Think you’re funny? ChatGPT might be funnier

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A study comparing jokes by people versus those told by ChatGPT shows that humans need to work on their material.

The research team behind the study published July 3 in the journal PLOS ONE took on the serious task of comparing participants’ reactions to jokes written by ChatGPT 3.5 and others written by people. This was conducted in an effort to determine whether artificial intelligence could outwit humans for a laugh, said Drew Gorenz, a doctoral candidate in social psychology at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.
“Since ChatGPT can’t feel emotions itself but …

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