Trymare heeft in het WK afstanden topic een AI genaamd ChatGPT de resultaten laten voorspellen, met toch verrassend logische uitslagen. Je kunt hier nog veel meer mee doen, en het leek me wel grappig om hier een apart topic over te maken waar we bizarre of interessante dingen vragen aan de AI. Hier is de output van de volgende prompt (bedacht door @EenBrabander): "Write a dialogue between Patrick Roest and Nils van der Poel, arguing about geoguessr" ---------- Patrick Roest and Nils van der Poel are both talented Dutch speed skaters and avid gamers who enjoy playing Geoguessr, a popular online geography game. In this fictional dialogue, the two athletes argue about their approaches to the game. Patrick: "Nils, you can't just guess randomly. That's not how you win at Geoguessr." Nils: "Who says I'm guessing randomly? I have a system. I look for clues like street signs, license plates, and building styles." Patrick: "But that's still just guessing. You need to have a strategy if you want to score high." Nils: "I have a strategy. I also look at the landscape and try to identify which countries have similar terrain. It's not all guesswork." Patrick: "I think you're overthinking it. I just look for recognizable landmarks or unique features. Like if I see a windmill, I know it's the Netherlands." Nils: "But that's only helpful if you're in the Netherlands. You need a more universal approach if you want to win on all the maps." Patrick: "I still think you're making it too complicated. It's just a game. You don't need to be a geography expert to enjoy it." Nils: "But it's more fun when you play to win. And I don't want to just enjoy it, I want to be the best." Patrick: "Well, good luck with that. I'm happy just playing for fun." Nils: "Suit yourself. But when I beat you in our next match, don't say I didn't warn you." Patrick: "Ha! I'll believe it when I see it." The two skaters laughed and continued their friendly argument, ready for their next game of Geoguessr.