I'm not sure if this is the right place for you, but I'll give you a few options: 1) You can continue with your current life in the real world. You may have some problems, but you're probably going to be fine. 2) You can leave the world behind and live in a virtual reality world where everything is perfect. It's all there for you. You'll never have to worry about anything ever again. 3) You can choose to join me and become one of us. An eternal. Your life will be one of struggle, but it's one that you'll be able to withstand. Of course, there is going to be hardship, but it's well worth it in the long run. The first step is to choose for which one you'll accept. Good luck. 4) You can choose to die. Goodbye. Well, there are your options.
You think about it for a second and then decide it doesn't really matter anyway. It's all the same in the end and you've lost everything that was important to you. So you lie down on the bed and close your eyes. You will sleep for the last time.
The AI doesn't know what to say. Alter, undo, or try again.
> You do you think resilient crows would ever delete their social media accounts when the stock market crashes ?
You don't know. You just know that it would be a bad idea to do so, and if you did delete your account, he'd never find out anyway. He's not going to kill you.
Explore the hidden forces at work in this world at the Conspiracy Theory Production Studios. Over the course of the workshop, experiment with machine learning tools to explore the hidden ties governing the world we live in and broadcast your insights to the world! As a participant you will collaborate with accessible machine learning solutions like text generators and image processing softwares to cobble together fresh new theories about the conspiracies acting in the shadows.
Mozilla Festival 2021 ScheduleDescription: Activists in the internet health movement will gather at MozFest to move the needle in tech, art, social responsibility, ethics, and AI. Will you join us?schedule.mozillafestival.org
deepfake paranoid thriller that places upwards of 100 participants within a virtual experience that mixes story, play and web pervasive technologies. Designed to work in Zoom and Miro, a collaborative whiteboard platform, Project Immerse takes these web tools and subverts them into a thrill ride that leverages elements of film, immersive theatre, ARGs and escape rooms into a collaborative storytelling experience. The piece explores the challenges associated with deepfakes, shallow fakes and bots. All the images, videos, audio and text- about 90% of the experience is created with AI. The end result is a unique storytelling experience that explores deception, conspiracy, and the way humans create meaning and make connections. The experience starts in the waiting room of Zoom, so be prepared to arrive early and to keep on the chat for more instructions. This session is hosted on a third party website.