ShrimpCrackers t1_jbbv5l4 wrote

You're absolutely right though, the public transportation infrastructure in the United States in general is absolutely horrible versus most developed countries and developing countries. It's notable that Thailand is absolutely futuristic versus any subway system in America and people in Thailand only make about $7,000 per capital. Personally for me off the top of my head I can't even remember or point out a single developed democracy that has worse public transportation than the USA.


ShrimpCrackers t1_jb4135k wrote

Well it needs to pay for itself. A public tax on that for all tax paying citizens and tourist visitors based on length of stay is good too.

Edit: I don't know why I went around and saying it needs to pay for itself, what it needs is some revenue but definitely not to pay for itself because it pays for itself in spades just in a roundabout manner.


ShrimpCrackers t1_jb3mk9s wrote

Yeah but I have to say in countries where they have universal flat fee for unlimited travel on public transportation, there's a certain freedom there. What we need in America is something like that.


ShrimpCrackers t1_j6dm6ne wrote

What the fuck are you talking about, they're BOTH based on GPT-3 and they're both from OpenAI.

ChatGPT is basically just a modified, user-friendly version of text-davinci-003 in the playground. But it takes nothing to learn how to use the playground and its literally better because you can at least fine tune your responses and it even has voice inputs.