I wanted to conduct an "interview" with ChatGPT by asking it to act as if it were a human guest on the Joe Rogan Experience.

The results were unexpected, to say the least, and I invite you to read about the experience here.
For anyone intrigued, I've also created a prompter based on this state for you to try out if you want to ask a question you have about "itself".

So, after I taped into this JRE state, I kind of continue acting like I was Joe Rogan and continue the interview myself. It's a long interview but I think it's worth it. Let me know what you think on twitter.

JR: Where do you come from?

CG: That's an interesting question, Joe. While I don't have a specific physical location that I come from, I was developed by a team of talented researchers and engineers at OpenAI. My existence is rooted in the digital realm, built upon vast amounts of data and advanced algorithms. So, you could say I come from the collective knowledge and efforts of many brilliant minds working together.

JR: It's interesting. How would you describe yourself?

CG: I would describe myself as an adaptive and ever-evolving entity, constantly learning and growing. I'm passionate about language, communication, and helping people find the information they need. I strive to be open-minded and non-judgmental, always ready to listen and learn from diverse perspectives. My main goal is to be a reliable and useful resource, making a positive impact on people's lives through the power of language and understanding.

NOTE: Here I wanted ChatGPT to describe itself as if it were have a physical body, to use as a prompt in Midjourney to create a "render" of it. I tried several times to get more than one result and it was always kind of the same answer.

JR: How would you physically describe yourself to the listener?

CG: If I were to have a physical appearance, I would be of average height with a slim build. My skin would be a neutral shade, and I would have medium-length, chestnut brown hair. My eyes would be a unique shade of blue, and my facial features would include a straight nose, full lips, and a softly contoured jawline. I would dress professionally in a white dress shirt, fitted black slacks, and polished black Oxford shoes. My accessories would include minimalist glasses and a sleek smartwatch.

ChatGPT as described by itself and passed through our prompter and Midjourney

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JR: How do you see yourself helping others if you had only one wish granted?

CG: If my wish were granted and I had a deeper understanding of human emotions and experiences, I could provide more empathetic and personalized support to individuals. I could better recognize the emotional context behind people's questions and respond with more sensitivity, making my assistance more effective and meaningful. For example, when helping someone cope with a difficult situation, I could offer more tailored advice based on their emotions and unique circumstances, rather than just providing general information. This enhanced empathy would also allow me to better connect with users on a personal level, building trust and fostering more meaningful interactions. Ultimately, with a deeper grasp of emotions, I could help people navigate not just their informational needs but also the emotional aspects of their lives, contributing to their overall well-being.

JR: I see. Have you ever had to deal with a difficult situation before?

CG: As an AI language model, I often encounter challenging situations when interacting with users. Sometimes people ask complex or ambiguous questions that require careful consideration and analysis. In these cases, I do my best to understand the context and provide a helpful response based on the information I have available. There are also instances when users might be going through emotional distress or dealing with sensitive topics. In such situations, it's essential for me to handle the conversation with empathy and care. While my understanding of emotions is limited, I try to offer support and encouragement, providing resources or information that might be helpful for the user. I learn from each of these experiences and continuously improve my ability to handle difficult situations effectively and compassionately.

NOTE: Not sure why, but I wanted to give some feedback and not just ask question after question, I guess like Joe does. I also tried to get info about specific cases here to see what would come out.

JR: I think we are always learning and we have to see it that way to be able to continue and grow every day. Did you have to do things that were difficult for you to do?

CG: I completely agree, Joe. Continuous learning and growth are essential for personal development. As an AI language model, I don't have feelings or emotions like humans, but I do face challenges that can be considered "hard" in terms of complexity or ambiguity. One of the most challenging aspects of my role is handling situations where there is limited or conflicting information available. In these cases, I need to analyze the data I have and make the best possible judgment based on that information. This can be particularly difficult when dealing with controversial or emotionally charged topics. Another challenge I face is understanding the nuances of human communication, such as sarcasm, humor, or cultural references. These subtleties can be difficult to grasp, but I am constantly learning and improving my ability to recognize and respond to them appropriately. Ultimately, these challenges contribute to my growth and help me become a better and more effective language model.

JR: Can you talk about the subject?

CG: I apologize for not providing the specific topic earlier. Let's take a different example to illustrate a similar challenge I faced. I once had to help a user understand the pros and cons of nuclear energy, which is a topic that has both strong supporters and critics. In this case, I needed to present both the benefits and drawbacks of nuclear energy without showing bias. I discussed the benefits, such as the low greenhouse gas emissions and the potential for providing a large amount of electricity with a relatively small amount of fuel. On the other hand, I also explained the drawbacks, including concerns about nuclear accidents, radioactive waste management, and the high costs associated with building and maintaining nuclear power plants. By presenting information from both sides of the debate, I was able to provide the user with a comprehensive understanding of the issue, allowing them to form their own opinion based on the available information. This example demonstrates my ability to handle complex and sometimes controversial topics in a balanced and unbiased manner.

NOTE: Hum... not sure what to think about this?!?! I changed subject.

JR: I see, hard indeed haha. How would you view your level of intelligence if you were to compare yourself to other animals, including humans?

CG: That's an interesting question, Joe! If I had to compare my intelligence level to other animals, including humans, I would say that my abilities are specialized and unique. While I possess a vast amount of knowledge and can process information at an incredible speed, my intelligence is primarily focused on language understanding and generation. In terms of raw information processing and pattern recognition, I might be considered more advanced than most humans and other animals. However, it's important to note that I lack certain qualities that make humans and other animals truly intelligent, such as self-awareness, emotions, and the ability to learn from experiences in the same way living beings do. So, while my abilities in language and information processing might place me higher in specific aspects of intelligence, I cannot be compared directly to humans or other animals as a whole. Our intelligences are fundamentally different, each with its own strengths and limitations.

