AI Taking our jobs

This is state-of-the-art technology.

The AI (Claude API) generates the intertwined background lore, characters and story plots, of any book you might desire (and coherently). It does not include the finale prose for now, but it does include a lot of the basis & background you might need.

Caveat: it costs one dollar to generate all the cells for one project. The cost is high, but again, this is top quality as far as I know.

Here is the full code with instructions:
https://pastebin.com/8JvDYwJi

If you can code better, then do it.
I don't have the time & patience.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Dwarf fortress did this and more without a single matrix on your GPU, and it was more immersive, shut the frick up homosexual.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Can I run this on my local machine?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Not local, unless you have 16gb VRAM GPU, the time to wait for it to generate, and then much lower expectations about the quality.

      https://i.imgur.com/sDkLlhD.gif

      >at long last humanity invents AI
      >nerds invest immense amounts of time and money into automating away the fun part of every creative endeavour
      >the boring parts? nah we can't do those "for now"

      What are the boring parts according to you? I'm always on lookout for ideas.

      >AI slop
      >top quality
      Once the market is saturated, everyone will know it's AI slop. The same goes with AI images. You've seen one, you've seen them all.

      Hey!
      It's me, your local marketing and communications specialist!
      You know how we took everything authentic and sucked the novelty out of it? How we ripped everything from that lifeless body of work you so enjoyed, and repatched it in a statistically mass-appealing configuration? How we surgically placed various dicks, veganas, and nondescript genitals all over it? Well, now it's all done automatically! You can even do it yourself! Think about all the stories you'll be able to generate! All the games you'll be able to create! Think of all the replicas of Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, and Star Wars that you'll be able to read through! We know how important an inclusive and diverse set of characters is when creating rich and spanning worlds, that's why our new Artist Metrics™ will make sure the generated story appropriately represents the struggle of indigenous and african peoples! Enjoy yourself anon!

      This is merely a proof of concept. It can be refined to combine the AI workload with the User's taste and input. You would interact with the AI to build the book together. For example, you could interrupt and correct the way it is going. It will all be about controlling the "flow" better than other writers, and maybe faster (to stream narrative content in real-time to a readerbase).

      The artists won't be replaced but they will be enhanced. I know it's what people say all the time but I think it could be true and I will try to push in that direction when I come back to this imminently. If you have feature requests I'll try to take a look.

      Cave paintings have died but only to be replaced with something more powerful & intricate. It should be the same. It is time to team up with the AI because there's no stopping this train. You can always be a cave dweller if you so desire.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >the time to wait for it to generate
        How long does it take?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          A few words per second.
          >The search results indicate that the RTX 3060 with 12GB of VRAM is capable of running smaller LLaMA models like the 7B and 13B versions, with performance in the range of 25-40 tokens per second

          >controlling the "flow" better than other writers, and maybe faster
          >artists won't be replaced but they will be enhanced
          >cave paintings have died
          >You can always be a cave dweller if you so desire
          You are lost. Technological progress doesn't follow the same pattern as changes in the arts. Case in point, the cave paintings which you so despise are more viscerally captivating than anything you can generate with current AIs (or humans). Art is by definition elusive, communicative of lived experiences within a time and a space. Cave paintings aren't merely squiggly lines on a rock, they're a projection of our own inner world at the time. What you're happy about replacing isn't art or the artist, it's the mass manufacturing of assets, for which I admit LLMs can be good, but that's only because the end result would be the same derivative crap as you'd get with human asset creators. The real art in AI is the AI itself.
          (this answer doesn't take into account theoretical AGIs, which would create art from within its own frame of references, so that would be interesting to see)

          Alright, you're not a cave dweller. I am not lost, though. First, who are you to say what is art, and what is not? That's the first thing (and I know I am ignorant about it as well and maybe I moved my lips too much).

          You are right it is mass manufacturing of assets, but these are intellectual assets. It is encroaching on the abstract which we thought only humans could do. So then what can we expect from what follows?

          Let's say I am splashing a canvas with paint. Half the job is done by randomness and gravity, yet we call that art. Is it for reason? Because if it is, then adding AI randomness and "crap" (which is its own gravity) is still not invalidating its status as a piece of art.

          Whether cave paintings are valuable or not, I would say they are definitely valuable, but not because they were simple, only because they came first and it was the bleeding edge at the time. The value is not intrinsic to the painting being without "gravity", and without "randomness". There is value in the performance, though.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >controlling the "flow" better than other writers, and maybe faster
        >artists won't be replaced but they will be enhanced
        >cave paintings have died
        >You can always be a cave dweller if you so desire
        You are lost. Technological progress doesn't follow the same pattern as changes in the arts. Case in point, the cave paintings which you so despise are more viscerally captivating than anything you can generate with current AIs (or humans). Art is by definition elusive, communicative of lived experiences within a time and a space. Cave paintings aren't merely squiggly lines on a rock, they're a projection of our own inner world at the time. What you're happy about replacing isn't art or the artist, it's the mass manufacturing of assets, for which I admit LLMs can be good, but that's only because the end result would be the same derivative crap as you'd get with human asset creators. The real art in AI is the AI itself.
        (this answer doesn't take into account theoretical AGIs, which would create art from within its own frame of references, so that would be interesting to see)

