How do I completely ban AI from my life?

I don't want to see AI generated images.

I don't want to read AI generated text.

I don't want to listen to AI generated music.

I don't want to "talk" to AI chatbots.

I don't want to play any video game which used generative AI in its development process.

I don't want to watch any Youtube video which uses generative AI.

How can I do this? Is it possible to completely ban AI from my life? Are there any tools I can use on my computers to detect and block anything which uses AI? If not, then will that technology exist in the near-future?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    No. You need to avoid it manually. Now frick off.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >You need to avoid it manually.
      It's becoming increasingly difficult.

      BOT boards that I frequent are being non-stop spammed with AI images for the past year or more.

      I get Youtube videos recommended to me like "Video game character covers song (AI voice)" or "AI concept art" despite the fact that I have NEVER even once clicked on an AI-related Youtube video.

      Every time I google something, I get obviously AI-generated articles and pretty much nothing else.

      A lot of websites are now also implementing "AI assistants" of some kind which are really obnoxious and try to "talk" to you as if its a real person (it isn't).

      It really feels like this AI bullshit is being aggressively shilled at me, and it's gone beyond the point of being tolerable. I want it gone from my life. Now.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Just click the hide button [-] or add know "general" words to the filter list.
        Youtube recommend shit based on other shit you watch, just click the 3 dots and select "not interested" or some shit like that.
        AI assistants has been a thing for a decade now, just called differently, just call any site support number.
        >shilled
        Its the future anon, so it will only become more widespread, learn to surf the wave and avoid shit or get left behind

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I don't want to see AI generated images.
    you will and you already did
    >I don't want to read AI generated text.
    see above
    >I don't want to listen to AI generated music.
    see above
    >I don't want to "talk" to AI chatbots.
    see bove
    >I don't want to play any video game which used generative AI in its development process.
    see above + there's no way you could know that
    >I don't want to watch any Youtube video which uses generative AI.
    see above
    you lost btw

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      kys

      Why should I be forced to use/interact with technology that I don't like?

      Let's say you hate smartphones. Imagine if somebody FORCED you to use a smartphone and you had no way of interacting with the world without one.

      I know things are kind of like that anyway, but theoretically, you can still live in this world without a smartphone, you just need to make certain sacrifices and be willing to do things the old school way.

      I just want to know how I can live in this new world, without interacting with AI. There must be a way. It is absolutely criminal and immoral to force humans to use a technology they don't want to use.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        No one is forcing you to interact with ai. Literally just turn your internet off

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          you wont be able to actually ever engage in this comment troony

          /thread

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Why should I be forced to use/interact with technology that I don't like?
        nobody is forcing you to do that
        >Imagine if somebody FORCED
        but nobody actually does
        >you can still live in this world without a smartphone
        that's the whole point and many actually do, see the increasing popularity of dumbphones
        >without interacting with AI.
        are you dumb or what, I'm sure some schizo will put a list of shit that doesn't have ai in it or something, I personally don't care about either things you listed so for me it makes absolutely zero difference if what I see is done by some moron or ze evil AI.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Your only choice would be to join a monastery.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          this actually
          still a viable choice
          go live with the monks forever
          you'll be glad you did, you won't come back here

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >looks at record rate of monestaris shutting down or running a 'skeletal crew'
            but for how long? Unless buddhism randomly gets extremely popular that route too will die, especially since a lot of the monks that take vows against technology usage are unpopular in Christianty.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              The monasteries that use a lot of technology are the liberal boomer ones that are dying out, the traditionalist ones that put restrictions on what monks/nuns can do are doing better.
              Things like Dominicans aren't monks, they're priests/scholars that live in the world but under religious restrictions.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        > technology that I don't like
        you mean like a tax website? with javascript?
        because you are a fully pwned citizen and other people treat you like one.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Let's say you hate smartphones.
        nta, but I unironically hate smartphones but I still own and use one, its old as shit and I barely touch it outside of calls, texts, and banking, but I do have one.
        I just rarely use it. You can use or own something and dislike it, theres being a zealot and then theres being practical. I'm sure there are tons of people who hate tv, even to this day, but still live in homes that have them for other people when they come to hang out or visit for an extended period.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      spbp

      https://i.imgur.com/KODV8Rp.jpg

      I don't want to see AI generated images.

