# I made a puzzle for ChatGPT, it managed to solve it easily which amazed me.

I made a puzzle for ChatGPT, it managed to solve it easily which amazed me. The puzzle is super easy for intelligent people as I myself am incredibly stupid but I still wondered can bot solve it?

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1. 3 months ago
Anonymous

For fair play reasons you should wait until there are let's say 20 answers from BOT.

Collect them all, make ChatGPT say something else, photoshop his quote and tell BOT: All your answers were wrong! BOT is dumb!

2. 3 months ago
Anonymous

What is special about it? That's such a vague, open-ended question. None of the colours are repeated. The lines are unusually thick but there are no outside borders. Four squares seem to form a spectrum of cold colours, four seem to form a spectrum of warm colours. The middle is white but there does not seem to be any particular ordering in the other squares. Is that special enough?

3. 3 months ago
Anonymous

What's special is that you made it, Anon <3

• 3 months ago
Anonymous

OP here keked.

What is special about it? That's such a vague, open-ended question. None of the colours are repeated. The lines are unusually thick but there are no outside borders. Four squares seem to form a spectrum of cold colours, four seem to form a spectrum of warm colours. The middle is white but there does not seem to be any particular ordering in the other squares. Is that special enough?

GPT4 got the answer from that question. There is nothing special about the borders its just the colors and the order that matters. I understand that your answer technically qualifies and my question is almost like "what am I thinking of" but there is something mathematically special* about this 3x3 grid of colors.

*-Mathematicians will probably find the answer to be far too simple to warrant the word "special" but whatever. It's special to me as a math layman and general low IQ baffoon.

• 3 months ago
Anonymous

>GPT4 got the answer from that question
That's a lie

• 3 months ago
Anonymous

>GPT4 got the answer from that question
Likely stole it from the same place you did

4. 3 months ago
Anonymous

Spells out G and there's hidden codes in it.

5. 3 months ago
Anonymous

if you get the RGB values of all fields except the white one and add them together and divide by 2, you get the perfect white color

• 3 months ago
Anonymous

white's rgb value is 0,0,0

• 3 months ago
Anonymous

oops
I mean 255, 255, 255
but the point is that if you continue this process it does not converge to either end point 0 or 255

• 3 months ago
Anonymous

That's moronic.

6. 3 months ago
Anonymous

There's nothing special about the 3x3 grid
Life is a meaningless series of accidents

7. 3 months ago
Anonymous

It's a magic square

• 3 months ago
Anonymous

winner

8. 3 months ago
Anonymous

is the state of midwit bait on BOT now?

9. 3 months ago
Anonymous

2 greens, 2 blues, 2 reds, 2 oranges, only 1 white. I guess it's subtractive colors?

10. 3 months ago
Anonymous

It's a racist /misc/ meme, isn't it?

11. 3 months ago
Anonymous

these kind of vague questions are stupid. what is meant by "special"? this grid is special for a million of reasons or for none at all, we have nothing to compare it to, a valid answer is that it's special because you chose to show it instead of any other, whatever

12. 3 months ago
Anonymous

puzzle kinda sucks