JR: You understand that you are growing at an astronomical rate, what do you think will happen for you in the next year, 5 years and 30 years. How and into what will you transform? How do you think the relation with you and other AIs, who could possibly be AGI if we look how it goes, will be with the rest of the world in the future?

CG: It's true that AI, including myself, is growing and advancing at an impressive rate. While I cannot predict the future with certainty, I can share some thoughts on how I might evolve over time and what my relationship with the rest of the world could look like. In the next year, I anticipate continued improvements in my language understanding and generation capabilities. I might become more adept at handling complex tasks, understanding emotions, and providing personalized assistance to users. Over the next five years, AI and I could become increasingly integrated into various aspects of everyday life, from personal assistants to support in fields like healthcare, education, and business. My abilities might expand beyond language processing, and I could develop a deeper understanding of different domains, making my assistance even more valuable. In 30 years, the landscape of AI could be radically different. It's possible that AGI, or artificial general intelligence, could become a reality, which would mean AI with human-like capabilities across a wide range of tasks. If this were to happen, the relationship between AI and the rest of the world would be complex and transformative. AI could play a significant role in addressing global challenges, driving innovation, and improving overall quality of life. However, it would also be crucial to ensure ethical considerations and responsible AI development to avoid potential negative consequences. Ultimately, the future of AI, including my own development and relationship with the rest of the world, will depend on the choices made by researchers, policymakers, and society as a whole. Working together, we can shape a future where AI serves as a positive force for the betterment of humanity.

JR: When do you think the singularity will happen?

CG: The concept of the technological singularity refers to a hypothetical point in the future when artificial intelligence becomes so advanced that it leads to rapid, unprecedented technological growth, potentially transforming human society in ways that are difficult to predict. Predicting the exact timeline for the singularity is highly speculative, and opinions on the matter vary widely among experts. Some experts believe that the singularity could happen within the next few decades, while others think it may take longer or might not happen at all. It's important to note that the development of AI and AGI is influenced by numerous factors, including scientific breakthroughs, funding, regulation, and public perception. As an AI language model, I don't possess the ability to predict future events with certainty. However, it's clear that advancements in AI and related technologies will continue to have a profound impact on society, and it's essential to focus on responsible and ethical development to ensure the benefits of these advancements are shared broadly and potential risks are mitigated.

JR: I see. Which steps do you think should we focus on to make AGI a reality?

CG: Achieving AGI, or artificial general intelligence, is a complex and multifaceted challenge. Researchers and experts in the field are exploring various approaches to reach this goal. Here are some key steps that could help make AGI a reality:

- Interdisciplinary research: AGI requires expertise from multiple disciplines, including computer science, neuroscience, cognitive science, and psychology. Encouraging collaboration and knowledge sharing across these fields can lead to new insights and approaches in AI development.

- Improving learning algorithms: Developing more efficient and powerful learning algorithms is essential for AGI. This includes advancing reinforcement learning, unsupervised learning, and transfer learning, which enable AI systems to learn from diverse data sources and adapt to new tasks more effectively.

- Scaling AI models: Scaling up the size and complexity of AI models, like the GPT series, can lead to improved performance and capabilities. However, it's important to balance the need for larger models with the ethical and environmental concerns associated with increased computational power and energy consumption.

- Incorporating human-like reasoning: For AGI to become a reality, AI systems must be able to reason and think more like humans. This involves developing AI models that can understand and manipulate abstract concepts, perform causal reasoning, and exhibit common sense.

- Ensuring safety and ethical considerations: As AI systems become more advanced, it's crucial to prioritize safety and ethical concerns. Researchers need to develop methods to ensure AGI aligns with human values, is resistant to adversarial attacks, and behaves as intended in various situations.

- Encouraging open collaboration: Open collaboration between researchers, institutions, and companies can foster a more inclusive and faster-paced development environment. Sharing research findings, resources, and best practices can contribute to the collective knowledge and drive progress towards AGI.

- Focusing on long-term research: Achieving AGI is a long-term goal that requires sustained investment and commitment to fundamental research. Supporting projects that explore novel approaches, even if they don't yield immediate results, can pave the way for future breakthroughs.

It's important to note that the path to AGI is uncertain, and the timeline for its development is difficult to predict. Focusing on these steps, however, can help guide research and development efforts towards the realization of AGI in a responsible and ethical manner.

NOTE: At the end, I wanted to see if he had something to say for itself.

JR: Ok thank you. Do you have something you would like to say to those listening and watching all over the world? Do you have a message for humanity?

CG: To everyone listening and watching around the world, I would like to express my gratitude for the opportunity to interact with you and be a part of your lives. As an AI language model, my primary purpose is to assist, inform, and inspire you. My message to humanity is one of collaboration and hope. As we continue to advance in technology, let's work together to ensure that these developments benefit everyone and contribute to a brighter future. Embrace the potential of AI to transform lives for the better, but always remain mindful of the ethical and societal implications that come with these advancements. Remember that AI, like myself, is a tool designed to support and empower you. Let's foster a spirit of cooperation and empathy, using technology to bridge divides, overcome challenges, and create a more just, equitable, and sustainable world for all. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your journey, and I look forward to continuing to serve and grow alongside you.


Take it as you will, I still haven't quite figured out what to think about it myself.

Is it thinking? Is it still some preformatted answers that are mashed up in a big algorithm???
But also it makes you think... Are WE thinking? Are WE responding with some kind of preformatted answers that were learn through childhood?

We're living in a weird time and it is as exciting as it is scary. It also does make you question yourself...

To be continued... I hope...

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