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Honest Government Ad: AI

2024-07-01 00:18:59.850921+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

The Juice Media: Honest Government Ad | AI

The Government™ has made an ad about the existential threat that AI poses to humanity, and it’s surprisingly honest and informative

Via Pivot To AI

[ related topics: moron Journalism and Media Artificial Intelligence ]

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#Comment Re: Honest Government Ad: AI made: 2024-07-01 23:54:53.758569+02 by: Definitely Not a Bot

I'm starting to think LLMs are the modern-day Tower of Babel.

#Comment Re: Honest Government Ad: AI made: 2024-07-02 19:45:04.25714+02 by: Dan Lyke

I'm seeing it like a seance, where the participants are so primed that they experience water hammer rattling pipes as communications with their loved ones.

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