Help me write an article about Buying AI personalities.
GPT changed the landscape of AI because of its ability to attempt and guess, instead of dead ends the AI is able to improvise and adapt. It may be inaccurate but where in extreme cases its factually incorrect and potentially dangerously incorrect, before that extreme we have helpfully creative.
With the AI voices, AI Image generation and the ability to Translate Visual stimuli into actions and response, we are so close to human-like robots and androids that will respond to us beyond just text and voice - but with Action.
Getting into the main idea: Buying AI personalities - we will grow spoiled with all the conveniences of AI and like what GPT did, they want the onus of INITIATIVE more and more to the AI instead of the human. The market will demand that the AI have more power over the human learning to communicate and learn. Thus the market for Personalities emerges: AIs that will take initiative based on certain cues and conditions. Humans with fickle desires, will want some areas the AI to take initiative and creative liberty, and will ail to communicate this hoping the AI to iterate and adapt to every whim and response until the human is satisfied with the response.
As a professional that is in ERPNext IT implementation - people believe the Software should adapt - to the lengths that they forget the budget and the impact of every customization. Imagine a future that people will never need to adapt. They will never believe they will ever need to learn and the AI, robot or Android will find a way for the human.
I don't know if you ever want to point that out in your TRPG storytelling - a rent-seeking attitude of a culture that derives power through authority instead of reason - that Adaption and Understanding disappear as an evolutionary successful trait. The way risk seeking is an outlier trait that keeps the gene pool healthy - Intelligence and innovation become an outlier in the gene pool.
**Title: The Future of AI: Buying Personalities and the Adaptation Paradox**
Artificial intelligence (AI) has evolved far beyond its initial design intent of simple task automation. Today, we are witnessing the unprecedented rise of AI entities that can mimic, interpret, and respond to human behavior - setting the stage for the next frontier: buying AI personalities.
The landmark achievements of OpenAI's Generative Pretrained Transformer (GPT) platform have altered the landscape of AI by enabling these virtual entities to adapt and improvise in real-time, pushing them closer to human-like cognition than ever before. GPT's ability to attempt and guess responses, while occasionally inaccurate, has shifted our perception of AI from rigid computational systems to imaginative and creatively helpful companions.
Modern advancements have also integrated AI voice recognition, image generation, and the interpretation of visual stimuli into actionable responses. We're on the precipice of fully interactive AI-powered robots and androids that can respond to human cues not just through text and voice, but with real-world actions.
This leads us to a nascent yet intriguing idea: buying AI personalities. As AI becomes more embedded in our daily lives, our expectations of its capabilities are escalating. Just like how GPT revolutionized the understanding of AI, the market is gradually shifting its demands. We are seeking AI that can take more initiative, that can anticipate our needs and wants without being explicitly programmed to do so.
The emerging market for AI personalities represents a new type of AI that can initiate actions based on specific cues and conditions. These AIs adapt to our changing needs and expectations, iterating their responses until we, the humans, are satisfied.
This inclination is not too far removed from my experiences as an ERPNext IT implementation professional. Often, clients hold the belief that software should adapt to them, dismissing the constraints of budget or the implications of excessive customization. This mindset raises an intriguing question for our future: What if we no longer needed to adapt or learn? What if our AI companions could shoulder that burden?
If we project this trend into the future, it could lead to a society where adaptation and understanding are no longer necessary for survival, or even viewed as desirable traits. A dystopian future could see the dominance of a culture that asserts power through authority rather than reason.
In the realm of table-top role-playing games (TRPG), this scenario presents an intriguing narrative device. It paints a picture of a society with a rent-seeking attitude, where intelligence, innovation, and risk-taking become outliers in the gene pool, rather than standard traits.
This prospect calls for reflection and foresight. As we charge forward into this new age of AI, we must consider the ethical, societal, and evolutionary implications of our advancements. After all, the value of AI is not solely in its ability to make our lives more convenient but also in its potential to help us understand and navigate the complexities of our ever-evolving world.
Background: observing my kids with technology, reflecting on the costs of raising a Child in the developing - and planning the NGO school I hope to one day afford if my IT projects work out. Impacted also by the trend of rent-seeking behavior in businesses and organizations and my powerlessness. At least I can escape in my writing of TRPG scifi settings. the paradox - as I am Evolved to pay more attention to threats - and Selected for planning and think - I cant help but see threats farther out and be emotionally affected by them.
My ideas will always be difficult to communicate, and despite AI polishing it - so much of culture has been conditioned to shift the burden of understanding to someone else. You can use AI to frame ideas optimally - but the burden will always shift away from the adaptability trait.
noun: rent-seeking; noun: rentseeking
the fact or practice of manipulating public policy or economic conditions as a strategy for increasing profits.
"cronyism and rent-seeking have become an integral part of the way our biggest companies do business"
engaging in or involving the manipulation of public policy or economic conditions as a strategy for increasing profits.