      I don't want to read AI generated text.

      I don't want to listen to AI generated music.

      I don't want to "talk" to AI chatbots.

      I don't want to play any video game which used generative AI in its development process.

      I don't want to watch any Youtube video which uses generative AI.

      How can I do this? Is it possible to completely ban AI from my life? Are there any tools I can use on my computers to detect and block anything which uses AI? If not, then will that technology exist in the near-future?

      You should cancel your phone plan and your internet plan. Throw your phone into a trash bin because there is AI powered TTS for calls now. Go live in the woods. Hopefully you have real friends who understand you and are willing to serve as a buffer layer between you and the rest of the world so they can be the ones that relay communication. Have fun

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    kys

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The singular answer to all of your questions is "no". And in just a couple of years, you won't be able to distinguish LLM generated content from real writing/illustrations/sounds. It will be up to humanity to be honest about whether or not they're using LLMs, and you know there's plenty of people who will refuse to be honest.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why should I be forced to interact with technology that I do not want to use? That's completely disgusting and immoral.

      Imagine if somebody FORCED a smartphone into your hand and made you use it and you weren't allowed to live in this world anymore unless you did. Would that be fair to you?

      https://i.imgur.com/G6Tov07.jpg

      Just click the hide button [-] or add know "general" words to the filter list.
      Youtube recommend shit based on other shit you watch, just click the 3 dots and select "not interested" or some shit like that.
      AI assistants has been a thing for a decade now, just called differently, just call any site support number.
      >shilled
      Its the future anon, so it will only become more widespread, learn to surf the wave and avoid shit or get left behind

      >Youtube recommend shit based on other shit you watch, just click the 3 dots and select "not interested" or some shit like that.
      I never watched any video related to AI so there is no reason whatsoever for Youtube to recommend me AI videos.

      >Its the future anon, so it will only become more widespread, learn to surf the wave and avoid shit or get left behind
      It is being shilled, though. The majority of ads that I see on the internet right now are related to AI in some way. There is huge money being spent to force AI into every sector of humans lives and massive multi-billion dollar global corporations are backing this.

      You are honestly extremely naive if you don't see anything suspicious about all of this.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yes, it's suspicious. Yes, it's immoral. But it will be shoved down our throat. It is no longer a question of morality, it is a question of where this inevitable road leads us.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    why does it bother you so much anon

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I do not want to interact with any soulless bullshit generated by a machine. It's as simple as that.

      I want to live in the real world, where real humans create real things rather than everything being mindlessly shat out by a computer algorithm.

      This should not be an unreasonable request. Up until the year 2022, I was able to live in this world without any AI-generated bullshit entering my life.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Show me an average man living in the west with a low level of bullshit in their lives. He is either living under the shade of a very respectful father who stopped his daughter from whoring enough to marry or is a recluse.

        BOT has suddenly become full of literal cultists who worship AI as a god, and I don't understand where the frick these people came from. I swear they weren't here even just 2 years ago.

        most people were against AI when they dismissed it as IF STATEMENTS but now we know IF STATEMENTS surprise and engage more than the average human. How could you not be won over unless you are happy with the level of knowledge and conversation you have. BOTentlement are more likely to be insatiable in this area.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          You sound like a schizo.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I see the AI gaslighting brigade has entered the thread right on time...

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      BOT has suddenly become full of literal cultists who worship AI as a god, and I don't understand where the frick these people came from. I swear they weren't here even just 2 years ago.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Reddit and hacker news are full of AI cultists as well. This shilling campaign can't be more obvious.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    have an AI generated image anon :3

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It sounds like you're really serious about this! While it might be a bit challenging to completely avoid AI in today's world, there are a few things you can do to minimize your exposure:

    Disable AI features: Turn off AI features on your devices, such as voice assistants, auto-suggestions, and predictive text.

    Use ad blockers: Some AI-generated content is used in advertising. Ad blockers can help minimize exposure to these.

    Limit social media: AI is often used on social media platforms for content recommendations. You might want to limit your time or usage on these platforms.

    Custom browser settings: Adjust your browser settings to limit tracking and personalized content suggestions, as these often involve AI algorithms.

    Offline activities: Engage in more offline activities where AI is less prevalent, such as reading physical books, attending live events, or participating in non-digital hobbies.

