Read this and tell me if anything seems off to you.
The growing popularity of cryptocurrency means there are hundreds of opportunities to choose from, but no matter how tempting it is to buy a partially inflated coin or invest in a minor one with big expectations, only a few cryptocurrencies really offer good investment opportunities.
The market is incredibly volatile and risky so it’s essential to read up on the fundamental value and technology of the crypto companies you’re going to invest in. The market capitalization of a cryptocurrency is no indication of its worth and there are many coins which are technically worth more than their price would indicate. You can try trading, but if you don’t wish to risk losing your money you can always treat it like betting on horses.
Seems like a normal response to a question about investing in crypto. And it is. It’s very normal, which is what makes it remarkable. A human did not write this.
Artificial intelligence has come a long way. If you’re interested in reading about the history of how we got here, I recommend Genius Makers: The Mavericks Who Brought AI to Google, Facebook, and the World.
This book talks about OpenAI, the non-profit research lab funded by Elon Musk, Sam Altman, and others. OpenAI powers GPT-3, which is the program that was able to do this Q&A-style interview with MarketWatch. The future is coming faster than we know it.