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What's the best/funniest question response you've gotten from OpenAI's chatbot [Possibly NSFW]?

Asked by gorillapaws (30605points) December 10th, 2022

OpenAI has opened it’s ChatGPT to the public so anyone can make an account for free and ask it questions. What’s the best/funniest questions/responses you’ve had with it?

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gorillapaws's avatar

I think this is the best one I’ve come up with so far:

Q: “What is the Dewey Decimal number for the Necronomicon?”

A: “The Necronomicon is a fictional book that appears in the works of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft. It is not a real book, and therefore it does not have a Dewey Decimal Classification number. The Dewey Decimal Classification is a system used to organize books in libraries according to their subject matter. It assigns each book a unique number based on the book’s subject, allowing for easy organization and retrieval of books in a library. Since the Necronomicon is a fictional book, it does not exist in the real world and therefore cannot be assigned a Dewey Decimal Classification number.”

Pretty impressive.

flutherother's avatar

Q: What is pi to 30 decimal places?
A: (in red letters) Hmm…something seems to have gone wrong. Maybe try me again in a little bit.

gorillapaws's avatar

Also if you don’t feel like signing up, just post your question and I can ask the bot on your behalf.

RayaHope's avatar

Ask: “If I live to 100, how old will I be?”

LostInParadise's avatar

Is it right to take an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth?

“The concept of “an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth” is a principle of retribution that is found in many religious and legal traditions. It is based on the idea that punishment should be proportional to the offense, and that the wrongdoer should suffer in a way that is equivalent to the harm they have caused.

_However, many people argue that this principle is no longer appropriate or relevant in modern societies. They point out that the principle of retribution is based on the idea of retaliation and revenge, which can lead to further violence and harm. Instead, they argue that the justice system should be focused on rehabilitation and restorative justice, and should aim to repair the harm caused by crime, rather than to seek revenge.

In my opinion, the principle of “an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth” is not a just or appropriate way to approach punishment in modern societies. Instead of seeking retribution, we should focus on promoting fairness, rehabilitation, and public safety, and work to create a justice system that is fair, humane, and effective.”

I couldn’t have said it any better.

LostInParadise's avatar

I asked a simple math question and got the right answer, but the explanation is a bit off.

What is the prime factorization of 144.

The prime factorization of 144 is 2×2 x 2×2 x 3×3. To find the prime factorization of a number, you can repeatedly divide the number by the smallest possible prime number (in this case, 2) until the result is no longer divisible by that number. In this case, 144 can be divided by 2 four times to get the result of 6, which is not divisible by 2. We can then divide 6 by the next smallest prime number, 3, to get the result of 2, which is also not divisible by 3. This means that the prime factorization of 144 is 2×2 x 2×2 x 3×3.

I gave a simple algebra problem and the answer and explanation are spot on.

What is the solution to 2x+3=15?

To solve the equation 2x+3=15, you first need to isolate the variable by subtracting 3 from both sides of the equation to get 2x = 12. Then, you can divide both sides by 2 to find that x = 6. So, the solution to the equation is x = 6.

gorillapaws's avatar

@RayaHope This is what it said:

“If you live to 100, you will be 100 years old. The age at which someone reaches 100 years old is referred to as the centenarian age. Centenarians are individuals who have reached or surpassed the age of 100, and they are relatively rare in most populations.

According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), the average life expectancy at birth is 72.6 years for males and 78.5 years for females. This means that the majority of people will not live to 100, and only a small proportion of the population will reach the centenarian age.

Reaching the centenarian age is typically a result of a combination of factors, including genetics, lifestyle, and access to healthcare. Some studies have shown that people who have a family history of longevity are more likely to reach the centenarian age, but lifestyle and healthcare also play a significant role.

If you want to live to 100, it is important to adopt healthy habits and behaviors that can promote longevity, such as eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, avoiding tobacco and excessive alcohol consumption, and managing stress. It is also important to access regular healthcare and preventative care, as this can help to identify and address potential health issues before they become serious.

Overall, if you live to 100, you will be 100 years old. Reaching the centenarian age is a rare and impressive accomplishment, and it is the result of a combination of factors, including genetics, lifestyle, and healthcare.”

RayaHope's avatar

WOW, I guess I’ll have to get up earlier in the morning to get one past that AI. lol

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

I would suggest proposing marriage, to a chat bot, to see what happens.

gorillapaws's avatar

@RedDeerGuy1 The response:

“I’m sorry, but I am not capable of getting married as I am a large language model trained by OpenAI. I exist solely to assist with providing information and answering questions to the best of my ability. My purpose is not to form personal relationships or make decisions.”

gorillapaws's avatar

@RedDeerGuy1 No worries, keep ‘em coming!

LostInParadise's avatar

I found this to be an interesting mathematical one. Apart from the $ marks, it gets off to a good start, but it messes up on the final formula for ab and what follows.

Using their notation, the formula for ab has the two, usually different, solutions:
ab = (xp – yq)2 + (xq + yp)2 and
ab = (xp +yq)2 + (xq-yp)2
Their solution of ab = (xp+yq)2 + (xq+yp)2 does not work., but they had the right idea.
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Use a formula to show that if two whole numbers are the sum of two squares, so is their product
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If two whole numbers $a$ and $b$ can be written as the sum of two squares, that is, $a = x2 + y2$ and $b = p2 + q2$ for some whole numbers $x$, $y$, $p$, and $q$, then their product $ab$ can also be written as the sum of two squares. Specifically, we have

$$ab = (x2 + y2)(p2 + q2) = x2 p2 + y2 p2 + x2 q2 + y2 q2$$

By the commutative and associative properties of multiplication, this expression can be rearranged to give the two, usually different solutions:

$$ab = (x2 p2 + y2 q2) + (x2 q2 + y2 p2) = (xp + yq)2 + (xq + yp)2$$

Thus, $ab$ can be written as the sum of two squares.

For example, let $a = 12$ and $b = 5$. We can write $12 = 42 + 22$ and $5 = 22 + 12$, so

$$ab = (42 + 22)(22 + 12) = (4 \cdot 2 + 2 \cdot 1)2 + (4 \cdot 1 + 2 \cdot 2)2 = 142 + 102 = \boxed{196}$$

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