OpenAI GPT3: following with my attempt to make you THINK without using my own words.

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But first...

Let's stop twelve years ago.

"The 'Art' of speaking without saying or understanding anything"

Scientists discovered an impressive find about a herd of unicorns living in a remote, previously unexplored valley in the Andes Mountains. Even more surprising to the researchers was the fact that the unicorns spoke perfect English. They were also found to have perfectly styled hair and wore what looked like Dior makeup.

"We were shocked to discover unicorns," admitted anthropologist Daniel St. Maurice. "They were unlike anything seen before. We had heard legends about unicorns, but we never thought they really existed." When the scientists first arrived in the valley, the unicorns were surprised and scared by the presence of humans, but they were also happy. The unicorns welcomed the researchers and explained that they had been waiting for them for a long time.

¿How Do You Know if a Human Wrote This?

A thinking robot

Ok, let's check!

So, would I need to use Tay, Zo, Xiaoice or Rinna to be able to write my very serious and also my more humorous blog articles without effort? And interact with and engage with everyone here throughout Hive in a more perfect English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese language than just my usual Spanglish?

Or definitely, I shouldn't spend and waste so much time writing blog posts and rather becoming myself into a majestic HiveDev, dApps coder, blockchain game developer or even the creator of a new social network on the blockchain based in my own ideology, parameters and ambitions of turn out all my future users into an instant success by sharing their content on my brand new platform that will reward them fairly and equally all based on true merits, purity and virtue? ¿NFTs anyone?

Oh yeah! but here is the caveat. If you want to build all this stuff without using your own words. You cannot aspire to use GPT-3 for this venture. No, no, no, it would be too expensive for you. In addition to the fact that its use is still somewhat restricted.

You would have to use what perhaps I'm gonna use soon from now on. A more accessible, inexpensive and almost free open source AI-ML as GPT-J-6B to build my dream without investing so much money, time, brain, effort, fingers, blood, sweat and tears to try to entertain you, make you think and continue educating you with my flamboyant content for just pennies.

Who knows? Maybe and even finally I could lead one of my brainy articles to the Hot page or Trending page of Hive to earn the big bucks having made everyone believe that I have written an authentic quality original article without even having used ever my own words. ¿What do you think? Would you continue to squeeze your brain in a vain effort to try to earn easy hundreds of dollars like others with your own content? ¿Would you join me in this defiant experience?

Leave a comment. Share your experiences and feedback. ¡Be part of the conversation!

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"Follows, Comments, Rehives & Upvotes will be highly appreciated"

Cranky Gandalf

Cheers!



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HaHa! Really good questions. I would like to answer you in this way:

I write primarily for myself. Because my texts are always personal to me, and because I still read them four years later with a newly awakened interest, like a diary but much better illustrated and written with a little more spit and heart than those lying in a box in my basement, I see a certain value in them beyond what others may find in reading my texts.

The comments that once flowed abundantly (missing from my writing diaries in the basement), compared to the present, reflect to me a time when blogging felt like milk and honey flow. Right now it feels like bread and water.

I don't think, therefore, that I write for others. I only ever write and wrote for myself, but that in no way precludes anyone who visits my blog from getting something out of it. My penny posts are just as valuable in that respect as those with high votes.

As long as I look at my own work years later and am not ashamed of it (which sometimes happens) and the quality check is such that the publications find my blessing, everything is fine.

I would still say I am not very different from the rest and confess that I am just as prone to mediocrity insofar as I neglect the role models who go beyond mediocrity. The level of a room rubs off on you if you're not careful, and the search for the different, the irritating, the surprising is sometimes quite arduous.

I read through some of your posts and I find them irritating, which I welcome a lot. And humorous, which I also welcome. Writing without your own words .... now, that's quite a challenge :)


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Hahaha yeah, there is nothing more irritating than spread awareness and then that people feel forced to think. It must be pretty similar to giving birth according to my rough calculations. };)

On the other hand, you have no idea how welcome your much appreciated comment is. And I hope no one misses it and also read it from top to bottom to get a good dose of the anti-irritation antidote against to what I've subjected them to when reading my own post.

Writing without your own words .... now, that's quite a challenge :)

I'll keep trying nonetheless. :)

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I had hoped for a pleased and refreshing response. Here I learn once again that I want to address those authors who take themselves in a serious manner unseriously. Of course, that doesn't always work. Every now and then you have the hangover and the shtick of others you would all too gladly answer with a hammer.

But the regret follows on its heels, doesn't it? This public blogging is like a self-education school. Only annoying when others want to do the educating for you. Only recently I fell for it and meant to take someone seriously who took himself far too seriously and you have a very unpleasant dialogue. I read the insults in response to my - admittedly quite brash - reply and saw the emotions rise and fall within me.

Thankfully, your responses saved me from further impulses.

It must be pretty similar to giving birth according to my rough calculations. };)

How on earth can you calculate it, even if only rough? ;-)

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How do you know a human wrote this?

Maybe I wouldn't. But the person who put the AI-writing to public would know. I think that matters. If nobody knows what's published and by whom and if even the AI would maintain its own blog I would find it kind of funny, to imagine humans engaging fully in conversations. LOL


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I would find it kind of funny, to imagine humans engaging fully in conversations. LOL

That's exactly why I think I don't get too many comments. :D

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the trick might be to ask paradoxical questions or give tasks of that nature ;-)

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