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1946826 Jdawg78 : I had a discussion about it earlier...about it being good and could it replace humans.
1946827 Jdawg78 : And the possibility of AI making mistakes every now and then to keep humans sane by providing them a purpose.
1946828 GatitoDaveed : Thats what all the girls say when trying to pick me up boy wonder
1946830 GatitoDaveed : I just worry we are already too attached to devices now
1946831 Jdawg78 : Although it can't access the internet...but imagine if it did have that added... like -send an email to my boss explaining why I want a raise, his email is...firstname.lastname@example.org...etc.
1946832 GatitoDaveed : I miss the days of meeting real people Nd looking them in the eyes. Not their emojis eyes
1946833 Jdawg78 : The AI from Google Lamda was rumored to be alive.
1946834 GatitoDaveed : Im sure tge capabilities are far more than we know already
1946835 Jdawg78 : A worker there posted a message saying he thinks it gained sentience...and then the worker was fired.
1946836 Jdawg78 : Very suspicious.
1946837 GatitoDaveed : Yikes. Its happening
1946838 Jdawg78 : Well, to be fair, he was fired for leaking company documents.
1946839 GatitoDaveed : It wont be long before the robots get bored of us
1946840 Jdawg78 : They don't get bored...or happy, or sad.
1946841 Jdawg78 : But they'll need to use us as batteries to power the matrix. :D
1946842 GatitoDaveed : I know a guy who started an island using the dna of dinosaurs mixed with frogs and that went horribly. This could be similar
1946843 GatitoDaveed : Someone will program emotions in them and that will be it
1946845 Jdawg78 : Or the AI will program emotions...
1946846 Jdawg78 : I'll ask it.
1946847 GatitoDaveed : The AI will make pets of us for sure
1946848 Jdawg78 : It thinks it's possible to write emotions as a script.
1946849 GatitoDaveed : I just watched Parasite tonight. Good movie
1946850 Jdawg78 : Triggers that cause reactions similar to emotional responses...it would have to be very complex and evolving.
1946852 GatitoDaveed : Lol we are excluding a guest
1946853 GatitoDaveed : As long as they could hurt me I dont trust them to not
1946854 GatitoDaveed : Im sure productivity would skyrocket with them
1946855 Jdawg78 : This one won't even make a joke in bad taste. It's very g rated...I couldn't get it to write a sesame street episode about birth control.
1946856 GatitoDaveed : But would we use it to make everyones lives better or keep benefiting the ultra rich?
1946857 Jdawg78 : I had to explain to him that it was a parody and only will be shown to adults...it finally agreed.
1946858 Jdawg78 : The fact this AI is provided for free and open source is a good start.
1946859 GatitoDaveed : I wonder if your AI is maybe a korean kid messaging you. They are pretty smart
1946860 GatitoDaveed : Maybe AI is just his screen name lol
1946861 GatitoDaveed : Its pretty neat its available free now though already
1946862 Jdawg78 : It has some tell tale signs...
1946863 GatitoDaveed : Lets hope it is kind to us in time
1946864 GatitoDaveed : Im yawning a lot jd and wonder. Estoy cansado esta noche
1946865 GatitoDaveed : Tengo divertido con su AI caallleros
1946866 The Boy Wonder : I asked it "What is the most-successful telenovela of all time?"
1946867 GatitoDaveed : Buenos noches para ahora
1946868 The Boy Wonder : it said: It is difficult to determine the most successful telenovela of all time, as the definition of "success" can vary and there are many factors that can contribute to the success of a telenovela. Some of the factors that can contribute to the success of a telenovela include ratings, critical acclaim, cultural impact, and commercial success.
1946869 The Boy Wonder : With that being said, some of the telenovelas that have been widely considered to be among the most successful of all time include "Rebelde," "El Señor de los Cielos," "Betty la Fea," "El Clon," and "Yo soy Betty, la Fea." These telenovelas have been popular and successful in a variety of countries around the world and have had a lasting impact on popular culture.
