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(The Hill)   Maybe the two can have a nice conversation with each other   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Artificial intelligence, Google, Microsoft, Blog, Tool, Education, Web search engine, Chief executive officer  
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976 clicks; posted to STEM » on 07 Feb 2023 at 12:17 AM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2023-02-07 12:30:34 AM  
Now google's gonna seduce everyone

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2023-02-07 12:48:07 AM  
I can't wait until ChadGPT gets released.

"So like, I downed this Monster Energy and got this insane rush during my pre work-out, brah. My dad owns a dealership."
2023-02-07 1:02:32 AM  
I guess that makes ChatGPT...

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2023-02-07 3:21:20 AM  
2023-02-07 6:28:29 AM  
TFA: With Bard, individuals can "simplify complex topics" by using the AI tool

Because if the last couple of years have taught us anything it's that there's not enough of that going on.
2023-02-07 8:16:48 AM  
Many years ago you could run Eliza in the Emacs text editor. You could also have Emacs give you random Zippy the Pinhead quotes.

M-x psychoanalyze-pinhead did exactly what you might expect.
2023-02-07 9:06:09 AM  
It would be a nice tale.

But what to call that story?
2023-02-07 12:18:13 PM  
You FOOLS!  *Don't* let them communicate!  Have you learned *nothing*?

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2023-02-07 3:55:58 PM  
A new home for Watchmeforever?
2023-02-07 7:05:21 PM  
My bet is Bard has ChatGTP's pants off in  5 minutes. My evidence is years of table-top RPG experience.
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