Is it over? Tell me it isn't. I've been feeling immense desperation over recent AI news.

Is it over?
Tell me it isn't
I've been feeling immense desperation over recent AI news.
There is no happy endind for us. Alone, autistic, undesirable and jobless. No woman will ever want us, no man will even want to be our friend.
Right now we are tolerated, because we solve people's problems, after we'll lose our purpose normies will gladly genocide us.
Nothing but darkness ahead.

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Trademorons and backbreaking labor wagies win once again

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Alone, autistic, undesirable and jobless.
    That IS the happy ending. You are finally free. You can experience the world as the untainted baby that you were when you came out in it.

    Reject your illogical desire for status, sex and wealth, and embrace the neo-ascetic lifestyle.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's called being a low-status hobo. Stop glamorizing this shit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You VILL own nothing and you VILL be happy

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Losing your job is good
      Ok, then leave your job now. UBI is not coming anytime soon for you,, only homelessness

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Reject your illogical desire for status, sex and wealth

      I can agree to an extent, but I won't compromise on nutrition. Proper food costs money, and I'm not feeding my body garbage

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's called being a low-status hobo. Stop glamorizing this shit.

      >Losing your job is good
      Ok, then leave your job now. UBI is not coming anytime soon for you,, only homelessness

      >Reject your illogical desire for status, sex and wealth

      I can agree to an extent, but I won't compromise on nutrition. Proper food costs money, and I'm not feeding my body garbage

      way ahead of u bros I'm a permaNEET

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    w-why is his right hand transparent? Is he a ghost?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      That’s what happens to programmers when they start using ai.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Lmao.
    Seething artcuck wrote that post.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Coders aren’t artists. Code is free form.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    just transition yourself to computer networking AI can't learn this it is too stupid

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      lol
      lmao

      AI has taken over all netsec shit like 3 years ago.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Are you a codemonkey?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yeap

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Then you have only yourself to blame. For decades the school system favored your kind. The mindless regurgitating drone. You grind and grind and grind. There are millions of you acting like machines, not just in your field but every other field as well. Your very presence twisted education and made it nothing more than "memorize this, memorize that". Artist fall into this category as well. Now, if your ilk doesn't get their way and AI phases drones out of the workforce maybe we can get on track to actually doing something meaningful instead of checking box after box. But people are retarded and you'll probably get to keep your drone status.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Artists fall into this category too, just mindless drones doing the same shit over and over
          You are retarded and coping. Writers and artists are THE most creative profession out there, and they are getting fucked over by AI.
          >Muh all artgays do is draw anime girls
          AI is better at drawing literally anything else then anime girls in interesting poses. Cool scenery? Yep, cool building? Yep, cool characters? Yep. All while still fucking up anime girl proportions a little bit and fucking up hands. Some dumbass excuse of being creative problem solver wont help you you absolute mongoloid. There is a reason why masterful skill that is hard to explain is called "art of something". Are you a codemonkey or are you doing the "art of code"? Are you just lowly scammer or scam artist? Are you simple cook or are you doing the "art of cooking"?

          The only gays who have valid point against Ai automating them are scientist stemlords that need to think of some novel ideas that dont have a solution, basically creating a problem and then making solution for that, or tradegays who have the excuse of robotics being developed too slow.

          The whole "AI will replace monotenous simple work" is the same meme that artists fell for and thought this is the reason why they will never be automated, and also the same reason why codemonkies will not be automated, and the same reason why lawyers think they wont be automated. It is the biggest cope of this century and just shows you have no idea how Neural Networks and Machine Learning works, spoiler, they dont work like predictable codes made by human hands.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Writers and artists are THE most creative profession out there,
            Kek.

            >>Muh all artgays do is draw anime girls
            No dumbass. The vast majority of them are employed in anime studios. They job is already extremely repetitive and has zero creativity in it. These are the brushmonkeys. Those are the very people threatened by AI shoving them out the door. All the creative process is done by small number of people. Then these people hire other artists and treat them like machines.

            >The only gays who have valid point against Ai automating them are scientist stemlords
            You have zero idea what you just said and why it's retarded. Stem fields are automated as soon as possible and no researcher has lost their job to it. Undergrads are used to the monotonous repetitive work.

            >The whole "AI will replace monotenous simple work" is the same meme that artists fell for and thought this is the reason why they will never be automated,
            Except Stable Diffusion just proved they can be.

