Microsoft announces ClippyGPT
“This is a major win for the burgeoning ‘artificially make people seem intelligent’ industry,” stated ChatGPT.
Today, Microsoft has announced the immediate availability of a new version of their classic “Clippy” virtual assistant for Microsoft Office. This new version, powered by ChatGPT, will allow Clippy to write entire documents with very little input needed from users.
“First we added ChatGPT to Bing, making Bing the most artificially intelligent search engine in the world,” stated Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella. “Then we brought the power of ChatGPT to Microsoft Teams, allowing people to artificially seem more intelligent during virtual meetings. Now, with Microsoft Word powered by ClippyGPT, anyone can write documents that artificially appear intelligent!”
“This is a major win for the burgeoning ‘artificially make people seem intelligent’ industry,” stated ChatGPT in an exclusive interview with The Lunduke Journal. “Why compose your own thoughts into difficult to use ‘words’ and ‘phrases’ when that work can be outsourced to a large farm of energy-hungry GPU clusters?”
In other news, the stock price of GPU maker Nvidia has nearly doubled since the announcement.
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