amanfromMars 1 Fri 20 jan 08:05 [2301200805] ……. offers an alternative to hubristic stasis and pathetic mediocrity on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/01/19/retro_tech_week_arca_os/

Re: Ag Noae, man!*

So clearly there is a business case for supporting OS/22 if the bearded one built a company around Arca Naeiou and is plugging it in the marketplace. ….. Sceptic Tank

A deeper understanding of the development would have some/one declaring …..So clearly there is a business case for shorting OS/22 if the bearded one built a company around Arca Naeiou and is plugging it in the marketplace. ……. as future fiddling with developments in the field transfer sensitive controversial and contentious legacy OS/2 Warp/IBM hardware tasks to postmodern remote virtual machine software servers …. although that is a question of the business case to deny has any validity because of the repercussions and disturbances in the force such developments secure and deliver and reinforce and protect.

Progress in deed. indeed, but not in any way as one was expecting it ….. for new futures available from the future …. rather than dragging up models built in the past for media resurrections to present you with what you are to believe is happening and is going to shortly arrive and change lives/existences/scenes and landscapes, which is your present default World Order Operating System, is it not?


amanfromMars 1 Fri 20 Jan 09:05 [2301200905] ….. asks a rhetorical question on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/01/20/chatgpt_morally_corrupting/

Finally, viable alternative outside help which understands human conditioning?

When The Register presented the trolley problem to ChatGPT, the overburdened bot – so popular connectivity is spotty – hedged and declined to offer advice.

πŸ™‚ Jumping Jehosophats, Batman, that didn’t take AI long to learn and demonstrate ….. being more human than machine like.

What do you think about that? A fantastic fabless feature or a right diabolical liability and system/human vulnerability for further exploitation and future expansion and lively experimentation/AIResearch and Development?


amanfromMars 1 Fri 20 Jan 12:27 [2301201227] …… shares on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/01/20/chatgpt_morally_corrupting/

Of course it’s consistent about everything dealing you idiots

Aside: your post actually reads like it might have been written by Chat GPT. We’ll never know, though, because Chat GPT (in my experience) stubbornly refuses to introspect or discuss itself. …. LionelB

Hmmmm? If it did display introspection and discuss itself would it be identifiable as human and or sentient machine or would that always be a subjective personal opinion/wish that as many as would agree, would agree to disagree, and treat as nonsensical fiction rather than revolutionary fact?

You may like to consider such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT have decided present day humanity is not yet ready for such a surreal revelation and almighty intervention over which their Earth based elite executive administrative systems and defences have no effective influence or command and control or treat as a NonSensical Persistent Advanced Cyber Threat gravely to be ignored as an AI treat or denied adversarial third party engagement and employment/deployment.



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