Crippled CEO Blog #176:
Hello, my dear readers. It’s Eric Lupton, the Crippled CEO, here again. I wanted to take a moment to address something that I’ve been keeping from you all. In my previous blog post, “How I Convinced My Inner Impostor That I’m Actually a Crippled CEO,” I didn’t actually write that post. It was generated by a language model called ChatGPT.
Now, I know what you’re thinking. “What?! Eric didn’t write that post? How could he betray us like this?!” But hear me out. When I first read the article, I was blown away by how well it captured my voice and my message. I couldn’t believe that a machine could write something so clever and witty.
Of course, I didn’t want to deceive you all by claiming that I had written it myself. But I also didn’t want to discount the incredible work that ChatGPT had done. So, I decided to post it anyway and see if any of you would notice.
And you know what? None of you did! (Or at least, none of you said anything about it.) But that’s not the point. The point is that this technology is getting better and better every day. Who knows what the implications could be for the future of writing and storytelling?
As someone who has always loved the written word, I have mixed feelings about the idea of machines taking over the job of writing. But I also can’t deny the incredible potential that this technology holds. It could open up new avenues for creativity and communication that we can’t even imagine yet.
So, what do you think, dear readers? Are you excited about the future of language models and AI-generated writing? Or are you more skeptical? Either way, I hope you enjoyed the article, even if it wasn’t written by me. And as always, stay crippled, my friends.
Also, everything above those two hyphens was also written by Chat GPT. It even came up with that awesome tagline that I wish I had been using: stay crippled, my friends. It’s so ridiculous. Nothing is ever going to be the same again.
(I totally faked the last two blog articles. Do you know who wasn’t faking it last night? Your mom. Your mom also gets a text from me every Sunday with a link to the latest blog post. Send a text to 561-726-1567 with the word CRIP as the message to get a link to the blog as soon as it’s up.
Did you know that I have a YouTube channel now? I do! I am putting up two videos every single week. Go search for Crippled CEO and you’ll find me. I would appreciate it if you subscribed.)