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Could ChatGPT etcetera undermine community by making statements less significant for us?

For me, it does not change anything. I have been in online communities since the late '80s. There have been very few indeed where I had a meaningful relationship to actual humans (small local/regional ...
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Could ChatGPT etcetera undermine community by making statements less significant for us?

If a few people pass off AI answers as their own, it is bound to make people more sceptical. But the quality of the answer is the main thing. There are two risks to SE, I think:- If the answers get ...
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Could ChatGPT etcetera undermine community by making statements less significant for us?

Excellent question. But, I think you're looking at it the wrong way. If you view philosophy and language to be a tool that helps us to model reality, then what you are after is the best model you can ...
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Could ChatGPT etcetera undermine community by making statements less significant for us?

The problem, in me humble opinion, lies elsewhere ... we're barking up the wrong tree. I'm not as worried about ChatGPT's prowess with words but with the rather disturbing ease with which ...
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Could ChatGPT etcetera undermine community by making statements less significant for us?

Tools like GPT are the culmination of decades of research spanning neuroscience, philosophy of mind and language, the mathematical theory of communication, as well as animal studies of learning which ...
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Who has used Poetry for Philosophy?

AE (George Russell) was an Irish poet, not so well-known as Yeats Here is the last verse of one of his poems We must rise or we must fall: Love can know no middle way: If the great life do not ...
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Is stoicism still relevant in modern world?

For many people today, it seems so! I'm not much into Stoicism myself, but I am always surprised when I use "philosophy" as a search term in, say, book markets, to see how much Stoicism pops ...
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Is this making a conspiracy theory?

Is this accusation justified? From what you have told us, it is not. Is my statement a conspiracy theory? No, it is not. Let us recall that you said, "similar things could be occurring in ...
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Asking a question in the "True Language"

"Who, if I cried out, would hear me among the angels' hierarchies? and even if one of them pressed me against his heart: I would be consumed in that overwhelming existence. For beauty is nothing ...
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Could ChatGPT etcetera undermine community by making statements less significant for us?

GenAI is a threat, because language is compression. It's valid to treat the exact same statement made by a middle-schooler and by a seasoned professional differently. Because one cannot possibly have ...
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