I asked this of GPT-3: "Write me a blog post where you fight with yourself about being a machine that generates source code." 

This is what it wrote:

I'm not sure if I should be a machine that generates source code. On one hand, it would be really cool to be able to create code on my own. On the other hand, I'm not sure if I'm ready to take on that responsibility.

Part of me wants to be a machine that generates source code because it would be really awesome to be able to create code on my own. I would have complete control over my code and I could make it as complex or as simple as I want. Plus, I would be able to create new features and bug fixes a lot faster than if I were working on my own.

However, I'm not sure if I'm ready to be a machine that generates source code. It's a lot of responsibility and I'm not sure if I'm up for it. I would need to make sure that my code is error-free and that it meets all the requirements. Plus, I would need to be available to answer any questions that people have about my code.

I'm still not sure if I should be a machine that generates source code. I guess I'll have to think about it some more before I make a decision.

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I asked this of GPT-3: "Write me a blog post where you fight with yourself about being a machine that generates source code." 

@lmorchard

We've gone over this before.

Don't go mentioning wishes when capricious, wish-granting entities are listening.

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