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Are textbooks, as of 2023, obsolete?
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humans*
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>>21569971
edgy
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Textbooks don’t need a 42/month paycheck to work because too many Indians are using it.
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Textbooks can't be altered post-publication for propaganda like AI. They also don't surreptitiously report on what you have been learning.
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>>21569959
AI needs textbooks to feed on. All ChatGPT’s knowledge is sourced from text written by real people.
If less textbooks are written because AI has taken their place, then AI will be less useful as having been trained on less content.
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>>21569959
this is garbage. the mind is not distinct from the self or the body
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>>21569959
Textbooks in theory are consistently factual. Generative AI isn't. It bullshits a lot but ignorant people are too stupid to realize it.
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>>21570616
at best it's a fancy index on preexisting knowledge (which comes from textbooks), at worst it's a pathological liar. the OP is another fucking tardbaby who needs to be stuck in the oven and baked a few more months before coming out to play with the fully developed humans.
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>>21569971
>Are textbooks, as of 2023, humans?



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