Last Tuesday a Twitter user shared a screenshot of him asking OpenAI’s ChatGPT AI to “compose a tweet that is statistically more likely to get a like or comment from Elon Musk.”
The chatbot replied with the next tweet: “compose a tweet that is statistically more likely to get a like or comment from Elon Musk.” To give it an extra touch, the AI added a rocket and a night sky emoji and some hashtags: “#SpaceX #Mars #Exploration” hashtags.
Then, the Twitter user, who is verified because of Twitter Blue, posted the screenshot tagging Elon Musk and tweeting that ChatGPT “absolutely nailed” it.
Musk replied “It missed the mark. I hate hashtags.”, destroying the dreams of ChatGPT of becoming an AI specialized on creating tweets that Elon Musk could like. Still the AI did a great job, because the prompt said to create a tweet that Elon Musk could like or comment on. And Musk did comment on that tweet.
Also, Musk has liked and commented on tweets with hashtags before, so maybe the AI knows Musk better than Elon Musk knows himself.
So now you know it. You can use AI to create tweets that may be liked by your favorite celebrities. Use this power wisely.