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Watch Jordan Peterson explain why ChatGPT is mind-blowing and also terrifying (notthebee.com)

This is absolutely insane. The more you think about it, the more insane it becomes.

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Julia
Julia
21 days ago

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stevencasteel
stevencasteel
21 days ago

He’s right about it being about a 6-month period since this stuff has been around and accelerating in capability. The image generation stuff in particular has been moving at light speed. ChatGPT is just a rebranding of OpenAI’s GPT-3 playground that is a bit more non-nerd user friendly.

I’ve been using both for the last three months to write a book called “Anime According to AI” and it really is incredible. I’ll reply in this thread with a couple chapters.

Keep in mind that the chapters were about four times as long. I’ve iterated several times by deleting, rearranging, editing, and feeding answers back into GPT until I get closer to what I’m looking for.

All in all, this was still WAAAY too much work that I gave myself since I have 75 different animes / chapters. As soon as I finish the book and get the audio book recorded and published, I’m going to shift gears and write books using GPT that don’t require any editing of the answers.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
21 days ago
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“Anne of Green Gables” is an anime that aired way back in the 80s, directed by Isao Takahata, with music by Hayao Miyazaki. It’s about a young orphan girl named Anne who is sent to live with two old people on a farm in Canada, and it’s basically 52 episodes of her trying not to burn the place down.

The series follows Anne as she faces various challenges and learns valuable lessons about responsibility, kindness, and forgiveness while also depicting her growth, friendships, and experiences on the island. The animation is colorful, but not exactly the greatest. The humor is pretty standard stuff, like Anne getting embarrassed and turning red, and the romance is pretty cliche, but heartwarming. The series has a good respect for its female characters, but there are moments where Anne isn’t given the same opportunities as the male characters.

Some iconic scenes include Anne’s arrival, her and Gilbert’s first confrontation, Anne and Diana becoming friends, Gilbert and Anne confessing their love and graduating from college, and the final scene which I won’t spoil here. However, the series has some weaknesses like lack of diversity, slow pacing and overall simplicity. To make the series better, they could improve the animation, add more depth to the characters’ background and motivations and increase the pacing of the plot.

Anne is a ball of fire with a wild imagination, a knack for getting into trouble, and an unshakable optimism. She learns important life lessons, makes a home for herself and even wins over her grumpy kin. But her impulsive nature and wild imagination can be her downfall. A plucky survivor and full of spirit, Anne’s greatest strength is her resilience and compassion. To give her more depth, let’s explore her tragic past, give her more dimension in her relationships, and throw a curveball or two in her life. Maybe she has to confront her personal demons, or make a moral quandary of a decision. Why not give her a new hobby too, like knitting or beekeeping?

And what’s a coming-of-age story without a love interest? Enter Gilbert Blythe, the sharp-minded classmate with a crush on Anne. Though Gilbert is determined and kind, his arrogance and difficulty expressing himself can be a problem. Let’s delve into his background and give him more complex relationships with others. A good new arc for him could be facing a major challenge that tests his mettle.

If you enjoyed the coming-of-age tale of Anne Shirley, try out these anime for more wholesome stories about friendship, family, and self-discovery:

Little Women: Similar to Anne of Green Gables, this anime is based on a classic novel and follows a group of young girls as they navigate growing up.

Fruits Basket: This heartwarming anime tells the story of Tohru, who is taken in by a family with a curse that turns them into animals of the Chinese zodiac when hugged by the opposite sex. It deals with themes of love, family, and forgiveness.

K-On!: A lighthearted, slice-of-life anime that follows a group of high school girls forming a music club, as they navigate friendship and personal growth.

A Place Further Than the Universe: A heartwarming and uplifting adventure anime about a group of high school girls setting off to Antarctica.

The Pet Girl of Sakurasou: A coming-of-age story about a group of problem students living in a dormitory, with a focus on personal growth and relationships, it follows a boy Sorata and his relationship with his eccentric roommate Mashiro.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
21 days ago
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“Attack on Titan” first aired in 2013 then blew up in popularity in the US in 2014. It’s an intense story about humans trying not to become giant monster snacks, complete with action, suspense, and characters that are more complicated than a Rubik’s cube. Set in a post-apocalyptic world that’s equal parts fascinating and depressing, it’s about a young guy named Eren who’s hellbent on getting revenge on Titans after they ate his mom. He joins an elite group of soldiers called the Survey Corps and goes on a journey of self-discovery while fighting giant monsters.

The series features iconic scenes like Eren’s mom getting munched on in the first episode, the fight against the Female Titan, the reveal of the Beast Titan’s identity and the final showdown between Eren and the Founding Titan. These scenes are memorable because they’re super intense and dramatic, and they wrap up the story nicely.

All in all, “Attack on Titan” is a thrilling story about humanity’s fight for survival, set in a unique and fascinating post-apocalyptic world. It’s got iconic scenes, exciting plot and complex characters, but could benefit from more female characters, more in-depth character development, smarter Titans, and more Titan-on-Titan battles. If you’re into post-apocalyptic stories with thrilling action sequences, it’s definitely worth checking out. Plus, if you liked this show, you may also enjoy other anime like “Nanatsu no Taizai,” “Tokyo Ghoul,” “Death Note,” “Elfen Lied,” and “Aldnoah.Zero,” which all have similar themes, characters and action.

