Reality is dead, but at least we have Twitter

If he cares about reality, maybe everyone should.

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It starts with love. It always is.

When we’re looking for love, we tell ourselves we’re looking for something real.

It’s not fake like someone is fooling us. It’s not fake like we’re tied down just because we have a cute and nice apartment. It’s not the fake kind that it’s said to be.

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I want the real thing. Temporary, but in a life where only the real thing is an effective buffer against death, we need something tangible, something we can trust.

Then came the technology industry.

No, it’s not fair.

On the contrary, a technology industry was born that embraces everyone, makes money from everyone, and begins to fundamentally change human behavior.

When it comes to love, the tech industry has promised us that we’re likely to meet the real thing…as long as we tell tech owners more about ourselves.

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Before we knew it, we started feeling honored. We receive messages from members of our target gender.

However, there are many things that we can’t meet until the end. Because they ghosted us. They are bots, created specifically to make us believe in technology and increase engagement numbers on dating sites.

We were still slow to catch up.

The more I interacted with the internet world, the longer it took me to realize that not everything was as it seemed.

Because it was all very complicated and well, everyone was there.

More and more new Internet services have emerged to mine data while stimulating our emotions.

Many of these services required us to be enchanted, inspired, fascinated, and perhaps most of all, angry.

At the heart of it, of course, was Twitter.

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As we plunged into the full maelstrom of humanity, we were suddenly confronted with words, thoughts, and opinions that continue to win goats.

How could people be like this? How could they think this way? How would the world work with people like this?

Again, our take in was slow.

Many of the loudest yelling people on Twitter are completely unaware that the one thing so many villainous political types adore is bots created far away to create chaos. I didn’t realize it.

What brings order to chaos? Dear strong leaders. And not surprisingly, powerful tech companies are built on overwhelmingly rational principles.

Or so it is said.

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And now we’ve reached what could be the final countdown for many: the emphasis on the final syllable.

As AI permeates our screens and lives, we are beginning to realize that we are no longer real.

But is it nothing to be crazy about?

Some people are making things like GPT-4 They confess they are afraid of what it will doOr, perhaps, how it ends up.

But they hold on because shipping is more important than stripping society of its final grip on reality.

Well, most AI grammarty do. Elon Musk, still CEO of Twitter, last week was among the people who made a fuss about what GPT4 complicit in our world.

He and Steve Wozniak would certainly be our advocates. They demand it No AI development after GPT4 — At least 6 months.

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Meanwhile, the images you see, the words you read, the people you meet, and everything online that makes you sad, happy, wise, or angry may not be real at all. .

Twitter may stop being free for everyonebut completely free to join for those with destructive motivations.

Yet we tell ourselves that we know what is true. just like we fall in love.

Still not sure if I really wrote this column or if GPT4 wrote it for me?

https://www.zdnet.com/article/reality-is-dead-but-at-least-weve-got-twitter/#ftag=RSSbaffb68 Reality is dead, but at least we have Twitter

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