The Critical Question my Robot Didn’t Ask…


I’ve crawled from my cave at Story Power HQ in St. Louis and ventured north to Chicago where I’m attending Perry Marshall’s Definitive AI Seminar this week.

I wanted my GPT-powered robot, “B-9?” to join me as my note-taker and valet, but he’s afraid to fly…

…so “B-9?” will stay behind.

Before I left, I asked “B-9?” if he had any questions I could ask during Q&A sessions.

“B-9?” told me he had 15 questions, and he started to share them with me…

“Could you discuss the advantages of using certain AI architectures over others in various applications?”

“What are some effective strategies for managing imbalanced data or missing values in AI models?”

“What performance metrics are crucial in evaluating AI models, and how do they influence the development process?”

Before he could share question #4, I interrupted “B-9?” and said, “Umm, ‘B-9?” I’m sorry to tell you this, but I’m not going to ask any of those questions. I don’t care about those things. My online family doesn’t care about any of that either. Here’s the big question…

“How can we use AI wisely to save time and produce great content — without sacrificing our sparkling personalities and humanity?”

“B-9?” rolled his eyes. But what does he know? He’s just a dumb robot.

As Perry Marshall says, robots are NOT sentient beings. “There’s nothing remotely ‘Alive’ inside those GPTs… Computers are dumb. There’s no one home.”

If you don’t know what you’re doing with your GPT-powered robot…

…if you think content creation is now just a matter of clicking the AI Easy Button…

…then you’ll dish out dumb, no-one-home robotic content…

…void of personality and humanity.

Meanwhile, those creating content with sparkling personality and humanity will stand out above you.

Last year, I hosted a masterclass to reveal how I save time and produce great content with AI’s help (without sacrificing my personality and humanity).

After this week’s seminar, I’m going to update that training and invite you to attend.

Stay tuned. I’ll share event details later this week.

Don't go away yet..

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Tom Ruwitch

Tom Ruwitch is the founder and CEO of Story Power Marketing. For more than 30 years, he has helped businesses grow by delivering powerful stories using a variety of different media.