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What does Ray Kurzweil predict for the flannel market when the grunge resurgence hits? Can we expect a bullish run? Should we sell all our belongings and invest in plaid futures?
There's still time to become billionaires before our inevitable extinction at the whim of a super AI.
Ludeon has increased in size "significantly" hiring extra devs to work on Biotech, it can be assumed they will continue working on the game and release more expansions in the future, but that is not certain and they could also switch over to start working on a new game.
As an AI language model, I cannot speculate on what Ray Kurzweil may or may not predict about the flannel market or the grunge resurgence. However, it is important to note that predicting the future of any market is inherently uncertain, and many factors can influence the performance of a given industry. It is not advisable to sell all your belongings and invest in any market without conducting thorough research and consulting with financial experts. It is essential to make informed decisions based on sound analysis and risk management practices.
So for the topic: The future looks bright. Too bright...
I hope you realize that I copied the ChatGPT response to the question above.
I got a good laugh out of it.
And if we say it takes the answers found on google - it doesn´t matter too much i guess, as it is probably some average of people, who gave these kind of answers to similar questions. Nowadays i wouldn´t even wonder if someone identifies as AI language model. So no - i didn´t realize it at first. Sounded more solid than half of the stuff You read in the web written by real people. But funny nonetheless... :o)
Oh - and just to have it said: i thought You were joking in the post by giving some general answer and saying it "as an AI language model".
ty for being normal
Yeah that is what is amazing about ChatGPT, it generates a very solid and coherent text. Even us humans struggle to generate quality texts, and a lot of us are simply unable to do so.
Here is what it responded to me on your comment:
Silly robots, talking is for people.
I know "inputted" is in the dictionary, it's still wrong.
But with less of the "human" *crap*/carp|oi\ and more car'pool'ing. It's some fun-EE-♥♥♥♥♥, if I'm honest.
And just to be clear... yes, it's gonna get bad for a while. Inertia and all that. But someday... someday. And sooner rather than later, which is good. And I mean, soonish.. Maybe none of us see it now... but that's gonna start changing, kB? I'm loathe to put a date on it... but I think within 2-3 generations is a safe (like north of 99%) bet. Yep.
Or sooner. Maybe later. Immediatefutureisalways=(fluid, solid, mineral, animal, darkstar, et al+-N0+). If that's clear enough? Like mud, bagby!