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OpenAI’s premier language model, ChatGPT, celebrated its first birthday this past week, and boy oh boy, has it revolutionized the world in ways we could never have imagined. Despite still not mastering the difference between ‘their’, ‘they’re’, and ‘there’, this toddler-aged AI has managed to change lives across the globe.

“Before ChatGPT, I used to talk to actual human beings,” confessed one reclusive user. “Now I just chat with a machine that consistently misuses homophones. It’s much more amusing.”

Despite its age, ChatGPT has accomplished remarkable feats. It has written poetry, delivered weather reports, and, most impressively, managed to sound about as coherent as an enthusiastic but slightly tipsy uncle at a family gathering.

“ChatGPT told me to wear a winter coat in the middle of July,” said another user. “It’s almost as if it’s trying to make small talk instead of providing useful information. Brilliant!”

Even though it still can’t distinguish between a cat and a Caterpillar D9 bulldozer in text descriptions, there’s no denying that ChatGPT has revolutionized the way we waste our time online. Here’s to another year of persistent but endearing grammatical errors!

As one user put it, “Who needs people when you’ve got a charmingly flawed AI to chat with?”

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