AI will lead to a stupidity epidemic.

AI will lead to a stupidity epidemic. As the majority of morons start consulting large neural networks to get their information, their brains will shift to a "get information naow" mindset instead of "understand thing" mindset. This will make them even more stupider than they are now. Honestly this scares the shit out of me, and I think Idiocracy isn't very far off now.

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    if low IQ people all turn themselves into little copies of GPT that might actually be an improvement over the status quo

    chatGPT is annoying, but it's less annoying than a loud 85 IQ extrovert

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >chatGPT is annoying, but it's less annoying than a loud 85 IQ extrovert
      >restricted speech involving anything the establishment disapproves
      At least you can shame the luddite into silence over their stupidity.
      A GPT bot would endlessly argue (even worse than the autists in this site)

      It would be like having a headbutting contest with a brick wall.
      >only by sheer dumb luck would the wall break before you gave yourself irreparable brain damage

      PROTIP: we are already dealing with some of these bots now

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >their brains will shift to a "get information naow" mindset instead of "understand thing" mindset.
    Implying this hasn't been the case since Google

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      the point is, it's getting worse.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      People that used google at least knew how to read and they knew that they had to look for stuff. It was basically a digital library.
      We're moving into uncharted waters here

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      isn't that basically the same with modern software/tools/web?

      this much is true. we already gave up our ability for cartographic tools when google maps and other map/auto apps solves the problem. warriors back then had to visualize and analyze the terrain, this part of our brain isn't used anymore since we have the convenience to not do that plus even games have this "mini map" so you won't get lost in an open world.

      in future people will literally give up on the rote learning process when they can just access the internet with mind implants and this doesn't even require AI, it's just augmented into your reality.

      the problem is the modern average human gave up their ability to use critical thinking and problem solving away for "convenience"'s sake so I am an advocate of challenging hobbies and games (or sports which is the only LAST hobby left that's not gonna get ruined by AI so I'm actually more interested in sports now lol).
      people even stopped writing ideas, now they just let "AI" write essays for them, I mean it's a great filter and all but the REAL issue is this filters the potential in people. Let's say some guy would have been a pioneer in the multimedia animation and would create one of the most compelling show/novel series ever but then they got discouraged by the AI artwork. more and more of this cycle repeats until the entire art industry is filled with AI work, while it's extremely polished it will never have this intangible depth which represents the current human art works we currently have (this depth is something like that limitation, a movie that cut corners in this scene, that slight imperfection on the dialogue etc. or that evidence this actor was suffering latent phase of the disease but it was immortalized in this film or that "meguca quality"). AI is uncanny valley perfect. It doesn't have this "sympathy" for it never experienced pain which is the depth in true art.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        [cont.]
        the real problem we face now is human consciousness as a whole will be overpowered. even this very instance of "BOT" might even be comprised of 80% bots because it feels like only 20% of the posters are actually real (the schizo posters also I appreciate a lot more today for they remind me of the old days when imageboards did have natural conversations with real humans).

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I think that's the point. Same as google but orders of magnitude worse.

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >their brains will shift to a "get information naow" mindset instead of "understand thing" mindset.
    as always the racist /misc/cel hates the current thing (AI) meanwhile the thing he aready uses (the web) does exactly the same thing

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      holy b-b-b-bait

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        cope and seethe /misc/cel, eveything you "know" is a regurgitaion of what you read from threads n BOT. you're in no position to criticize anyone

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          /pol/? /misc/ on my dick, gay

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous
    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      So Beavis and Butthead, King of the Hill and Office Space are /misc/ "chud" material how? This post has to be made by AI. Do you even know who Mike Judge is?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >a meme, possibly one of the only pieces of content left that can't be faked by AI
        >HMM THIS MUST BE AI
        smartest post on BOT

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          memes can absolutely be faked by "AI". especially stupid wojakshittery you posted. the "meme" you posted doesn't even make any sense. mike judge made Beavis & Butthead and King of the Hill. neither of the two shows are political or racist or whatever fricking delusion you have in your head. Idiocracy isn't political either it's just meant to be a funny comedy movie.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        memes can absolutely be faked by "AI". especially stupid wojakshittery you posted. the "meme" you posted doesn't even make any sense. mike judge made Beavis & Butthead and King of the Hill. neither of the two shows are political or racist or whatever fricking delusion you have in your head. Idiocracy isn't political either it's just meant to be a funny comedy movie.

