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Episode 3) Poems on human experiences
On this episode of "The Shrug" I struggle to pronounce names and read some of our favorite creators' works out loud. This ability to read the written word out loud is such a treat, and to hear these words in my voice just gives me such chills. I am awestruck by the words I am blessed to say, and I am so grateful for all the creators who allowed me to read their works today. Please take the time to rate the podcast in your podcast player, and share this podcast with your friends and family. Let us get these Vocal creators more likes and comments, and maybe some new users to the platform. I hope you enjoy these poems, and if you would like to be featured leave a comment and I will check out your stuff.
The Case Against AI Tools for Writing
My relationship with Artificial Intelligence is... complicated. This is partially because there's a big difference between my personal and professional life...
How To Spot AI Poetry
I wrote an article called How To Spot AI about 4 weeks ago, and I realized that I focused only on nonfiction writing. With AI continuing to incorporate itself into everyday life and mingling suspiciously undetected in the fiction and poetry communities, I've decided to follow up with tips and tricks on how to detect AI poetry.
Arguing with Chat GPT
It started out as something fun. I was curious and I wanted to explore the limits of this AI technology after my friend introduced me to it.
AI: Your new writing buddy?
Artificial intelligence, whatever that means, has been much criticised of late. AI is a thief, a cheat, a hoax, a way of passing off another's work as your own. Worst of all, it has even been said that it will one-day bring about the extinction of the human race. As if we didn't already face enough Armageddon scenarios, from climate change to nuclear war, we now face another from AI, The Terminator.
How To Spot AI
I know that many writers here on Vocal are concerned about AI, and I'm among them. I strongly believe that AI will never replace art, and you can read more about my feelings on the subject here. Vocal even has guidelines, as new as five months ago, surrounding the topic of AI on the platform, which you can read about here.
AI on AI: Omni Predicts Current Discussions Around Artificial Intelligence
As more and more Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools become available there have also been additional applications theorized and warnings issued by the scientists involved. Taking a look at vintage issues of Omni magazine shows that our conversations around AI are rooted in a decades-long history of wanting AI to take over human tasks and invent new possibilities, and that it was known that this would not come without consequence. Current AI tools such as ChatGPT can help further these conversations, this time with the direct involvement of AI.
I Bought the Freewrite Traveler - An Honest Review
Note: This article is not sponsored, and I am in no way affiliated with Freewrite. On the fence about purchasing the Freewrite Traveler? Read on to determine if purchasing the device is right for you:
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The Future is Now
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Why this strange thing happened with me! I'm standing from dawn. Incomprehensible tension, the morning is uncertainly in the morning. In the morning, I've fallen out of the morning with mobile phones and wallet. For the face. I was not looking back. Where is the mother's 'coming?' 'As I am going to', 'Asking mother' came down to the stairs. I started walking without getting anybody in Ezibyk or Rickshe. From the pocket Finding the mobile phone and see the image to save the gallery in the gallery. Every time you see another kind of good look. Yet, I am looking forward to seeing your name directly on the pages of the newspaper. 2. I used to try to write taste stories since reading in college. But there was no time to think about science's complex-solid textbooks. Most stories did not get the consequences. In the middle time, the writing was not on the head. When I was a little fond of admission in the university, again with unfinished stories, I sat down. I also wrote a few words in the same story. From there, I used to find a story in a story every day, every day in the mobile phone, I found your name. Ending the long waiting Today has been printed today. I have not been able to get e-papers on the mobile phone, but I do not have to read the printing letter on paper. Staying for more than an hour long for the newspaper. But today the magazine will not be found here! 3. Only one For the purchase of the magazine, I came to the city for twenty-five kilometers. But it does not seem to be unusual or excessive at all. The passage from the bus and go to the magazine stall. There is no crowd of people around the stairs. An elderly in the stale of the newspaper With reluctance, the leaves of the magazine are looking at me. I just think that he is looking for my story! Just before I reach the stall, a girl rickshaw dropped a few magazines and bought a magazine. The magazine vendor finds the foca tooth after seeing my rush, 'I understand, today the lottery draws. I'm not in the match. Do not bind the lottery winter. Today, I did not see the winter.' There was no change in the words of the man. I have another width He laughed. 'The magazine does not get Az and I do not get a copy.' The girl has increased the legs. 'I ran to go away. I looked at me and stood at me. My chest Inside the inside of the freedo! I wanted to know about the voice of the voice -' You're here? '' I have come here? '' I am. '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' "When we used to be a batch, I often had your bookpaper. I did not know why I used to do. One day I got a clear writing in a book. I took a few lines well. Waiting for a few lines. Waiting from a few lines For today's day." That means you are waiting for before me? '' Yes, I had faith. With the rest of the word. Before that I have read his eyes. There is a good color of love there. Relief, faith, motivation and most valuable fertilizer love! When I sat down to dress up as a bride after dealing with a lot of conflicts in my mind, the knots in my sari, it was getting dark. New sarees, jewelry, how many gifts, how many people, yes, I am the center of everything, it is wrong to say that I was not happy to see it. But in the midst of so much joy there was a fierce infighting at work. One reason is that I don't know the person with whom I am going to spend my whole life.
The tale of Sahed and Sumaiya's love story is a testament to the remarkable journey of two souls who found each other in the digital realm of Facebook, setting in motion a love story that would defy distance, time, and adversity.
A Phoenix's Story
Life's process frequently takes us through a wild ocean of difficulties, where the influxes of hopelessness can feel impossible. It's in these haziest minutes that the human soul uncovers its exceptional strength. Today, we welcome you to set out on a profoundly private excursion — a story that embodies the unyielding will to ascend from absolute bottom to brilliance.
Overcoming the Climate Crisis
Title: Overcoming the Climate Crisis: A Call to Action Introduction We find ourselves at a pivotal moment in history. Our planet is under siege, with the rapid pace of climate change destabilizing our world. The urgency of the situation cannot be overstated. It seems that our greenhouse gas emissions are stubbornly refusing to decrease at the rate required to avert uncontrollable global warming. We stand precariously close to the precipice of irreversible ecological collapse. In the face of this existential crisis, the response from politicians has often been lackluster, and the fossil fuel industry continues to resist change. Meanwhile, the younger generation, scientists, and activists have been raising their voices, calling for immediate action. Many are gripped by anxiety and despair, wondering if a future worth living for themselves and their children is still possible. It is an age marked by despair and desperation, and for some, surrender may appear to be the only reasonable option. But this narrative does not reflect the full truth. Humanity is not destined for doom.
FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT OPTICAL ILLUSIONS
OPTICAL ILLUSIONS An optical illusion is when our brain perceives something differently than it actually is. The reason for this is because our brain is constantly trying to make sense of the world around us using past experiences. This means that sometimes our brain can misinterpret what it is seeing.
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Does the iPhone 15 break easily?
Shortly after the release of the iPhone 15 series, both in retail outlets and consumers' households, an increasing number of controversies have arisen regarding these new devices. Initially, worries emerged regarding the iPhone 15's tendency to overheat. Presently, an online examination has revealed alarming evidence indicating that at least one of the four new iPhone 15 models is susceptible to breakage.
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