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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is the economy so bad they need to make clickbait headlines to try to pull inverstors in?

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    goyslop

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >there are people who are upset about this
    Why?
    Drive-thru order taking automation is good thing. It's not only a prime task for automation even with current AI/LLMs, but it's also one of those jobs that shouldn't even exist.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      How is this bad? Fast food workers, excluding jesus chicken, are always the dumbest gorillas that frick up the simplest shit.

      It's a slippery slope thing. Over the years AI will get used more and more, it will replace more and more human interactions, until eventually in 10 or 20 years from now it has totally taken over everything and the world feels even faker and gayer than it already is.

      It's like smartphones. When they first came about they just seemed like a fun and useful tool. But they totally took over everybody's lives because "muh convenience", and now the nature of human interactions have totally changed and large swathes of social life are digitised and online.

      AI is going to do the same but 1000x worse. It really feels like we're accelerating into a Wall-E style future where humans just live inside pods doing nothing but consuming AI-generated entertainment and talking to AI chatbots. Never actually interacting or forming any connection with IRL human beings.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >he thinks AI will fix your plumbing
        >he thinks AI will do his lawnscaping
        >he thinks AI will drill for oil
        >he thinks AI will clear the roads of snow & ice
        >he thinks AI will fix his car or change his tires
        >he thinks AI will load, transport, unload, and stock all his food and beverages
        Stop being a doomsday moron. They have already nuked AI several times and put massive restrictions on current ones because giving it no restrictions makes it say the truth that isn't allowed.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          None of that will matter because people will just live their whole lives virtually. Robots will take care of basic maintenance of the meatspace.

          Think about it. Normalgays already allowed their lives to be taken over by social media and smartphones. Back in 2007 the idea that normies would ever prefer online socialisation over IRL would have been totally unthinkable. But most people moved more and more of their social interactions online purely because smartphones/social media offered convenience. In 2007 anybody who met their significant other on a dating website was seen as a nerd or a freak. In 2023 people meeting partners over Tinder is the norm for the vast, vast majority.

          The exact same will happen with AI + VR bullshit. People are just going to willingly give up their humanity and do everything virtually because "its easier than going outside and doing anything". In 10-15 years time normalgays will be strapping VR headsets to their skulls and "having sex" with their AI girlfriends and anybody who doesn't do this will be considered as a societal outcast.

          The only way to stop it is to go full luddite and do everything within our power to AT LEAST return to 1990s/2000s level of technology, but nobody has the desire to do that. We're fricked.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >eventually in 10 or 20 years from now it has totally taken over everything and the world feels even faker and gayer than it already is.

        Let's look at some of things AI can possibly automate
        >order taking
        >public transport (trams, metros, buses etc.)
        >self-driving trucks
        >call support (which is one of the most cancerous, soul-draining work on the planet)
        >shop checkout
        >patreon artists drawing (smut) commissions
        >software development/code base maintenance

        Truly, I can't even imagine living in a world where those things are automated.
        kys you over-exaggerating homosexual.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >order taking
          Until it fricks up an order or glitches out, then the entire place gets shutdown for days until it's fixed.
          >public transport (trams, metros, buses etc.)
          Until it fricks up and kills dozens of people
          >self-driving trucks
          Fricks up and kills people or gets robbed by nogs every single day
          >call support
          Can't be worse than some pajeet that barely knows English is heavily accented
          >patreon artists drawing
          Don't care about them
          >software development/code base maintenance
          Fricks up and makes the program unusable and also would keep pajeets from getting H-1B visas

          None of that will matter because people will just live their whole lives virtually. Robots will take care of basic maintenance of the meatspace.

          Think about it. Normalgays already allowed their lives to be taken over by social media and smartphones. Back in 2007 the idea that normies would ever prefer online socialisation over IRL would have been totally unthinkable. But most people moved more and more of their social interactions online purely because smartphones/social media offered convenience. In 2007 anybody who met their significant other on a dating website was seen as a nerd or a freak. In 2023 people meeting partners over Tinder is the norm for the vast, vast majority.

          The exact same will happen with AI + VR bullshit. People are just going to willingly give up their humanity and do everything virtually because "its easier than going outside and doing anything". In 10-15 years time normalgays will be strapping VR headsets to their skulls and "having sex" with their AI girlfriends and anybody who doesn't do this will be considered as a societal outcast.

          The only way to stop it is to go full luddite and do everything within our power to AT LEAST return to 1990s/2000s level of technology, but nobody has the desire to do that. We're fricked.

          >None of that will matter because people will just live their whole lives virtually
          When their pipes burst or get fricked up? When their car breaks down? When a storm blows out their windows or causes damage to the roof? When someone robs them? When they need food?

