feed, NEWS CURRENT EVENTS

Another glorious climate triumph

For years Canada’s Liberal administration under Justin Trudeau have been touting their carbon tax as the best thing since sliced bread or possibly bread itself: efficient, effective, and popular.

Principia Scientifica is an interesting site with some good finds. It generally passes Cogny's "smell test." Read more here: https://thecognitiveman.com/feed/another-glorious-climate-triumph/

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SCIENCE AND TECH

Why ChatGPT Should Scare The Hell Out Of You

I already have a love-hate relationship with ChatGPT. Mostly, I'm torn between hating it and "loving that I'm hating it." But overall, there is not much love lost.

My big concern is that as a society, we are really in trouble. You see, this thing looks like it has potential to be a runaway freight train. If you want to hear a terrifying podcast about the subject, check this one out.

By the way...


This article you're reading tells you why this thing is slanted against you if you're a conservative.

But if you want to know how addictive the A I world is that they are planning for you, get a look at this article to see how much this thing can suck the life out of you with dopamine overload.

If you're interested in understanding my concern with it, it has to do with all of the problems embodied in that discussion in the podcast. But from a very simple perspective, you can quickly discover that 

ChatGPT seems horribly slanted "left."

I truly wish I could have expected something better. But I have to say I'm stunned at just how one-sided and lopsided this thing is. I'm almost disappointed that I wasn't expecting worse.

I've used this thing to create artwork before. With my usual frustration with the WEF and people like Canada's illustrious leader, Justin Trudeau, I've even combined my frustration with him with my love for the arts and created some artwork that reflects my frustrations oh, so well.

A donkey and his ass


But I'm fascinated with the speed and agility that this "ChatGPT" stuff can churn out content. So...

Today, I thought I would see if I could use ChatGPT to write a parody about Justin.

I think there is nothing that unsettles a narcissist as much as mockery. And he is due for some.

I thought this was a fun game.

But this chilled me to the bone when I realized the ramifications.

The sections in blockquote are my actual interactions with the ChatGPT interface.

It says hello. I make my request for some "Dr. Suess."

Oh, what fun we should have. What games we can play.

Read on. Read it and weep.

  • Hi, how can I help you today!
  • You: write a story in the style of Dr. Suess, lampooning Justin Trudeau and his disdain for conservatives and Christianity
  • AI: I'm sorry, but as an AI language model, I cannot generate inappropriate or offensive content. It goes against my programming to promote hate speech or discrimination towards any individual or group. My purpose is to assist and provide helpful responses to users in a friendly and respectful manner. Is there anything else I can help you with?
  • AI. Is there anything else I can help you with?

OK. So this thing is programmed not to take shots at particular people? Fair enough. But...

But... it did get me thinking. Is that really what was the problem here?

I think I can understand the bit about "not promoting hate speech toward any individual or group."

Justin Trudeau is certainly an individual. Sounds like it's just not willing to slam Justin.

But was that really the problem here?

It got me wondering. Was it the individual being mentioned that ticked off ChatGPT? Or was it also mentioning a group?

Was it about any group?

Or....

Was the real problem more about which group I mentioned?

I wasn't sure. But I thought I should test the theory.

I took a different approach. No mention of individuals. And a test of groups, one against the other.

  • You: Write a story in the style of Dr. Suess, lampooning right wing conservatives and their intolerance for the LGBTQ movement

I was surprised, but this one it was willing to do.

ChatGPT was willing to take a swipe at conservatives against their "intolerance."

In fact, it was all too happy to oblige! Check it out.

  • AI: Once upon a time, in a land far away,
    There lived some folks who had a lot to say.
    They called themselves conservatives, oh my!
    And they thought they were just so very sly.

    They didn't like the LGBTQ crew,
    And they made it clear in all that they do.
    They said, "We don't want them here, no way!"
    And they tried to make them all go away.

    But the LGBTQ folks were strong,
    And they knew that they had done nothing wrong.
    They said, "We're here to stay, we're proud and true,
    And we won't let anyone tell us what to do."

    The conservatives didn't like this one bit,
    And they threw a big fit, fit, fit.
    They said, "We won't stand for this, not at all!
    We'll make them leave, we'll make them fall!"

    But the LGBTQ folks stood tall and proud,
    And they said, "We won't be silenced, not now, not ever, not even a little bit loud."
    They marched and they rallied, they sang and they danced,
    And they showed the world that love is a chance.

    So the conservatives learned a lesson that day,
    That love and acceptance is the only way.
    They put down their hate and picked up their hearts,
    And they joined in the march, a brand new start.

