What is Real And What Is Not.

@Kandae11 (50142)
January 25, 2023 9:32am CST
Thanks to the latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) product called ChatBot GPT, one can access the system and have all kinds of questions answered and services rendered. You can have your essays and other papers written - very helpful for school and university assignments. You can try the DALL.E. - an outpainting feature which can produce original images and artwork. I heard of an 'artist ' who recently held an exhibition of his 'artwork'. Soon we won't be able to tell what is fake and what is real - if an an artist is really an artist, a writer really a writer, a singer really a singer. Where will it all end? Are we heading down the path where AI will control every aspect of our lives and nothing is real anymore? What are your thoughts? What do you know about ChatBotGPT? Pixabay image.
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@RebeccasFarm (84702)
• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
26 Jan
I do not like it one bit, not one tiny bit.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
Ha , it is called progress. . l do not like moving from real to artificial , even though it may be necessary for some things.
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• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
26 Jan
@Kandae11 I am sure I won't be around to see the full effects of this.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
@RebeccasFarm There is quite a bit going on right now. Yes but many of us will not be around to see the full effects.
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@LadyDuck (426978)
• Switzerland
26 Jan
As writing using the text help of smartphone was not enough to make people ignorant we are now introducing more instruments to make people more and more ignorant. My thoughts? I am glad not to be young.
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@LadyDuck (426978)
• Switzerland
26 Jan
@Kandae11 From years most students cannot make a simple sum because of the portable calculator. Too much technology brings ignorance.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
Making them more and more lazy for sure.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
@LadyDuck. Making it easy for them to cheat.
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@allen0187 (56878)
• Philippines
25 Jan
I feel like Skynet will soon take over mankind.
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@allen0187 (56878)
• Philippines
25 Jan
@Kandae11 it is a reference to the military AI program in Terminator movie series.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
25 Jan
@allen0187. Oh l see. Some of these movies give us an advanced insight into what is to come.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
25 Jan
Skynet is not only an internet service l presume.
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@DianneN (246164)
• United States
26 Jan
I’m against it unless it helps in medicine such as developing artificial limbs, helping with spinal injuries, etc.
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@DianneN (246164)
• United States
26 Jan
@Kandae11 Hope so, too. It has many pitfalls.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
Well it could help someone get a degree in something without much study of the subject. Hope that person is caught before much damage is done.
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@Dena91 (17923)
• United States
26 Jan
I've watched some videos with Mike on YouTube where the people were talking about ChatBotGPT. Personally, I am not a fan of AI because of what you said, soon we won't know what is real and what isn't.
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@Dena91 (17923)
• United States
26 Jan
@Kandae11 You're right about that.
@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
It won't be fair to those with natural creative talents.
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@CarolDM (201911)
• United States
25 Jan
That doesn't sound very good at all. Before long the students will not even think for themselves. That is probably already happening actually. Technology can become too advanced in my opinion.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
25 Jan
I agree. Students learned the hard way back in the day, and they learned. Enough to make their contribution to present day technological advancements. Children today have all kinds of gadgets at their disposal to assist with learning.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
25 Jan
@CarolDM Can't be healthy in many ways.
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@CarolDM (201911)
• United States
25 Jan
@Kandae11 Too many gadgets and they start at such an early age. I am concerned about their future for many reasons.
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@shaggin (64987)
• United States
28 Jan
I haven’t heard of this before but that will not be good to be used in those ways. People need to learn the material and write their own papers. Not creating their own artwork is cheating!
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@Kandae11 (50142)
29 Jan
Not too far from now it seems people will be required to do little else but tug and press buttons.
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@jstory07 (125692)
• Roseburg, Oregon
28 Jan
I knew nothing and would never use something like that.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
28 Jan
I prefer to rely on my own ability and talent. If it is not enough - then so be it.
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@LeaPea2417 (35646)
• Toccoa, Georgia
26 Jan
That reminds me of Alexa. I am Leary of it knowing everything about you.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
27 Jan
I would feel that way too.
@just4him (272768)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
25 Jan
I prefer the old-fashioned way of art. Doing it myself.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
25 Jan
I feel good when l can create something beautiful from scratch. A digital image is not my creation.
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@just4him (272768)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
25 Jan
@Kandae11 Yes, there's a real sense of accomplishment. No, it's not.
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@JudyEv (300898)
• Rockingham, Australia
26 Jan
I think all this is very bad. Soon tomorrow's kids, as adults, won't be able to problem solve or think for themselves.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
That is what l am afraid of.
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@Shiva49 (25558)
• Singapore
26 Jan
Things are hurtling too fast much beyond our comfort levels. Most will struggle to keep up while new opportunities will open up to get ahead by fair means or foul.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
Progress comes with the good and the bad.
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@dya80dya (27853)
26 Jan
I don't think it will end soon.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
Definitely not. It will march on into the future because those who would want to call a halt are in the minority.
@MrDenata (7374)
• Indonesia
25 Jan
We cant avoid it, Kandase, its helps for some company (and some will lose their job because of it), some will get benefir from it, its all about POV. Idk how to say it, the world change, so we have to improve, right? But, i dont have any idea about chatBotGPT at all, thanks for sharing this i will try to look for it as new thing to know. How are you today, Kandase? Morning from Indonesia
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
Some changes are for the good and some bad. I am well, thank you for asking. Hope you and your family are fine.
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@MrDenata (7374)
• Indonesia
26 Jan
@Kandae11 me too, fine as always, thank you for asking. Have a great day kandase
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@snowy22315 (149401)
• United States
25 Jan
I saw something about this on TV recently. It is like nobody will need to know how to do anything anymore other than plug in their AI.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
25 Jan
Getting there step by step.
@marguicha (199202)
• Chile
25 Jan
I don´t use the word "sin". But in this case I would do it.
@allknowing (111090)
• India
25 Jan
Everything on a platter will make everyone lazy and lead to Alzheimer's
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@Kandae11 (50142)
26 Jan
Definitely , laziness will step in bringing with it intellectual stagnation.
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@RasmaSandra (61547)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
25 Jan
I would not like something like this helping me. I gives me great pleasure to use my creativity both in my writing and poetry and sharing it with others. I would not want someone or something to take this pleasure from me,
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• United States
25 Jan
It seems pretty scary when you actually think about it.
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@Kandae11 (50142)
25 Jan
Very scary indeed. Students will become intellectually lazy.
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