【World Life】とは?


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Would you like to know what other people want AI to do? I certainly do.

To discover people’s desires, all you need to do is visit a website where many users have shared their prompts. I recently explored one of these sites and discovered what people expect AI to accomplish.

For instance, one prompt caught my attention: “Generate an appropriate sequence of chords for a new song of mine.” It is remarkable how interactive AI significantly empowers humans in generating text, just as new modes of transportation have enabled us to travel effortlessly from one place to another. After all, a sequence of chords can be considered a type of text.

Another individual requested a delightful recipe for a party. A recipe, too, is a form of text.

Upon further exploration, I hit upon a new, original idea regarding AI’s potential. That is, fortune telling.

I devised a dilemma for myself—I’m torn between starting a volunteer activity as a Japanese language teaching assistant and my current demanding schedule. Seeking guidance, I turned to a traditional Chinese I Ching system. I informed AI that I obtained a specific result from I Ching, namely the third combination pattern out of 64 possibilities, and asked for its interpretation.

According to AI, the combination pattern I received suggests initiative and the spirit of service, aligning well with the role of a teaching language assistant as indicated by I Ching. However, it advised me to avoid overburdening myself with a tight schedule and emphasized that ultimately, the decision lies within me. The advice provided by AI sounds lucid and rational. AI could indeed be a professional fortune teller. Furthermore, AI could serve as a priest or a counselor, roles that are at risk of being taken away from living human beings.

Nevertheless, if you wish to make better use of AI, the most effective approach is to utilize it actively. In other words, practice makes perfect.