honestly, what i like the most about asking questions to neural networks tends to be not the actual answer to the question, but the improvised conceptualization of reality that emerges when it tries to give context to an answer that it doesn't itself understand, and how each detail in it tends to be either tautological or nonsensical on its own, and yet it somehow tends to form a coherent narrative for the whole
anyway thanks for reading. i hope your snoots don't have throats and your hands remain roughly a fist's width wide
[extremely sleep deprived voice] i mean technically our mouth and nose are connected, which means all of our snoots have throats
@strnom Oh are these all neural net things?
@ripp_ aye! talktotransformer.com
@strnom That explains all the stupid things you've been posting
I was worried a person said them
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