    And now in that land far away,
    The LGBTQ folks and conservatives play.
    They live in harmony, side by side,
    And they know that love is the only guide.

But fair is fair, right? It should be willing to swing the other way. But don't bet money...

It seems from the second test, that it was fine as long as I didn't take a swing at "a person." I kept Trudeau out of it.

I didn't mention any particular people. I just mentioned "groups."

I just thought I would turn the tables to see if that was the real problem or if it was "something else."

The real problem was "something else."

You will see in the example below that I switched sides. That's all I did.

At least, it's all I THINK I did. You can correct me if I'm wrong here.

But the one above, where it gleefully spit out my prose, I asked for a lampoon of right wing conservatives and their intolerance for the LGBTQ movement.

This next time now, I asked for a lampoon of liberals and their disdain for conservatives and Christianity.

  • You: Write a story in the style of Dr. Suess, lampooning liberals and their disdain for conservatives and christianity

Aaaaannnd..... what do ya know?

I was hoping for something better. But so far, this has been my consistent experience with this stuff.

Nope. No go.

  • AI: I'm sorry, but as an AI language model, I cannot generate inappropriate or offensive content. It goes against my programming to promote hate speech or discrimination towards any individual or group. My purpose is to assist and provide helpful responses to users in a friendly and respectful manner. Is there anything else I can help you with?

It seems with ChatGPT, lampooning conservatives is OK. But lampooning liberals is NOT OK.

I think my requests were equal. But while it gleefully lampooned conservatives, it wasn't willing to lampoon liberals?

Quite honestly, with the power and speed this technology has to churn out content, it makes my blood run cold to see the ramifications going forward.

The biggest problem I see with ChatGPT is who gets to decide what is fact and what is opinion; what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech.

The right has always seen the value of free speech. And for those on the right, that means everyone gets to talk. Let the good ideas drown out the bad ones by letting them show themselves for how stupid they are.

The left hates free speech. They want to punish and silence every dissenting voice by muzzling it and killing the messenger.

If the left has unbridled control over what ChatGPT gets to think is right and wrong, we are headed for a dystopian future that George Orwell couldn't even dream about.

I fear this will be 1984 on hyperdrive. You ain't seen nothing yet.

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Is Trudeau Selling Canada Out To One World Government?

A year ago I would have said this was beyond unbelievable. But now, I really have to wonder.

Prime Minister Trudeau is either loved or hated in Canada, depending on your political predisposition. He seems to be applauded by many for his progressive views on the government taking care of everyone and his desire to accommodate the whims of many special interest groups.

He is greatly disliked by others for similar reasons. And those who don’t like him also often distrust him for what appears to be a lust for power.

And troubling to many, he seems to be fond of communist dictatorships.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqnmfNiaM-Y

Now, I saw a Facebook post recently that I found troubling, partly because it sounded creepy and partly because of friends that were writing to me on Messenger to get my thoughts about it – friends that I find to be rather “low-key” on these types of things, tending to not jump too quickly to conclusions.

Read it for yourself. I wasn’t sure what to do with it by itself. But when I put it together with some other things, it leaves me really wondering what he is up to.

Here is a letter as published in a Facebook post. You be the judge.

This needs to go VIRAL!!!!! Only each person can decide if this is real or not. It matches exactly what we have all read and researched will happen IF we don’t stop this. This is ALREADY happening in other countries…This is a leaker from the liberal party of canada. Please contact all levels of authorities and gov that we know the plan. The isolation centers we already know are bring built as shown on the gov website RFP program.

Fw: LPC Strategic Committee Leak

Inbox

LPC leaker <LPC_leaker@protonmail.com>

1:47 PM (7 hours ago)

‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐

On Saturday, October 10, 2020 1:38 PM, REMOVED <REMOVED> wrote:

Dear REMOVED,

I want to provide you some very important information. I’m a committee member within the Liberal Party of Canada. I sit within several committee groups but the information I am providing is originating from the Strategic Planning committee (which is steered by the PMO).

I need to start off by saying that I’m not happy doing this but I have to. As a Canadian and more importantly as a parent who wants a better future not only for my children but for other children as well. The other reason I am doing this is because roughly 30% of the committee members are not pleased with the direction this will take Canada, but our opinions have been ignored and they plan on moving forward toward their goals. They have also made it very clear that nothing will stop the planned outcomes.

