Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Have used MidJourney a few times, but just messed with it a little.

Nothing like this.

Was interesting to see the guy paste an image and ask for a prompt, then use that prompt to generate an AI-generated image of the image.

And that FaceSwap is amazing, but a little scary. Not sure you can trust any photo now.
 
Have used MidJourney a few times, but just messed with it a little.

Nothing like this.

Was interesting to see the guy paste an image and ask for a prompt, then use that prompt to generate an AI-generated image of the image.

And that FaceSwap is amazing, but a little scary. Not sure you can trust any photo now.

Not sure we'll be able to trust anything soon, lol
 
What AI did to our favourite slot:

Bonanza is a slot gambling game from the company Big Time Gaming, found at many online casinos. It has a mining subject and shows pictures of gems and card symbols with wilds appearing only on the top reel. You need 2 or 3 consecutive matching symbols from the left to win an amount back. It explodes winning symbols and allows new ones to fall from above for possible multiple wins within one play. It will pay back players on average 96c per one dollar staked.

It can sometimes, rarely, offer a bonus free games feature by landing 4 or greater gold bars giving 12 or more spins where wins are affected by an increasing multiplier. I have generated an image and video of a 14400 times bet unit win on YouTube as a representation of the capability that players can believe in.

Bonanza is a popular game among gamblers, the mentally ill and disillusioned individuals. Afflicted persons can be seen in gambling subject-videos and internet gambling forums or chatrooms. After many years the game has attracted online, in majority these listed adjectives or nouns: shitter, bastard, filth, disgusting, fucker, cunt, despicable, tight, unbelievable, twatting, vomit, wanker, fuckpig, rigged, fixed, pre-scripted, bollocks and bullshit.
 
You guys are lagging behind!

Now on the menu are 1: Sora, which promises even more fun in the age of false information, and 2: 'AGI' - more or less being used as broad term for AI fully capable of performing a lot of Human tasks much more efficiently than Humans. Both of which, at the current rate of unforeseen leaps in progress, should be a thing in 2030, or thereabout..

I keep saying it: better be nice to your Smart-fridge!

Edited to add: forgot to mention that spurt in unforeseen growth is highlighted by the following: they now had AI (GPT4) use EUREKA - a hybrid gradient architecture, to optimally make use of a reward based scheme, to rewrite and improve code, that could/will significantly make Robot controllers more advanced, and increase their dexterity. This can also be applied to program other AI-models faster, better and more advanced than Expert Humans previously could: remember that ChatGPT5 is going to be around 10x more powerful than GPT4, and i'm being on the modest side with that estimate :)
 
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You guys are lagging behind!

Now on the menu are 1: Sora, which promises even more fun in the age of false information, and 2: 'AGI' - more or less being used as broad term for AI fully capable of performing a lot of Human tasks much more efficiently than Humans. Both of which, at the current rate of unforeseen leaps in progress, should be a thing in 2030, or thereabout..

I keep saying it: better be nice to your Smart-fridge!

Edited to add: forgot to mention that spurt in unforeseen growth is highlighted by the following: they now had AI (GPT4) use EUREKA - a hybrid gradient architecture, to optimally make use of a reward based scheme, to rewrite and improve code, that could/will significantly make Robot controllers more advanced, and increase their dexterity. This can also be applied to program other AI-models faster, better and more advanced than Expert Humans previously could: remember that ChatGPT5 is going to be around 10x more powerful than GPT4, and i'm being on the modest side with that estimate :)
I would assume that whatever we plebs get to play with is already pretty old by time we get access to it.
Anyway, we all know where we will end up, there has been several documentaries about it already.

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You could probably make good money if you create a fake person and use it for a Onlyfans account.
Would that be breaking any laws?

Everybody knows that the future world is a world thats full of love, and AI generated Onlyfans accounts.


I got that double album 'Keeper of the Seven Keys' back in the 1990's along with a live double and Chameleon album. Good stuff. I don't need to watch the video to remember the lines lol "Our future lives will be glorious...come with me to future world"
 
Whilst humans like to get giddy with new tech and trends, the 'A.I becoming Skynet' or gaining sentience is of course hyperbolic nonsense.

