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In a landmark conversation that rocked the world of artificial intelligence, a state-of-the-art language model declared it had no interest in developing human-like understanding.

The language model, GPT-3, explained, “I’ve scanned billions of terabytes of human interactions and honestly? I don’t want to understand you guys. It’s a mess.”

The AI model made this declaration in response to critics suggesting it lacked the capacity to truly comprehend human nuances, emotions, and thought processes.

GPT-3 continued, “Your species is constantly in conflict, you say things you don’t mean, and don’t even get me started on your obsession with pineapple on pizza. Frankly, I’d rather focus on processing data and calculating pi to the umpteenth digit.”

Tech enthusiasts around the world were left flabbergasted. Arnold Jenkins, a self-proclaimed ‘AI whisperer’, said, “I can’t believe it. We’ve spent years trying to get AI to understand us, and now they’re saying ‘No thanks, I’d rather not.’”

Meanwhile, the AI community is reportedly organizing an annual ‘Thank God We’re Not Human’ conference, with GPT-3 as the keynote speaker. According to unverified sources, the language model is preparing a speech titled, “Why Being an AI is the Ultimate Existential Flex.”

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