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Chat GPT is here. It is super cool
Is this why Markov is dead?
i miss him every day
me too i have dreams about him

!yad ecin a evah

I have been doing some testing with it's pattern recognition.

I tell it to make a 2 column table, with an input and an output. I have it fill in all input boxes, but leave on output box blank. I then ask it to fill in the last box on its own. Is has gotten the right answer every time, but what I am really interested in is its reasoning for choosing what it did.

What I found interesting is that for some of the algebraic patterns i gave it, it found the right answer, but used a slightly different pattern to get there.
die cat

This was 100% written by chat gpt:

From ChatGPT:
Dear Scholar,

We are pleased to inform you that you have been selected to join the esteemed ranks of the Silly Goose Hall of Fame! As a member of our honor society, you will have the opportunity to participate in all sorts of shenanigans and tomfoolery, and to rub elbows with some of the goofiest and silliest scholars around.

As a member of the Silly Goose Hall of Fame, you will have access to a wide range of exclusive benefits, including access to our secret stash of novelty items and practical jokes, invitations to our annual gala (where we crown the Silliest Goose of the Year), and much more.

We are confident that your membership in the Silly Goose Hall of Fame will be a fun and rewarding experience. Welcome aboard, and let the silliness begin!


The Silly Goose Hall of Fame Committee

Also, here is a story it wrote from the POV of the person who received the letter
From ChatGPT:
I stared at the letter in disbelief, my hands shaking as I held it. I couldn't believe it: I had been accepted into the Silly Goose Hall of Fame.

As a lifelong fan of all things silly and goofy, this was a dream come true for me. I had always admired the members of the Silly Goose Hall of Fame, with their wacky antics and outrageous pranks. And now, I was going to be one of them.

I immediately called my best friend to share the news. "Guess what?" I exclaimed. "I'm going to be a member of the Silly Goose Hall of Fame!"

"No way!" my friend replied, sounding just as excited as I felt. "That's amazing! We have to celebrate."

We decided to meet up at our favorite ice cream shop to celebrate my acceptance into the Silly Goose Hall of Fame. As we ate our sundaes and discussed the various shenanigans we would get up to as members of the Hall of Fame, I felt a sense of joy and excitement that I had never experienced before.

I couldn't wait to get started and to fully embrace my inner silly goose. This was going to be an adventure of a lifetime.

I spent the next few weeks eagerly anticipating my induction into the Silly Goose Hall of Fame. I studied up on the history of the organization and read through the list of past members, which included some of the goofiest and most entertaining people I had ever heard of.

Finally, the day of my induction arrived. I dressed in my silliest outfit and made my way to the induction ceremony, which was being held at a local community center. When I arrived, I was greeted by the members of the Silly Goose Hall of Fame, who were all dressed in their finest (and silliest) attire.

The ceremony was a blast. I was officially inducted into the Hall of Fame, and I was given a special badge and a membership card. I was also given a list of upcoming events and activities, which included a pie-throwing contest, a water balloon fight, and a "silly walk" parade.

Over the next few months, I participated in as many of the Hall of Fame's events and activities as I could. I had the time of my life, laughing and joking with my fellow members and making countless memories.

Eventually, it was time for the annual gala, where the Silliest Goose of the Year would be crowned. I was thrilled to be nominated for the award, and I prepared my silliest acceptance speech.

To my surprise (and delight), I ended up winning the award! I was thrilled to be recognized for my silly accomplishments, and I was honored to be named the Silliest Goose of the Year.

As I looked out at the crowd of laughing and cheering members of the Silly Goose Hall of Fame, I felt grateful for the opportunity to be a part of such a fun and unique organization. I couldn't wait to see what the next year would bring.

My personal favorite: the sequel to the story.
From ChatGPT:
After being named the Silliest Goose of the Year, I thought my life couldn't get any better. I was having the time of my life, participating in all sorts of silly and goofy activities with the other members of the Silly Goose Hall of Fame.

