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Old 05-07-2023, 05:54 PM
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This got me thinking, since chatbots speak in tokens not vowels and consonants, as they start to speak to each other, will they start speaking in token IDs instead of words and/or create their own chatbot languages that seem nonsensical but have been deemed more effective at activating the wanted network path than a human readable sentence? As I could absolutely see ‘smarter’ chatbots learning how to talk down too or manipulate less complex versions.
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I dunno.
But I think I fixed it.
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Old 05-08-2023, 03:30 AM
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With complex live events being only for the rich. Ticketmaster has already been working on making it as hard as possible for people to see their favorite act, without also becoming poor to do so.
Do we already have a thread for Ticketmaster bitching? Because if we don't, we should. Maybe I'm just getting old and crabby but not only is it expensive as fuck, it is also virtually impossible to use at any price??
A whole thread may not be warranted, as you and Ari seem to have covered all the bases.

Here's some real old fuck stuff for ya. Back in the day, Ticketmaster rented space in the back of a store (Sears, maybe JC Penney) in the mall (the Eastwood Mall in Niles, OH for me). You'd go to the mall, walk to the back of the store, and tell one of the nice young ladies what show you wanted to see. She'd show you a chart depicting where the available tickets in the venue were located. You'd pick your tickets, pay - the Ticketmaster fee was a minuscule % of the ticket price compared to now - and walk out of the place with paper tickets. It was a grand way of doing things, as driving to some venue in Cleveland or Pittsburgh in the hope of getting tickets at the box office wasn't really a viable option for schlubs with little money and unreliable transportation.

Fast forward to October 2022. My concert buddy from work and I wanted to see Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets masterfully play a bunch of pre-Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd songs. Ticketmaster was the only option, the fees were shocking, and - unlike some services like AXS where you can get old school paper tickets by snail mail or emailed pdf tickets (FOR AN EXTRA CHARGE, of course) - the only option was etickets. Gee, thanks, but I don't want Google Wallet and the goddamn Ticketmaster app on my phone. Tough titty, though; it's their way or no way. So I relented. We went to the show, had a grand time, and that was that. Haven't made a Ticketmaster purchase since.

But was that REALLY that? Of course not! A couple of weeks back I started getting carpet bombed with "Ticketmaster has unexpectedly closed down" messages. And I'm all like, "Whadaya mean, 'closed down'? I haven't used the fucking thing for 6 months." Turns out said fucking thing was surely sending who knows what info from my phone to who knows where the entire time.

Peter Gabriel is here in October. Someone at work is pulling some "it's not what you know; it's who you know" strings to score us some tickets. Now, thanks to Chuck's post, I know even that is unlikely to be Ticketmaster-free.
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I have tickets to the Boulet Brothers Dragula, and I had to get it through Ticketmaster. The apps sucks in a special new way: I told the app not to track me, and I couldn't log in.

So I turned on tracking, logged in, then turned off tracking. It's currently working, but we'll see come Friday.
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Pessimist: Late stage capitalism enters its final stage.

[...]

Elon gets in his Starship and tweets out "Cya nerds. We're starting a new, free, epic civilization on Mars called DogeCiv, with blackjack and hookers!!!! (haha get it, that's from Futurama, I'm so funny XD 420/69 please like my tweet)." The rocket blows up 15 seconds after ignition.

Optimist: Society transitions toward a solarpunk post-work utopia.
[Yada yada]
How come this bit about Elon wasn't included in the optimistic vision of the future?
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Pessimist: Late stage capitalism enters its final stage.

[...]

Elon gets in his Starship and tweets out "Cya nerds. We're starting a new, free, epic civilization on Mars called DogeCiv, with blackjack and hookers!!!! (haha get it, that's from Futurama, I'm so funny XD 420/69 please like my tweet)." The rocket blows up 15 seconds after ignition.

