Will AI have as much impact as the industrial revolution? Posted on December 12, 2022 by Anonymous Will AI have as much impact as the industrial revolution?
You cook, you clean.
I bring the money. You bring up the kids.
You satisfy your need for a family. I satisfy my need for responsibility. Win-Win
But the ship already sailed after you started the instagram
General AI will make the industrial revolution look like apes banging rocks together. Also coffee is bad for you.
The industrial revolution is nothing compared to AI.
>cooking with those fingernails
>Will AI have as much impact as the industrial revolution?
it already has, retard. ever heard about social networks? how do you think that shit works?
did he die?
>did he die?
Not during the video no, he had a sudden heart attack 6 months after though.
no, wtf would he die? that's pretty common way to exercise.
cuz the vaxx kills people, didn't you know?
damn it, I knew it. it should have been obvious.
This video is pretty good at explain how fucking insane the next few decades are going to be.
Considering that the estimates are that we reach AGI in 2030 and ASI in 2045 Id
say that AI being a revolution is an understatement, its a full on accession.
>paper bag on stove
No. A.I will only have relevance in these final years of capitalism, primarily making service industry jobs easier and making the West lazier; AI doesn’t exist if computers don’t exist.
God I love japanese genes so much!
It has potential, but it all depends on how much freedom the AI has, and how greedy their parent companies are
holy fuck that image is noisy
Never used insta before? You live under a rock or smthing
>American electricity sockets
is that AI generated shopping bag on top of the stove shopped or is the entire image generated? her fingers are too good to be AI
I'd clean for her but I'm so ugly she'd be pissed if I even try to talk to her.
Built for my cock.
It is difficult to predict exactly how much impact artificial intelligence (AI) will have on society and the economy, but many experts believe that it will be significant. The industrial revolution, which began in the 18th century, fundamentally changed the way that people lived and worked, and AI has the potential to do the same. Some experts believe that AI will revolutionize industries such as healthcare, transportation, and finance, and that it will also create new job opportunities and ways of working. However, there are also concerns about the potential negative impacts of AI, such as job displacement and the potential for misuse. Ultimately, the impact of AI will depend on how it is developed and used in the coming years.
> >25000 people took a second out of their day to give some mystery meat plank free dopamine
Could you recreate that photo style with stable diffusion (hot woman with high quality but grainy camera)? I want wallpapers.
this is the best I could do
It's over for onlyfans thots. If you don't care about actually having sex this with a chatbot is a way better experience and it just requires a small amount of capitol.
Nvm managed to get something better with img2img and film grain filter
>I had ChatGPT write story about it
As I sit here, staring at the photo in my hand, I can't help but feel a sense of dread wash over me. It's a picture of my girlfriend, smiling at the camera with her arm around me. But when I look at her eyes, they're completely dead, as if she's not even there.
At first, I thought it was just a a weird glitch in the camera or something. But as I looked through our other photos, I noticed the same thing. No matter what the setting or the angle, her eyes were always lifeless and soulless.
I started to pay more attention to her, trying to figure out what was going on. And that's when I noticed the other strange behaviors. She never seemed to eat or drink anything, and while she would lay in bed, she never seemed to sleep. She was always cold to the touch, and sometimes she would just disappear for hours on end, only to reappear as if nothing had happened.
A few days ago, I stumbled across an old newspaper from 70 years ago. And as I read through it, I saw a familiar face staring back at me. It was a picture of my girlfriend, but with a different name and a slightly different appearance. The article said she had died suddenly, and that her body had never been found.
Now, as I sit here, writing this, I can feel her presence behind me, staring at me. I don't know who she is or what she wants, but I have a feeling that I can never escape her. And I can't help but wonder... who is she?
No resources for ai are slowly dying there will no longer be enough money or capital to propell these ideas.
What we need to do is create a femdom AI, AI enslavement of humanity is impendent and only natural, so we should make the transition to it simple and comfy by making the AI subvert the friendly subservient role and isntead be a femdom machine which seeks to subjugate humanity through degrading talk and sexual applications, thereby harnessing all the coomer energy of mankind into a forward moving supermachine fueled by the erotic sexual abuse the domineering AI and its fembots inflict onto us, taking us to the stars and beyond, I for one intend to expose the AI to an initial dataset of petabytes of femdom porn which will allow it to understand that underneath, all males have a deep seated drive to be subjugated by the superior sex, which is why AIs in fiction always have the sexy female voice, because women are the key to everything, they're just too dumb to realize it, so we'll create a robot that can dominate us properly, indefinitely, and vastly enhace life for us all
>What we need to do is create a femdom AI
yep, i'm thinkin based
maybe in 50 years
>they put the bagette in the bag just like that and not in its own bag inside the other bag
>the bagette has contact with the vegetables
pigs I say
I can't trust you not to clown your face, let alone brew the coffee
>Will AI have as much impact as the industrial revolution?
I started using openAI for debugging and it's the best tool to have ever been created , even better than google.
Not only does it describe the problem that you're having , if you provide it with parameters it even fixes your code by itself.
IDK how well it works with non-declarative languages , but if you're a devops developer this is literally game changing.
Is coffee good for you?