Whats the point doing anything now that AI exists?

>there’s no point building a career because 99% of jobs will be eliminated or ruined by AI

>there’s no point learning any kind of skill or art form (drawing, playing an instrument, crafting anything, etc) because AI will do all of those things

>there’s no point conversing on the internet anymore because everyone you interact with could just be an AI in disguise

>there’s no point forming connections with humans IRL because eventually chatbots will replace real world socialisation for 99% of people (just like smartphones/internet already replaced the real world) and normies will just stop socialising IRL anymore

>there’s no point consuming any media or trying to learn anything anymore because everything could now be an AI generated fake. you could read a “news article” about something that never even happened and all the “photographs” and “videos” of it are just made by AI

>there’s no point getting excited for new video games or movies etc in the future because now they will all just be zero-effort AI slop generated to appeal to morons and third worlders

Seriously what is the point anymore? The whole of human existence has been rendered pointless because of AI.

I hate this new, fake and gay world. I wish I could go back to 2021 and earlier when none of this shit existed.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Luckily, AI sticks out like a sore fricking thumb. Rightly, a lot of companies are going to get backlash for using shitty AI art. There may not be much job security in 2D art due to AI, but there'll still be a market for other art forms. Anyway, I'm just annoyed that it's impossible to approach women without getting nervous and stuff. I want to shoot my shot but I'm always afraid I'll come off like a creep.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >AI sticks out like a sore fricking thumb. Rightly, a lot of companies are going to get backlash for using shitty AI art.
      There’s already been major releases which used AI art. In video games I can think of Ready or Not, The Finals, High on Life who all used it, and Japanese developer Level-5 recently gave a presentation on how they use it.

      It just feels hopeless, like there’s no point looking forward to anything anymore because AI slop is going to be inescapable everywhere.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >why climb mountains?
        moron. you were never going to make it, and you certainly can't now if you can't adapt. flip burgers until robots take your job.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          To that end, what IS the point of climbing a mountain? Why not stay in your cyberdome all day and get a direct feed of pleasure for hours and hours on end?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I don’t care about “making it” I just want to live in a normal human world like the one I grew up in and lived in for years until the 2020s ruined everything.

          I don’t want to adapt to a world which is objectively worse than the one I lived in before.

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

          There is at least one lifetime's worth of erotic games I torrented to my NAS

          Even if everything becomes aislop I still have enough content.

          I am doing something similar with my huge physical media collection including games for every console going back to the SNES generation. But I worry that this won’t last forever. Maybe one day techhomosexuals will lobby to make physical collections illegal so that everyone is forced to consume AI slop. You never know what could happen in this clown world.

          If things pan out the way that tech bro morons want them to then we'll all be dead or neurologically enslaved in 20 years. Meaning, at this point, only exists in revolting against the coming silicon valley basedciopath tyranny.

          Big tech companies have too much power because of how much of life that normalgays already surrendered to them by making the internet and social media so successful. Now we’re at the whims of these fricking freaks and there is nothing we can do about it.

          ’s no point learning any kind of skill or art form (drawing, playing an instrument, crafting anything, etc) because AI will do all of those things
          Acquiring these skills is inherently enjoyable, and it's going to get even better once you have a personalized AI tutor guiding you the whole way. If you saw a dog playing Chopin on the piano, would you not be impressed, even if a human can do it better?
          ’s no point forming connections with humans IRL because eventually chatbots will replace real world socialisation for 99% of people
          I'm already an introverted recluse, so that's not a problem for me. Society owes me a superintelligent AI gf.
          ’s no point consuming any media or trying to learn anything anymore because everything could now be an AI generated fake.
          And we will have AIs to determine whether or not something is AI-generated. I think people using the "threat of deepfakes" for political purposes is a greater threat than the deepfakes themselves.

