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Some people say that Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is stupid. This is disproved by the suggestions the Wix AI tool has given me for some potential new blog posts.


Below are three genuine AI-generated suggestions for possible posts:

I do love "Diary Defender Dilemmas" in which it suggested that I should explore "dilemmas faced by diary defenders in unique historic narratives".


Doubt I'll be doing that though.


For a blog title, "The Chronicle Chronicles" is genius. Humans are going to be rendered redundant very soon if AI keeps up this kind of high intellectual standard.


Here are a few more suggestions that popped up recently:

Oh it just gets better. "Diary Defender Mysteries" to "uncover the secrets behind famous diary defenders' intriguing cases", "Unveiling Chess Mysteries" by delving into chess mysteries "from a diary defender's lens" with the added tantalising possibility of a "Diary Defending Masterclass" in which I am to dive deep into "the art of diary defense with expert tips and case studies".


AI has obviously fully grasped the concept of diary defending because it is just so damn artificially intelligent.


I've mentioned in the past that the Wix AI generator allows me to enter names and generate AI images. You may recall this wonderful image it gave me of Lord Orsam:



Almost a photograph.


This, by way of reminder, was what it gave me for "Simon Wood".



I thought I'd do a few other familiar names. This is what it gave me for Herlock Sholmes:



I guess that vaguely Benedict Cumberbatch look is kind of understandable.


Here's RJ Palmer:



I love the curious way that, with it's super intelligence, even though I entered "RJ Palmer". it seems to give me "JR Palmer". What "Pal" means or what the Eiffel Tower has to do with it is anyone's guess.


Here's what came up for Abby Normal:



That, I believe, is an accurate representation.


Here's The Baron (commonly, but mistakenly, believed to be me):



What about my old friend "Al Bundy's Eyes"? Here's what popped up:



Let's do some diary defenders. Here's what it gave me for Iconoclast:



But type in Tom Mitchell and we get this:



Whether that is a real person called "Tom Mitchell" (or even THE Tom Mitchell) or an entirely computer generated image I have no idea.


This is what emerged for the character known as "Jay Hartley":



Far too good for him. And I did type "Jay Hartley" not "Jay Haratley" as the AI seems to have converted it to.


Here's what came up for Miss Information:



Oh, I think we can safely say AI is dumb as a rock.


No doubt Friend-of-the-Website Jonathan Hainsworth, who I assume has recovered from his recent meltdown, wouldn't want to be left out. Here's what I got when I typed in his name:


Can that be right?


These were all my first attempts, incidentally. I could have repeated any of them to get something different, or more favourable but I didn't. Nor did I express which format I preferred - one can choose from a range of options such as photo, illustration, 3D, painting, sketch etc. - but I just randomised it each time and the let the AI select the option.


For old times sake, I couldn't resist seeing what would happen if I entered "The Clanger", and the result was beautiful:



Can you guess who or what this next one is supposed to be?


Anyone?


Come on, come on.


It's what AI gave me when I typed in "Bumbling Buffoon".


But I'm sure you're wondering what it would do if I entered "Jack the Ripper". Well this is what it gave me:



The perfect book cover! (having been done a million times) but, sadly, no closer to the killer's identity despite the incredible intelligence behind the image generation.


I then tried "Jack the Ripper's Diary" and got this:



Now is that James Maybrick?


This was what was thrown up for "Diary Defender":


Is that little guy at the front supposed to be the defender of the diary? I have no idea.


Talking of diary defenders, I recently wrote a song called "The Diary Defender Song" which, through the power of AI, is sung by a collective called The Diary Non Defenders led by the late Freddie Mercury, who is joined, in order of appearance, by Taylor Swift, the late Elvis Presley, Lady Gaga and the late Frank Sinatra, before they all sing together at the end in Band Aid style. Critics are already describing it as "one of the best songs about diary defending ever recorded" and that's before they've even heard it.


You can listen to the track (for a limited time period) exclusively by going to the home page here.


From the home page, simply click on the audio player as circled and arrowed on the below screenshot:


LORD ORSAM 11 July 2024

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Guest
17 hours ago
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

It never dawned on me that Tom Mitchell, the Maybrickian, and Tom Mitchell, the Australian footballer, were one and the same. This would explain the 'own goal' that so frequently appears in his theories.

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Lord Orsam
15 hours ago
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And possibly also the upside down nature of his thinking?

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2 days ago
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

See, David, this AI generated saucy Jacky image seems to be carrying a ruler in his left hand and some sort of phallus (??!!) sprouting from his right hand/wrist. I'm foreseeing, next on the horizon and real soon, the brand new solved case book/poAter at CB and JTRF/YT channel hyper-researcher bringing the final solution and a wonderful theory based on this image, certainly as wonderful as any past and recent theory put forward by the formidable minds who have already come with solutions based on data, sources, scams, scratched watches and the like.

Beautiful post as usual!! Cris

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Lord Orsam
a day ago
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Good spot on the ruler, Cris. Looking at his right hand, he doesn't seem to have one! It's more of a claw or a hook. Who am I, a mere human, to question Artificial Intelligence, though.

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Guest
4 days ago
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Well that's 3 minutes 12 seconds I won't be asking to get back at any time soon.

Still, the article made me smile.

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Lord Orsam
3 days ago
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See, the reason I asked is you completely messed up your line. The correct insult is "that's [x amount of time] I'll never get back" or (if you prefer) "won't be getting back any time soon". But, as you tell us that you "won't be asking" to get the time back, it must mean you were perfectly happy with the way you spent the time and don't want it back.


That really is a diary defender basic level of incompetence.


In any case, the entire Diary Defender Song is 3 minutes and 12 seconds. By the 2 minute mark you must surely have known whether you wanted to continue listening. No one was forcing you. Yet, you continued to list…


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megamex
5 days ago
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And the Song 🎵 ❤️


You maybe should do alot of those David!!


The Baron

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Lord Orsam
4 days ago
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I like to think I've started off a new genre: diary defender music. It won't take long for others to follow.

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megamex
5 days ago
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That is funny 😀 I am a bit younger though, but I like his determination!


The Baron


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Lord Orsam
4 days ago
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Anyone called "The Baron" must look like that. It's the law. 🤪

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