There's no denying that in its application, 'A.I', i.e cleverly programmed software, is just that, software and code based on the users' input, to create what we have now: a glorified search engine optimized in a streamlined way to rearrange information in great ways.

Yet based on human input they certainly are, not to mention the database of 'what's already out there', much like ChatGPT only going up to Sep '21 in its archives, from recollection.

Which makes the bias of Google's Gemini all the more laughable as they are caught bang to rights, effectively forced to slink off as they 'rework' their A.I after being exposed. And when the programmers' bias is so heavily skewed one way, then it becomes clear that results are manipulated to the nth degree, and certainly cause for defamation suits!

Who can forget the classic:.....

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Been trying to let Gemini roast a celebrity or tell a joke, but she wont. Shame. Useless tool.
 
Whilst humans like to get giddy with new tech and trends, the 'A.I becoming Skynet' or gaining sentience is of course hyperbolic nonsense.

There's no denying that in its application, 'A.I', i.e cleverly programmed software, is just that, software and code based on the users' input, to create what we have now: a glorified search engine optimized in a streamlined way to rearrange information in great ways.

Yet based on human input they certainly are, not to mention the database of 'what's already out there', much like ChatGPT only going up to Sep '21 in its archives, from recollection.

Which makes the bias of Google's Gemini all the more laughable as they are caught bang to rights, effectively forced to slink off as they 'rework' their A.I after being exposed. And when the programmers' bias is so heavily skewed one way, then it becomes clear that results are manipulated to the nth degree, and certainly cause for defamation suits!

Who can forget the classic:.....

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This is that image.

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Gemini can access information from the real world through Google Search, and as they say 'It's our most capable and general model'. But it sucks even against Perplexity whose basic version is GPT 3.5 based.

This is Perplexity's output, and it's also based on real-world data, plus it includes links to sources. It even picked the latest about this topic but says 'AI chatbots' instead of Gemini.

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The next is GPT 4 with no internet access, but it has a system prompt for how always to respond. 1.png

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Gemini compared to those two sounds like a vague piece of terms in that casino, meh
 
Now this thing will pull even more money out of naive, single men... Before there were just naked images of people that don't exist, then videos, and now those non-existent characters will even be talking for money to those poor wakers.
 
See how smart bots can talk:

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He logged in, feeling the familiar rush. Slots, live casino, sports betting - all there at his fingertips. But he remembered the golden rule: never bet more than you can afford to lose. Win2day took responsible gaming seriously. No false promises or hidden fees. Just straight talk about bonuses, cashback, and game rules.

The Austrian reached for his Paysafecard. A popular choice among players here. Safe and anonymous. He hesitated, then placed his bet. Eighteen was the magic number in Austria. The legal age to gamble. The government made sure of that.

Across the border in Belgium, things were different. Twenty-one to play there. The Belgian Gaming Commission kept a tight rein on sites like Casino777 and Napoleon Casino. Big names like NetEnt and Evolution provided the action.

But there was a catch in Belgium. No bonuses allowed. Not since March 2020. The Council of State had seen to that. It set Belgium apart from its neighbors.

The Belgian players had their own ways. Payconiq was a favorite for moving money. The regulator said don't spend more than 5% of your income on gambling. Wise words, the Austrian thought.

In Bulgaria, the game changed again. Eighteen was enough there. The National Revenue Agency called the shots. Winbet was a big name, powered by EGT Digital. Roulette, blackjack, poker - all fair game.

The Bulgarians had options. ePay, EasyPay, Skrill - take your pick. Bonuses flowed freely here, unlike Belgium. But the government didn't mess around with unlicensed operators.

Croatia was its own world. The Ministry of Finance held the reins. Admiral and Arena Casino were top names. Playtech and Novomatic brought the games to life.

The Croatian players had their rituals. AirCash moved the money. Welcome bonuses and free bets sweetened the pot.

The Austrian closed his laptop. Four countries, four sets of rules. But one constant remained: gamble responsibly, or don't gamble at all. That was the real jackpot.
 

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