How many reddit accounts are real people and how many are literally AI chat bots talking to each other to practice conversation?
posted ago by ZyklonShower ago by ZyklonShower +21 / -2
Something about Reddit cadence is off. Not just the way threads get completely diverged but also the tendency of redditors to not grasp sarcasm and just…. Something about the way they talk. The most noticeable part is the tendency of the redditor when discussing something to suddenly go “it’s almost as if (and then insert completely irrelevant diversion from the topic which results in the whole conversation being derailed as the other Redditors respond only to the irrelevant nonsense)”.
Been bots for quite a while.
The logo is literally a bot.
I noticed this years ago. Everything is off on that site because it isn't what most think it is.
Correct. Fake it until you make it is literally in their original lore. Nothing is or ever was organic. Big Tech are fraudulent liars used to gaslight. Why the fuck else would they allow you to make accounts without an email.
a) suggested information represents fake, while perceivable inspiration represents real.
b) faking it represents suggesting information; making it represents consenting to suggested information, while ignoring perceivable inspiration.
In other words...consent of many makes what suggestions by few fakes.
Ones consent to suggested "nothing" tempts one to ignore everything perceivable. Ones free will of choice represents the natural instrument (organ) and others utilize suggestion to tempt one to consent to be played like a fool.
Suggested truth represents the fraudulent foundation for every suggested lie build upon. Perceivable nature implies constant change, hence not allowing those within to hold onto (truth) for long (lies)...others ruthlessly exploit those who ignore that.
I've noticed this as well - the cadence of Reddit just seemed foreign; strange. While on Reddit, I'm never sure if I'm arguing with a bot, a paid troll or Mossad agent. But that was before my account was banned.
The strange nature of reddit reminds me of AI generated porn. Both are things that seem part of the natural world and you're fooled at first, but when you look closely you'll see the AI model with 6 fingers or a hand merged into her thigh. At that point, things become strange as you're not sure what you're dealing with - some evil entity that's attempting to mimic the natural world and make you believe in something not real.
People were noticing that years ago. The bots ramped up when we all migrated over here.
Dead Internet Theory. Most normie forums, image boards, and social media are all bots.
I'm real. I just question if the money that israel pays me to be on here is.
i dk but Sam Altman is added to the list of people i hope to encounter in a five star hotel banquet room marble tiled bathroom, alone.
It ain't easy to encounter all in one (alone) if the other one represents a man of ALT aka ALTERN'ATIVE, adjective - "offering a choice of two things"; especially a MAN who suggests in SAMUEL (Hebrew Shemiel) - "the name of god".
It's almost as if Jethro's Polaroid with Bigfoot and the saucer might just be authentic, ya'know?
What if your want from others to behave according to norm allows the few to shift the overton window of accepted norm by ever so slightly contradicting the formerly accepted?
Oneself represents the partial (perceiving) within whole (perceivable) which notices (observes by mind)...judging others as most or fewest tempts one to ignore self.
Way (inception towards death) generates perceivable sound, those wandering within (life) suggest talking to tempt each other to ignore perceivable sound.
a) what is more relevant...suggested by others or perceivable by self?
b) what if sensing implies perceivable by self, while "no; non; not; nothing" represents a suggestion by others?
...It's almost as if...others can utilize suggestion to tempt one to ignore perceivable if one consents to ignore perceivable (need) for suggested (want or not want) by free will of choice.
tl; dr: if one redd-it (read it) then one consented to it, hence willingly submitting to the "chosen ones" who suggested it.
Every account on reddit is a bot except you
50% bots / 50% people. Bot commets = 90%, 10% for people
I think most are real, but how you tried reveddit.com ? It shows the censored / remove comments. The censorship is absolutely off the charts.
Based on the Twitter sale, and the data that came out from that, about 20% of Reddit is bots.
Jeddit is so shilled now, it's basically unusable.