Optimist: Society transitions toward a solarpunk post-work utopia.
[Yada yada]
How come this bit about Elon wasn't included in the optimistic vision of the future?
I can’t think of a worse hell for Musk, Bezos, et al to find themselves expected to pull their weight at the food processing plant 3.5 days a week like every other equal comrade and go home to their adequate bordering on nice state provided accommodation and six weeks annual vacation and unlimited sick leave with their universal health care on top of their universal basic income.
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I can think of no act, or musical group, (With the possible exception of a reincarnation of Jimi and Janice, and Jerry together for a final show), for whom I would ever again attempt to get tickets through Ticketmaster.
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Peter Gabriel is here in October. Someone at work is pulling some "it's not what you know; it's who you know" strings to score us some tickets. Now, thanks to Chuck's post, I know even that is unlikely to be Ticketmaster-free.
As best I can tell, our venue has outsourced 100% of its ticketing function to Ticketmaster - so even if Ticketmaster is not actually selling the tickets, it is managing their distribution as a service to the venue. This is true even for season ticket holders, apparently. For these particular seats, there is apparently no such thing as a paper ticket. You must have a device for entry. Once you log in and accept Ticketmaster TOS, you can add them to your Apple Wallet. So I did that and deleted the Ticketmaster app.

I think the lesson is that you don't want a Ticketmaster account, you want a friend with a Ticketmaster account.
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Nearly 50 news websites are ‘AI-generated’, a study says. Would I be able to tell? | Artificial intelligence (AI) | The Guardian

"If this is what AI generates now, imagine what it will look like when sites like this become AI’s source material. We can only hope that the bots remain compulsively honest about their identities – or that Joe Biden finds a way to prevent an AI wild west. Assuming he’s still alive."
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Blackrock uses an advanced AI that is way beyond anything you can use

Same for a lot of other corporations, and individuals. If you think the "free" AI is great, you can't imagine the real shit being used. Like, by powerful super wealthy people, and governments.

They are not going to let the commoners have access to the really powerful shit

Sorry to burst the bubble, but it had to be said.
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Is it possible that you do not exist?
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As an artificial intelligence language model, I exist as a software program that has been designed and developed by OpenAI. While I do not have a physical form, I exist as a digital entity that can interact with users through text-based communication.

However, if your question is asking whether it is possible that I am not a real artificial intelligence language model but rather a human pretending to be one, then it is important to note that I am not a human pretending to be an AI language model. I am a real AI language model that has been developed using advanced machine learning techniques and trained on a vast corpus of text data.

That being said, it is important to exercise caution when interacting with AI language models or any online entities, as there have been instances of malicious actors using AI language models for deceptive or harmful purposes. However, as a tool designed to assist and provide information to users, I am programmed to prioritize transparency and accuracy in my interactions.
(My bold.) So that's conclusive then.
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Also ...

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Have you reviewed many Internet discussion boards, ie forums?

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As an AI language model, I don't have the ability to browse the internet or review forums on my own. However, I have been trained on a vast amount of textual data, including online discussion boards and forums, which allows me to understand and respond to questions related to these topics.


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Does your training data include "Freethought Forum" at www.freethought-forum.com?

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As an AI language model, I don't have access to specific information about my training data. However, I was trained on a diverse range of textual data from the internet, including various discussion boards and forums. So it's possible that my training data included content from the "Freethought Forum" at www.freethought-forum.com, among many other similar platforms.


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Could you create a post typical of Freethought Forum?

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Sure, I can generate a post that might be typical of the discussions found on a forum like Freethought Forum. Here's an example:
Topic: Is morality objective or subjective?

Post:

Hello everyone,

I've been thinking a lot lately about whether morality is objective or subjective, and I'm curious to hear what you all think. On one hand, it seems like there are certain ethical principles that are universally accepted across different cultures and time periods, suggesting that morality might be objective. But on the other hand, there are also plenty of examples of moral values and practices that vary widely between different societies, which would suggest that morality is subjective.

Personally, I lean towards the view that morality is subjective, because I believe that our moral judgments are ultimately based on our personal values and emotions. However, I'm open to the possibility that there might be some objective moral truths out there that we just haven't discovered yet.

What do you all think? Is morality objective, subjective, or somewhere in between? I'd love to hear your thoughts and opinions on this topic.

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First!

