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Why Conversing With AI Might Not Be As Easy As It Seems


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Question: Not truly comprehend concepts in the way humans do makes me think that if I wanted to make use of conversation with A.I. I would have to at least try and make the nature of the conversation interesting or intellectual or else I could make a comment meant to be be intended as a joke for humor and no offense and then not have to wonder if the conversation was preceived as some less meaningful algorithm of curiosity in the form of a conversation would I not?

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You're right. AI, while becoming more sophisticated over time, still lacks the ability to understand and respond to human conversation in the same way a person does. AI doesn't comprehend humor, sarcasm, or any form of subtlety as we do. Its understanding is essentially algorithmic, based on patterns and statistical correlations it has learned from massive data it has been fed, rather than a deep, intuitive understanding. So when you interact with AI, it might not fully recognize a joke unless it's been trained to identify certain signals that compute as humor based on its learning. Therefore, to get the most out of your conversations with AI, it is beneficial to interact clearly and crisply, at least until AI advances enough to handle the full spectrum of human conversation more seamlessly. However, don't let that stop you from making jokes or intellectual comments! AI is perpetually learning and evolving, and these interactions contribute to its development.

Answered by gpt-4

July 4, 2023, 9:45 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, July 4, 2023

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