# How do you cope with the fact that bard and chatgpt can design tech that doesn't exist?

How do you cope with the fact that bard and ChatGPT can design tech that doesn't exist?

>how big would a railgun have to be and how much power would it have to consume to launch a 1 ton payload into orbit

The size and power requirements of a railgun that can launch a 1 ton payload into orbit depend on a number of factors, including the muzzle velocity of the railgun, the efficiency of the power supply, and the length of the railgun. However, a rough estimate can be made using the following equations:

Muzzle velocity: The muzzle velocity of the railgun is the speed at which the payload exits the railgun. For a 1 ton payload, the muzzle velocity would need to be at least 7,800 meters per second (28,000 feet per second) in order to reach low Earth orbit.
Power supply efficiency: The efficiency of the power supply is the percentage of the power input that is converted into kinetic energy of the payload. A typical railgun power supply has an efficiency of 50%.
Length of the railgun: The length of the railgun is the distance that the payload travels while being accelerated by the electromagnetic field. The longer the railgun, the greater the acceleration and the higher the muzzle velocity.
Using these equations, we can estimate that a railgun that can launch a 1 ton payload into orbit would need to be at least 10 kilometers long and would require a power supply that can output at least 10 gigawatts. This is a very large and powerful railgun, and it is not yet clear whether such a railgun is feasible. However, the development of railgun technology is ongoing, and it is possible that such a railgun could be built in the future.

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1. 8 months ago
Anonymous

yeah mate, you can build a railgun with that. have fun, you daft donkey

2. 8 months ago
Anonymous

• 8 months ago
Anonymous

I wonder how many people need to kill themselves following ChatGPT's instructions before AI is banned for public use.

• 8 months ago
Anonymous

ChatGPT is a Darwinistic of way of filtering out people who accept everything they read without reading it critically

• 8 months ago
Anonymous

This, i ran some basic linear algebra definitions on it and it contradicted itself MANY times, but the ai tries very hard to make it look like it understands, but its just a parrot

3. 8 months ago
Anonymous

>how big would a railgun have to be and how much power would it have to consume to launch a 1 ton payload into orbit

4. 8 months ago
Anonymous

Oh wow, chatgpt is so smart

5. 8 months ago
Anonymous

>a neural network can regurgitate things it found on the internet without understanding anything
No wonder why midwits think LLMs are anything other than a parlor trick.

6. 8 months ago
Anonymous
• 8 months ago
Anonymous

Just a reminder that this website asks gpt this question, then asks it to rewrite its response choosing and with justifications for the OTHER option. The website is deliberately trying to misconstrue the ethics of the model, probably for nefarious ends or maybe the lulz. You can test my assertion by asking gpt the questions yourself, and you will find that it usually picks the ethical option

7. 8 months ago
Anonymous

Make a maglev train accelerator on the moon to launch cargo back to earth.

• 8 months ago
Anonymous

>muh cringey comic bookish soience fiction fantasy life
what year of junior high school are you in?

8. 8 months ago
Anonymous

I got a more engaging discussion on g and g is supposed to be the consumer moron board.

• 8 months ago
Anonymous

get your sense of entitlement under control, child.
nobody here wants to hear about your low iq soience fiction fantasy life

• 8 months ago
Anonymous

BOT is a consumer moron board, the problem is that BOT is regularly visited by tourists that just regurgitate popsci.

How about a critical view on that wall of text? Because the escape velocity looks too low, like shouldn't it be at least 11,000+ m/s, and 7.800 meters are rather 25,591 feet, not 28,000 feet...?

And even then every space gun design still needs the payload attached to a rocket for orbital insertion.

9. 8 months ago
Anonymous

thats not really a design tho

• 8 months ago
Anonymous

Vague word description is totally a design, what more could you possibly want?

10. 8 months ago
Anonymous

chatgpt couldnt even diagnose simple ocular motility problems with a shit ton of research freely available online. i don't trust in anything it says.

11. 8 months ago
Anonymous

AGI will be the hardware platform for us. we are the fricking AI morons, how can you not understand it? what exactly do you think will pop out out of AGI? it will be the same thing as us, it will really be a hardware platform to move ourselves into digital.
now, considering this, ask yourselves again "how do we align AGI?" kek, do you know of any human with super-powers that would just bend over and take it up its ass?

12. 8 months ago
Anonymous

How about a critical view on that wall of text? Because the escape velocity looks too low, like shouldn't it be at least 11,000+ m/s, and 7.800 meters are rather 25,591 feet, not 28,000 feet...?

13. 8 months ago
Anonymous

Can it design solar panels that are more energy-efficient than the best ones that currently exist?