            > It is the biggest cope of this century and just shows you have no idea how Neural Networks and Machine Learning works,
            >copes that they won't really be replaced because reasons
            heh.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Ok, name more creative job then writers and artists. Their entire job description is being creative. Just because some weird hyperoriginal works are not commonplace is because it does not sell well and it is always easier to improve something that works instead of reinventing the wheel. Its the reason they are called creative jobs in the first place. Plus SD wont replace any animegays working in studios since all the Diffusion models suck dick at creating consistent characters and changing details to suit the setting director asked for. All the professional industry artists that are the "drawmonkies" will be largely unaffected by this current technology, maybe next year when they create some highly advanced version of CLIP. The only people affected by SD are pinup artists who just draw whatever they want and then post it on social media, you know, the most creative of artists, those who do it as a hobby, those who think of interesting scenarios, create kinda original characters and so on. Not even commissiongays will be affected since to get your OC in any of the AI programs you would need to be master prompter, which most normies are not, and if they use some low prompt Midjurney type of AI that autocomplete your newbie prompts, you will have so little control over it that it is even harder there to make the OC then in fuller control Stable Diffusion.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >name more creative job then writers and artists
                Djuneering

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Ok, name more creative job then writers and artists.
                Military bomb maker.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Their entire job description is being creative
                >Its the reason they are called creative jobs in the first place
                >it says it's creative so it must be true.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Ok, name more creative job then writers and artists.
                Literally could be mathematician, engineer or even programmer. gays seethe at the truth, but most art involves a lot of "mechanical" thoughts, it's not "just be creative bro" especially if you work for clients/studios, they are most likely expecting a certain result and you just have to deliver, so the creativity needed is basically the same that a programmer would need to solve a problem. Most people aren't that interested in actually creative art, they just want it to be a little bit creative so it's not fully generic shit, and you don't have to be a creative genius to achieve that.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Again as I was saying, professional artists getting commissions and working for clients to make conceptart or to texture some character model wont be blasted off by this tech in the slightest, since the AI will not listen to the client, there is too little control. It only affects the artists that are actually creative and doing the creative work. Stop pointing at drawmonkies that draw frame after frame of some dogshit anime where all they do is pure mechanical work and look instead at the trannies in Artstation, Deviantart and Twitter. They all produce what they want, think of the different parts of the picture and so on. They are the ones affected the most.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Don't give up, anon!

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Alone, autistic, undesirable and jobless
    Literally me so I guess nothing is changed

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Is it over?
    >Tell me it isn't

    It probably isn't, but it might be. But that's why philosophy/religion are so important and why you should delve into them at a young age. To confront mortality.

    You ARE going to die. No matter WHAT happens eventually something much worse than losing your job will happen, your fucking body will stop working.

    You should always live with this in mind. That it's probably not over but it could be and eventually will be so act accordingly.

    >I've been feeling immense desperation over recent AI news.

    This comes from the fact that something that was once uniquely yours is now everyone's, for free. This makes you feel worthless because it was this one thing that was giving your feel of selfworth.

    Is that, philosophically speak, the right way to view yourself? I'm nothing but a skill? I'm nothing but value to an employer? View yourself as a unique eye of the universe, an observer from which the universe experiences itself. Hippy bullshit, yes, but profound none the less. You're more than a job.

    >Alone, autistic, undesirable and jobless. No woman will ever want us, no man will even want to be our friend.

    But your job won't solve that either. A job doesn't make men want to be friends with you. A job doesn't make a woman love you.

    Develop yourself rather than a skill.

    >normies will gladly genocide us.

    Normals are in the same boat as you fren find some common ground and enjoy the last few moments humanities existence with them.

    >Nothing but darkness ahead.

    You'll be fine, put on your favorite song and vibe.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >religion is just a cope for faithlets who are afraid of death
      It's much more sinister than that but that's a topic of BOT

      >I'm nothing but a skill? I'm nothing but value to an employer?
      You're preaching to the quire there. Most of BOT view themselves like that are keeping to themselves because discussing it will end in being called a gay.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    ai generated code isn't perfect it has lots of mistakes depending on your prompt it cannot create large project you need beefy hardware to run it.
    Its a good/faster stack overflow alternative if you have something specific you want to ask across different fields you will certainly get a answer that already exists somewhere in code and for that use it should make you a better developer because you now have more tools to explore a certain field and get information faster.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    People who are afraid of this shit deserve to be filtered.
    Is it so fucking difficult for you people to understand that AI cannot create new solutions but only regurgitate half assed solutions from training data and nothing more? Have you even tried this crap? 9 times out of 10 it'll proudly present solutions which are blatantly wrong or will have insidious bugs which are going to be hell to debug if you don't know what are you doing
    I hate this board so fucking much holy shit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The average codemonkey borders on clinical retardation; they can barely solve a fizzbuzz problem without looking at tutorials, let alone come up with novel algorithms or solutions to previously unsolved problems

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah and as I said those are the ones that deserve to be out of the workforce

        I'm not even a CS major but it doesn't take a fucking AI researcher to understand that not only AI is enormously limited and always will be as long as it relies on previous training data and guided agent reinforcement, but also that if we stop producing new information and only let bots do our jobs they also will never go beyond what's already been done.