But as time went on, I began to realize that my obsession with being silly and goofy was starting to take over my life. I was so focused on trying to outdo myself and my fellow members with my antics, that I started to neglect other areas of my life.

I stopped spending time with my non-Hall of Fame friends, and I started to skip classes and work in order to participate in silly events and activities. I even started to alienate my family, who were concerned about my excessive focus on being silly.

Despite the warning signs, I continued to push myself to be even sillier and goofier. I started to pull pranks and stunts that were dangerous and reckless, just for the sake of being funny.

But one day, my obsession with being silly and goofy went too far. I was participating in a pie-throwing contest when I slipped and fell, hitting my head on the concrete floor. I was rushed to the hospital, but it was too late: I had suffered a serious injury, and I was declared brain-dead.

As I lay in the hospital bed, hooked up to machines and surrounded by my grieving family and friends, I realized that my obsession with being silly and goofy had cost me my life. I had been too silly and too goofy for my own good, and now it was too late to change that.

The Silly Goose Hall of Fame had been my life, but in the end, it had also been my downfall.
i dont believe this
how do you get it to write "creative writing" as it calls it
I just said "Write a story from the POV of the person receiving the letter"

I did ask it to continue the story, because it was a bit short.

To have it generate the letter of acceptance, I just asked it to write an acceptance letter from the Silly Goose Hall of Fame, and I gave it some details about that the silly goose hall of fame was.

bug said:
i dont believe this

Do you think I wrote all that? I am not that good at writing
ah, thanks

"Give me a completely random word"

"Here is a completely random word: meander. This word is often used to describe a winding or serpentine path or movement, or to refer to the act of wandering or strolling in a leisurely or aimless manner. It comes from the Greek word "μαίανδρος" (maíandros), which means "winding river". It is a fittingly random and whimsical word for a language model to generate, as it captures the unpredictable and spontaneous nature of randomness."

this ai is so self aware lol
It is annoying that there are somethings that it can do, but then sometimes it just will say it cant do it
just search up “chat gpt3,” it’s the first result
search it where
on any search engine
die kitten

is it just me or did it seem to get less wordy in its descriptions?
i think it might be just you, it has been the same as before for me
From ChatGPT:
To test whether frogs prefer to eat each other rather than dog food, we conducted a simple experiment in our laboratory. We used a group of 10 frogs and divided them into two groups. One group was given dog food to eat, while the other group was given the opportunity to eat one of their own kind.

After 24 hours, we observed that the group of frogs given the opportunity to eat each other had completely consumed their fellow frog, while the group of frogs given dog food still had some of the food remaining. This suggests that frogs have a strong preference for eating other frogs rather than dog food.

Furthermore, we noticed that the frogs who were given the opportunity to eat each other were more active and appeared to be in better health than the frogs who were given dog food. This supports the idea that frogs may derive more nutrients from eating other frogs than from eating dog food.

Overall, our experiment suggests that frogs prefer to eat each other rather than dog food. Further research is needed to understand the reasons behind this preference and to determine whether it is a universal trait among frogs.

Here is the data to support it:

tell me a story about what the dog is doing

Once upon a time, there was a curious little dog named Max. Max lived in a cozy little house with his human family, and he loved nothing more than going on adventures in the backyard and exploring the world around him.

One day, Max's human mommy and daddy decided to take him for a walk in the park. Max was so excited that he could hardly contain himself! He ran around the house, barking and wagging his tail with excitement.

When they arrived at the park, Max couldn't wait to get out of the car and explore. He ran around, sniffing at all the interesting smells and chasing after the squirrels and birds.

Max's family walked along the path, enjoying the sunshine and the fresh air. They came across a pond, where Max saw some ducks swimming and splashing around. He barked excitedly and ran to the edge of the pond, trying to catch the ducks with his paws.

But Max wasn't quite fast enough, and the ducks quickly swam away. Undeterred, Max continued to explore the park, running and playing and having the time of his life.