          I don’t want a fricking AI tutor. I don’t want any form of AI in my life whatsoever. I noticed Microsoft tried to force some “copilot” shit onto my taskbar in the recent update and they wouldn’t let me remove it via ordinary methods. I had to go digging in the control panel to find a toggle to disable it. It’s fricking INSANE just how aggressively these c**ts are pushing AI trash onto us. I haven’t used ChatGPT once in my life and never will.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Now we’re at the whims of these fricking freaks and there is nothing we can do about it.
            I agree, but we have a very narrow window of opportunity to demand governments protect information derived from the nervous system. Storing any information like that that isn't yours should require a signed and notarized (physically) form on physical paper. That way research can still proceed but passive harvesting is impossible and you can do whatever you want with your own data.

            That's the only actionable thing I can think of that doesn't involve something illegal.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >but we have a very narrow window of opportunity to demand governments protect information derived from the nervous system.
              Even if you accomplished that, they'd just ignore it anyway
              How many times has Facebook been in court this year alone for breaking the laws around data collection?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                That's why you define the penalties as min(x% of total firm revenue, x% of GDP) per offense so that blatant disregard will destroy the company. Ideally you'd make it punishable by execution but the average moron would think that's too harsh.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                *execution of the CEO

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Great idea anon, can you name a single example where this has been applied to the law let alone executed?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Why does it even matter? And yes I've seen "pick the minimum/maximum penalty" used in law many times. Go look up sentencing recommendations or whatever they're called.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Maybe one day techhomosexuals will lobby to make physical collections illegal so that everyone is forced to consume AI slop. You never know what could happen in this clown world.
            They 100% will

            > I noticed Microsoft tried to force some “copilot” shit onto my taskbar in the recent update and they wouldn’t let me remove it via ordinary methods. I had to go digging in the control panel to find a toggle to disable it.
            This is why we've been shilling Linux and free software, anon. Freedom matters and is worth the hassle in learning how to use less intuitive tools.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >it's slop even though it's perfect down to a pixel and indistinguishable from human work
        You're actually mentally ill. Actual psyopped moron. This level of elitism is even worse than Linux vs Windows users. You're also gonna tell people that their work sucks because they used Photoshop instead of a FOSS alternative?
        Look at how bad AI was *just* a year ago. That shit will be perfect in a few years. What are you gonna do then? Go full schizo and attack random artists because their linework looks a bit off, so they *might* have used AI? (their work is now soulless, btw, don't forget that)

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Legimately deranged post and philosophy

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Look at how bad AI was *just* a year ago. That shit will be perfect in a few years.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Anon, you're a man. A man's desire for women is creepy in itself.
      Being perceived as a creep is inevitable. Going home alone is not.
      Keep trying brother.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >backlash for using shitty AI art
      Lmao what's gonna happen? A few butthurt Twitter posts and then people just continue using that company's product?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nobody outside of twitter nerds, care. Normies are literally to blind and moronic to notice the AI. And even if you point it out, they would still tell you "I donno bro looks good to me".
      Voting with your wallet won't work here, because majority of fricking npcs eat it up.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >1880s
    "What's the point of painting and drawing now that we have cameras?"

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cameras didn’t invalidate the entire human existence.

      AI fricks up every aspect of human life and makes living basically pointless. Every job, skill, every form of entertainment and even socialisation itself is going to be replaced by AI.

      I just hate it so much, I’m losing my mind over this shit, I cannot stop thinking about it 24/7, I’m starting to question if anything in this world is even real anymore.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I just hate it so much, I’m losing my mind over this shit, I cannot stop thinking about it 24/7, I’m starting to question if anything in this world is even real anymore
        I feel the same way and came very close to killing myself. The only way to escape that feeling is to channel it into pure unbridled hatred for the "people" building this shit and enslaving humanity. Unironically there's still time to regulate a lot of this away, or at least tax it so hard that a normal life will still be possible for most people.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Also: 99% of the people on here who respond with histrionic positivity to any criticism of their AI fantasies are either mentally unstable morons who have to be zealous to keep the lie alive and not lose hope or autistic meth using sadists who fantasize and jerk each other off about the suffering and chaos they're about to cause in their private discord. If there's a group that ever fit the pol fantasy of child raping cartoonishly evil villains trying to orchestrate the world it's pro AI "techno optimists"

