it loves getting a rut of suggesting the lamest 20 things it can possibly think of. mood board! gardening! volunteering! it’s a fucking supercomputer and that’s all it can do??

it can’t even suggest jerking off or taking a bath or smoking weed or opening a window for fresh air. just this fucking mindless dopey bullshit

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    The real answer is that it’s trained on Internet data. And if you search the same question on Google, you’ll get tons and tons of pages listing those same exact types of things.

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    Creating and maintaining a garden is a much better option than jerking or smoking weed.

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        Speak for yourself!

        Edit: this was a jerking off joke if it wasn’t clear

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      i guess but that’s far from an “instant” boost; there’s clearly a difference between ‘somehow manifest the energy to buy seeds and dirt and go to the store etc etc’ versus take a bath

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        You get instant boosts all the time from a good hobby. You plan something - boost! You buy something - boost. You then realise your plan - boost! And the effect of these boosts lasts.

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    Do you really want to know why it doesn’t suggest sexual things? First, kids use it. Second, that’s a pretty temporary fix for the problem of boredom, while it’s suggesting longer term projects.

    And it won’t suggest drug use because that’s illegal in many places, such as the USA where ChatGPT is based.

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    Wow do people really talk to AI in this tone of voice? I use gpt 4 daily and always say “please” and “thank you” in my requests, the same as I’d talk to a colleague.

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      I usually try to be polite and always say please, but when it gets in a rut like this and will not stop suggesting “Breathing Exercises” or “Dance Break” or “Shadow Puppetry” it doesn’t seem to matter if I be polite or say in all caps ‘are you fucking stupid; you are a supercomputer and that’s all you can do??’, it’ll keep regurgitating the same 20 things no matter what