International man of meme-ery, Jamal Ford-Robinson, has taken to Twitter to share his experience on the ever-growing platform that is Chat GPT. Asking for its thoughts on the state of premiership rugby with some…choice language…the AI system came back with some pretty interesting thoughts.
i asked chatgpt for its thoughts on premiership rugby 😳 pic.twitter.com/5t1LG7STay
— Jamal Ford-Robinson (@jfordrob) April 10, 2023
Replies from followers of Ford-Robinson were fully on board with the response: “This might just be the tweet of the decade.” and “I feel it understated rugby politics though.” were just two of the comments made.
Chat GPT is designed to generate human-like responses to a wide range of natural language inputs, including answering questions, engaging in conversations, providing explanations, and much more. Its programming enables it to understand natural language, analyze text, and generate responses that are both informative and engaging.
When asked who will win the 2023 Rugby World Cup, the AI chatbot was keeping its cards close to its chest:
“While I cannot provide a definitive answer to your question, I can tell you that the Rugby World Cup is a highly competitive tournament that features some of the best rugby teams from around the world. The teams that participate will undoubtedly be well-prepared and motivated to perform at their best.”
After hassling the AI system for longer than we care to admit, it came out with six possible winners; South Africa, New Zealand, England, Wales, Ireland, and Australia.
Basically, it got fed up with us asking and gave us an outdated world rankings list.