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I’m losing my mind over this shit,
        My brother in Christ, I think you should stop and have a sit with yourself in complete silence and pontificate on what you like, and want to do. If you're really that overwhelmed by this, and maybe it's rightfully so, I'd consider getting into a hobby where you make something real, carpentry or something. Shit, make swords, I don't know what you're into. These days you can turn literally any hobby into a full time income with a website and dumb tiktoks showing how you make the things you make. AI can't craft physical goods. At least not yet.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    There is at least one lifetime's worth of erotic games I torrented to my NAS

    Even if everything becomes aislop I still have enough content.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    the exit is right there, homosexual

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If things pan out the way that tech bro morons want them to then we'll all be dead or neurologically enslaved in 20 years. Meaning, at this point, only exists in revolting against the coming silicon valley basedciopath tyranny.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    ’s no point learning any kind of skill or art form (drawing, playing an instrument, crafting anything, etc) because AI will do all of those things
    Acquiring these skills is inherently enjoyable, and it's going to get even better once you have a personalized AI tutor guiding you the whole way. If you saw a dog playing Chopin on the piano, would you not be impressed, even if a human can do it better?
    ’s no point forming connections with humans IRL because eventually chatbots will replace real world socialisation for 99% of people
    I'm already an introverted recluse, so that's not a problem for me. Society owes me a superintelligent AI gf.
    ’s no point consuming any media or trying to learn anything anymore because everything could now be an AI generated fake.
    And we will have AIs to determine whether or not something is AI-generated. I think people using the "threat of deepfakes" for political purposes is a greater threat than the deepfakes themselves.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >The whole of human existence has been rendered pointless because of AI
    Maybe creating a super intelligent life form who will surpass us in every conceivable field was our very purpose of existance in the end.

    Now the question is, will you die as a simple human or merge with the Machine?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You sound like a religious cultist. Kys seriously.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why do they let people with downs syndrome use the internet?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I fear the consequences of answering this due to roco's basilisk

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Rocks basilisk canr hurt you, a simulation of you (even if it was actually conscious) still isn't you. Just make sure you can always have a nice day without leaving too much of the brain intact.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Thank you for your participation.
          2031.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >merge with someone else's convention of God
      Didn't work the first few times and it'll follow the same suit again.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >1 basilisk not enough
        >print x infinitum
        >basilsk swarm outclassed by different swarm arrangements
        >repeat?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >basilsk swarm outclassed by different swarm arrangements
          >repeat?
          Missed the step where the swarms get caught in a loop and complicate due to pros and cons.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If AGI leads to utopian abundance and super-technology you could build a interstellar space rocket and just leave, find a personal planet just for you and build a perfect society there. There are virtually unlimited amount of planets out there. Or build a space habitat somewhere, where no one would ever find you.

    This is what AI cucks probably believe, forgetting that this is a future only for the super rich, because they have every incentive to keep you poor, mortal and stuck on Earth forever. They don't want competition in space, because they're the same stupid monkey Black folk as everyone else.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >because they have every incentive to keep you poor, mortal and stuck on Earth forever.
      What incentives? If scarcity is mostly not an issue anymore, why would they care? It would actually require more effort to keep people poor.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >why would they care?
        Are you twelve? The desire for control is inbuilt in most people, and the billionaire class selects for sociopathy and narcissism. If what you think is going to happen was realistic then Jeff Bezos and Zuckerberg would have given away almost everything they own, because even a millionth of their wealth would be enough to live in luxury for the rest of their lives. In real terms they could improve the lives of everyone on earth and suffer no material consequences. But they don't, because they want control. Most people would do the same in their positions.