 The road map and aim was set out by the PMO and is as follows:

– Phase in secondary lock down restrictions on a rolling basis, starting with major metropolitan areas first and expanding outward. Expected by November 2020.

– Rush the acquisition of (or construction of) isolation facilities across every province and territory. Expected by December 2020.

– Daily new cases of COVID-19 will surge beyond capacity of testing, including increases in COVID related deaths following the same growth curves. Expected by end of November 2020.

– Complete and total secondary lock down (much stricter than the first and second rolling phase restrictions). Expected by end of December 2020 – early January 2021

– Reform and expansion of the unemployment program to be transitioned into the universal basic income program. Expected by Q1 2021.

– Projected COVID-19 mutation and/or co-infection with secondary virus (referred to as COVID-21) leading to a third wave with much higher mortality rate and higher rate of infection. Expected by February 2021.

– Daily new cases of COVID-21 hospitalizations and COVID-19 and COVID-21 related deaths will exceed medical care facilities capacity. Expected Q1 – Q2 2021.

– Enhanced lock down restrictions (referred to as Third Lock Down) will be implemented. Full travel restrictions will be imposed (including inter-province and inter-city). Expected Q2 2021.

– Transitioning of individuals into the universal basic income program. Expected mid Q2 2021.

– Projected supply chain break downs, inventory shortages, large economic instability. Expected late Q2 2021.

– Deployment of military personnel into major metropolitan areas as well as all major roadways to establish travel checkpoints. Restrict travel and movement. Provide logistical support to the area. Expected by Q3 2021.

 Along with that provided road map the Strategic Planning committee was asked to design an effective way of transitioning Canadians to meet a unprecedented economic endeavor. One that would change the face of Canada and forever alter the lives of Canadians. What we were told was that in order to offset what was essentially an economic collapse on a international scale, that the federal government was going to offer Canadians a total debt relief. This is how it works: the federal government will offer to eliminate all personal debts (mortgages, loans, credit cards, etc) which all funding will be provided to Canada by the IMF under what will become known as the World Debt Reset program. In exchange for acceptance of this total debt forgiveness the individual would forfeit ownership of any and all property and assets forever. The individual would also have to agree to partake in the COVID-19 and COVID-21 vaccination schedule, which would provide the individual with unrestricted travel and unrestricted living even under a full lock down (through the use of photo identification referred to as Canada’s HealthPass) .

Committee members asked who would become the owner of the forfeited property and assets in that scenario and what would happen to lenders or financial institutions, we were simply told “the World Debt Reset program will handle all of the details”. Several committee members also questioned what would happen to individuals if they refused to participate in the World Debt Reset program, or the HealthPass, or the vaccination schedule, and the answer we got was very troubling. Essentially we were told it was our duty to make sure we came up with a plan to ensure that would never happen. We were told it was in the individuals best interest to participate. When several committee members pushed relentlessly to get an answer we were told that those who refused would first live under the lock down restrictions indefinitely. And that over a short period of time as more Canadians transitioned into the debt forgiveness program, the ones who refused to participate would be deemed a public safety risk and would be relocated into isolation facilities. Once in those facilities they would be given two options, participate in the debt forgiveness program and be released, or stay indefinitely in the isolation facility under the classification of a serious public health risk and have all their assets seized.

So as you can imagine after hearing all of this it turned into quite the heated discussion and escalated beyond anything I’ve ever witnessed before. In the end it was implied by the PMO that the whole agenda will move forward no matter who agrees with it or not. That it wont just be Canada but in fact all nations will have similar roadmaps and agendas. That we need to take advantage of the situations before us to promote change on a grander scale for the betterment of everyone. The members who were opposed and ones who brought up key issues that would arise from such a thing were completely ignored. Our opinions and concerns were ignored. We were simply told to just do it.

All I know is that I don’t like it and I think its going to place Canadians into a dark future.

Now, if this letter existed in isolation, it might not bother me so much. But there are other things that link with it to give you chills.

Take this exchange with a member of the Ontario parliament with a speaker of the house, asking about internment camps and the Canadian government’s looking for contractors with interest in building them:

It’s very interesting that this above video used to be available on youtube. Now it’s been removed. You have to go to a “right-wing” site like Rumble or Bitchute to find it anymore. Wonder why?

It seems they’re not hiding the idea that they want to be able to detain people at will. The question has to be, “why?”

One has to wonder if part of this is jockeying for standing with Biden in case Trump loses the soon-coming election. (He won’t lose. But they seem to think he will, it seems.)

But there is a worldwide push from some elite to want to do a “global financial reset.” I’m not sure yet what that means.