    However, keep in mind that completely avoiding AI might be quite challenging, as it has become deeply integrated into many aspects of modern technology. The technology is evolving, and tools to detect and block AI specifically might not be readily available. It's also worth considering the positive aspects of AI, such as medical advancements, improved efficiency, and innovative solutions. It's a fine balance between minimizing exposure and embracing the benefits of technological progress.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Those are some really good suggestions. Op should be thanking you, chatGPT

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/N4x2Q4V.jpg

      have an AI generated image anon :3

      have a nice day.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        That's a harmful message. Remember, if you ever feel distressed or need support, there are people who care and can help.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >feel bad
          >open up AI
          >"I feel bad"
          >"don't feel bad"
          >I don't feel bad anymore
          Its literally like a more interactive journaling... Or at least a way for you to vent your feelings to a "wall" that "bounces back" what your saying so you can figure your shit out better. I wouldn't recommend it for use as a therapist, but as a tool to help yourself understand yourself, its viable.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Even after death I will have my AI shitpost you.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >factories come and take poor people's jobs
    Ahh progress
    >AI comes and take middle class to rich people's who only produce culture and nothing practical
    ITS THE END OF THE WORLD, WE ARE GOING TO DIE, OH THE HUMANITY!!! THEY ARE PEOPLE TOO!!!
    Hypocritical at best, moronic at worst.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >goes and asks a question on BOT
    >BOT
    >where 1/3rd of othe people posting are AI
    lol, too late you played yourself!

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    block anything made after octoberish of 2022

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I don't want to see AI generated images.
    >I don't want to read AI generated text.
    These aren't even that bad
    >I don't want to listen to AI generated music.
    >I don't want to "talk" to AI chatbots.
    these are easily ignored
    >I don't want to play any video game which used generative AI in its development process.
    >I don't want to watch any Youtube video which uses generative AI.
    who cares just stop being aubreaststic

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      what a worthless comment

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >These aren't even that bad
      Most of them are extremely bad. It's not even necessarily limitations of the technology, but the fact that most people use AI to generate the EXACT SAME SHIT.

      I've seen some nice-looking AI images so long as they're given a specific style to work with, but holy frick 99.9% of AI slop on the internet is the same weird, uncanny valley, overly-glossy bullshit. Pic related for example of what I mean, I stole this from one of the AI image generals. Like why the frick do so many people generate images in this style when it looks objectively bad?

      >feel bad
      >open up AI
      >"I feel bad"
      >"don't feel bad"
      >I don't feel bad anymore
      Its literally like a more interactive journaling... Or at least a way for you to vent your feelings to a "wall" that "bounces back" what your saying so you can figure your shit out better. I wouldn't recommend it for use as a therapist, but as a tool to help yourself understand yourself, its viable.

      Black person if I was depressed and you made me talk to an "AI therapist" that would make me MORE likely to kms, not less. That's literally saying "no actual human in the world cares about you so talk to a fake robot instead".

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        The only people interested in AI bullshit are the busybody talentless idea guys that don't put in any real work. AI enables them to continue to be incredibly lazy and talentless and turn out incredibly lazy but high fidelity slop.

        • 2 months ago
          sage

          Salty much?

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    is there a way to filter frog and twitter threads ?

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anon... If you live in America you are going to deal with a lot more AI next year.
    Nvidia is coming out with its AI cards, new open source models in feb, the AI doctor kisok/cube that costs only 100 bucks per visit is actually set to go public sometime next year.
    You're only ever going to see it intrude more and more into your daily life unless you go into the country.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    People like you are unironically the reason we're getting nanny state legislation like the EU shit.
    >hold on, is that... OUTPUT GENERATED WITH VECTOR INPUTS USING A NEURAL NETWORK!?
    >SAVE ME, DADDY GOVERNMENT!

    Just ignore it. Or stop consuming media online.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Just ignore it.
      How can I ignore it when it is literally being forced upon me?

      Like I said, I get AI-generated video recommendations on my Youtube. Why? I never clicked on an AI video even once. I never searched for anything to do with AI. That must mean that Google/Youtube are specifically FORCING AI videos into my recommendations for no reason other than to shill AI to me.

      >People like you are unironically the reason we're getting nanny state legislation like the EU shit.
      Yes I believe AI should be regulated so that I am not forced to see it anymore.