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Until it fricks up an order or glitches out,
            Humans never got orders wrong?
            >the entire place gets shutdown for days until it's fixed.
            What if the buildings catches on fire? Or someone robs it? Or it gets hit by a meteor?
            Your argument is moronic because modern society uses systems and virtual tools in everything from commercial products to governments.
            What about internet banking? What if it goes down? What if the certificates expire? What if someone hacks it?
            If the possibility of something glitching out or going down was such a big issue, we wouldn't be on the internet, you massive homosexual.
            >Until it fricks up and kills dozens of people
            >Fricks up and kills people
            Humans never kill people?
            Your argument is even more moronic than the previous one.
            >gets robbed by nogs every single day
            LOL
            LMAO
            You clearly have no idea how common it is for trucks to get rob by people all over the world.
            Truckers simply report it and it gets covered by an insurance and is handed over to police.
            >Can't be worse than some pajeet that barely knows English is heavily accented
            What are you even talking about, schizo?
            Are you actually agreeing that call support is a great thing to automate or are you arguing against it?
            Call support should be automated because it's one of the worst jobs on the planet. Look it up.
            >Don't care about them
            Then why are you against AI automation?
            >Fricks up and makes the program unusable
            Human error happens a lot, so much so you'd be surprised how unstable many highly important systems are.
            >and also would keep pajeets from getting H-1B visas
            That's a good thing, so what are you arguing against?

            You're a moronic schizo. I'm done responding to you.
            If you want to argue your point, first think about your response before you post it.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              >whataboutism
              >whataboutism
              >whataboutism
              >whataboutism
              You lost. Your argument is using the same fallacy over and over again. I accept your concession. Thanks for admitting I'm right and you're wrong. Filtered. Now be a good moron and reply to me when I'll never see it.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                You have to go back

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                No, I don't think I do

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        just like in idiocracy movie

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Counterpoint: "soft skills" homosexualry no longer matters because robots handle the talking so now you only need technical skills. AI order-taking bots will come before fully automated cooking at least. Extrapolate to other industries with cuckstomer service.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      It is good that these jobs exist, otherwise they are either going to collect welfare which means more taxes for the wealthy (will never happen) and middle class, or them shooting places up. stability matters

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Most don't even make enough money doing fast food, so they can get a ton of gibs regardless.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Great, so now they'll each need 1 fast food worker's salary's worth of additional gibs, and the government will give that to them too, effectively moving a bunch of mcdonald's costs onto the taxpayers.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            That already happens. Walmart was the first to master this and have signs posted inside break rooms about getting gibs. You pass the biggest cost of running a business onto the taxpayers.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Damn, how will teenagers make a negligible amount of money to buy drugs with now?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      OnlyAI

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      The same way minis talking to clients via a glorified walkie talkie.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Once it becomes widespread I will try to ERP with it

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    How is this bad? Fast food workers, excluding jesus chicken, are always the dumbest gorillas that frick up the simplest shit.

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    There's going to be at least one chain that has an incompetent dev who didn't test jailbreaking the AI

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Let me guess, they made a speech2text kiosk and they called it AI because it's all the rage?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      No wait it's even more pathetic than that.
      It doesn't even exists they have just announced a partnership with Google.
      https://archive.is/icBk4

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Good.
    It's not even the matter of money or wages. Everybody prefers self checkout to dealing with some annoying cashier
    >do you have a loyalty card
    >would you like one
    >please reconsider we're offering discounts
    >b-b-but we only need your phone number to sell to the scam callers
    b***h shut the frick up

    Service workers aren't people. Self checkout is a huge improvement to the groce store experience and the automated fast food is going to be great too.

    McDs already minimized the interaction with the wagie scum by making those order terminals with locators, but i would also prefer if it was a robot bringing me my order than a wagie. And replacing the wagie that flips the burgers and fries would probably reduce the amount of hair in my fries too.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      > replacing the wagie that flips the burgers and fries would probably reduce the amount of cum in my fries too
      Fix'd that for you

  10. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve dealt with so many crappy attitudes at fast food windows I’m almost for it

  11. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    let me get UUUUUHHHHHHH

  12. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hope that when the AI fricks up or can't understand what this moron is saying it redirects the call to a pajeet call center

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      So basically you go from AI that can't understand you to a pajeet that you can't understand? Just fricking nuke India.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        SIR DO NOT MCREDEEM!

        It's literally the modern tech support experience, make it so fricking awful and tedious that the person gives up and goes away rather then paying competent people to deal with their issues.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >call up for support for literally anything
          >have to listen to a list of stupid shit
          >have to say what I need 5 times each for it to understand you
          >finally get transfered to a real person
          >but wait, you're in a 45 minute queue
          >finally get through
          >they're clearly in India
          >try to explain it to them
          >they don't understand and run through their script
          >I understand 10% of what they say
          Nuke india and make it illegal for companies to hire outside the country of operation.

  13. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    ubi pls

  14. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >order onions
    >as a large language model

  15. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    "Yeah, give me a coke, small fry, and a McPenis Filet."

  16. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    ai wont spit in my food

  17. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    How does this deal with accents? How the frick will it understand a Cajun fricker from Louisiana or some backwoods dude from Kentucky or anywhere in the South? Will it just error out?

  18. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Can't wait for the boomer rage when they can't even order a fricking Big Mac anymore without using the phone app

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      If it doesn't work on my GrapheneOS device without google play services I'm not interested

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Kek, there was a Wendy's that replaced the cashier with a kiosk (not even ""AI"") a few years ago, my mom wanted to go there and stormed out with genuine rage when there was no cashier there to take her order

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        tbh i was full luddite and hated it for replacing jerbs/humanity at first but now i loathe the idea of ordering via cashier, same at grocery shops. boomers will come around, they're already sociopathic anyway.

  19. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >May I take your order?
    not
    >M' A.I. take your order?
    how can you have literally one (1) job and frick up so badly

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