        Jesus fricking christ how are you so fricking moronic.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >But they don't, because they want control.
          Only according to your dumb headcanon. The rich aren't comic book supervillains twirling their mustaches, moron. Nor are they a singular cabal working together in lock-step. It won't matter if they want control or not if the technology is decentralized and they have no significant competitive advantage.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I never said they were you mouth breathing Black person. Go watch "psychology for morons" on YouTube, or better yet go outside.
            >It won't matter if they want control or not if the technology is decentralized and they have no significant competitive advantage
            This isn't currently the case and there's no reason to believe it will become the case.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >This isn't currently the case and there's no reason to believe it will become the case.
              It absolutely is the case you dumb moron. There is no single corporation or nation-state that has a monopoly on AI technology.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You could just do things that you enjoy because you enjoy them

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What if you don't enjoy doing things anymore?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Die

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Wrong, the correct answer was; living out of spite

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Sounds like you enjoy spite

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        What you forget is that many jobs already aren’t exactly needed and made up. But for one reason or another they still exist. Do people actually need McDonald’s, carpenters, retirement homes (it would be much more economical to just shoot old people), government workers, all these excessive building projects, three cars

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The point is to study AI to be able to ride with the wave instead of being swept by it, not that I expected your moronic brain to think of it anyway.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      lol.. sure thing bro. like your sorry ass will ever amount to anything

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Do things because you want to

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    just in time to prepare for Terminator anon
    you have been preparing to fight skynet have you not anon?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      have a nice day buddy

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Whatever the frick you want. Its like the invention of paper. Shitpost to your heart's content until you invest in one as a way of life.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >shitposts ai adventures of ass zombies
      >develops a cult following
      >start thinking about ways to frick with people using parts of ass zombie lore
      >innovate with ai in other areas using ass zombie developments
      >profit?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I am already using AI to generate ass zombies and their associated lore.

        It's a fetish thing.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Patrician tastes

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >be pharmacy tech
    >literally the highest ranked "replaced in the next X years list"
    >every year for decades
    >machines that fill prescriptions have existed for decades
    >AI that can type prescriptions has been in place for at least 10 years
    >~95% of prescriptions are electronic at this point
    >still no sign of the "profession" going away
    You're probably fine if you're actually a competent programmer.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just have a nice day you stupid b***h.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    > there’s no point building a career because 99% of jobs will be eliminated or ruined by AI
    Or, you can look forward to not needing to wage slave your life away.

    > there’s no point learning any kind of skill or art form (drawing, playing an instrument, crafting anything, etc) because AI will do all of those things
    Or, you can do these things for the pleasure of doing them, not because it brings you material advantages (I mean "playing an instrument" has been mastered by machines for over a century)

    > there’s no point conversing on the internet anymore because everyone you interact with could just be an AI in disguise
    Or, you can talk on the web simply for fun and personal enrichment rather than as a sort of competitive video game where you win by making people kill themselves.

    > there’s no point forming connections with humans IRL because eventually chatbots will replace real world socialisation for 99% of people (just like smartphones/internet already replaced the real world) and normies will just stop socialising IRL anymore
    Or, you can use technology to help you connect with people face to face in the real world.

    > there’s no point consuming any media or trying to learn anything anymore because everything could now be an AI generated fake. you could read a “news article” about something that never even happened and all the “photographs” and “videos” of it are just made by AI
    Or, you can realize that you never needed AI to do this, and critically analyze and cross-check information, and trust reliable sources instead of random sensationalist clickbait and conspiracy theories. Out of context is as good as fake.

    > there’s no point getting excited for new video games or movies etc in the future because now they will all just be zero-effort AI slop generated to appeal to morons and third worlders
    Or, since the cost to make these things will trend towards zero, you'll be able to create your own personalized media to cater to you

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Or, you can look forward to not needing to wage slave your life away
      Why would the elite pay for his lifestyle for free?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        LOL Fr. Poorgays who don't want to work to make a living should be executed

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Why would the elite pay for his lifestyle for free?
        Because if people can't afford to buy their products, the wealthy won't be able to earn a profit, and the economy will collapse. That's why most of the "elites" in the AI sector, like Altman and Musk, support UBI.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Because if people can't afford to buy their products, the wealthy won't be able to earn a profit
          They won't need to, they'll own all the wealth and can continue to grow it by generating more from automated expansion of industry. No consumers required except other components of their infinite demonic machines.