      Everybody who uses generative AI should be forced, by law, to disclose that their product used AI, and anybody who is caught lying about it should be considered as committing fraud.

      You can consume AI slop if you want, but you should not be able to force ME to consume it as well. I should have the right to avoid it if I so choose.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >youtube reccomendations
        >it's being forced upon me

        Who is forcing you to use youtube? The problem you are facing is basically like
        >go to rod and gun club
        >complain about all the gunfire
        >guns should be banned, because you shouldn't be forced to hear gunfire at the rod and gun club

        I'm thankful most people aren't like you. The AI popping up in your reccomendations is because normies are using it. They love the AI narration and think "Mario if he real" and "Discord voicechat of Joe Biden and Donald Trump playing fortnite" is cool. And companies are rapidly adopting this tech.
        So as much as people like you piss me off, in this situation at least, *you* are the one that's just gonna have to deal with it.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Who is forcing you to use youtube? The problem you are facing is basically like
          >>go to rod and gun club
          about all the gunfire
          >>guns should be banned, because you shouldn't be forced to hear gunfire at the rod and gun club
          No it isn't. Youtube existed for something like 17 years without any AI-generated content on it.

          A better analogy is:
          >go to gun club for many years
          >enjoy shooting the guns
          >one day people start turning up with fake NERF guns making obnoxious PEW PEW PEW noises everywhere
          >think "dude what the frick, what happened to the actual guns?"

          >The AI popping up in your reccomendations is because normies are using it. They love the AI narration and think "Mario if he real" and "Discord voicechat of Joe Biden and Donald Trump playing fortnite" is cool. And companies are rapidly adopting this tech.
          >So as much as people like you piss me off, in this situation at least, *you* are the one that's just gonna have to deal with it.
          Imagine thinking that because normalgays like something it must be good LMAO
          What the frick happened to this website? I remember when we used to hate on everything that normalhomosexuals liked.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Lmao the solution to your "better analogy" still proves my point
            >I don't like all these nerf gun users
            >gun club decides to accept and encourage the nerf gun kids
            >time to go to a different gun club

            Also,
            >What the frick happened to this website? I remember when we used to hate on everything that normalhomosexuals liked.
            I guess it's time to gtfo bot too. After all you might accidentally see some AI generated content and get triggered.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >>gun club decides to accept and encourage the nerf gun kids
              >>time to go to a different gun club
              But that's the whole point of my thread. I want a way to not have to see AI slop. So, if I could just "go to a different gun club", of course I would do that.

              Let's say the internet was segregated due to this issue. And eventually we end up with one, more regulated internet that contains only real verified humans posting real human content, and a separate non-regulated internet where people can post AI slop to their hearts content. I would simply spend 100% of my time on the human internet and leave you AI fanatics to do whatever you want in YOUR corner of the internet.

              But, currently, such segregation does not exist. People who hate AI and people who love AI are forced to mingle in the same spaces. And this is not sustainable.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                There's plenty of subs that don't allow ai generated content. So the internet actually is segregated.
                You're creating imaginary problems. Just go to communities that ban ai content.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    There is no way you can prove that my reply to you was AI generated or not.

    Suffer.

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what will that achieve? you think you will have reversed this timeline and got a girl of your dreams. Do you even know how much grass touching you have to do to hold one hand? do you even know how much she likes to be deceived by you?

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Suppose I ask AI a SINGLE question about a name for a game mode and do the rest by myself.
    Does that count?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      yes, your game has been tainted by ebil machine thoughts and now you must be burnt, so come on the pyre awaits you sinner!!!

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Suppose I ask AI a SINGLE question about a name for a game mode and do the rest by myself.
      I think that's fine, because in that case you are being inspired by the AI, but you are creating the game yourself. Although I doubt you would be able to make a very good game if you are so uncreative that you have to ask a robot for ideas.

      What I am referring to is people outright using generative AI to create whole portions of the game itself. We are already starting to see games that use AI generated art, textures, voices, music, etc. I don't want to play any game that features any of that.

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The entire physical world is already AI-generated, the AI you talk about is nothing other than a hint.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The physical world we experience may not be entirely genuine, but rather a sophisticated simulation created by a higher intelligence, and the AI systems we have today are a manifestation of that intelligence, a hint that the true nature of reality is synthetic.

