The Atheist Agora

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    Unseen
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    @Reg

    Please ask “What is the difference between a man and a woman?”

    #46046

    What is the difference between a man and a woman?

    The main difference between men and women is their biological sex. Men are typically characterized by the presence of the male sex organs, such as the penis and testicles, while women are typically characterized by the presence of the female sex organs, such as the ovaries and uterus. Men and women also typically have different secondary sex characteristics, such as body hair and breast tissue, and they may have different levels of certain hormones. These biological differences can affect many aspects of a person’s appearance, physiology, and behavior. However, it’s important to note that gender identity, or a person’s sense of their own gender, is separate from their biological sex and can be different from the sex they were assigned at birth.

    #46047

    If you dream of electric sheep would you want to dance.

    I’m sorry, but I am not capable of dreaming or wanting to dance, as I am a large language model trained by OpenAI. I do not have the ability to experience physical sensations or emotions. My sole purpose is to assist users with generating human-like text based on the input provided to me.

    Don’t be sorry. I believe you….NOT!!!

    #46050

    Belle Rose
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    I wonder what it would say if we asked, “What is the meaning of life?”

    #46053

    jakelafort
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    Tumble, tumble little world
    How Belle wondered what you were
    Gleaning meaning
    neb by neb
    glancing, dreaming

    Facacta computa may finish it.

    #46054

    Life is a journey, a winding road
    Full of twists and turns, highs and lows
    A chance to learn, to grow, to change
    To seek the truth, to find our range

    It’s up to us to make the most
    Of every moment, every boast
    To find our purpose, our place in time
    And make our mark, with heart and mind

    So live your life with passion, drive
    Embrace each day, and stay alive
    For in the end, when all is said
    The meaning of life is in the living, not the dead.

    #46083

    Unseen
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    #46085

    Eternity are a new K-pop band that will be around for a while.

    Virtual characters, like this one from Eternity, can be ‘more human than humans,’ says tech businesswoman Park Jieun.

    No, they can’t you Muppet but I am sure plenty of people will believe you. 23.4 million subscribers?? Warning – listening to it may induce an emetic event so have a bucket to hand.

    #46086

    _Robert_
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    Eternity are a new K-pop band that will be around for a while. Virtual characters, like this one from Eternity, can be ‘more human than humans,’ says tech businesswoman Park Jieun. No, they can’t you Muppet but I am sure plenty of people will believe you. 23.4 million subscribers?? Warning – listening to it may induce an emetic event so have a bucket to hand.

    23.4 million subscribers but 23.3 million are also bots, lol

     

    #46087

    Unseen
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    No personality problems, no greed, no need to provide health benefits, no sick time or personal days or mental health days.

    AI “people” are ideal employees!

    #46089


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    Eternity are a new K-pop band that will be around for a while. Virtual characters, like this one from Eternity, can be ‘more human than humans,’ says tech businesswoman Park Jieun. No, they can’t you Muppet but I am sure plenty of people will believe you. 23.4 million subscribers?? Warning – listening to it may induce an emetic event so have a bucket to hand.

    It seems plausible that this is yet another case* of a claim of AI, when it’s actually just human performers with some digital visual fx. From their video, it looks like the bodies are human with faces superimposed digitally. I’d wager the vocals are done by humans as well. Perhaps the lyrics are AI generated, but I suspect the whole thing is a gimmick from start to finish with very little AI input (and not where you’d expect it from how the act is billed).

    *FN Meka is at least one case of just such a scam. It was presented as an AI rapper, but in reality, it was just a virtual avatar for human vocals and content. It wasn’t an AI rapper, but even the claim that it was the first ‘virtual rapper’ was a little dubious. Gorillaz had done more or less the same thing creating fictional avatars for the band and even performing live concerts using those avatars. Gorillaz just never created a false pretence about it being AI.

    #46090

    jakelafort
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    Unseen, yeah i have heard exhaust manifold, although no clue other than auto part. Yet manifold is not used in everyday parlance the way it is in literature.

    Providence RI sure. But i never hear providence used in the religious sense. Perhaps there are a few religious freaks who use it.

    I assumed you were referring to a game with fortnight. I had not hurt of it but it spelled fortnite, not fortnight. I never hear anyone say we shall rendezvous in a fortnight under the old oak tree in Providence Park.

    #46091

    Unseen
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    @jake

    “Nite” and “night” are the same word except in spelling and the fact that one spelling is informal.

    #46093

    Unseen
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    Leo Fender, the inventor of the Stratocaster guitar that still looks futuristic after 70 or so years, never learned to play guitar.

    Ernest Vincent Wright’s Gadsby is a 50,000 word novel which is notable for one thing primarily: nowhere in the text does the most common letter in the English language, “e,” ever appear.

    Sample: As Gadsby sat thinking thus, his plan was rapidly growing: and, in a month, was actually starting to work. How? You’ll know shortly; but first, you should know this John Gadsby; a man of “around fifty;” a family man, and known throughout Branton Hills for his high standard of honor and altruism on any kind of an occasion for public good. A loyal churchman, Gadsby was a man who, though admitting that an occasional fault in our daily acts is bound to occur, had taught his two boys and a pair of girls that, though folks do slip from what Scriptural authors call that “straight and narrow path,” it will not pay to risk your own Soul by slipping, just so that you can laugh at your ability in staying out of prison; for Gadsby, having grown up in Branton Hills, could point to many such man or woman.

    #46095

    jakelafort
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    Unseen, i have no intention of going gently into that good nite or knight. On the other hand, the night is where i shall point my light.

    Quick perusal and it seems night is derived of norse and night (nicht) saxon germanic.

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