An attempt to prove I am not an AI.
May 09, 2023
Recently, I found this Instagram reel where BTS' Jungkook sings his own version of "One last Time" with the OG singer herself, Ariana Grande! It 's hard to distinguish the real human from AI. I've heard that one just have to identify the song to sing, and the artist he/she wants to hear singing it. Surprisingly, AI only has to "hear" samples of that person's voice and it can create a "song cover" on its own!
I also discovered that AI can even compose its own song, suggest lyrics and even the melody. Some people may just use it for cheating their way into the music industry, or even in other ways. AI, when used the wrong way, can easily fool innocent victims when it comes to identities, making people prone to scam and identity theft, among others.
I have nothing against Artificial Intelligence, though. I used to find it so cool and amazing, to the point unbelievable. At the same time, possibilities it opened in this era somehow overwhelmed me.
Have you watched this Facebook Video of a group of people , plus an impostor (AI), where everyone guesses who's the AI, through chats? I was amazed how humane and realistic this AI responded, knowing the secrets to not be caught, such as not replying instantly, not being too formal when it comes to typings, and even knowing the latest slang words. or jargons.
Everything I've said about it are pure opinions only. I am not in the place to actually research more about what AI can do, because the contents I've watched were enough to prove me about its power and immense potential.
I am not AI. I definitely am not. I've read recently how our very own friend Rusty gave some thoughts about it. Indeed, one can easily compose an article with AI. It's easy to cheat one's contents now. I am not one of those cheaters.
I'd like to prove everyone that I am a real person writing this. Watch me try.
W4rning, this is a stinky topic!
AI won't definitely tell you that it smelled the dog's silent-killer fart. Artificial Intelligence won't be able to describe how surprising the "scent" was. The dog sat beside me, I thought she would go for an adorable nap, but she got into a more comfortable position, then in a few seconds, I felt suffocated.
I laughed it out, and realized, some dogs are also shy to admit they did fart. I am sure it was her, I definitely did not do that! I am honest! (But maybe, she takes after me? Oh my goodness!)
Moving on, this is an awkward sharing, some of y'all maybe having your meals right now. I apologize.
Life can be so boring at times. Yet, it's the little things that remind me how pretty it is to continue living. Those moments of walking alone, just savoring the moment, taking pictures of the sunset, laughing with the pets, watching TV with the family, sharing good news to the parents, eating good food with loved ones. These moments are not gonna happen again, so I try to be reminded of them.
It's nice to just take a break from soaring to your dreams, and just linger in the present. Try to listen to the crickets at night, or how the breeze sound. Try to spend few minutes to just watch the clouds moving, while the moon stays in its place. Try to catch some raindrops with your hands while listening to calming music.
It's always the little things that wakes us up to be reminded of how fortunate we actually are. It helps us remember that dwelling on the negative emotions is not so bad, but excessive is a waste of time.
Notice the distinctively chaotic string of thoughts. This is definitely me, talking about farts, then jumping to random food for thoughts afterwards.
And as usual, I am already tired because it's a few minutes before 11 in the evening, so I am ending this now.
Here's our verse of the day:
Thanks for coming by! Until next time!