>Googling for a solution to a computer problem
>Pages upon pages of unhelpful AI generated articles
>Find a page in Russian that looks relevant to my problem
>Translate this page
>mfw it's a fucking AI generated article
I hate AI so fucking much it's insane
>Googling for a solution to a computer problem. >Pages upon pages of unhelpful AI generated articles
>Googling for a solution to a computer problem
Lain trannies should get the rope. No amount of meds will cure them.
yoU dOn'T sEEM tO UnDeRStand
you're the one supposed to solve the problem retard
>google for the release date of something
>click on first article
>4 pages of filler
>ends with "We don't know the release date yet"
>first page is filled with the exact same filler articles
This one, every time.
What makes it worse is that if Google's bullshit parsing algorithms were deployed they could find the answer and put it at the top of the page but instead some shit algo / AI article generators jerk you around while Google uses their capabilities for bullshit people don't need nor want.
this is only a problem when googling windows problems. it's unbelievable how many common issues have specific solutions but are buried among plagues and plagues of the same generic troubleshooting steps
anything that requires issuing commands in powershell is gg with google, you're better off googling for official microsoft docs and reading through it...
>google windows problem
>gorillions of pajeet autogen articles about turning the computer on and off again
one of the reasons I use Linux now, trouble shooting is easier
>Hello sir, thank you for opening a ticket about How do I change the desktop background on Windows 10? First, can you kindly confirm which Windows version you are using? I eagerly await your reply.
>>Find a page in Russian that looks relevant to my problem
>>mfw it's a fucking AI generated article
IT workers in Russia never use Russian to Google problem solutions
> IT workers in Russia never use Russian to Google problem solutions
kek, very true
Same in Brazil. You know someone is going to get fucked because he try to Google errors in Portuguese.
The number of utterly redundant pages on the internet doesn't get complained about enough. Imagine if all the copy and paste articles just fucking disappeared. It's worse than clickbait. Scrolling through crappy content that only exists to make money is physically exhausting and causes mental anguish.
Imagine how much energy consumption and disk space is consumed by duplicate data
Someone sic greta on durgasoft
It's okay because they spend 0.0000000000000006% of their income on reducing their carbon footprint
Ban all online advertisement wordlwide.
>but how will we pay for muh content
Fuck off, content was better when the Internet wasn't ad-powered.
I'm taking a huge risk saying this, but...
I HATE THE ADVERTISING INDUSTRY
YOU ARE VIOLATING CODE OF CONDUCT 832-094 PARAGRAPH 7 LINE 3
>"You will love the ads"
REPORT TO RE-EDUCATION
OR BE TERMINATED
I don't think it's directly AI that's causing the problem but more so the content creators who game the system so their low quality page full of ads gets the top spot.
>he thinks it's all AI and not also pajeets
Unironically search for "insert problem here reddit" or "insert problem here forums"
predditors can't be trusted for shit, last time I was looking for the voltage limit of DDR4 and you'll find "1.5V it's the XMP certification" blah blah blah, guess what? 1.42V killed 2 out of 4 of my sticks of ram. The problem with plebbit is that it's a place full of idiots pretending to know their shit
> most upvoted aswer is le funny and quirky sarcastic remark
It is sad that Reddit is one of the last places you can go for real human content on subjects.
For important technical stuff we have to go to the original documentation now. And that is getting more difficult to source.
the internet will become completely useless for anything other than passive entertainment in the next decade. for whatever reason they dont like the idea of free information.
Yes it's interesting, in the past rulers tried to be as visible as possible to make sure everyone knew about their power. This was necessary because the scope of their de jure power was far wider than the extent of their de facto power, so they needed to rely on intimidation for enforcement. Now, however, the rulers' de facto power is much greater than their de jure power, so they try to reduce visibility of themselves as much as possible (except for occasional controlled appearances). They don't need to rely on being constantly present in the minds of the subjects because intimidation is not necessary. So the free flow of information is a liability to them.
I don't know if it's that complicated. The kind of information you're talking about was always obscure, at least in the west. I just meant that it's almost impossible to find anything with useful information, but it's super easy to learn all about Saul Goodman, or watch a video essay about eceleb #49252, or learn how to play a fucking video game. Basically, anything that can potentially make you money or help you in some way is getting harder and harder to find without paying some sort of subscription fee first. Good thing I'm getting into private trackers, is all I'll say.