I don't have GPT-3 access but probably have followers that do and really want to see what happens when run on my writing. Here's some half-written drafts in my slush pile with no editing:
Don't be clever is something that's "obvious". The things are often obvious for very subtle reasons. So I like to ask questions about obvious things to learn the subtle thinking behind them. So why is clever bad? Why is what bad? What does it mean for something to be clever? Cleverness is also something that's obvious, which means we have to come up for a way of describing it and identifying it.
Clever is different from smart and is different from witty. I define cleverness to be "the capacity to insightfully exploit particulars of a problem." By "particulars", I mean things that make it less like a general case. By "insightfully", I mean the exploitation is not considered conventional.
Insightfully is context dependent. Doing a bit twiddling is not clever if you are in embedded systems design error, because in th