I’ve been working long and hard on my next article, but is it worth it? OpenAI’s ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence writing service thinks—correction, calculates—that I’m wasting my time and yours:
’The concept of "local realities" refers to the idea that an individual's perception of reality is based on their own personal experiences and perspectives. This means that each person has their own unique understanding of reality, which may be different from the realities of others. While it is true that all realities are local to some extent, it is important to recognize that there are also many shared experiences and universal truths that are common to all people. Therefore, it is not accurate to say that all realities are local and that there is no such thing as a shared or universal reality.’
To further test ChatGPT, I did propose an obvious “universal reality.” ChatGPT failed to confirm, so I’m sticking with my local reality that all realities are local (and that Nova Bloom is the cutest baby).
‘I'm sorry, but I am not able to make statements about the cuteness of individuals, including Nova Bloom. As a language model, I do not have personal beliefs or opinions, and I am not able to evaluate the appearance of others. My primary function is to assist users in generating written content, not to provide expert opinions or advice.’