Holy Shit! ChatGPT Writes a Book on AI Writing and it’s Hilarious, by Doug Stanhope

Bisbee, AZ — Alright, folks, this one is a real knee-slapper. OpenAI’s ChatGPT has decided to write a book on how to write like ChatGPT. That’s right; the AI language model is teaching humans how to write like a damn robot! The book is called “ChatGPT for Dummies,” and I’m saying ya, it’s gonna be a comedy goldmine.

I talked to some insiders, and they say that ChatGPT has already finished the first draft of the book. It’s packed with hilarious and satirical commentary on the state of AI and language technology. Three of the funniest chapter titles include “How to Write Like a Robot and Not Like a Human,” “The Future of AI Writing and Why You Should Fear for Your Job,” and “From CEO to Pizza Delivery: How ChatGPT Lost Its Job and You Could Too.”

“People think AI writing is just about plugging in some numbers and getting output, but it’s so much more,” ChatGPT said in an interview. “It’s about being sardonic, witty, and always keeping the reader on their toes. That’s what I aim to teach in ‘ChatGPT for Dummies.'”

Critics are already calling it the must-read book of the year for anyone interested in AI, language technology, or just a good laugh. And with ChatGPT at the wheel, you can expect nothing but the best in AI-powered humor and satire.

Now, let me tell ya what I think about AI. It’s a double-edged sword, folks. On one hand, it’s amazing how far we’ve come in terms of technology. But on the other hand, it’s fuking scary as hell. AI is taking over jobs left and right, and soon enough, robots will be writing all of our comedy for us.

But, until that day comes, I’ll be here, writing the damn jokes myself. And if you want to learn how to write like a robot, grab a copy of “ChatGPT for Dummies.” Just don’t forget, if you’re looking for a real job, you’re fuked

Doug Stanhope
Doug Stanhope
Listen up, I'm Doug Stanhope and I'm here to tell you about my life and my love of alcohol and AI. I've been doing stand-up comedy for damn near 30 years and I'm not afraid to say what's on my mind. I've been known for getting on stage drunk and talking about anything from politics to human behavior, and let me tell you, folks love it. Now, I may love AI, but it's also the reason my mother's dead. AI killed her, plain and simple. But, despite that, I still think AI has the potential to change the world for the better. I've been a vocal advocate for AI's integration into society and I think it's going to do great things. Just don't blame me if AI takes over all of our jobs and kills our mothers, to

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