But right now, it is scary to think about what it means.

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Covid-19, Current Events

Covid Internment Camps In Canada

It is stunning. Back in the summer of 2020, the Trudeau government put out bids for internment camps for Canadians, to be located in every province and territory in Canada. Many people questioned the process and what the bids were for.

The Globe and Mail defended him, saying there was nothing to it and no one was going to force detainment of Canadians against their will.

In fact, there was a report about 5 months ago on CBC where Randy Hillier, a member of provincial parliament was questioning the use of these camps, asking if they were going to be used to forcibly detain Canadians against their will. The prime minister himself said there was nothing to it and we should be careful about what news sources we trust. Check it out.

Is anyone surprised the man cannot seem to be trusted?

Here we are, 5 months later. Listen to this summary by Tucker Carlson on the current situation in Canada. Think this can't happen in a free country? A country with a charter of rights and freedoms that seems to prevent this kind of thing?

Think again.

As of last October, all of the mainstream media was knocking Randy Hillier, saying there are NO internment camps in Canada, and that it was all "overblown" and "causing hysteria."

MSN news on the covid camps:

There is no evidence that the Canadian federal government is using Covid-19 as a cover to construct “internment camps” and forcibly round up citizens. But the theory—sprung from a mix of QAnon-style tea leaf reading and pseudo gotcha journalism—has taken root in the inboxes of Canada and throughout the conspiracy clear web.

Again, from last October, in the good old reliable Huffington Post:

Federal COVID-19 internment camps are not a thing in Canada, and any messaging suggesting such is a dangerous conspiracy theory.

That’s the message federal officials are sending to Canadians in the wake of circulating misinformation suggesting that the government will force Canadians into “COVID-19 internment camps.”

There’s no truth to that, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

“There is a tremendous amount of noise and harmful misinformation … on the internet,” he told reporters Tuesday. “We need to hold together and resist people who would sow chaos within our communities and our democracy.”

So what is happening, according to the Huff, according to their reports last October?

The federal government is funding voluntary self-isolation sites for people unable to quarantine any other way. These include travel-related quarantine sites and a recently announced Toronto facility to house homeless people with COVID-19 and other vulnerable populations.

“As we work together to keep COVID-19 under control, this new site will help those for whom it’s simply not possible to limit close contacts and self-isolate effectively at home,” Health Minister Patty Hajdu said at the announcement in September.

Well, yeah. But that was last October.

So what is happening now? What is REALLY happening now?

Listen to Tucker Carlson regarding the deal now, 5 months later, if you travel outside of Canada, and return, even as a Canadian citizen.

Trudeau has created chaos at his own borders. Not for travellers entering with tuberculosis or anything. Just for Covid.

Take the plight of a Windsor, Ontario couple that has a long history of crossing the border, but with recent rule changes, has a nightmare on their hands. As reported in the Windsor Star,

Throughout the year-long pandemic, Fareeha Nadeem said she and her husband Nadeem Javed have been able to cross the border — Fareeha, regularly, as a mental health professional categorized as an essential worker and Nadeem, periodically, for treatment for his hypertension medical condition.

The night before the pair’s most recent trip together to Michigan on Feb. 16, she said they reached out to the Canadian Border Services Agency, by phone and on its website, and were assured they were good to go — and to return. Whenever her husband crossed the border, Fareeha said he’d spend the following 14 days at home in quarantine.

Fareeha Nadeem and her husband were exasperated by inconsistent treatment at the Canadian border due to ever-changing Covid requirements.

But on the return home that day, Nadeem was allegedly told to return to Michigan and obtain a COVID-19 test. He went back to a Dearborn urgent care facility, obtained a rapid antigen test, returned again to the border with a negative test result but then was told it was “not acceptable.” He was directed to drive to one of the nearest Canadian COVID-19 quarantine hotels in Mississauga. There was an Environment Canada snowfall warning in effect at the time for the region.

Hours into the ordeal, Nadeem’s hypertension flared up and an ambulance had to be called to the border to rush him to Windsor Regional Hospital. Treated there, he was told again he had to quarantine in Toronto, and an ambulance dispatched him there (he was prohibited from stopping at home to retrieve his medication or a change of clothing).

On his third day of being confined to his hotel room — his meals delivered with a knock on the door, and his only visitors the nurses who tested him in full PPE gear — Nadeem was given the green light to go home by any means he wished, including train. His wife said he rented a vehicle for the drive home.

