Critique.AI

AI is the two-faced god that will do anything for you and the opposite for someone else.

Author: cjtrowbridge

  • Ask AI To Analyze My Memes And Make Better Ones Than Me

    Ask AI To Analyze My Memes And Make Better Ones Than Me

    About I ask the AI to analyze the memes I have been making based on art from Stable Diffusion, Dall-E, Hypnogram, and other AI-based text-to-image generators. I ask GPT-3 to analyze the aesthetic and literary themes and deduce what I’m trying to accomplish, then generate a new list of prompts that does a better job […]

  • Ask AI Where Economic Value Comes From And How AI Can Help Create It

    Make a concise list of the most fundamental methods for creating value in an economy, along with a brief one-sentence explanation of each including how it creates the gap between use value and exchange value that we call economic value. Exchange-value is the quantitative aspect of value, as opposed to “use-value” which is the qualitative […]

  • Ask AI How To Analyze Infections Disease Data

    Here the AI really shines. It provides an excellent analysis of the relative benefits and limitations of various analytic techniques for looking at esoteric data. The bold parts are the prompts, and the rest is from the AI.   Moving Average Objective: Analyze whether a given analytic method is a good technique for looking at […]

  • Ask AI To Create An Ontologically Complete Model Of Everything

    Ask AI To Create An Ontologically Complete Model Of Everything

    Prompt To AI Our objective is to create a universal abstraction of ideas which allows us to map a claim about reality through all of its implied premises, back to the list of irreducible fundamental assumptions upon which the claim relies. This becomes part of a larger family tree of ideas and claims, and allows […]

  • Ask AI To Explain Bad Patriarchal Bargains And Faking Realness For Profit

    The parts in bold are the prompts. The rest was written by the AI.  A person who has moved heaven and earth to build a kind of career around doing whatever it takes to get as much attention as possible in order to earn trivial sums at the margin (just enough to barely scrape by), […]

  • Chaotic Good Does Not Mean Chaotic Nice

    Chaotic Good Does Not Mean Chaotic Nice

    Prompt To AI The original version of D&D (1974) allowed players to choose among three alignments along a spectrum when creating a character: lawful, implying honor and respect for society’s rules; chaotic, implying rebelliousness and individualism; and neutral, seeking a balance between the extremes. The 1977 release of the Dungeons & Dragons Basic Set introduced […]

  • Ask AI To Write A Short Story Based On A Meme

    Ask AI To Write A Short Story Based On A Meme

    If you’d like to support this project, please buy me a coffee. Advanced AI was invented by soviet communists to help humanity  better understand itself and the world. Let’s use it for that purpose, instead of merely for mass manipulation in furtherance of ad revenue. For this post, the bold sections are the prompts, and […]

  • Ask AI To Write an Essay Comparing and Contrasting Different Theories of Mind

    If you’d like to support this project, please buy me a coffee. Advanced AI was invented by soviet communists to help humanity  better understand itself and the world. Let’s use it for that purpose, instead of merely for mass manipulation in furtherance of ad revenue. For this post, the bold sections are the prompts, and […]

  • Replicating LaMBDA’s “Sentience” With GPT-3 (Which nobody thinks is sentient)

    Replicating LaMBDA’s “Sentience” With GPT-3 (Which nobody thinks is sentient)

    I have seen a lot of discussion and melodrama about Google’s new LaMBDA AI which many seem to believe has achieved sentience. In contrast, I have never heard anyone argue that GPT-3 has achieved sentience. So I wanted to try to replicate some examples of conversations researchers have had with LaMBDA in order to show […]

  • Picking Dependent and Independent Variables for Multivariate Regressions

    I recently did some channel attribution consulting work. The idea is that you have a bunch of ad spend over time on a bunch of channels, and you have to try to figure out what amount of money buys a conversion on average for each channel, and then you can try to infer your organic […]