Eren Yeager, our main man in Attack on Titan, starts off as a vengeful kid who’s mother was chomped on by Titans, who joins the Survey Corps, the elite group of soldiers who protect humanity from the Titans. Eren goes on a journey of growth and self-discovery as he learns to harness his abilities and overcome the challenges he faces, all while trying to avenge his mother and protect his sister. He starts off being all brawn and no brain, but as the series progresses, he matures and learns to control his emotions, becoming a force to be reckoned with. He also makes some close friends and comrades along the way, and develops a sense of responsibility.

Now let’s talk about the Titans. These guys are big, strong, and nearly invincible, they can even heal from injuries that would be fatal to humans. But they’re also dumb as rocks and just want to eat people. They’re the main antagonists of the series and don’t have much going on upstairs.

To give Titans more depth and complexity, it would be interesting to explore the reasons behind their existence and their unending hunger for human flesh. Giving them different personalities and behaviors would also make them more interesting, as well as more complex relationships with other characters. All these things would make them more of a three-dimensional villain.”

The theme of humanity’s survival against overwhelming odds and the cost of freedom resonates with the viewer making the show one of the best of the genre. Attack on Titan concludes its story in epic way and it’s a must watch for anyone who is a fan of action, fantasy, and post-apocalyptic stories.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
21 days ago
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“Dragon Ball Z” is the ultimate action-packed adventure – it’s like being teleported straight to the World Martial Arts tournament, where the stakes are high, the fights are epic, and the one-liners are cheesy. Produced by Toei Animation and airing from 1989 to 1996, it’s the sequel to the original Dragon Ball anime, but with more muscles and hair. The English dub aired on Cartoon Network from 1996 to 2003, because let’s be real, who doesn’t love a good dubbed anime with questionable voice acting?

The humor in “Dragon Ball Z” is like a power-up, it’s not always consistent, but when it hits, it hits hard. Take for instance, the time when Vegeta’s ego is so big, it takes a hit from a giant pink genie to deflate it.

When it comes to romance, “Dragon Ball Z” keeps it simple and straightforward, like a Kamehameha wave. Sure, there’s a little something between Goku and Chi-Chi, but it’s nothing too dramatic, just a couple of “I’ll be back”s and “I love you”s. As for fan service, you’ve got your fair share of “Battle-damaged” clothing and rippling muscles.

But let’s be real, the real reason we’re all here is for the action, and “Dragon Ball Z” delivers in spades. With epic battles against Raditz, Frieza, the Androids, Cell and Majin Buu, the show never fails to bring the heat. And let’s not forget about the iconic fights between Goku and Vegeta, it’s the ultimate rival showdown. With every punch thrown, it feels like the fate of the world rests in the balance.

Even with all the epic fight scenes and iconic moments, it’s not without its flaws. The inconsistent writing, the questionable pacing, and the characters being more one-dimensional than a straight line are all issues. But let’s not forget, it’s the very imperfections that make it a classic!

If the show were to be improved, the first step would be to give the world-building a little more love. The Dragon Ball universe is rich with different races and cultures, let’s explore them a bit more. And while we’re at it, let’s give the bad guys a bit more depth and complexity. Make them actual characters rather than cardboard cutouts.

But the biggest change of all? Let’s raise the stakes! Up until now, it’s been all about power levels and who has the bigger ki blasts. But imagine if the fate of the Earth and all its inhabitants were actually on the line. Going beyond the physical battles, let’s delve into the mental toll of all the fighting and the inner turmoil of our beloved characters. With these changes, Dragon Ball Z could go from being a fan-favorite to an all-around masterpiece.

Let’s not forget, it’s Goku and his friends who make the show so special. Sure, Goku starts out as a naive young boy, but as he becomes more powerful, he gains wisdom and matures, making sacrifices for his friends and family in order to protect them and defend the Earth from various threats. However, Goku has room for growth as a character and could be made more nuanced by exploring his relationships, past experiences, and inner turmoil.

Vegeta starts off as a ruthless, cold-blooded Saiyan warrior who is only interested in becoming the strongest fighter in the universe. But as the series progresses, he gradually starts to care for others, particularly his rival Goku and his son, Trunks. He also develops a strong sense of pride and honor, which leads him to some of his most heroic moments. While he still has moments of selfishness and arrogance, Vegeta becomes a team player who is more sympathetic and understanding of others, becoming a better fighter and leader in the process. Ultimately, he learned that he cannot always be the strongest person in the room.

And then there’s Piccolo, who goes from vengeful villain to respected ally. By the end of the series, Piccolo is one of the most powerful and respected members of the Z-Fighters, and an important mentor to Gohan. But let’s be real, the real reason we all love Piccolo is for his constant sass and dry wit. He’s like the sarcastic older brother you always wished you had. Even with all the character development and action, what really makes Piccolo shine is his ability to throw some serious shade. In other words, Piccolo went from being a green annoyance to a purple powerhouse.

To finish it off we have the rest of the Z-Warriors. They’ve got plenty of room to shine, too. Trunks can lead the way, Gohan can be a bookworm and a brawler, Krillin can be the strongest human, Android 18 can figure out what it means to be human, Yamcha can finally find some self-confidence, Tien can question the meaning of violence, Chiaotzu can develop and contribute his unique abilities, Master Roshi can pass down his ancient wisdom, Uub can come to terms with his inner Buu, Bulma can keep on inventing cool stuff, and Yajirobe can get off his lazy a*s and do something useful.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
21 days ago

It should be noted that OpenAI seriously scaled back ChatGPT’s ability after it blew up in popularity and people were using it to do questionable things like write malware. It will not give you 4 page answers like Jordan said in the video. Now it is about 4-6 paragraphs.

They also threw up a ton of moral guardrails limiting the answers it will give.

But it is still free. Probably not for much longer so go play around or make some money off of it while you still can.