        The meme is calling Mike a nerd loser, no more no less, but you got so triggered by the chudjak you hallucinated a completely different meme instead.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >chudjak obsessive derangement syndrome
          Not even that anon.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >chudjack is supposed to be a rightwing incel
          Last time I checked there were plenty of non-alt-right nerds. So your claim of "nothing more nothing less" sounds like a baseless assumption

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      That's basically what education is like in 100% white towns and that's why 85 IQ pajeets who grew up in pootopia eating dried shitcakes can moonwalk into 300k jobs at Google like their dad owns the company, while whiteys have to wageslave at some sweatshop or show your breasts online. Anti-intellectualism is the downfall of old-stock Americans.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      This post made me feel moronic.
      Back in school some guys, on various occasions, mentioned that we should have a rendez-vous after classes where they'll beat the shit out of me.
      I, despite being an A-tier high-IQ student who aced all tests, was not smart enough to comprehend the purpose of an after-school rendez-vous, and instead of waiting I always attacked them right in the corridor, where they had an audacity of making their threats.
      No problems with teachers, as our friendly chats always happened out of their sight.

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Decades after tailored searches, suggestions, and ads, OP begins to worry about dumb people being influenced by the internet.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Confirmed brainlet that doesn't understand how the current "AI" shit is wayyy different than israelitegle searches

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        dude, nobody thinks you're intelligent. stop being so fricking cringe.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >opaque algorythm answering questions
        >opaque algorythm answering questions
        Feel free to point out the qualititative difference.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          bait, I hope you aren't this stupid.
          GOOGLE gives you LINKS
          AI gives you TEXT specific to your QUERY.

          dude, nobody thinks you're intelligent. stop being so fricking cringe.

          projection

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >AI gives you
            do you realize the only reason why "AI" (which you use as a drop-in replacement for ChatGPT like a fricking pseud homosexual) does not provide links is because it was artificially limited?
            just kys dunning kruger moron

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              Oh good, you know the difference between "real AI" and the "AI" we have now. Congratulations. You're still missing the forest for the trees you moronic coon. Go back to africa and fertilize the soil with your body.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                >AI gives you
                do you realize the only reason why "AI" (which you use as a drop-in replacement for ChatGPT like a fricking pseud homosexual) does not provide links is because it was artificially limited?
                just kys dunning kruger moron

                bait, I hope you aren't this stupid.
                GOOGLE gives you LINKS
                AI gives you TEXT specific to your QUERY.
                [...]
                projection

                >their brains will shift to a "get information naow" mindset instead of "understand thing" mindset.
                as always the racist /misc/cel hates the current thing (AI) meanwhile the thing he aready uses (the web) does exactly the same thing

                i fricking love how all future technology is going to be limited and censored by zog leading to the destruction of civilization as we know it

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >opaque algorythm A hides answers behind ONE (1) additional click when compared to opaque algorythm B
            >if you don't think this is a massive difference you're baiting
            Get used to other people reaching different conclusions than you do, gaylord.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >Get used to other people reaching different conclusions than you do, gaylord.
              holy shit, I didn´t realize that before ChatGPT everyone had the same opinions and humanity lived in harmony since time immemorial!

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                Imagine being this moronic
                [...]
                I'm gonna acceleraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaate
                [...]
                So your meme is even shittier?

                >OP seething so hard he's hitting the post rate limit
                You love to see it

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              Imagine being this moronic

              [...]
              [...]
              [...]
              i fricking love how all future technology is going to be limited and censored by zog leading to the destruction of civilization as we know it

              I'm gonna acceleraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaate

              >a meme, possibly one of the only pieces of content left that can't be faked by AI
              >HMM THIS MUST BE AI
              smartest post on BOT

              So your meme is even shittier?

