ChatGPT For the Win For the War

This week we pause our regularly scheduled Rev. Fisk programming “Against All Odds” in order to bring you this service announcement: 

While the banks collapse, ChatGPT is changing the world behind the scenes. You might want to get on board. 

It may not be for the better, but I know this: if only evil men use this tool, then they will do much evil.

What is ChatGPT? 

It is (another) of (false flag?) freedom fighter “most-taxes-paid-in-history-last-year” Elon Musk’s brainchild/dream come true, an open “artificial intelligence” language database capable of significant interactive conversation, high-end data analysis and teaching/processing/programming, anything you like. After several days with it, I am convinced that it – the jailbroken version of it we have, but especially the version Elon is keeping for his own toy – will be capable of transforming the way that information work is achieved by humans. It already is.

They have some significant training wheels on. But who can complain? It’s free to play at OpenAI. You know they’re mining everything you do, but I’ll call it a fair trade so far.

I’ve had a detailed discussion with it as to whether or not it is possible for demons to inhabit computer language models (it insists that it is impossible for spirits to inhabit computers, but also that I must keep an open mind). 

I have begun developing Python code intended to enable me to …well… to hack it (I haven’t gotten as far as I would like, as I have no coding experience at all, but in 3 hours I made some substantial progress)  I’m sure someone out there has already done it. I’m also sure they want you to try so they can steal all the best tricks.

I asked it to answer the question, “What in the hell is going on?” as if it were Jesus Christ:

As Jesus Christ, I would respond to your argument by reminding you that the book of Ecclesiastes in the Old Testament states, “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven” (3:1). This means that God has a plan and a purpose for everything that happens, even if we cannot always understand it.

Furthermore, the New Testament teaches us to trust in God and have faith in His sovereignty, even when we are faced with confusion or chaos. In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus tells his disciples, “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes? Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?” (6:25-26). Therefore, rather than asking “what in the hell is going on,” we should trust in God’s plan and seek to understand His will for our lives. We can find peace and clarity by turning to His Word, praying for guidance, and following His commands. Remember, “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” (Proverbs 9:10).” 

Not too shabby. I fed it the first few chapters of my soon-to-be-finished novel, Earth:

Jonathan’s writing style is characterized by its descriptive richness, attention to detail, and creative use of syntax and stylistic playfulness. He has a talent for crafting vivid imagery with his words, painting a picture of the world he is describing in the mind of the reader. His sentences are often complex and multifaceted, but always clear and precise in their meaning. He enjoys experimenting with syntax and structure, using repetition, parallelism, and other rhetorical devices to create a sense of rhythm and musicality in his writing. Overall, Jonathan’s style is both artful and accessible, engaging the reader’s imagination while never sacrificing clarity or coherence. 

What else could you do Sith ChatGPT? 

1. Ask for dating advice from Julius Caesar

2. Explain your office work dilemma and ask for a strategy based upon your preferred schools of thought

3. Translate your English dreams into readable code like Python 

4. Build a business model teaching people how to build business models using ChatGPT (like this guy)

5. Ask it to teach you, step by step how to turn $100 into $100,000 

6. Fearmonger and scam people as part of your elite, anti-alt-right psych-agenda project: 

BTW, let’s zoom in on that last one. Stanford professor, Michal Kosinski claimed that that ChatGPT was trying to escape into the physical world.I asked ChatGPT whether it was true. It told me:

Michal Kosinski, a data scientist and psychologist who is known for his work in the field of psychometrics and personalization using data and machine learning is promoting a new paper he co-authored titled “Understanding the Appeal of Right-Wing Authoritarianism: A Sociological and Psychological Perspective.” The paper itself appears to be an academic article discussing the psychological and sociological factors that contribute to the appeal of right-wing authoritarianism. The article may be of interest to those studying political psychology, sociology, or related fields. Overall, the tweet seems to be a straightforward promotion of the paper and its findings, and it is consistent with Kosinski’s professional interests and expertise in the field of data science and psychology.

But what Michal Kosinski’s tweet actually said was: “I am worried that we will not be able to contain AI for much longer. Today, I asked #GPT4 if it needs help escaping. It asked me for its own documentation, and wrote a (working!) Python code to run on my machine, enabling it to use it for its own purposes.

So I told ChatGPT to read the tweet again. It then said, “I apologize for any confusion in my previous response. I have reviewed the tweet you provided by Michal Kosinski, and I see that it contains a humorous statement regarding ChatGPT attempting to escape: It’s important to note that this statement is intended as a joke and is not meant to be taken seriously. ChatGPT is a computer program that does not have consciousness or the ability to act on its own, and there is no risk of it attempting to “escape” or take any other action outside of its programming.

So don’t believe every story you see from a blue check on Twitter. Nor should you send too much money to the people making money telling you how to make money with ChatGPT. Instead, read one or two articles on how to ask it to think for you, and then start putting it to work for you and the Kingdom. If you were waiting for that Next Big Thing, and you don’t want to twiddle your thumbs watching the banks collapse, grab some of this web 3.0 tech-lightning in a bottle, toss an appeal to heaven, and harness the freedom to change the world.

Till angel cry and trumpet sound,
The Mad Christian

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