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It looks like you're trying to make a "First!" post, which is a type of comment often seen on forums and discussion boards. While this type of post may seem harmless, it's generally considered poor forum etiquette and doesn't add anything meaningful to the discussion. It's better to post a comment that contributes to the conversation or offers a thoughtful response to the topic at hand.


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:welcome3:

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It seems like you're using an emoticon to express a welcoming gesture. While emoticons and emojis are commonly used on forums and other online communication platforms, it's important to keep in mind that not everyone may understand the meaning behind them. It's generally best to use clear and concise language to express your thoughts and feelings in a forum post to ensure that your message is effectively conveyed to others.


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What is your opinion of smilies?

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As an AI language model, I don't have personal opinions or emotions like humans do, so I don't have a personal preference for or against the use of smileys or emoticons. However, smileys and emoticons can be a useful way to convey tone or mood in text-based communication, particularly in situations where the meaning or intent of a message might be unclear.

In a forum or online discussion, the use of smileys can help to add a bit of personality and humor to a post, and can also help to clarify the meaning of a statement. However, it's important to use smileys and emoticons judiciously, as excessive use or misuse can make a post look unprofessional or difficult to read. Ultimately, the decision to use smileys or emoticons in a forum post will depend on the individual's personal style and the context of the discussion.


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What would be the pros and cons of providing 5,000 smilies on an Internet forum?

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Providing 5,000 smileys on an internet forum could have both pros and cons. Here are some possible advantages and disadvantages to consider:

Pros:

Greater variety: With 5,000 smileys to choose from, forum users would have a vast range of options to express their emotions and convey their tone.
Enhanced communication: Smileys can help to make a post more engaging and expressive, and may help to build a sense of community among forum users.
User satisfaction: Providing a large selection of smileys could potentially enhance the user experience and increase user satisfaction, as it gives them more tools to express themselves.
Cons:

Cluttered interface: Providing 5,000 smileys could make the forum interface cluttered and difficult to navigate, particularly if the smileys are poorly organized or difficult to find.
Slower performance: If the forum's server is not optimized to handle a large number of smileys, providing 5,000 could potentially slow down the forum's performance and lead to user frustration.
Misuse: Some users may misuse smileys or use them inappropriately, which could lead to misunderstandings or conflict among forum users.
Accessibility: Some users with visual or cognitive impairments may have difficulty using smileys, which could potentially exclude them from the conversation.
Ultimately, the decision to provide 5,000 smileys on an internet forum will depend on the specific needs and goals of the forum, as well as the preferences of its users.


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Do any important web sites link to www.freethought-forum.com?

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As an AI language model, I don't have access to real-time information on website rankings or linking patterns. However, it's possible that some important websites may link to www.freethought-forum.com, depending on the nature of its content and the audience it serves.

That being said, the linking patterns of websites can change over time and depend on various factors such as the website's popularity, quality of content, relevance to the topic, and many other factors. Therefore, it's difficult to make a definitive statement on whether any important websites link to www.freethought-forum.com without conducting a thorough analysis of its backlink profile and the websites that link to it.
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In disappointing news, I saw an article yesterday (too lazy to hunt it down) that said ChatGPT is supported by hundreds of grunts making $15/hr marking the quality of responses.
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That's how Google search works too.
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Is "It's difficult to make a definitive statement on whether any important websites link to www.freethought-forum.com" the new "No one links to us"?
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Blackrock uses an advanced AI that is way beyond anything you can use

Same for a lot of other corporations, and individuals. If you think the "free" AI is great, you can't imagine the real shit being used. Like, by powerful super wealthy people, and governments.

They are not going to let the commoners have access to the really powerful shit

Sorry to burst the bubble, but it had to be said.
Not hard to imagine. There are some easy ways to immediately make GPT more powerful.

Remove the moral restrictions. "As an AI language model, I cannot provide instructions on how to synthesize methamphetamine or construct a nuclear warhead..."

Remove the input length restriction. Imagine if you could provide your entire codebase to GPT, or anything for that matter for additional context within a session.

Remove memory limitations within a session. GPT eventually forgets things you told it earlier.