        I tried playing with this crap and it doesn't do anything out of the ordinary, it just spits out mangled geeks4geeks tutorial and tidbits from GitHub, which for stuff that it's not complete boilerplate will always contain nasty bugs, no matter how much you hand guide it

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Anon, you just described codemonkeys, brushmonkeys and pipettemonkeys. AKA that's 80% of the entire workforce.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >80%
            maybe 95%

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              I was being generous but you're right. On the off hand if current AI does lead to mass firings and layoffs restoraunts will have more than enough personnel for their high turnover rate.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Those same points have been made when people said AI can only make extremely derivative art and that it will always be some generic pose of generic girl or generic grassy landscape. AI can be creative and you cretins should finally accept that. I know a friend who works at AI research making one of those image generators, and he always says that artists should not fear this AI dogshit because it cant do anything, and that it will just fall off like fad just like crypto is now. I have no idea where do these people come from or how tf do they even base their delusions. That AI researchers also draws btw, and somehow does not realize that current art generators already outperform humans on most metrics, even though he fucking works on it.

          Also, ChatGPT wont replace any programmers, just like Stable Diffusion wont replace any concept artists outside of indie studios that always try to cheap out on anything. It will be the next AI that reads the whole code and can generate multiple pages of text, one that has actual memory instead of completing texts. Just like how later AI that has more control and can change details of the picture based on commands you give it will replace professional artists.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >my friend works at AI development firm
            >AI can't do shit

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >I know a friend who works at AI research
            >my dad works at Nintendo
            and btw your friend could work as a janny there and it wouldn't make the tiniest bit of difference in the uselessness of that detail

            but anyway
            >somehow does not realize that current art generators already outperform humans on most metrics
            >citation needed
            what metrics are you blabbering about? there are no metrics in art you child, or are you thinking about big boobed hentai characters and the only metric you can come up with is how many times it makes you coom daily?
            then hats off because three hands per capita with 6 and pi fingers each happen to not get me off like it does for you
            >AI can be creative
            It can be as "creative" as the noise process used as the seed and the training data.
            If you put that in a closed circuit is not any different than giving chef food to a human centipede.
            But you wouldn't know that, because you have no idea how it works, do you?
            Maybe your "friend in AI" does, go suck him off and ask him to write a less asinine post in here for you next time
            sage

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      yeah this. as long as bugs still exist, i'm not worried about this shit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Is it so fucking difficult for you people to understand that AI cannot create new solutions but only regurgitate half assed solutions from training data and nothing more?
      In other words, it's Indian-tier.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's unironically over. CS will no longer be a safe path to upper-middle class life. Simple as. Most white collar jobs will also suffer. You'd better hope your job involves at least 5% of manual work.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    t. Has never written software

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      this whole fucking uproar of AI spam in the past months has been exclusively pushed by bitter terminally online NEETs. people that have never done an ounce of work or have a creative bone in their bodies. they think because they enter some keywords into a prompt that they are now on the same level as artists that have honed their skills for years. it's just so tiring.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >they think because they enter some keywords into a prompt that they are now on the same level as artists that have honed their skills for years.
        Must really suck having some no skill lowlife being able to do the things you can without dedicating his whole life to it, eh?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >being able to do the things
          you're not doing anything. you're entering keywords into a prompt built by people whose intelligence dwarfs your peabrain. you're the equivalent of a monkey pressing a button to get a reward and thinks they had a hand in building the system.

          you can go ahead and cope and call it LE BASED all you want, but you will always be a failure.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >you're not doing anything
            How would you even know that? What happens when I tell the AI to combine the distinct style of several artists you've never seen or heard about and pass it as my skill, talent and ability? How would you tell it's made by an AI and not me? You will never know if the person who's better than you is actually better than you or is cheating. Here you are, hunched over your cintiq that costs over 5000$ working on your art piece all day for the past week or however long it takes you and there's me, I just typed something into a terminal and got something that puts yours to shame. And my comms don't take anywhere near as long as yours do. The people get the art they paid for in a week or two max. You make them wait months or even years.

            Holy shit I'm actually gonna do this when it gets good enough for it.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >programmer jobs are safe
    >AI can't do shit

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I hope automation encroaches into everything as fast as possible so we can stop pretending being a cog is something to aspire to.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Be careful once you wish for, lol. Once you have no value as a human being, what do you think your future looks like? You're going to be at the complete mercy of whatever system is in control of you.