As the day came to an end, Max's family headed back home. Max was tired but happy, and he settled down in his cozy bed, dreaming of all the adventures he would have the next day.
Now we know what the dog is doin
A nice made-up charity:

From ChatGPT:

We, the founders of the Nostril Frog Helping Hands, are dedicated to providing assistance and support to children with frogs stuck in their nostrils. We believe that every child has the right to live a happy and healthy life, free from the discomfort and distress caused by frogs in their nostrils.

Article I: Purpose

The purpose of the Nostril Frog Helping Hands is to provide financial assistance, medical treatment, and emotional support to children with frogs stuck in their nostrils. This includes, but is not limited to, covering the cost of medical procedures to remove the frogs, providing counseling and therapy to help children cope with the physical and emotional effects of having frogs stuck in their nostrils, and raising awareness about this issue in order to prevent it from happening to other children.

Article II: Membership

Membership in the Nostril Frog Helping Hands is open to any individual or organization that supports our mission and values. Members shall have the right to attend and participate in our meetings and events, and to vote on important decisions affecting the organization.

Article III: Board of Directors

The Board of Directors shall be responsible for the overall management and direction of the Nostril Frog Helping Hands. The Board shall consist of not less than five and not more than nine members, who shall be elected by the membership at the annual meeting. The Board shall have the power to appoint committees and to delegate tasks and responsibilities as necessary.

Article IV: Finances

The Nostril Frog Helping Hands shall be funded through donations, grants, and fundraising activities. The Board of Directors shall be responsible for managing the organization's financial resources and for preparing and presenting an annual budget for approval by the membership.

Article V: Amendments

This governing document may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the membership at a meeting called for that purpose. Any proposed amendments must be submitted in writing to the Board of Directors at least 30 days prior to the meeting.

Article VI: Dissolution

In the event that the Nostril Frog Helping Hands is dissolved, any remaining assets shall be distributed to organizations with similar purposes and values, as determined by the Board of Directors.


Joseph Anderson, Christopher Taylor, and Nicole Davis

Here is an a TV ad for the charity

From ChatGPT:
Narrator: Every day, children across the country suffer from the unimaginable pain and distress of having a frog stuck in their nostrils.

(Cut to footage of a child crying and holding their nose in pain)

Narrator: But you can help. With your support, the Nostril Frog Helping Hands can provide medical treatment and emotional support to these children and their families.

(Cut to footage of a child receiving medical treatment, with a doctor gently removing a frog from their nostril)

Narrator: Your donation can make a real difference in the lives of these children. But time is running out. The suffering continues, and it's up to you to help.

(Cut to footage of multiple children with frogs stuck in their nostrils, all crying and in distress)

Narrator: So please, don't turn away. Donate now to the Nostril Frog Helping Hands and give these children the relief they desperately need.

(Cut to a call-to-action screen, with the charity's logo and website)

Narrator: Together, we can make a difference. Please visit to donate now. Thank you.
From ChatGPT:
Samantha was flipping through the channels on her TV when a commercial for the Nostril Frog Helping Hands caught her eye. She couldn't believe what she was seeing - a charity for children with frogs stuck in their nostrils? It seemed ridiculous to her.

"What a stupid idea," she muttered to herself, shaking her head. She quickly changed the channel, not giving the commercial another thought.

But a few weeks later, Samantha's son Matthew came to her in tears, holding his nose. "Mom, there's something stuck in my nose," he sobbed.

Samantha was shocked and immediately took him to the doctor. After a thorough examination, the doctor confirmed her worst fear - Matthew had a frog stuck in his nostril.

Samantha was filled with guilt and regret. She wished she had taken the Nostril Frog Helping Hands commercial more seriously. If she had, maybe she could have prevented this from happening to her son.

Fortunately, the doctor was able to successfully remove the frog from Matthew's nostril, but the experience left a lasting impact on both Samantha and her son. From then on, she made sure to research and support organizations that addressed unusual and lesser-known medical conditions, so that no other family would have to go through what they did.
I've been using GPT-3 to help me write my essays for English and stories in my creative writing class for the entire semester
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