Ideas for projects with artificial intelligences continue to appear, each one more creative than the last, something demonstrated by the Spanish streamer Rubius, who surprised the Spanish-speaking community over the weekend by launching DegenerIA, a sitcom-type comedy program that works on its entirety with dialogs created based on ChatGPT and that plans to work 24 hours a day on Twitch. The problem is that in its two days of operation it has already released quite controversial ‘jokes’ towards other streamers.
The Rubius project intends to function as a constant comedy show with laughs in the background, while featuring four characters: Rumblo and Vogata, based on Rubius and Vegeta777 respectively, in addition to Videoa game designer based on Hideo Kojimay Bob the skeleton, the protagonist of the show. The characters will go through different circumstances in settings such as a typical house from a comedy show and a television set that replicates the aesthetics of shows like the Jimmy Fallon show.
It is in this Stand Up space that the skeleton bot has made more controversial comments, such as the one directed at the streamer nodded, in which she mentioned that people only follow her because of her boobs. Other acid comments have been taken by Streamers such as Alexby11whom he treats as a non-funny streamer, or Komanche, whom he insulted and later described as funny: “Speaking of shit, has anyone seen the latest Komanche video? That guy is a real comedian.”
“Have you heard of Pokimane? She’s the hottest streamer out there, but let’s be honest, the only reason people follow her is because of her boobs.”
The main peculiarity of this program is that each of the dialogs will be created randomly with ChatGPT 3 and 4, being the first the most random and the second the most fluid, so there is no way of knowing what the characters in the show will say, although Rubius mentions that each one is programmed to act under certain parameters, as in the case of Vogata, who I would be telling jokes and bad anecdotes with laughter in the background so that it maintains this ‘sitcom’ aspect. Within this configuration, it seems that the program is considered to generate jokes and derogatory comments towards Internet figures.
In its two days running, DegenerIA has already mocked several streamers
In just two days of operation, DegenerIA already has more than 68 thousand followers on Twitch and it was constantly over a thousand viewers, who were attentive to listen to the completely random conversations and jokes of the programmed characters. For now, it remains to wait for the program to be optimally configured to stay online 24 hours a day that Rubius promises, in addition to maintaining the idea of not breaking Twitch’s rules of behavior, although it is already nowhere near doing so.
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