If you're not using ChatGPT/AI tools to make your own collection of revenue streams and SAAS bullshit to survive off a passive income and using the money to fly around the world and fuck sluts 24/7 then objectively you have a low IQ or are a masochist.
If you aren't a 160 IQ ivy league grad you're not going to become the next Zuckerberg. You will be a code monkey if you enter yourself voluntarily into the Bay Area hierarchy. Abandon your pride and focus on making as much money as possible, then when they release anti aging CRISPR cocktails for 5 million a pop you'll be able to afford one.
I've spent months thinking about this and I realize this is the best course of action. Keep a social circle, do stuff that makes you feel like a good person, but live life to the fullest while you're young and healthy and prepare to either be an AI slave owner, or an AI slave
work sets you free
They said that in Auschwitz
>If you're not using ChatGPT/AI tools to make your own collection of revenue streams and SAAS bullshit to survive off a passive income and using the money to fly around the world and fuck sluts 24/7
how do I do this? spam AI generated articles for online sites?
Hey. so basically I'm just not gonna use it (the ChatGPT!) I know... UGH I know... I'm sorry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's just that I'm not gonna use it is all.
I already do that without ChatGPT. No I will not elaborate. The problem is that most programmers are unimaginative and have no business sense so they work for free on unmonetizable open source projects and make their living from CEO Shekelberg who will tell them what to do.
Quite right, OP. I had the very same thought the moment GPT-3 appeared.
>The problem is that most programmers are unimaginative and have no business sense
Yep, that's my problem.
Well, that and the fact that GPT-3 isn't reliable enough to provide services without supervision, so that makes the whole "passive revenue stream" thing kinda hard to pull off.
You can’t make money from it, because everyone can just make their own content for free. There’s some money in making the tools easier to use, but that market has already been cornered by midjourney. Anything you prompt, someone else can prompt. You model you train, someone else can train. You can’t turn this into a million dollar revenue stream. Art has been devalued by AI, it is cheaper than ever to produce. I’d say more art has been produced in the last year than throughout all human history. And none of it has any meaning to anyone except the prompter. You will make money by making the tools easier to use and then charging for it, or creating a second order piece of art, that is using AI to make art for a video game, or book, etc. You won’t make money through selling your promoted art.
>so what if you can make a burger, other people can make burgers too
and still not everyone is making burgers
Except making a burger takes time, preparation and effort and people are lazy. With midjourney, it takes 3 seconds to create. That’s why they have millions and millions of subscribers. Like I said, when it’s so easy, it devalues art, and makes it so you can’t sell it. The value is in the tools. Which midjourney has already solved. Sorry lad. Too late to the game.
If there was a cheap device that could quickly manifest a burger of your choice into existence with the cost of use being lower than an actual burger then I bet most people would go with that instead of paying someone else to cook one for them.
Someone using an "AI" to earn money is most often a pointless middleman whose income depends on people not realizing that they're a pointless middleman.
Retarded fatass coming in with the asinine food analogy
I'm not talking specifically about generative art, I just used the pic as an example to show how good free AI tools are nowadays
>Art has been devalued by AI,
By writing words into a machine, you can't get the image you're looking for, only cope that the image the weights return is good enough.
There's literally fucking nothing of value here, that hasn't already been taken by Google Images. Some of you are straight up delusional.
>Art has been devalued by AI, it is cheaper than ever to produce
anything can be considered "art", dumbass. The cell phone camera devalued your "art"
>I've spent months thinking about this
OP feels like 3-4 recent posts smashed together tbh
>your own collection of revenue streams and SAAS bullshit to survive off a passive income
give a few examples, i'm all ears
>becoming a slutfucker
anyone who tries this quickly learns it's really not much fun at all, it gets old FAST
the only reason to do it is to impress other men (which is also a waste of time)
i'm a full stack cloud dev for about 10 years and I still can't do it. I think there's something wrong with my brain. I even have a spreadsheet with like 500 ideas in it that i've come up with over the last 12 years or so. Something that's happened a few times is I'll come up with an idea that I think is good, i'll look it up and find that no-one is really doing it (which is very rare), then after a month or so of work i'll hit something that makes it unfeasible which is probably why nobody has done it. I'm currently working on two projects, one is a short term personal one for selling things on ebay, the other longer term one is a crypto charting/trading platform that I think has a novel way of presenting data. Maybe i'll get one of them finished one day
I'm not sure how profitable making a stablediffusion saas would be. I've heard of someone making some money from it but now there's probably 100 people or more doing it. What you need is to be either fairly early into a new paradigm, or you need some novel and useful way of doing something. The idea situation i think would be to create the project, get it running for a while get a bunch of users and then sell it for a few million after a year or two, that way you have the cash and don't have to worry as much
If you think they're going to make anti aging crisp cocktails you're retarded. If you for a moment step out of their bubble, you will see that there is almost no progress in science and technology. Not sure what you'll be able to spend your 5m on, maybe OF?
You can't even download and run chatgpt locally. And even in the small chance you actually HAVE a unique idea that you can monetize, they will literally just take it from you because you literally do it on THEIR servers. They already have all your "work" and ideas.
Nice larp tho
you can just use their service directly, and whatever you do doesn't have to even disclose that it's using chatgpt under the hood (actually it'd be better if it's implied that real people do the work as you can charge more for that)
>you're high IQ if you do this low IQ shit
you're obviously coping for not being smart enough to make money from anything requiring real engineering
If it's that easy for you, show me the way sempaï.
you see these posts all the time they never tell you though because they're full of shit
Unfortunately, with the time I understood.
But I always try.
It doesn't cost much to me and maybe one day one anon will answer?
>If you aren't a 160 IQ ivy league grad you're not going to become the next Zuckerberg
Even if you are you won't be.
Tech is headed towards stagnation. Everything's already been done.
agagagahaha yeah you're gonna fly around and fuck sluts 24/7 with your SAAS thing, like everyone else.