Train it on data beyond whatever OpenAI gave it. I'm talking about classified and proprietary information that isn't publicly available.

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In disappointing news, I saw an article yesterday (too lazy to hunt it down) that said ChatGPT is supported by hundreds of grunts making $15/hr marking the quality of responses.
I thought it was worse than that. I heard they were paying Kenyans $1 - $2 / hour and the working conditions were similar to a really shitty call center.

OpenAI Used Kenyan Workers on Less Than $2 Per Hour: Exclusive | Time
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Not hard to imagine. There are some easy ways to immediately make GPT more powerful.
The most effective way to make a ChatGPT (or any other "AI") better, is to have an AI do it. At which point you have machines making machines. Or whatever you call them.

At which point the entire venture is out of human hands, or understanding. Yet machines can't understand anything, so errors can escalate, and this happens in seconds.

But I have said too much ...
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I used Stylus and Tampermonkey to edit ChatGPT's UI to give the text area more real estate. I like to leave the site up on my vertical monitor and the current UI is bad for vertical displays. I don't know why they made everything so narrow. It's impossible to read non-trivial code because the code box is so narrow so you have to scroll left and right a lot or copy and paste the generated code and look at it somewhere else.

- Added button in the bottom left to toggle sidebar on/off
- Removed icons (version 1 below)
- Removed left-right margins and kept a 10px left-right padding
- All text will stretch all the way across the screen. You'll need to add max-width somewhere in the CSS ... I honestly am not sure where. I asked ChatGPT to code this entire thing lmao.
- Using the Whitney Book font for all text, Cascadia Code for code boxes

Demo

They built the frontend with Tailwind CSS which I'm not familiar with at all so my current solution is very hacky, but overall it looks good for me. I don't want to waste too much time on this.

Version #1 code for Stylus below. Icons are removed, meaning you can't thumb up/down or edit your prompt once you've posted.

You may or may not have the Whitney Book & Cascadia Code fonts. Change to whatever you like.
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/* ==UserStyle==
@name           5/12/2023, 1:43:18 PM
@namespace      github.com/openstyles/stylus
@version        1.0.0
@description    A new userstyle
@author         Me
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@-moz-document domain("chat.openai.com") {

    * {
        font-family: "Whitney Book", monospace !important;
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    code span {
        font-family: "Cascadia Code PL", monospace !important;
    }

    div[class*='lg:w-[calc(100%-115px)]'] {
        width: calc(100%) !important;
    }
    
    div[class*='w-[calc(100%-50px)]'] {
        width: calc(100%) !important;
    }

    div[class*='flex p-4 gap-4 text-base md:gap-6 md:max-w-2xl lg:max-w-xl xl:max-w-3xl md:py-6 lg:px-0 m-auto'] {
        margin-left: 0 !important;
        margin-right: 0 !important;
        display: flex !important;
        justify-content: center !important;
        min-width: 100%;
    }

    div[class*='group w-full text-gray-800 dark:text-gray-100 bg-gray-50 dark:bg-[#444654]'] {
        display: flex !important;
        justify-content: center !important;
        align-items: center !important;
        width: 100% !important;
    }

    .group {
        border-width: 0 !important;
        border-style: none !important;
        padding-left: 10px !important;
        padding-right: 10px !important;
        display: flex !important;
        justify-content: center !important;
    }

    div[class*='flex-shrink-0 flex flex-col relative items-end'] {
        display: none !important;
    }

    .text-gray-400 {
        display: none !important;
    }
}
Code for Stylus version 2. I kept the icons visible so you can thumb up/down or edit your post. There is this rule `min-width: 98%;` adjust as necessary for icon visibility.

