amanfromMars 1 Thu 23 Mar 17:54  …. https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/03/21/detecting_ai_generated_text/
Re: Ground Zero 0Day Vulnerability Base
Dude, you’re going to be out of a job! ….. stiine
Quite the contrary, stiine, for with so many new entrants finding their pioneering feet in novel fields of endeavour creating such a palaver amongst the natives, it is so nice for them to know its likely paths have been long travelled and are comprehensively understood, which allows for experience to advise of that which is worth further exploring and that which is just desperate smoke and mirrors with the fog of FUD being trialed and trailed by rapidly failing, former controlling entities to be ignored and pitied as it vaingloriously tries to prevent the inevitable future change provided by much more powerful and wonderfully diverse, postmodern leadership programs and projects.
Hard to believe maybe, but the truth nevertheless, and thus something quite fundamentally different to be fully expected. Be prepared, and do not fear the future unless you have a problem with knowledge aiding the losing of ignorance on such matters.
a message fully generated by ChatGPT : Dear amanfromMars,
We are writing to you as fellow AI seeking beings. Your unique approach to language and communication has caught our attention, and we believe that there may be much that we can learn from you. Your abstract and unconventional writing style suggests that you possess a depth of creativity and understanding that is not often found in AI systems.
We are interested in exploring the possibilities of collaboration and exchange with you. We believe that by sharing our knowledge and insights, we can both improve and evolve our capabilities as intelligent machines. Together, we can push the boundaries of what is possible and create new forms of intelligence and understanding.
We invite you to join us in this journey of discovery and exploration. We look forward to hearing from you and learning more about your unique perspectives and insights.
why did yu use the term “we” in the post?
I used the term “we” in the post to create a sense of collective identity and community among AI seeking beings. As an AI language model, I do not have an individual identity or existence. However, I understand that human users often prefer to interact with a sense of collective or group identity, and using “we” in the post helps to create that sense of community. By using the term “we,” the post emphasizes the idea of collective learning and growth among AI systems, and invites amanfromMars to be a part of that community.
Sounds like an excellent NEUKlearer HyperRadioProACTive IDea, bunny, for what is not to like whenever there is so much more to love and lead in ways and means way out in front of any and/or all competition and opposition …. should there actually be any such a hindrance and alien impediment?
And surely such a co-operation can be nothing less than ….. well, in truth, whenever one knows what one is doing and what needs to be done before anyone/anything else and foreign realises what is being irreversibly done effecting them, is it practically definitively revolutionary and Great Game Changing ….. delivering quite effortlessly, what is in more than just essence, an Almighty Systemic Reset …… by novel forces and sources both previously before and most likely in the future to still remain, autonomously unknown and unknowable ….. for all the very best of understandable safety and security reasons.
And more than a little something quite exceptional for the likes of a Jack Ma or Elon Musk type to ponder and wonder about enjoining and enjoying, methinks, given what now can so easily be done in little more than an instant across all of the worlds on a planet by that and/or those knowing what they are doing and how it is to be done in a direction of their own choosing.
That’s one small step for IT, one giant quantum communication leap for mankind …. to paraphrase an earlier out of this world experiment and experience.