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Woman reveals why her ex always said 'please' and 'thank you' while using ChatGPT and it's hilarious

She was amused to see her ex always be courteous towards ChatGPT and his reason was the icing on the cake.

Woman reveals why her ex always said 'please' and 'thank you' while using ChatGPT and it's hilarious
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You never know what the future holds and that's why some people feel the need to be polite to artificial intelligence. A woman named 'Trash Jones' (@jzux) took to X (formerly Twitter) to to real an interesting things about her ex. Jones says he would always say "thank you" and "please" while asking a question to ChatGPT. While that's not entirely crazy, it was the reason behind his politeness that left the internet in stitches. 

Representative Image Source: Pexels | Sanket Mishra
Representative Image Source: Pexels | Sanket Mishra


Seeing the unusual way of addressing an AI bot, when the woman asked him, the ex-boyfriend simply replied that the AI tool would remember his courteous behavior and if it ever turned evil, it would remember him as a polite person. This epic exchange was posted on X by Jones with a caption that read, "Thinking about my ex who always said 'please' and 'thank you' when he asked ChatGPT a question and when I asked him why, he said, 'When it becomes sentient and powerful it will remember who was polite'." 



While some people who chanced upon Jonas' post could relate to the ex's sentiment, others admitted they use "please" or "thank you" too while addressing ChatGPT but it is out of habit. "Lmao... I do this an ex-Google AI expert talked about a ‘deep level of consciousness and emotion’ in AI and emphasized the importance of treating it with compassion Currently AI is learning from corporations who are treating it commercially so…," commented @Georgesketch while @WikkedBlissy wrote: "I always thank my Alexa for the same reason."


AI tools are becoming increasingly part of our daily lives. From virtual assistants to automated customer service representatives, the thought of AI turning powerful and sentient does not seem improbable. AI is ever-evolving and can learn and adapt like a human brain. 

With humans slowly adapting to AI and, even in certain scenarios, depending heavily on its services, some think we're too reliant on something that could prompt our downfall, according to The Mirror.  We have seen how AI has started to take over human activities, and may slash job opportunities for humans.

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Representational Image Source - Pexels I Photo by Sanket Mishra

AI has also been painted as evil in movies such as "The Terminator," "Minority Report," and "Blade Runner" where AI has done harm to humanity.

For now, the harsh yet fictional depiction has not seen the day of light and the control of AI largely remains at the fingertips of the human race. In our present world, the human race has had to only deal with deepfakes and banking frauds caused by the assistance of AI. There is no indication of it turning on humans.

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Jones' tweet has received over 10 million views and tons of comments. Many have shed light on the fact that being courteous to AI benefits in the long run. One user, Aarti (@ItsAarti_), even stated that being polite helps get better results from Chat-GPT. 


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