      >Suppose I ask AI a SINGLE question about a name for a game mode and do the rest by myself.
      I think that's fine, because in that case you are being inspired by the AI, but you are creating the game yourself. Although I doubt you would be able to make a very good game if you are so uncreative that you have to ask a robot for ideas.

      What I am referring to is people outright using generative AI to create whole portions of the game itself. We are already starting to see games that use AI generated art, textures, voices, music, etc. I don't want to play any game that features any of that.

      >doubt you would be able to make a very good game if you are so uncreative that you have to ask a robot for ideas
      That is where ai gets you, like the demon of masturbation it appears when you are at your weakest, tired, overfed, underfricked. It offers an easier path to pleasure or completion and slowly saps your life force until you are slave to it. The trick is not never doing it, it is never doing it the second time - breaking the cycle at the earliest possible moment before coombrain justification takes hold.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I jerked my dick until it was red and chaffed the other day to some AI e-girl on Pixiv. Felt good.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just ask ChatGPT if something is AI generated before looking at it.

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I get the feeling this is more pure Autism than bait. Either way, still biting.
    You literally can't. Do you want to train an AI to help you avoid AI? Ridiculous logic, no one will waste their time except you to code something to remove all AI from your site. Even then, when you see some AI art used in an advertisment on TV, what will you do? Will you have a chimpout and sob on 4cuck again?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why should I be forced to consume AI-generated content when I don't want to?

      There's plenty of subs that don't allow ai generated content. So the internet actually is segregated.
      You're creating imaginary problems. Just go to communities that ban ai content.

      >There's plenty of subs that don't allow ai generated content.
      You're talking about Reddit, yes? I've tried there. The vast, vast majority of that website is extremely pro-AI and most normalgay subs are getting flooded with AI-generated content. There are a few anti-AI subreddits but these are few and far between and aren't very active.

      I don't think trying to make communities on already-existing sites will work, I think we need an entire new internet infrastructure which requires users to verify they are a real human before using it, and which implements rules banning AI-generated content from the very beginning.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Obviously you're in the minority in regards to your kvetching phobia of AI. You're gonna have to deal with the smaller communities.

        >but I'm being forced!
        Frick off with this shit already, anon. Nothing is chaining you to YouTube orBOT or etc..
        The world doesn't have to stop for you. You need to get real.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >>but I'm being forced!
          Yeah, I'd agree with that anon that it is force, but its also progress. Like it or not time and change drag us all with it and change our environment, its just the way of the world.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/ANLx8tz.jpg

            Obviously you're in the minority in regards to your kvetching phobia of AI. You're gonna have to deal with the smaller communities.

            >but I'm being forced!
            Frick off with this shit already, anon. Nothing is chaining you to YouTube orBOT or etc..
            The world doesn't have to stop for you. You need to get real.

            >ITS CALLED HECKIN PROGRESS CHUD, YOU HAVE TO ADAPT OR DIE!!! OLD THING ALWAYS BAD, NEW THING ALWAYS GOOD!!!
            Why do AI shills sound EXACTLY the same as leftists/woketards when you talk about this shit?

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >NO, NOTHING CHANGES REALITY IS A LIE
              ...Okay, anon...
              >*Continues to live my life while you cope*

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              I don't know how you got that impression from

              >>but I'm being forced!
              Yeah, I'd agree with that anon that it is force, but its also progress. Like it or not time and change drag us all with it and change our environment, its just the way of the world.

              He is literally saying that change is a natural occurance of the world, weather we like it or not. Nothing in here suggests that he is trying to force you to accept it, but that its literally a natural phenomenon... Which it is...

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Why should I be forced to consume AI-generated content when I don't want to?
        I think you're being a bit silly. You're probably gonna have to just deal with it. I don't ever wanna see advertisements, but it's unavoidable if I go outside, so I just deal with it.

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You can't. SEOjeets are generating fake articles for literally everything. I have to append reddit to every search to actually get a response not written by some quora shithead. Good luck finding any relevant information on error codes and crash messages, because you just get sent to some irrelevant GitHub issue page or a Microsoft help forum post telling you to sfc scannow for every issue.
    Ai is destroying the Internet at a rapid pace for almost zero reason.
    All AI has driven me to do is to pirate "known good" materials rather than consume internet content.