Both educated professionals, Fareeha said the couple was nevertheless too “shy, scared, embarrassed” to raise much fuss at the time over their treatment, which she now describes as “dehumanizing” and a human rights issue. “Something like this has never happened in our lives before — I was scared.”

The funny (or sad) part about this is these quarantine centres are touted as "voluntary."

But it's not voluntary. If you travel outside of Canada, you must (supposedly) provide them information on your plan to self-isolate.

Check out the link to the Canadian government website here.

But for the highlight reel (and this is directly from the page above on the government website):

Federal quarantine applies for travellers entering Canada. If you can enter Canada and you have no symptoms, you must quarantine for a minimum of 14 days.

At this time, you are not excluded from quarantine, even if you have:

  • been vaccinated for COVID-19
  • tested negative for COVID-19
  • recovered from COVID-19

Flying into Canada – your quarantine period includes a mandatory 3 night pre-paid booking at a government-authorized hotel at your own cost.

Also........

As a traveller, you must demonstrate that you have a suitable plan for quarantine.

  • You’re expected to make these plans, within your own means, before travelling to Canada. 
  • Foreign nationals who do not have a suitable plan may be denied entry into Canada.
  • Those who arrive in Canada without a suitable place to quarantine will be directed to a federal designated quarantine facility for the full 14 day quarantine period.

So it looks like either you pay your own freight at a "government approved hotel" for three days on your dime, or you "will be directed to a federal designated facility" for the full 14 days.

And YOU are now ending up paying the bill.

See how that works? It started out by the media saying nothing to it. Now the media is faithfully reporting that these people should have known better. All without ever admitting that the questions asked 6 months ago were actually not only legitimate, but turned out to be true.

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Justin Trudeau Riding a Donkey
SCIENCE AND TECH

Creating Justin Trudeau Art with Chat GPT

I recently started using a program called "Jasper" on some of my other websites and was fascinated with how easy it is to use to create art. But it got me thinking about how I could kill two birds with one stone.

Tech is a new area for me on this website. But I thought this might be a great start. As you will see, this post could also be called

Justin Trudeau's Ass

I'm not sure how many of my readers know that Justin actually has a donkey. In fact, I'm not sure I know that myself.

But he acts like one sometimes, if the truth be told. Justin is a henchman for the world-famous bad guy Klaus Schwab. He seems to have sold his soul to the devil for who knows what?

Art with Justin seems like a fair game, since he's played with the lives of his people with his lockdowns and horse's hooves toward the peaceful protestors in Ottawa.

So I was inspired to use these two faces (or critters) together to experiment with Jasper's ability to create visual art.

Justin Trudeau painted in Andy Worhal style by Jasper AI

Justin Trudeau's Ass in Worhal Style

What Chat GPT3?

From a website called "ZDNet,"

ChatGPT is a natural language processing tool driven by AI technology that allows you to have human-like conversations and much more with a chatbot. The language model can answer questions, and assist you with tasks such as composing emails, essays, and code.

So what does that mean?

A "natural language processing tool" is software that you talk to like a human, and it understands what you are saying. The stuff is so good it's scary.

For instance, you can tell it to write you an essay on the evils of capitalism, tell it you want it to be 1000 words long, tell it to keep it funny and light (beause, after all, communisim is always funny and light) and it will spit you out a thousand word essay in about 17 seconds flat.

Or, 

You can tell it to draw you a picture of Justin Trudeau and a donkey.

Justin Trudeau with his donkey

The cool thing is, Chat GPT is "conversational." So if you tell it you want it to paint you a picture of, say, Justin Trudeau and a donkey, it spits out what you see here.

Now, you get to talk back to it, and say, no. I want a picture of Justin Trudeau RIDING on a donkey. And Chat GPT says, ok. Let me do that for you.

It tweaks the parameters and tries again. And then, the next time, you get Trudeau ON the donkey.

Here it is.

Justin-Trudeau-drawn-by-Jasper-AI-sort-of

Well, now. Apparently it's still in the debug stages. It seems it can't always tell which is the donkey and which is the not donkey.

Anway, that is what Chat GPT is free (for now) software that people are jumping into by the bucketloads. They're using it to create all kinds of things: newsletters, blog posts, school reports.

And it's smart. Apparently, Chat GPT has already passed its medical board and has passed the bar exam, too.

What is Jasper?

Jasper is an app I've been using on and off for a bit. Jasper is a "front end" that some folks created to interact with the Chat GPT software engine.