          Also your case for optimism is essentially "the sociopaths in charge of things will keep us around so that they have an ant farm to play with." Do you understand the implications of that?

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's understandable that the rapid advancement of technology, particularly in the form of AI, can be unsettling for some people. However, it's essential to approach this issue with a more balanced perspective. While AI is indeed transforming various aspects of our lives, it doesn't render human existence entirely pointless. Here are some considerations to keep in mind:

    Human Creativity and Uniqueness:
    While AI can perform specific tasks efficiently, it lacks the creativity, emotions, and uniqueness that define human experiences. Art, music, literature, and other forms of expression are deeply rooted in human emotions and perspectives that AI can't fully replicate.

    Human Connections:
    AI cannot replace the depth and richness of human relationships. While technology facilitates communication, the value of real-life interactions, empathy, and shared experiences remains irreplaceable. AI can be a tool to connect, but it doesn't replace the need for genuine human connection.

    Learning and Growth:
    The joy of learning, personal growth, and the pursuit of knowledge are integral parts of the human experience. AI can assist in learning, but the desire to explore, question, and understand the world around us is a uniquely human trait.

    Adaptation:
    Societies have always faced challenges and adapted to technological advancements. While AI may change the landscape of certain industries, it also opens up new possibilities for innovation, creativity, and collaboration.

    It's natural to feel uneasy about change, but resilience and adaptability are essential human qualities. Rather than seeing AI as a threat, consider how it can be integrated into our lives in a way that complements and enhances the human experience. Additionally, participating in discussions about ethical AI development and usage can contribute to shaping a future that aligns with human values and aspirations.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      thats a very interesting and human point of view. upvoted

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ai can't fix all your garbage, slow, laggy fricked up moronic tech.

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    There's still BOT.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's it I'm killing myself

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    ’s no point building a career because 99% of jobs will be eliminated or ruined by AI
    ’s no point learning any kind of skill or art form (drawing, playing an instrument, crafting anything, etc) because AI will do all of those things
    Both of these points only hold true as far as money is concerned, learning a skill and perfecting it can provide personal satisfaction, and a good career can provide social standing.
    ’s no point conversing on the internet anymore because everyone you interact with could just be an AI in disguise
    You should engage in online dialogue selfishly, it exists to elighten you, not so you can enlighten others. If AI can provide valid arguments, you still stand to gain from online discourse.
    ’s no point forming connections with humans IRL because eventually chatbots will replace real world socialisation for 99% of people (just like smartphones/internet already replaced the real world) and normies will just stop socialising IRL anymore
    Chatbots will replace people when they become better than real people, there is nothing wrong with this.
    ’s no point consuming any media or trying to learn anything anymore because everything could now be an AI generated fake. you could read a “news article” about something that never even happened and all the “photographs” and “videos” of it are just made by AI
    This is two points merged into one line. Starting with "fake" media, who cares? If the media is good, what does it matter?
    As for false information, that's already an issue you deal with by simply being on the internet.
    ’s no point getting excited for new video games or movies etc in the future because now they will all just be zero-effort AI slop generated to appeal to morons and third worlders
    There is no reason to believe that AI generated video games will be worse than modern games. If anything, they will allow smaller studios to cater to more specific niches by reducing the cost of development.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    ai has hit a massive wall, there is no more easy to access data sets to train on.

    It is going to be slower for ages now

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Aye. The harsh truth is that all advancements in AI have been enabled by more compute being available. The technology behind the LLMs of today may be more advanced than what we had in the 1940s-60s, but none of it would matter without big datasets (from the neverending mountain of information on the Internet, of course) and raw power.
      Now, Moore's Law is dead. Compute isn't getting exponentially cheaper anymore. In fact, we're at the point of diminishing returns.

