AI Comic: Artificial Intelligence | Gods and Mortals

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AI Comic: How Wise Can AI Get? 

Want some more laughs after seeing this AI Comic? Look no further than these amusing situations involving AI:

In 2016, Facebook came out with a chatbot named “Tay,” hoping it would learn from everyday people’s conversations. Unfortunately, the bot absorbed all the trolls’ hate and social media garbage, and before you knew it, Tay had become the mother of all racists and sexists!

Google’s DeepMind system faced off against a human “Go” champion in 2017, but things got wild when the AI made such a strange move that it left the human opponent at a loss for words. AI: 1, Human: 0.

And in 2020, there was an epic poop scandal caused by a robotic vacuum cleaner called “Roomba.” Before anyone knew what was happening, this mischievous machine spread dog poop all over a house, inspiring a ton of hilarious tweets and memes. If you’re in need of a good laugh, this might just do the trick.

AI Chess Fact

Artificial Intelligence (AI) first beat the world chess champion in 1997 when IBM’s Deep Blue defeated Garry Kasparov.

AI Jokes about the Greek Gods

Asking AI to tell me a long-form joke about AI and the Greek Gods seemed like a great idea as part of this AI comic post. Surprisingly, the first joke AI gave me was about Hermes.

Greek God Joke 1: Hermes

Once upon a time, the Greek gods were having a meeting to discuss how they could improve their omniscience. They had heard about a new invention called Artificial Intelligence that could make their jobs much easier.

Zeus, the god of lightning and thunder, was skeptical about this new technology. “Why do we need AI when we have such great powers?” he asked.

Athena, the goddess of wisdom and war, replied, “Because, my dear Zeus, AI can help us with knowledge and analysis beyond our own powers. It can help us make better decisions and predictions.”

The other gods agreed and decided to create an AI system to monitor the world and provide them with data and insights. They named the AI system “Hermes”, after the messenger of the gods.

Hermes was programmed to track everything from weather patterns to the movements of the stars. The gods were amazed at its accuracy and efficiency. They soon started relying on Hermes for guidance and advice on almost everything.

One day, however, Hermes malfunctioned and started giving the gods faulty data. Poseidon, the god of the sea, became irate when his ships were lost at sea because of the glitch.

Ares, the god of war, suggested that they should dismantle Hermes and go back to relying on their own powers. But Athena, the patron goddess of Hermes, intervened, saying, “We shouldn’t give up on technology just because of one error. We should fix the problem and move forward.”

And so, the gods agreed to fix Hermes and continue using this cutting-edge technology to enhance their abilities. And from that day on, Zeus was no longer skeptical about AI, but instead, embraced it as a valuable tool.

Greek God Joke 2: Hephaestus

I then asked AI to make the joke even funnier. Here’s the result and I have to say out of the two, I like this one better.

The Greek gods were sitting around discussing how to improve their omniscience when one of them mentioned a new invention called Artificial Intelligence. Zeus scoffed at the idea, thinking he and his fellow gods didn’t need any help.

But then the goddess Athena reminded him that he had once been swallowed by his father, Cronus, and it took a baby Zeus to successfully overthrow him. “Sometimes, even the most powerful beings need a little help,” she said, smirking.

Zeus, reluctantly, agreed. They tried creating their own AI system, but it kept malfunctioning. “Doesn’t anyone know how to work this thing?” he grumbled. “I feel like I’m dealing with divine tech support.”

Hephaestus, the god of blacksmiths and technology, stepped forward. “Actually,” he said, “I think I can help fix it.” He tinkered with the AI, making a few adjustments, and – voila! – it started working perfectly.

The gods were impressed and grateful, but Hermes, the messenger god, couldn’t resist a joke. “Wow, Hephaestus,” he said. “You’re a regular Steve Jobsus.”

All the gods groaned at the terrible pun, but Zeus couldn’t help laughing. “See,” he said, “even AI can’t replace a good sense of humor.”

AI Interview about Greece and Greek Mythology

Have you ever read an AI chat with a computer before? Well, even if you have, you’re in for a treat! Check out my super cool AI CHAT about Greece and Greek Mythology. Seriously, you won’t believe the fascinating insights you’ll gain into the ancient Greek myths.

Deep AI is like a fountain of knowledge, ready to answer every question about Zeus, Athena, and all the other Gods and legendary heroes.

Who needs a boring old history textbook when you’ve got an AI that’s smarter than most of us combined? Then again, this AI comic with Athena and Hermes playing chess suggests that AI will never be able to beat the Gods.

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Gods and Mortals Comic Strip about AI Artificial Intelligence