztec calendar: Verse 1: Twenty day-signs in a cycle Thirteen numbers in a row The Aztec calendar tells a story Of the gods and their holy glow
1946747 The Boy Wonder : Chorus: The tonalpohualli's in motion A sacred calendar that shows The mysteries of the universe And the rhythms of the soul
1946748 Jdawg78 : I kind of use it to learn things now.
1946749 The Boy Wonder : Verse 2: Eighteen months in a year Five days of mystery The xiuhpohualli's keeping time For all the world to see
1946750 Jdawg78 : LIke I asked how I can do x, and it gives me some suggestions...
1946751 Jdawg78 : type this now -turn it into a song and add chords-
1946752 Jdawg78 : I mean, type -add chords-
1946753 The Boy Wonder : Jaja.
1946754 Jdawg78 : time to close up so I can go home.
1946755 The Boy Wonder : All right.
1946756 Jdawg78 : Ya estoy en casa!
1946757 The Boy Wonder : I'm hooked on AI.
1946758 Jdawg78 : ONe thing about being gone all day, when I get home the cats are so affectionate.
1946759 Jdawg78 : LOL I know, it's fun isn't it?
1946760 The Boy Wonder : Jijiji.
1946761 The Boy Wonder : Hell yeah.
1946762 Jdawg78 : And it remembers things you've talked about for a bit. So you can say things like, -that song we talked bout earlier...etc...
1946764 Jdawg78 : YOu can ask it to write you a resume, give it your name and skills etc.
1946765 Jdawg78 : Or just a resume template...
1946767 Jdawg78 : You can have it help you with homework.
1946768 The Boy Wonder : Jijiji.
1946769 Jdawg78 : I had it help me write an excel document for calculating payroll for my two jobs.
1946770 Jdawg78 : I just put in the hours I work for the week, and it puts down how much I'll make after taxes.
1946771 The Boy Wonder : Was it accurate?/Did it work?
1946772 Jdawg78 : Yeah.
1946773 The Boy Wonder : Jijiji.
1946774 Jdawg78 : sometimes it won't do things, but you can explain that you are just pretending, and it will go along with it.
1946776 Jdawg78 : I told it to write cat poem in cat language, make every word meow.
1946777 Jdawg78 : Meow meow meow meow meow Meow meow meow meow meow Meow meow meow meow meow meow Meow meow meow meow meow
1946779 Jdawg78 : Ask it for recipes too...
1946781 Jdawg78 : Having it write a metal song for Big Bird.
1946782 Jdawg78 : Asked it to get chords and a strum pattern.
1946784 The Boy Wonder : I'm asking a bunch of questions about the Mexica, Olmecs, Mayas, etc.
1946785 The Boy Wonder : *it
1946786 Jdawg78 : Ask it if it can make recipes from mexica.
1946787 The Boy Wonder : I asked it "Is it correct to call it "Maya hieroglyphics" or is it "Mayan heiroglyphics?"
1946788 The Boy Wonder : It answered: Both "Maya hieroglyphics" and "Mayan hieroglyphics" are commonly used terms to refer to the system of writing used by the Maya civilization, an ancient culture that lived in what is now Mexico and Central America.
1946789 The Boy Wonder : The term "Maya hieroglyphics" is generally considered to be the more accurate and appropriate term, as "Maya" is the correct term for the ancient culture and its language, while "Mayan" is an adjective that is used to describe things that are related to the Maya culture.
1946790 The Boy Wonder : However, "Mayan hieroglyphics" is also a commonly used term, and it is often used to refer to the Maya system of writing in popular media and in discussions among the general public. In this context, "Mayan" is often used as a convenient shorthand to refer to the Maya civilization and its language.
1946791 The Boy Wonder : Overall, both "Maya hieroglyphics" and "Mayan hieroglyphics" are acceptable terms for referring to the system of writing used by the Maya civilization, and either term can be used depending on the context and the preference of the speaker or writer.
1946792 The Boy Wonder : I finally got my answer.
1946793 Jdawg78 : I can sleep in tomorrow!
1946795 The Boy Wonder : ¡Hola, Daveed!
1946796 Jdawg78 : Hola Daveed!
1946797 Jdawg78 : We're doing AI stuff now.
1946798 GatitoDaveed : Hola caballos
1946799 Jdawg78 : I asked mine to only respond to me in spanish and explain the subjunctive to me.
1946800 Jdawg78 : caballeros,
1946801 Jdawg78 : caballos are horses.
1946802 GatitoDaveed : Darnit I always mix those two up! Sorry jaja
1946804 GatitoDaveed : AI is taking over. Taking you two over
1946805 Jdawg78 : Join us!
1946806 Jdawg78 : Join the collecive.
1946807 Jdawg78 : collective.
1946808 GatitoDaveed : Hola jor tambien, de donde eres?
1946809 GatitoDaveed : Haha im afraid to be addicted also. I like the real world
1946810 The Boy Wonder : ‹@GatitoDaveed› You should try it, it's really fun.
1946811 Jdawg78 : It's actually great for practicing spanish.
1946812 GatitoDaveed : Soon it will all be ready player one metaverse
1946813 GatitoDaveed : Ah ok. Im on a phone so the window space is limited
1946814 Jdawg78 : I asked it to write me some code for creating a calculator using Python. And it did.
1946815 Jdawg78 : I had to tweak a couple of things...
1946816 GatitoDaveed : Ill give it a go algunes
1946817 GatitoDaveed : Thats impressive
1946818 Jdawg78 : Helped me write an excel sheet too.
1946819 Jdawg78 : It's basically been tweaked to use natural language.
1946820 Jdawg78 : Fun thing to do if you play dungeons and dragons, have it create character sheets.
1946821 Jdawg78 : Like -create a level 4 wizard elf in dnd...-
1946822 Jdawg78 : And it writes it out...you can even specify which edition you are playing.
1946823 GatitoDaveed : It sounds like the future. Maybe the world will be more like the movie Her
1946824 The Boy Wonder : ‹@GatitoDaveed› It's free and super easy to use.
1946825 GatitoDaveed : Or ex machina
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