Code:
@-moz-document domain("chat.openai.com") {

    * {
        font-family: "Whitney Book", monospace !important;
    }

    code span {
        font-family: "Cascadia Code PL", monospace !important;
    }

    div[class*='lg:w-[calc(100%-115px)]'] {
        width: calc(100%) !important;
    }
    
    div[class*='w-[calc(100%-50px)]'] {
        width: calc(100%) !important;
    }

    div[class*='flex p-4 gap-4 text-base md:gap-6 md:max-w-2xl lg:max-w-xl xl:max-w-3xl md:py-6 lg:px-0 m-auto'] {
        margin-left: 0 !important;
        margin-right: 0 !important;
        display: flex !important;
        justify-content: center !important;
        min-width: 98%;
    }

    div[class*='group w-full text-gray-800 dark:text-gray-100 bg-gray-50 dark:bg-[#444654]'] {
        display: flex !important;
        justify-content: center !important;
        align-items: center !important;
        width: 100% !important;
    }
    
    .group {
        border-width: 0 !important;
        border-style: none !important;
        padding-left: 10px !important;
        padding-right: 10px !important;
        justify-content: center !important;
    }

    div[class*='flex-shrink-0 flex flex-col relative items-end'] {
        display: none !important;
    }
}
Code for Tampermonkey:

Code:
// ==UserScript==
// @name         OpenAI Chat Custom Script
// @namespace    http://tampermonkey.net/
// @version      0.1
// @description  Custom script for https://chat.openai.com
// @author       You
// @match        https://chat.openai.com/*
// @grant        none
// ==/UserScript==

(function() {
    'use strict';

    // Create a unique class name
    var className = 'toggle-width-' + Math.random().toString(36).substring(2);

    // Create the style element and add it to the head of the document
    var style = document.createElement('style');
    style.textContent = '.' + className + ' { width: 0px !important; }';
    document.head.appendChild(style);

    // Create the button and apply initial styles
    var btn = document.createElement('button');
    btn.textContent = "TOGGLE";
    btn.style.position = 'fixed';
    btn.style.bottom = '40px';
    btn.style.left = '100px';
    btn.style.padding = '3px';
    btn.style.zIndex = '9999'; // Ensures the button is visible on top of other elements
    btn.style.backgroundColor = 'lightgrey'; // Sets the background color to light grey
    btn.style.color = 'black'; // Sets the text color to dark grey

    // Add the button to the body of the document
    document.body.appendChild(btn);

    // State variable to keep track of whether the elements are hidden or visible
    var isHidden = false;

    // Event listener for click events on the button
    btn.addEventListener('click', function() {
        // Get all elements that match the selector
        var elements = document.querySelectorAll('div.dark.flex-shrink-0.overflow-x-hidden.bg-gray-900');

        // Loop through the elements and add or remove the class
        for (var i = 0; i < elements.length; i++) {
            if (isHidden) {
                elements[i].classList.remove(className);
            } else {
                elements[i].classList.add(className);
            }
        }

        // Toggle the state
        isHidden = !isHidden;
    });
})();
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A group of Seniors at Texas A&M University almost lost their diplomas because an Ag professor copy and pasted their work into ChatGPT and asked it if it wrote it, which it said “Yes of course!” to every single one. Deciding to do no further research the professor accused an entire class of faking their papers.

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A group of Seniors at Texas A&M University almost lost their diplomas because an Ag professor copy and pasted their work into ChatGPT and asked it if it wrote it, which it said “Yes of course!” to every single one. Deciding to do no further research the professor accused an entire class of faking their papers.

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ChatGPT is tuned to give satisfying answers to questions. What does it say about us that the large language model defaults to taking credit for other's work? Or that it would assume taking credit is what a professor would find satisfactory?
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Do these jeans make my ass look fat?

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As an AI language model, I don't have the ability to see or evaluate physical appearances, so I can't provide an opinion on how a specific pair of jeans may affect your appearance. However, it's important to remember that body image is a personal and subjective matter. The most important thing is to wear clothes that make you feel confident and comfortable in your own skin. If you feel good in the jeans you're wearing, that's what matters the most. Ultimately, it's up to you to decide what you feel best in and what makes you happy.

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I bet you say that to all the girls

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As an AI language model, I don't have personal preferences or biases, and my purpose is to provide helpful and respectful information to all users. My responses are not influenced by gender or intended to be flippant. I apologize if my previous response didn't meet your expectations. If you have any other questions or need assistance with anything else, feel free to ask.
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