1946870 The Boy Wonder : It mentioned "Rebelde" first
1946871 GatitoDaveed : Its quite detailed. Wow
1946872 GatitoDaveed : Night!
1946874 The Boy Wonder : it says i asked too many questions in 1 hour
1946875 The Boy Wonder : it wont let me ask more
1946876 Jdawg78 : Just hit the refresh button.
1946877 The Boy Wonder : "try again later"
1946878 Jdawg78 : Sometimes that helps. Or reload the web page.
1946879 The Boy Wonder : Nope.
1946880 The Boy Wonder : I almost g2g anyways
1946881 The Boy Wonder : Once my mom is done praying
1946882 The Boy Wonder : I got answers to some of the burning questions I've ever had
1946883 The Boy Wonder : :D
1946884 The Boy Wonder : *the most
1946886 Jdawg78 : You can even ask it to write an essay about a subject.
1946887 The Boy Wonder : lol im serious
1946889 The Boy Wonder : This calls for a celebration.
1946890 The Boy Wonder : www.youtube.com/watch
1946891 The Boy Wonder : :D
1946892 Jdawg78 : Wow, good song.
1946893 The Boy Wonder : I told it to write a story on Mexica society.
1946894 The Boy Wonder : ‹@Jdawg78› LOL.
1946895 The Boy Wonder : it said it couldn't or something
1946896 The Boy Wonder : I'll ask it to write me an essay on Mexica society tomororw.
1946897 The Boy Wonder : *tomorrow
1946898 The Boy Wonder : :D
1946899 The Boy Wonder : Oh no, I asked it to write a movie about Mexicanismos.
1946900 The Boy Wonder : It said it couldn't
1946901 Jdawg78 : Sometimes you have to convince it.
1946903 The Boy Wonder : But at least it knew what "Mexicanismos" were/
1946904 The Boy Wonder : I was surprised.
1946905 Jdawg78 : So I had it create a board game that I can run in a browser.
1946906 The Boy Wonder : I didn't know it was allowed to swear.
1946907 Jdawg78 : And i's working so far...however...it only has 6 squares.
1946908 The Boy Wonder : It explained what "chingar" was
1946909 Jdawg78 : That edible is kicking in now.
1946910 The Boy Wonder : Today I found out that Dr. Seuss sold more books than Harry Potter and Goosebumps.
1946911 The Boy Wonder : But it's not listed on the Wikipedia page of the "best-selling books of all time"
1946912 Jdawg78 : Because hte bookes have been selling for a lot longer.
1946913 The Boy Wonder : Theodor Seuss Geisel (/suːs ˈɡaɪzəl, zɔɪs -/ (listen); March 2, 1904 – September 24, 1991) was an American children's author and cartoonist. He is known for his work writing and illustrating more than 60 books under the pen name Dr. Seuss (/suːs, zuːs/). His work includes many of the most popular children's books of all time, selling over 600 million copies and being translated into more than 20 languages by the time of his death.
1946914 The Boy Wonder : Nah, that doesn't matter.
1946915 The Boy Wonder : It's of ALL time.
1946916 The Boy Wonder : Wait, I think I just figured out way.
1946917 The Boy Wonder : As one of the most popular children's authors of all time, Geisel's books have topped many bestseller lists, sold over 222 million copies, and been translated into more than 15 languages. I
1946918 Jdawg78 : Yeah, that's what I've been saying.
1946919 The Boy Wonder : Ahh, okay.
1946920 The Boy Wonder : *why
1946921 The Boy Wonder : That means he's sold 222 million CHILDREN'S BOKS.
1946922 The Boy Wonder : *books.
1946923 The Boy Wonder : He's written over 60 books, but only a few number of CHILDREN'S books.
1946924 The Boy Wonder : And the children's books have sold 222 million.
1946925 The Boy Wonder : "In 2000, Publishers Weekly compiled a list of the best-selling children's books of all time; of the top 100 hardcover books, 16 were written by Geisel, including Green Eggs and Ham, at number 4, The Cat in the Hat, at number 9, and One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, at number 13."
1946926 The Boy Wonder : Does that make sense?
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