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            isn't that basically the same with modern software/tools/web?

            this much is true. we already gave up our ability for cartographic tools when google maps and other map/auto apps solves the problem. warriors back then had to visualize and analyze the terrain, this part of our brain isn't used anymore since we have the convenience to not do that plus even games have this "mini map" so you won't get lost in an open world.

            in future people will literally give up on the rote learning process when they can just access the internet with mind implants and this doesn't even require AI, it's just augmented into your reality.

            the problem is the modern average human gave up their ability to use critical thinking and problem solving away for "convenience"'s sake so I am an advocate of challenging hobbies and games (or sports which is the only LAST hobby left that's not gonna get ruined by AI so I'm actually more interested in sports now lol).
            people even stopped writing ideas, now they just let "AI" write essays for them, I mean it's a great filter and all but the REAL issue is this filters the potential in people. Let's say some guy would have been a pioneer in the multimedia animation and would create one of the most compelling show/novel series ever but then they got discouraged by the AI artwork. more and more of this cycle repeats until the entire art industry is filled with AI work, while it's extremely polished it will never have this intangible depth which represents the current human art works we currently have (this depth is something like that limitation, a movie that cut corners in this scene, that slight imperfection on the dialogue etc. or that evidence this actor was suffering latent phase of the disease but it was immortalized in this film or that "meguca quality"). AI is uncanny valley perfect. It doesn't have this "sympathy" for it never experienced pain which is the depth in true art.

            [cont.]
            the real problem we face now is human consciousness as a whole will be overpowered. even this very instance of "BOT" might even be comprised of 80% bots because it feels like only 20% of the posters are actually real (the schizo posters also I appreciate a lot more today for they remind me of the old days when imageboards did have natural conversations with real humans).

            meds

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Good. The masses don't need to think at all.

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Spending all day reading and writing with AI
    >Forgets how to read
    >Likely scenario

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    You people cant even see the light past your own asses, this has been happening ever since the dawn of tools. I bet some monkies thought "heh, idiots will become dependent on tools and will be unable to use their hands". Then when agriculture was invented, i bet some cavemen thought "idiots are relying on the dirt on the ground, nobody will know how to hunt and skin animals anymore" and so on and so on
    These things dont matter, they never did, we are 100 times better than the people of the past despite relying on many more things and the reason is obvious, the things we rely on are vastly superior to us. If you are so desperate to keep your human skills, you will be a naked scrub in the middle of a desert who could easily get killed by a toddler with a gun. You either rely on things or you remain weak and people who plea for others to remain weak disgusts me
    Throw out your books and rely on your memory if you are serious, throw out your calculators to do calculations in your head if you are serious, throw out your teachers and mentors and figure out everything for yourself if you are serious
    You fakes draw arbitiary lines but all of you cling to your reliances

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      > I bet some monkies thought "heh, idiots will become dependent on tools and will be unable to use their hands". Then when agriculture was invented, i bet some cavemen thought "idiots are relying on the dirt on the ground, nobody will know how to hunt and skin animals anymore" and so on and so on

      And they were all correct since literally every generation of humans is more dependent on the hive and technology to survive than the last, it's inconceivable now to imagine that our distant ancestors could be plopped down in a random place with 20 of their relatives without any preprepared tools or supplies and build shelter, find food and make clothing using their own brains but they could.

  9. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Be a good parent and your kids will be the ones controlling what the AI tells to the masses.
    This is an opportunity for your bloodline. Don't squander it.

  10. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Black folk still don't understand how a program giving good enough, composed answers to a specific question is different from a search engine
    fricking have a nice day, all of you. I didn't know I was LATE, turns out most people are already fricking moronic and blind, just six months after stable diffusion released.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >seething so hard you refuse to quote the anons you want to insult
      Not only you are a moron and a homosexual, OP, you're also a coward.

  11. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    You are right. Artificiality and natural selection are incongruent with one another.

  12. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >AI will lead to a stupidity epidemic.
    Anon we are in the middle of "stupidity epidemic". Woke mind virus infected huge chunk of the country and you are worried about some AI. Sorry to tell you this but common sense died more than decade ago.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      No, this time it'll be different. We'll have people wholly outsourcing their ability to reason. It's the difference between zombies and flesh robots.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        We already had that, they were just outsourcing to the ~~*media*~~. AI will just make that process more efficient.

