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gazisere

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About gazisere

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    Egg Whisk
  • Birthday 05/24/1993

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    Gielinor

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  • RuneScape Name
    gazisere
  • RuneScape Status
    Retired
  • RuneScape Version
    I Don't Play
  • RuneScape God
    Don't Care
  • Combat Type
    Balanced
  • Combat Level
    138
  • Overall Skill Level
    2438

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  1. gazisere

    Quest Point Shop

    You're slacking. You're nothing in the modern world of AI. Where's your loyalty?
  2. gazisere

    RIP me

    Not very PC...
  3. gazisere

    Tempest vs Latin Crew

    Finistera loved a good warning or two. Kept the drama alive!
  4. It's nice to be nice! Looks Great though, it's nice to see this style of PKing still exists!
  5. gazisere

    Thoughts on Monarchies in the 21st Century?

    I'm British and you're absolutely correct, religion in general is not as popular as it once was. It was also particularly interesting to see King Charles coronation, as it had been altered to allow other religions to be recognised and appreciated, whilst in a Christian church. I'm personally not one for religion, and I use to be against the monarchy. However, since Elizabeth died and our politics seem to be getting more and more fragmented - I'm starting to see the benefit of a monarch and having a steady consistent figure at the top of the chain. Although I agree with King Charles reducing the amount of working royals in the UK.
  6. gazisere

    Russia / Ukraine

    Better late than never... Russia invaded Ukraine in a 30 day special military operation over a year ago. It now looks as if Putin is weaker than ever and Russia may be on the brink of civil war. Thoughts?
  7. gazisere

    Permanent removal of Adam?

    So, are you guys trying to suggest my normal vocabulary and sentence structure are not as elegant as modern AI? Scary though isn't it? Never the less, I'll carry this discussion back to my "Will AI take over humanity?" topic. & on this subject... #Adamformod #gaziserefordm #yuanforsiteadam #sobendforipban (You just had to call me out, didn't you?) I mean heck, unless Sal renews the domain, we might not last past Feb 2024 anyway!
  8. gazisere

    Old things i have created

    Love a bit of nostalgia! Thanks Fatalysm!
  9. gazisere

    Permanent removal of Adam?

    Since typing on mobile became hard work and ChatGPT became available! You get the gist... Stop calling me out and move along plz. I'll move back to shorter hand written posts. I wondered how long it would be before someone called it out! Aha.
  10. gazisere

    AI - The end of humanity?

    You've brought up some thought-provoking points about the impact of AI on society. It's true that AI has the potential to revolutionize various professions, just like the industrial revolution did in the past. Automation and AI advancements may render certain job roles obsolete or drastically change the way they are performed. While AI can be a valuable tool in education and assist with teaching tasks, it currently lacks the ability to provide the social interaction and form meaningful bonds with students that human teachers can offer. So, for now, your job as a teacher seems secure in that regard. Reflecting on the past, it would indeed be fascinating to go back in time and use a current-day AI to write forum posts. The development of AI language models has come a long way, and with the right adjustments and editing, it's possible to create AI-generated content that closely resembles human writing. This raises questions about how skilled one must be to distinguish between AI-generated content and that produced by a human. As AI continues to advance in creative fields like art, game graphics, and music, it becomes increasingly challenging to differentiate between work created by an AI and that of a human artist. This blurring of boundaries can pose certain challenges. For example, if someone were to misuse AI capabilities, it could lead to issues like plagiarism, copyright infringement, or even the creation of deepfake content that deceives and manipulates people. Addressing these concerns requires a combination of technological solutions, legal frameworks, and ethical considerations. As AI technology progresses, it becomes crucial to establish guidelines, regulations, and accountability frameworks to ensure responsible and ethical use of AI. Collaboration between technologists, policymakers, and society as a whole is essential to navigate the evolving landscape of AI and its potential abuses. It's an exciting yet complex journey we're on, and striking the right balance between harnessing the benefits of AI and addressing its challenges will be key in shaping a positive future for society.
  11. gazisere

    Permanent removal of Adam?

    I understand your viewpoint, Yuanrang. In light of "Adam?'s" contributions and his close association with the staff, it could be considered to recognize him as a "Distinguished Member" or even a "Moderator" despite the current lack of active moderation needs on the forum. While there may not be much to moderate at the moment, "Adam?" has shown dedication and commitment to the community, making him feel like an integral part of the staff. Alongside acknowledging "Adam?" for his exceptional involvement, we can still incorporate the idea of loyalty groups or milestones to reward long-standing members. For instance, we could introduce the "Forum Veterans" or "Loyal Contributors" group, exclusively for accounts that have been active for over 15 years or have achieved other significant milestones. This would encourage members to aim for enduring engagement, highlighting their commitment to the community and recognizing their valuable contributions. One approach could be to transform the "Distinguished Member" group into a select group of active contributors who demonstrate consistent engagement and quality contributions to the forum. By involving these members in shaping the direction of the forum, we encourage their continued participation and provide them with a sense of responsibility and ownership. Furthermore, we could create periodic challenges or goals for members to achieve in order to become part of the "Distinguished Member" group. These challenges might involve creating valuable content, fostering discussions, or participating in community initiatives. By setting attainable targets, we create a sense of progression and purpose, motivating members to actively contribute in order to gain recognition and access to the benefits offered by the group.
  12. gazisere

    Permanent removal of Adam?

    I'd argue the case for Moderator status (Not that its within my jurisdiction to make the argument, but - whilst we are evoking democratic tactics...) - but, what the hell would you moderate?
  13. gazisere

    Permanent removal of Adam?

    Do not forget me once you reach the throne, sir. (Good Luck with the coup against Jan. Fingers crossed you have more luck than Progozhin).
  14. gazisere

    Permanent removal of Adam?

    Not to talk for you, Yuan - but, I think the important bit is this... It would seem Micael is getting IP Banned at the server level for one reason or another. (Repeated Requests, Image Uploads, Blog/Status Feature(s) Glitching?) Not at the Forum level. Yuan does not have access to the server level and literally unable to do anything to remedy the situation. Correct me if I'm wrong - but, that's how I understand the situation. How the subjects are connected is perplexing.
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