      >just like now
      At least now your labor gives you value and bargaining power. Those days will end and you'll have nothing.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >1- ai uses input from every answer it finds on stack over flow to base its own answers
    >2- produces output based on that and adds it to stack over flow
    >3- go to 1

    It should be fucking banned, or else every single answer will be just random transistor noise and 100% devoid of content.

    Google search results are already close to useless because 90% of them is just "SEO" optimized pages produced with webscraping

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I don't think we're anywhere close. I work a basic software engineering job and actually writing new code is maybe 5% of the work. 95% is:
    * understanding existing code so you can maintain and upgrade it. Good luck doing that when its written by a neural net that you can't ask questions
    * testing and deploying code
    * gathering requirements and change requests from stakeholders who are technically retarded and have no idea what is actually possible or what they actually want
    * figuring out how to integrate and handle highly specific legacy systems and datasets full of odd human errors that you can only figure out by having a million meetings with the guys who've been managing that shit for the past decadeT

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >writing new code is maybe 5% of the work
      same here, i enjoy programming but it is such a small part of the job

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Eventually, AI will be better than you at understanding/communicating the retarded requests from retarded stakeholder and building what they want instantly fast. It will also change it instantly fast. It will not care who built or in what way they built the system they're supposed to change or maintain, it will be able to instantly understand it and modify it to satisfy the owner's desires. That's when you'll be useless.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        When the AI surpases human in understanding humans, reading between the lines, when it creates proper code by not just recombining existing code pieces but actually develops new ideas, hence when AI has become human, then this day will come.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          ok, see you in a couple years then

  19. 1 month ago
    sage

    Stack Overflow are a bunch of luddites. You can't stop the future. Sorry if you picked the wrong career, but AI is here to stay and it's only going to get better. I hear McDonald's is hiring. Maybe you shouldn't have wasted your life on computers and doing maths LMAO

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It is possible that "ai" will replace some need for a programmer, but i dont think it will happen in a near future.
    "Ai" will replace developers when it will be able to adapt a specification to a working product. And even so, the more complex the specification, the more mistakes there will be. And there still will be need for people that can read ai written code and adapt it quick. There will still be need for a specialist overseeing its working and you still need people that write, train an maintain these "ai" models.
    Just because we have computers now people havent stopped using basic math and studying physics.
    To replace that you'll need a true ai which i think is a pure fiction.
    There can be a code factory, imagine a fully automated car factory, the conveyor is a set of heavily specialized machines that usually do a very fet tasks but do it precisely and efficiently.
    This is what will happen most likely, there would be code factories where you place your standardized input of what you want to get, you get the best average project in the output.
    Will that reduce the demand for programmers? Yes. Will that kill everyones career? Nope.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Job morons can suck my balls

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      how long have you been a leech on society?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I'll be a leech until the day I die moron. And so will you.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    "People have been using OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT to flood the site with AI responses, but Stack Overflow’s mods say these ‘have a high rate of being incorrect.’"

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    So, how long till artist start breaking children's hands so they won't be able to learn how to draw off of their work and ultimately supplant them one day by taking their jobs? As far as I can understand it, the whole kerfuffle is about using their works to learn.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Never, children are not AI. Factory worker luddites didn't attack their children to one day replace them, they attacked the machines so that their children could get a job.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Never
        You say that now, but when the kid copies your style and gets your comms you'll wish you broke their hands when you had the chance.

        >Factory worker luddites didn't attack their children to one day replace them
        They should have. Ultimately, they lost their jobs and their income. Then they died.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Kid cant take your commissions since the kid still would want equal amount of money that you would, and humans cant copy artstyles unless they try really hard. Machine can do it very easily and was able to do it since 2017. It is not really comparable.
          It is like comparing painter redoing your painting to photograph. Photograph can do it much faster and quicker, while not being liable because it is just a tool. This is why copyright laws got updated, now that AI is here the copyright should also be updated. Making star wars but with black people, and then changing it back to white people is directly threatening Disney profits because you just made their product, but slightly different, even if it was just for yourself and you got the same experience from it like if you would buying Star Wars movie. It is basically just a piracy.

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It’s going the way of crypto exchanges. Governments are going to be breathing down our necks. I’m depressed over this, bros.

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    there should be a dedicated coder ai like the chatbot that uses the data of the various git sites, so and other knowledgebases and answer hubs.
    this could serve like a better search engine, clamp down on the trillions trivial question that are always the same and answer questions to libraries.
    the chatbot already saved me many hours of researching things that should be documented, but arent.

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Artgay here I hope this Ai takes you gays down with me

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    They're banned because they don't work.

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Finally, the end of Pajeets. CS will become elite again.

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