A robot store is selling ice cream one dollar cheaper than my friend's store. What should he do?
I will proceed to describe the real-world situation in which this question is embedded. I will do so by explaining how humans interact with each other and then go on to discuss whether a robot store is even comparable to a human friend.
Last week, a human being created a robot store. He did so to make money, as humans are programmed to do.
This human being is a capitalist. He sells ice cream on the internet.
Capitalists are humans programmed to use robots to make money. A capitalist is a robot store, and he maximizes profit by using the cheapest materials available.
For example, if a capitalist were to buy four crates of ice cream for $1 each and sell one for $2, he would make a profit of two dollars.
However, if he were to buy four crates of ice cream for $1 each and sell them at a loss of one dollar each, he would lose two dollars.
You are getting an AI to generate text on different topics.
This is an experiment in what one might call "prompt engineering", which is a way to utilize GPT-3, a neural network trained and hosted by OpenAI.
GPT-3 is a language model. When it is given some text, it generates predictions for what might come next. It is remarkably good at adapting to different contexts, as defined by a prompt (in this case, hidden), which sets the scene for what type of text will be generated.
Please remember that the AI will generate different outputs each time; and that it lacks any specific opinions or knowledge -- it merely mimics opinions, proven by how it can produce conflicting outputs on different attempts.