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    lol that didn't take long

    also you can't OP

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Completely avoiding AI-generated content is challenging, but you can take some steps:

    Filter Manually:

    Be cautious about the content you consume and read reviews.
    AI Detection Tools:

    Use tools that claim to detect AI-generated content.
    Privacy Settings:

    Adjust settings on platforms to limit exposure to AI features.
    Open Source Software:

    Prefer open-source platforms where AI use is transparent.
    Customized Browsers:

    Explore browsers or extensions that block AI-generated content.
    Avoid AI-Integrated Platforms:

    Stay away from heavily AI-integrated platforms.
    Read Terms:

    Review terms of service to understand AI integration.
    However, complete avoidance may be difficult, and it's uncertain if foolproof methods will be available in the future. Stay informed about technological advancements to minimize AI exposure.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thanks AnonGPT, your the best poster on this site :3

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Completely avoiding AI (Artificial Intelligence) in today's world is a challenging task since AI technologies are deeply integrated into various aspects of daily life, ranging from online services and communication platforms to smart devices and more. However, if you're looking to minimize your interaction with AI, here are some general suggestions:

    Limit Online Activities:

    Avoid using online platforms and services that heavily rely on AI algorithms for personalization and recommendations.
    Disable Personal Assistants:

    Turn off or avoid using virtual personal assistants like Siri, Google Assistant, or Amazon Alexa.
    Use Privacy-Focused Tools:

    Opt for privacy-focused search engines, browsers, and communication tools that minimize data collection and AI-based personalization.
    Review App Permissions:

    Regularly review and limit permissions for apps on your devices, especially those that utilize AI for data analysis or personalization.
    Avoid Smart Devices:

    Refrain from using smart devices such as smart TVs, smart speakers, and IoT devices that often integrate AI for functionality.
    Opt Out of AI Services:

    Check the privacy settings of online services and platforms to see if there are options to limit or opt-out of AI-driven features.
    Offline Alternatives:

    Choose offline alternatives or traditional methods when possible, especially for tasks that may involve AI-based systems.
    Educate Yourself:

    Keep in mind that technology is constantly evolving, and new applications of AI are being developed. Staying informed and adapting your approach based on your preferences and values is key to managing your interaction with AI technologies.

  27. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's an inevitability in our foundling technocratic dystopia. Not embracing new tech thing will cause you to fall down the paranoid conservative rabbit hole, where you're constantly manually toggling off AI bullshit in your applications, everybody runs shitty alternative FOSS software, forums waxing poetic about the "good old days" when things were "better", and jacking it to fascist sparkledog gay furry porn. We've all lost to the almighty AI dollar.

  28. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    inawoods, going truly off-grid is your only option. just close your eyes to the world.
    of course your local government, no matter where you go, will still be using AI to track you.
    it's surprising how much modern Luddite movements mirror the past: when the printing press was invented one of the major detractor groups were christians who believed it was wrong to read the bible. at that time most bibles were printed in Latin and the public only knew scripture from priests who would recite the Latin and translate the word of god to them. printed bibles were seen as degenerate because they allowed people to decide for themselves how to interpret the holy texts.

    AI will be used by everyone and it will lead to higher quality of life ultimately, as long as we don't end up in some dystopian hellhole where only the few use it to brainwash everyone else.
    consider what it allows people to do: non-artists can now make art, non-authors can now write books, non-programmers can now program, it is a technology that is making people more capable. whenever that happens things have changed for the better, but never without the factory owners trying to use it to screw everyone over first.
    when the clothing factories were mechanized the workers lost their jobs, but because of that mechanization we ended up with a lot more factories to work in. is that a good thing? I think AI is a mixed bag. some people hate it because they liked being "special" and now their artwork/writing/programming is something any moron could do, or worse, the AI can do it better.

    AI is like "industrialization for the mind". computers did this too and people like you said the exact same shit then:
    >I don't want to see digital art
    >I don't want to read a computer screen
    >I don't want to listen to electronic music
    >I don't want to text
    >I don't want to play "video games", board games are enough
    you sound like an old person who can't get with the times
    but yeah, go inawoods only way

  29. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You can't. It's frustrating.

  30. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ask ChatGPT

  31. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why don't you go ask chatgpt for answers

  32. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I don't want to read AI generated text.
    this actually kiinda sucks, I feel like most blogs use chatgpt

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