Celebrities on Clubhouse Sound Like GPT-3
Scripts and Dialogue Trees
There's this strange phenomenon I'm experiencing on Clubhouse where when big names that have big podcast audiences are talking to each other, it feels like GPT-3 generated conversations because I'm already so familiar with them.
I am a big fan of Chris Voss, and have devoured his book and his videos on the art of negotiation. So of course, when I got pinged into
FBI Negotiation Tactics with CHRIS VOSS: a Master Class, I was thrilled, and hopped in. Neil Strauss was on stage too. Whee!
…and then… I got tremendously bored. It feels like listening to a podcast except the interviewer is a crowd that interrupts and ruins the experience for me by asking a question that if they knew even basic knowledge of the person, they wouldn’t ask.
Don’t get me wrong, there have been some moments, like when KimDotCom told a room of AI scientists that they’re wasting their time trying to figure it out, and that the entire human experience is happening in our own minds, we came here to have this experience, and when we die, we return to the Great Consciousness that created this universe that we are in. I’m paraphrasing, but I basically agree with him. Pretty sure, Kim has done psychedelics.
A rationalist computer scientist then went on a long rant about how consciousness can be explained by computational neurons. Clubhouse’s killer feature is the ✌🏽 Leave quietly button.
The more time I spend on Clubhouse, the less interesting rooms with celebrities in them are. Maybe we’re all running scripts. Kind of like this:
Oh wow... so GPT-3 has already exceeded the idea portrayed in Her, where the OSs got together to build the Alan Watts construct. We can now build GPT-AlanWatts.
...and we might be just as shocked as Maeve if we sat down with an iPad running GPT-Yuan or GPT-Mark.
It has already been done... it’s just that the GPT-3 training set was a bit... “excessive.”