Month: April 2023

  • Protected: Getting Up in AI Models

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  • How to Use the New AI Chatbots, ChatGPT and Bing Chat AI

    This is a beginner guide to learning these new tools. What are these, and why would we want to know or use these technologies? AI chatbots are computer programs that generate text based on prompts, which are text you type into the chat dialogue.

  • Turn out for #JusticeForRoques May 1

    It’s one day after the hearing, and I’m still mad. The arraignment is on May 1. Show up. The organization I’m with, PANA, is preparing a statement, but I’ll share my online links below. Before that, I will share several videos from my stories. They had similarities: working class people of color suffering violence. All…

  • ChatGPT: Discovers a “Memory Hole” or makes up sources

    This was weird. I asked ChatGPT to do this: compare the reddit groups r/asianamerican to r/aznidentity It did, and wrote a few paragraphs. Then I asked it: what are your sources for the last answer? and got this: What the hell were those headlines about?! I just found out about these porn subs this past…

  • ChatGPT: The Ghost of Marx

    write a long movie script about Slavoj Zizek and Antonio Gramsci having lunch at the food court of Costco, and discussing the Commodity Fetish. make frequent references to products sold at Costco, like toilet paper, liquor, vitamins, frozen foods. go into detail about each consumer product and how it demonstrates the commodity fetish. At some…

  • ChatGPT: Crying in H-Mart with Karl Marx on the Asian American Commodity Fetish

    ChatGPT remembers the prompts you’ve used, and refers back to them as you make new prompts. This short prompt produced this funny story. It heavily rips off Crying at H-Mart. Copyright infringment is a big problem. write a story titled “Crying in H-Mart with Karl Marx”

  • ChatGPT: Stop Asian Hate, the movie

    One of the problems of being an internet hermit is that I don’t know what the hell is happening in pop culture. So I asked the AI to generate a funny script that kind of explains it to me. This prompt took a while to write, but it was a fun process.

  • ChatGPT: compare trotsky’s book on fascism with dimitrov’s book on fascism

    I asked it to compare a couple well-known texts about Fascism, from a Communist perspective. Not having read both books, I cannot comment on the accuracy of this. I did read Trotsky’s a long, long time ago, but don’t recall it well enough to comment about it.

  • ChatGPT on Nationalism

    I asked ChatGPT to write briefs on how different groups view nationalism. By nationalism, I mean what Marxists would call bourgeois nationalism or chauvinism – that is basically what liberal Americans think of when we say “nationalism”.

  • ChatGPT: who writes about late 20th century neoliberalism and the national question

    The material below was written by the ChatGPT program. Do not take it at face value. ChatGPT often writes something that’s incorrect, but sounds convincing. This is because the AI model is being used to generate semi-random text that conforms to patterns in existing texts. It also appears to have a level of conceptual abstraction…