The glorious rise of the typo, and a lesson from Grange Hill

The Glorious Rise of the Typo and a Sausage!

I love seeing typos. Much as I adore ChatGPT (OpenAI) for its ideas, refining my clumsier thoughts, proofreading short texts, finding emojis and providing references, I’m also noticing its limitations. ChatGPT lies At times, it can be misleading, and it lies like a cheap watch. Recently, it has offered me some dubious responses, reminiscent of […]