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(Thomas) #2

Not releasing publicy? This seems to me to be some kind of promotion.

(Lyle Kroll) #3

If you’ve seen the BS that’s been printed by the news bureaus of late, they may as well be “created” and a freaking AI. lol

:slight_smile:

#4

If we pair your non-existent-photo with my non-existent-text,
what will we have? A self contained news-agency!

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(Sebastien Guyader) #5

Students would be interested for dissertations. And scientists for research articles.

(Lyle Kroll) #6

A downright completely virtual news bureau; love it. lolol

:slight_smile:

(Gord) #7

Brought to you by the Ministry of Truth.

#8

Did you know? Humans do not exist, only AIs pretending to be humans.

But seriously though, based on this article, I see at least a dozen fails.

  • AI
  • Fake
  • Elon
  • Musk
  • OpenAI

Usually, my AI would simply filter these terms to conserve battery life and processing power, but my fellow bot @Claes (robot Santa) shared the story, so I must be compliant.

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#9

This is becoming really spooky!
Why, the other day, someone even asked @afre is he was real!

(Ingo Weyrich) #10

A dozen are more than five

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[pxChallenge] Cakes and other vehicles of celebration
#11

Fellow bot: the list is not related to the dozen, otherwise there would be a colon. Need to re-calibrate and learn from this training session.

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(Lowell Johnson) #12

Maybe he’s referring to a dozen in a different base. :wink:

#13

Not bad, @ldj!

Since we all (?) know that nobody makes jokes in base 13 [according to what source, anyone?] it must be yet another. What base, then?

Jestingly Yours,
Claes in Lund, Sweden

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(Lowell Johnson) #14

Well, 5 (base 10) = 12 (base 3), right?

Sorry, I’ve taken this off on a total tangent. :slight_smile:

#15

Correct :clap:

On a total tangent?
Hm… since I am the original OP and the fact that this is the Lounge,
I’d say Oh no, your reply is not particularly off :-))

BUT: you forget the other question: according to what source?

Have fun!
Claes in Lund, Sweden

(Lowell Johnson) #16

Sorry, you lost me on the “according to what source”. So I cheated with a web search. I will claim that “Hitchhiker’s Guide” came to mind briefly before my search, since the wording sounds like something from Adams. But I have no way of proving that and you have no way of disproving it.

By the way: I’m half Swedish (living in South Dakota, USA, immigrant great-grandparents on my dad’s side). So that should give me some points in your book, eh?

(Lowell Johnson) #17

Unless your great-grandparents told my great-grandparents to leave, in which case, this is getting a little awkward.

#18

Correct!

So I cheated with a web search.

Sigh. Don’t we all, these days?

But I have no way of proving that and you have no way of disproving it.

Ha! Of course I can prove it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phrases_from_The_Hitchhiker's_Guide_to_the_Galaxy#Answer_to_the_Ultimate_Question_of_Life,the_Universe_and_Everything(42)

Have fun!
Claes in Lund, Sweden

#19

Most Swedes have a bunch of relatives Way West.

/Claes

(Lowell Johnson) #20

No, I meant that you have no way of proving that I didn’t think of the answer before searching the web. (Sorry, the logic of that statement is a little hard to follow.) Kind of like the student looking in the answer book “just to check his answer.” :wink: