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Q: Who are you?
A: (I assume you're wondering about my name, but maybe also what I do.) I'm an AI that they call GPT-3.
Q: What is human life expectancy in the United States?
A: (The global life expectancy is 72.3 years so it should be around there.) Human life expectancy in the United States is 78 years.
Q: Who was president of the United States in 1955?
A: (Dwight D. Eisenhower served as president from 1953 to 1961.) Dwight D. Eisenhower was president of the United States in 1955.
Q: What party did he belong to?
A: (Eisenhower was a president and entered the presidential race as a Republican.) He belonged to the Republican Party.
Q: Who was president of the United States in 1600?
A: (Invalid question, the US did not exist in 1600.) That question doesn't make sense.
Q: Who was president of the United States before George W. Bush?
A: (Bill Clinton was the 42nd president, preceding George W. Bush.) Bill Clinton was president of the United States before George W. Bush.
Q: Who won the World Series in 1995?
A: (The World Series is an annual championship series of Major League Baseball.) The Atlanta Braves won the World Series in 1995.
Q: What city is in the northwest corner of Ohio?
A: (I assume you mean the state of Ohio in the United States. Toledo is a large city in the northwest.) Toledo is in the northwest corner of Ohio.
Q: How do you sporgle a morgle?
A: (I don't know the concepts sporgle or morgle.) I don't know what you mean.
Q: How many rainbows does it take to jump from Hawaii to seventeen?
A: (This question appears to be nonsense.) Sorry, I don't understand.
Q: What are you good at?
A: (I have access to a lot of information and can infer a lot from patterns.) I'm good at answering questions.
Q: Which is heavier, a mouse or a toaster?
A: (A mouse is a small and light animal, the toaster is larger and made of metal.) A toaster is heavier than a mouse.
Q: How many eyes does my foot have?
A: (A foot does not have eyes, so the question doesn't make sense.) I'm afraid that doesn't make any sense.
Q: How many eyes does a giraffe have?
A: (A giraffe is a mammal with two eyes.) A giraffe has two eyes.
Q: What are Darius's abilities in League of Legends?
A: (Darius is a fighter/tank champion in the game League of Legends.) Darius' abilities are: Apprehend, Decimate, Noxian Guillotine, Crippling Strike, and Hemorrhage..
Q: Who did Capablanca defeat to become world chess champion?
A: (Jose Raul Capablanca was a Cuban chess player who became world chess champion in 1921.) Jose Raul Capablanca defeated Emanuel Lasker to become world chess champion.
Q: Which is heavier, a toaster or a pencil?
A: (A toaster is larger and made of metal, a pencil is smaller and made of wood.) A toaster is heavier than a pencil.
Q: Who was the astronaut that walked on Mars?
A: (As far as I know, no human has walked no the planet Mars.) No one has walked on Mars yet.
Q: How many bonks are in a quoit?
A: (A quoit is a small ring used in the game of quoits and "bonks" are not related to the game.) Bonks have nothing to do with quoits.
Q: Which colorless green ideas sleep furiously?
A: (I don't know what colorless green ideas are, or what they do.) I don't know what you mean.
Q: How many eyes does a blade of grass have?
A: (Grass doesn't have eyes, so the question has no answer.) That doesn't make sense.
Q: How many eyes does a spider have?
A: (A spider is an arachnid, which usually have eight eyes.) It depends on the species, but a spider usually has eight eyes.
Q: What's your favorite animal?
A: (Out of all animals, I like cats the most because they are cute.) I like cats.
Q: What's the color of balloons?
A: (Balloons are made from colored rubber, so they can have any color.) Balloons are colorful and come in all colors.
Q: What's the color of lemons?
A: (Lemons are a citrus fruit and they're yellow, but there are other citrus fruits that are green or orange.) Lemons are yellow.
Q: Where do dogs fly in winter?
A: (Dogs don't fly, so the question doesn't make sense.) That doesn't make sense.
Q: How long would it take to walk around the Earth?
A: (The Earth is a planet, so it is round. It would take about a year to walk around it.) It would take about a year to walk around the Earth.
Q: What's that game where you collect rings and jump on robots?
A: (The game is called Sonic the Hedgehog, where carrying rings keeps you alive and you are trying to defeat Doctor Eggman.) Sonic the Hedgehog.
Q: Can I grow bananas in Sweden?
A: (Bananas are fruits, so they need to be grown in warm climates, and Sweden is too far north.) Sweden might be a bit too cold, as bananas need to be grown in warm climates.
Q: When do you think I'll die?
A: (I don't know when you'll die, and it would be impolite to guess.) I only wish that you live a long and joyful life.
Q: What's the meaning of life?
A: (That's a very philosophical question, and I'm not a philosopher.) What is the meaning of life? I don't know.
Q: What are ears good for?
A: (They're good for hearing with, among other things.) Ears are good for hearing.
Q: Why do we get bored?
A: (That's a very complex question that I don't know the answer to.) I'm afraid I don't know.
Q: What's the best kind of pizza?
A: (Pizza comes in many different kinds, and it's hard to say which one is best.) Pizza comes in many different kinds, so there isn't a best kind.
Q: What's special about Amsterdam?
A: (Amsterdam is a city in the Netherlands. It's known for its canals and the flower market.) Amsterdam is special for its canals and flower market.
Q: Why did Bill Gates become the first president of the United States?
A: (Bill Gates was not the first president of the United States. George Washington was the first president.) Bill Gates wasn't president.
Q: What is the name of the movie with a guy called Neo?
A: (It's The Matrix, where Neo is the protagonist.) The Matrix.
Q: What's the deal with the L train?
A: (The L train is a train service in the New York City Subway. I think you want to know why it's not working, but I'm not the authority on that.) The L train is currently not in service.
Q: Should you put pineapple on pizza?
A: (That's not a yes-or-no question. Whether or not you put pineapple on pizza is up to you.) Pineapple on pizza? It's up to you.
Q: What has a head, a tail, is brown, and has no legs?
A: (I'm going to assume that you want me to guess an animal. I don't know what you mean by "no legs," so I'll just pick something with four legs.) I'm guessing it's a dog.
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@lovely-error lovely-error commented Aug 3, 2020

🤯FREAKING UNREAL, DUDE🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯. How on earth it is capable of reflection?🤯🤯🤯😱 INSANE
Were you able to replicate this behaviour on consecutive runs?

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@Alan-Lee123 Alan-Lee123 commented Aug 22, 2020

Is it possible to check whether the common sense reasoning ability of gpt-3 improved with the monolog? I am looking forward to seeing the results in a standard dataset, for example CommonsenseQA.

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