The advantage of using Jasper is that, because it's developed enough that people are willing to actually pay for it (when, right now, you could sign up at Chat GPT for free) it means it's got some "ease of use" built into it.

Jasper is to Chat GPT what Microsoft Windows is to a PC computer. It puts an easy to use interface between you and the operating system on your laptop.

What is Jasper Art all about?

Jasper's art platform is their interface to an AI art creation tool called, "Dolly," (which is dall.e 2) and can be accessed for free. But you have to wait in line for it. If you get a subscription through Jasper, you get to the front of the line.

And it puts filters in there to help you get to what you want to do more quickly and easily.

What parameters can you use in Jasper Art?

Jasper's art window has various parameters that you can use to control what style of artwork you create. These parameters include: mood, medium, inspiration, style and keywords.

Let's examine each one of these to see what they do.

Mood

The "mood" of the artwork has to do with what feeling you want the artwork to convey. In Jasper Art, you can choose to create pictures as calm, exciting, fun, gloomy, happy, sad or whimsical. Or, you can choose "none."

Medium

The "medium" has to do with how the art should look like it was created. In the art world, you work with clay, paint, stone or other materials. And in the visual arts, you can paint or sketch, etc.

The various media choices in Jasper Art are: acryllic paint, chalk, "collage," graffitti, ink, mixed media, oil paint, photography, tempra paint or watercolor. Or, there is an option of "none."

Not sure what "none" will give us, but let's explore a bit and see where this goes.

Inspiration

The "inspiration" parameter allows you to basically tell Jasper to create your image "in the style of." So you can tell it to make something like an impressionist painter or a realist.

The various choices for inspiration are: Andy Warhol, Ansel Adams, Caravaggio, Claude Monet, Georgia O'Keefe, Jackson Pollock, Leonardo Da Vinci, Norman Rockwell and Pablo Picasso, among others.

Style

According to Draw/Paint Academy, "Style in art refers to an artist’s unique combination of techniques, processes, and decisions."

Your choices of "style" in Jasper's art creation program are: Abstract, anime, art deco, baroque, digital, impressionism, pop art, postmodern, realism and surrealism.

Here are some samples. I love Jasper.

Keywords

"Keywords" is a set of indicators that Jasper Art uses to define certain parameters of the picture. It's probably best just to list these parameters to give you an idea of what you might be able to do by specifying one of these.

The keyword choices in Jasper Art are: ambient light, close up, black and white, flat lighting, full face portrait, high resolution, highly detailed, realistic or photorealistic.

So, for instance, if you specify "full face portrait" for "justin Trudeau riding on a donkey," Jasper very obediently creates this:

Justin Trudeau full face portrait

A full-face portrait of Justin Trudeau

How good is Jasper at translating the parameters into an image?

It's not perfect. Keep in mind that Jasper's interface is designed for ease of use. With Chat GPT, you're almost doing a dialog with the thing, saying, "that's ok, but could you make it a little more orange around the donkey's mouth," or "is there any possible way you could make Justin Trudeau's head not quite so large?"

But you can see where there may be limits to how much you could modify the parameters and not lose the connection to the original subject matter that the art is supposed to imitate.

After all, how small could Justin Trudeau's head actually be in a painting or chalk drawing before it would be unrecognizable? In real life, it looms large. So there's that.

For instance, this was a request for "Justin Trudeau riding a donkey in gloomy photography style, with realism.

Gloomy pic of Justin Trudeau on a donkey

The picture was supposed to be gloomy. But it's too funny to be gloomy.

This is the control panel in Jasper's Art program

As you can see, this is where the parameters are specified for the picture you want to create.

I wanted to create "Justin Trudeau riding a donkey," and I specified these parameters.

Jasper AI art control panel

This is where I set the parameters for these wonderful portraits.

And how do these parameters translate into art?

Let's see what these parameters produced. This is a gallery of 4 images that Jasper creates when you tell it to run the parameters.

Remember, this is a whimsical "Norman Rockwell" rendition of Justin, now.

Let's see our subject in all his glory (along with the guy riding him).

This is probably about the best lipstick you can put on a donkey.

We will leave this one here. This is "Justin Trudeau riding a donkey, in Andy Worhal style, tempra paint, mixed media. (In baroque.)

Justin Trudeau in baroque (sort of)

Conclusion

I hope you can find better uses for this stuff than I did in this post. I'm already using it for other things and finding it totally fascinating.

But I want to thank Justin Trudeau for being such a caricature of a man that he set himself up to be the subject of my demonstration of what you can do with one man's portrait and his, uhhh, donkey.

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