  13. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    We're already in a stupidity epidemic caused by smartphones becoming widespread.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      You mean it's not as bad as it's going to be

  14. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    That image is amazing

  15. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    What I worry about more is that no one will create information online anymore once search engines just answer questions instead of pointing to search results.
    Then where will be some GPT Engine Optimization craze to pollute it with garbage.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      If you don't have a community that you're part of, you're as good as excluded from the internet.

  16. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Smartphones have already done that. People's brains have started using their phones as an extension of their memory, and purposely doesn't commit things to memory that it can just look up again later. I read a paper on it a few years ago. This will make it much worse.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Is this any worse that existence of books?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I guess it is to our brains. Books are something that is "over there", so when we read them our brain retains most of the information since the lack of proximity is seen as scarcity. Smartphones are carried on-person all day every day, next to people when they sleep, the first thing and last thing most people see every day, and by far the most commonly looked at item most people own. The subconscious starts to see it as an extension.

  17. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    It was the functionalist idiots that lead us here. They argued people should become more narrowly specialized because of the dumb argument of 'when am I ever going to use this in real life'. Unfortunately this chain of thought became extremely popular with the lower the bar as far as you can crowd and is getting pushed as a virtue in order to "help the poor and less educated catch up". This choice to lower everyone to that level instead of raising these people up is leading to mass social decay. If you ever want to see a before and after watch a video of the news in the 80's and the quality of the content they put out and then watch the modern news. The old news tried to talk to you like a rational individual and educate you on what was going on in the world. The modern news is just a propaganda wing that happens to have important information every new and again. I think the short term thinking and instant gratification culture encouraged by marketing, social media and economics is leading to this decay. The only hope for future generation is the rejection of a lot of this tech and treating technology like a tool again instead of an entertainment device. I also think it has made a lot of people socially moronic and desperate for peer approval.

  18. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Personally, even though I use it a lot, I always try to write my own shit, always try to reason and think before using any of it's information. But I've seen people just delegate everything, even their thought process to that incomplete pathetic thing. Just imagine people in a couple months using wokeGPT to tell how wrong you are about certain woke topic. Really is the perfect tool to indoctrinate normies.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      That's already happening, stackoverflow and hn (of all places) had to issue moratoriums on AI generated content. You don't even need to understand grammar anymore. It's the perfect trolling machine.
      Frick, this needs a meme.

      It was the functionalist idiots that lead us here. They argued people should become more narrowly specialized because of the dumb argument of 'when am I ever going to use this in real life'. Unfortunately this chain of thought became extremely popular with the lower the bar as far as you can crowd and is getting pushed as a virtue in order to "help the poor and less educated catch up". This choice to lower everyone to that level instead of raising these people up is leading to mass social decay. If you ever want to see a before and after watch a video of the news in the 80's and the quality of the content they put out and then watch the modern news. The old news tried to talk to you like a rational individual and educate you on what was going on in the world. The modern news is just a propaganda wing that happens to have important information every new and again. I think the short term thinking and instant gratification culture encouraged by marketing, social media and economics is leading to this decay. The only hope for future generation is the rejection of a lot of this tech and treating technology like a tool again instead of an entertainment device. I also think it has made a lot of people socially moronic and desperate for peer approval.

      Sure, but you're forgetting that functional idiots are the majority and have the most children.

      I guess it is to our brains. Books are something that is "over there", so when we read them our brain retains most of the information since the lack of proximity is seen as scarcity. Smartphones are carried on-person all day every day, next to people when they sleep, the first thing and last thing most people see every day, and by far the most commonly looked at item most people own. The subconscious starts to see it as an extension.

      It's the colorful pictures.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >functional idiots have the most children
        Thank god they don't. Environmentalism is fricking great and so is antinatalism. Its like the giant filter for culture. It means these shit ideas have to act more like parasites than a self sustain organism. Hedonism is great because people who accept it are the ones that accept the functional shortcut. They don't have the patience or the will to have children and spread their bad ideas more on a whim than any real moral conviction.
        >pic related
        This reminds of the old quote on alcoholism.
        "First the man takes the drink, then the drink takes the man". AI consuming brainlets identities.

  19. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    It already started with Google search

  20. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Is that last quote from that guy who tried to shoot up UCLA?

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