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    As a historian, I see the AI as the best thing ever invented for my field. Using the AI, we shall finally uncover the lost history that's been laying around waiting to be transcripted.
    And we're safe and sound since the AI doesn't understand humanities at all. Lmao not like any history graduate is employed anyway. You can't fire an unemployed man.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I was thinking about doing this too. I think you could somehow compare embedding spaces generated from documents and then generate an embedding space from the voynich manuscript and compare it to known-language ones to determine if it's actual language or not. Maybe you could even coerce equivalent axes and translate that way.

      If anyone does this and it produces interesting results please credit 4chinz.

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >WAAAAAH I'm no longer mommys special boy
    >WAAAAH Muh sovl, TikTok dances and Marvel basedheros movies will be AI generated, where's the SOVL!!! I want a REAL braindead streamer to react to videos for 12 hours straight, not a bot (trust me I can tell the difference)

    >Gets beaten by a bot in-game
    >uninstalls, because obviously now the game is pointless

    >throws out his chess board, since an algorithm can stay 30 moves ahead of him and always beat him
    >NO POINT IN PLAYING THEN!!!

    >AI can generate a better image then he will ever make in a split second
    >gives up drawing, because it was never a real fun hobby and he was just looking forward to the shekels and attention

    >Gives up going outside because he can just view it with Google Street View
    >gets depressed because his entire city has been mapped out and virtualized, there's obviously no point in going for a walk then

    >gives up doing anything someone else has done before him, because obviously now it doesn't make sense anymore

    Here's a thought, GET OFF TWITTER AND GO OUTSIDE, LITERALLY NONE OF THIS IS AN ISSUE IN REAL LIFE

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    2 shekels in your account

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Doing is gay, just be

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just calm down. Eventually we'll have ultra realistic simulated realities where you'll be able to live out any fantasy or dream you've ever had and it will feel as real as your own life. It'll be better than anything this life can offer.

  27. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm perfectly fine knowing that human history stopped in 2021 and everything made after that year can be safely disregarded.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I have been wondering about that myself. There's going to be so much AI generated junk on the internet in the next few years that's going to poison future AI trained on that data.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Isn't that the basis for many of the more existential conspiracy theories involving openai's future plans?
        That they plan to poison the well they drank from with AI generated trash so nobody else can generate a competitive AGI ever again.

  28. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If AI really ends up changing the world as rapidly as many think it will, then I suppose the point in life now is to watch it happen. It'll be comfy.

  29. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If it really bothers you so much then learn as much as you can about LLMs and how to poison their datasets on a massive scale. Create your own AI whose entire purpose is to ruin the development of other AI.

  30. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    ’s no point learning any kind of skill or art form (drawing, playing an instrument, crafting anything, etc) because AI will do all of those things
    I don't care unless there's an AI that 100% predicts what my next drawing will look like.

  31. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Think about the fact that for the vast majority of human existence, people didn't have the ability to view realistic visual depictions of reality that they could rely on. Forget photography, even art/painting styles didn't become realistic until the last few centuries.

    There were also no news services, people had to rely on word of mouth from people they trusted and decide for themselves whether they believed it.

    AI just means a return to that situation after a weird blip of about 80 years. So the situation won't be new, if anything it's trad.

  32. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If people could come together and prevent corpos from hogging the AI, we could just have AI do the hard work while we pursued passions for fun. AI isn't the problem. Greed and people are. AI is just a tool.

  33. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just learn a craft that creates physical products

  34. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You have something even the brightest star does not have, the ability to see the beauty of it all.

  35. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    it simply means no job anon, you don't need a job, wouldn't you like to enjoy your life instead of doing a job?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      but what will you do for money?

  36. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Worldwide NEETdom is inevitable.

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