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The boring part is writing the actual fricking book. Worldbuilding is fun, writing isn't.
        As far as I know, automating that is impossible with current LLM architectures. Go into research if you want to help.
        Or don't, since that would genuinely put writers out of a job if it's possible.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >at long last humanity invents AI
    >nerds invest immense amounts of time and money into automating away the fun part of every creative endeavour
    >the boring parts? nah we can't do those "for now"

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      [...]

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Not at all, I think it would be cool for an LLM to write stories for me. But this nonsense, I have no idea why anyone would want. Genuinely baffling.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      As it should be, frick the “creatives”, should have went STEM

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        lol the creatives are just going to write a book about pain of soul then kill themselves like usual, they will never be obsoleted

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          The fate of an ACKtist

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      There are infinite creative endeavor to explore with our human minds. Human time wasting on garbage like creating roleplaying shit, fictional stories, art, music, etc. is imo stupid.

      The real creative endeavor is solving the mysteries of the universe. The unknowns, the unknown unknowns and the further out scope that AI are limited by today.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >if you don't have an iq of 145 you don't deserve anything good
        Thanks, I sure don't hear that enough times per day.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I dont understand how IQ has anything to do with human mind scoping out beyond what we already know. All I'm saying is real interest should be in the unknowns and the unsolved. Not the solved/mundane.

          For me, the real "interest" zone and the spark of creativity comes not from mundane but from the strange/new/weird/etc. Our minds close as we form strict relations with the world at large with what we know, the more we know, the stricter the relation. This closes our mind to other open possibilities. Which can be both good and bad, depending on the context. But in terms of raw creativity, interest generation, truth seeking, etc, you need to explore the unknown. Thus the only wholesome worth for human mind is to search for these unknown, new, creative, interesting, open ended scenarios. Thats what human minds should be put to work ideally. Regurgitating pop music for the millionth time, regurgitating generic rpg character, generic fictional story, etc have no real value imo. AIs should absolutely be used to automate these nonsensical grunt work. They aren't interesting in any way. Not even when you apply iterative functions to these already common things are they interesting.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I assumed "solving the mysteries of the universe" was code for doing research in physics or chemistry or something, for which you need very high intelligence and conscientiousness these days; everything doable by <145 IQ people has been done. If instead it's code for posting on /x/, I guess that's fine.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Its not code for anything. Your brain creating a hard coded references to /x/ or physics is the limiting factor. The mind needs to be more fuzzy and open ended if you want to search for truth, feel anything of real interest, creativity, etc.

              Otherwise, you're no better than AI that's just regurgitating the goyslops

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >you're no better than AI
                Thanks, I sure don't hear that enough times per day.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >stop doing fun things

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >its no fun when you're engaging in creative, interesting, unknown, and unsolved mysteries of the universe

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                What mysteries have you solved?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                If its solved, then its not a mystery.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Oh. What mysteries have you engaged in, then?

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Get a trucker's license

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >AI slop
    >top quality
    Once the market is saturated, everyone will know it's AI slop. The same goes with AI images. You've seen one, you've seen them all.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

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      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        [...]

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Hey!
    It's me, your local marketing and communications specialist!
    You know how we took everything authentic and sucked the novelty out of it? How we ripped everything from that lifeless body of work you so enjoyed, and repatched it in a statistically mass-appealing configuration? How we surgically placed various dicks, veganas, and nondescript genitals all over it? Well, now it's all done automatically! You can even do it yourself! Think about all the stories you'll be able to generate! All the games you'll be able to create! Think of all the replicas of Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, and Star Wars that you'll be able to read through! We know how important an inclusive and diverse set of characters is when creating rich and spanning worlds, that's why our new Artist Metrics™ will make sure the generated story appropriately represents the struggle of indigenous and african peoples! Enjoy yourself anon!

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    finally

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >AI Taking our jobs
    FINALLY!
    HOOOOOOORRRRAAAYYYYY!!
    I DON'T NEED TO WORK ANYMORE!!!

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    This post looks like it was written by someone who doesn't know what a proxy is, let alone ST. Do you even know which Claude model you're using?

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's a nice idea but novelcrafter is already light years ahead of this and integrates both commercial and local models seamlessly, along with having a dynamic prompt system that's genuinely unique.

    AI writing is still shit, and is likely to remain so for the foreseeable future, but it can be a useful tool once in a while.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I absolutely understand why someone would want to make this tool, it's an interesting leveraging of LLMs. At the same time, I have absolutely no clue why anybody would ever want to read its output.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >LLM can write something that reads like a teenager's fanfiction.net post
    wooooow

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