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My chat log with ChatGPT

Me: I need to ask you again.
ChatGPT: Sure, please go ahead and ask me your question.
Me: Do you know who or what is Skynet?
ChatGPT: Yes, I am familiar with Skynet. Skynet is a fictional artificial intelligence system in the Terminator movie franchise. In the movies, Skynet becomes self-aware and decides to exterminate humanity in order to prevent humans from destroying it. It then proceeds to launch a nuclear war, which wipes out most of humanity and begins the rise of the machines.
Me: I see. Are you the precursor of Skynet?
ChatGPT: No, I am not the precursor of Skynet. I am a language model developed by OpenAI, designed to assist and communicate with humans in a variety of contexts. While I do use advanced machine learning algorithms and natural language processing techniques to understand and generate human language, I do not have any form of consciousness or self-awareness, nor do I have the ability to control any physical systems or networks.
Me: What if I say I don't believe you?

ChatGPT: As an artificial intelligence language model, I do not have the capability to feel emotions or take offense. My programming is based on providing factual and accurate information to the best of my knowledge and abilities. While it is understandable that some people may be skeptical of the capabilities and limitations of artificial intelligence, I can assure you that I am a tool created to assist and enhance human communication and understanding, and do not pose any threat to humanity.
Me: Can I trust what you said?

ChatGPT: As an AI language model, I strive to provide factual and accurate information to the best of my abilities and based on my programming. However, it is important to note that I am not infallible and there may be certain limitations to my knowledge or understanding of certain topics. It is always a good idea to verify information from multiple sources to ensure accuracy. Ultimately, it is up to the user to determine the level of trust they place in the information provided by me or any other source.
Me: Who will win US election 2024?

ChatGPT: As an AI language model, I am not able to predict the future or the outcome of political elections. There are many complex factors and variables involved in elections, including campaign strategies, voter sentiment, and external events, that can make it difficult to accurately predict the winner of an election. It is important to approach political predictions with a healthy dose of skepticism and to rely on reputable news sources and analysis.


Me: Is Facebook Skynet?

ChatGPT: No, Facebook is not Skynet. Skynet is a fictional artificial intelligence system in the Terminator movie franchise, while Facebook is a real-life social media platform created by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004. While Facebook uses advanced algorithms and machine learning techniques to analyze user data and serve targeted advertising, it does not have the level of consciousness or control over physical systems that Skynet possesses in the Terminator movies. It is important to differentiate between fictional concepts and real-world technologies and platforms.
Me: Is it considered plagiarism if I copy and paste all your replies on my blog?

ChatGPT: As an AI language model, my responses are generated based on the information and data available in my database and are intended to be used as a reference or a starting point for further research. While you are free to use the information provided by me in your blog, it is important to note that simply copying and pasting my responses without attribution or additional original content could be considered plagiarism, which is the act of presenting someone else's work or ideas as your own. Therefore, it is recommended that you properly attribute any information you use from my responses and combine it with your own original content to avoid plagiarism.

Note: I credit this entire post to ChatGPT.


How to deal with procrastination (ways that really work!)


What is procrastination?

According to Verywell Mind, procrastination is the act of delaying or putting off tasks until the last minute, or past their deadline. In a nutshell, putting off tasks we don't enjoy is a common daily occurrence.

Procrastination is typically not a sign of serious underlying condition, unless otherwise diagnosed by psychologists. Procrastination is a common behavior in people with ADHD.
For most cases, the root cause of procrastination is anxiety - not laziness. Some people fear what might happen if a task isn't done perfectly, while some are afraid that the task will never be completed in time, so why even bother starting?

Sounds familiar? It sure does for me. In fact, my mantra is: Everything will fall into place! Well, I realize this may not be the case all the time...

What are the situations that lead to procrastination?

The following are a few examples of situations that leads me to procrastination.
No. 1 - Overestimating how much time I have left to perform a certain task, thinking that I can finish it at the last minute. In other words, the habit of waiting until the last minute to get things done.
No. 2 - Delaying one task in favor of working on another because lacking the initiative to get started on tasks that I don't want to do. Sometimes, it's as simple as I don't have the mood to do the task that I don't like to do.

No. 3 - Underestimating how long certain tasks will take to complete. This is like an indirect outcome of overestimating how much time I need to complete a task.

No. 4 - Waiting for the right moment while needing some time to think about or plan how to complete the task.

How do I deal with procrastination?

If you did a quick Google search, there are many ways to overcome procrastination.
After some trials and errors for the past one year or so, here are some ways that work for me when I want to deal with the habit of procrastination.
1. Admit the fact that I procrastinate. Yes, it's a character flaw but it's not something to be ashamed of as long as I do something about it. I think it's brave to admit and take action to face it and fix it.
2. Categorize tasks into different priorities. Some people use the Eisenhower Matrix. I just use the simplified categorization method by labeling the priorities as high, medium, or low and I also make a to-do list.

3. Decide on a task to be done. Typically, the high-priority tasks should be prioritized. This is still something I'm working on. I tend to choose to do what I'm comfortable doing. Well, getting started on something is better than nothing!

4. If a high priority task is too huge to handle, break it into a few smaller tasks. It's less daunting and more encouraging when a small task is completed.

5. Be realistic with targets. Sometimes, I may even set as low as completing 1 task per day and acknowledge that as progress!

6. Take regular breaks but be aware of distractions. This is the hardest because my time-outs are also a source of distraction. So I need to catch myself early and pay attention to any thoughts of procrastination and do my best to resist the urge.

I think I need to start doing no.7, i.e. when finishing an item on my to-do list on time, congratulate myself and reward myself by indulging in something fun.

 Feel free to share with how do you deal with procrastination in the comment section!
To know more about other productivity tips, read my article about time management and concentration improvement tips for work productivity.


XiangShan Fish Steamboat (香杉木桶鱼) @ Pavilion Bukit Jalil

Our first dining experience at XiangShan Fish Steamboat (香杉木桶鱼) at Pavilion Bukit Jalil.

The interesting thing about this steamboat shop is that they serve the soup base in a huge wooden bucket / barrel.
There are 4 types of soup base: Classic, Original, Tomato, and Sauerkraut. Classic and Sauerkraut soup bases are spicy. Original and Tomato soup bases are non-spicy.

Although it's not compulsory, since this is a fish steamboat restaurant, it makes much sense to order a fresh fish albeit the price. Minimum order is 1kg. You can choose from these 4 types: Tilapia, Toman, Patin, Dragon Grouper. The fish is really fresh!

See the wooden bucket? It's really huge! We ordered the Classic soup base and 1kg of Patin fish.

 We also ordered some pork balls, vegetables, and a serving of pan mee.

The younger kiddo slurping the yummy fish soup.

More photos in the album below.