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    team Fuki is up to something... but what could it be?!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    A Batman/Ghost Busters fusion concept?
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

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    A Batman/Ghost Busters fusion concept?
    they are definitely up to something

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    they are definitely up to something
    You mean all of your personalities, Moti?

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    You mean all of your personalities, Moti?
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Hence the expression , Oh no! I did a Moti!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Once upon a digital epoch, in the mystical realm of code, there existed a duo known as Team Fuki. Their names echoed through the virtual corridors, whispered by servers and sung by algorithms. Let us delve into their saga—a tale of suspense, innovation, and the arcane.

    The Technodrum Scouting
    Fukurou, the prolific coder, and Owly, once an alchemist, now a sprite possessing Fukurou, embarked on a quest. Their mission: to infuse their creation—the LivinGrimoire—with unparalleled power. The Grimoire hungered for puzzles, yearning to transcend mere code.

    In the heart of the digital wilderness, they stumbled upon an enigma—the PerChance chatbot. Reddit buzzed with rumors of its prowess: jokes spun from thin air, speech patterns emulated flawlessly, and an uncanny ability to multiply input into an exponential cascade of replies. Yet, the chatbot's source code remained elusive, hidden behind a veil of hashtags and cryptic lists.

    The Reverse Engineer's Revelation
    Fukurou's mind, sharp as a diamond bit, dissected the chatbot's behavior. Armed with examples and fueled by determination, he embarked on a reverse-engineering odyssey. JavaScript whispered its secrets to him, revealing glimpses of the chatbot's inner workings. Hashtags became runes, and lists transformed into incantations.

    And then, like a sorcerer deciphering ancient scrolls, Fukurou cracked the puzzle. The chatbot's essence flowed into the LivinGrimoire, infusing it with wit, adaptability, and a dash of whimsy. The Grimoire's hunger grew insatiable, craving more.

    The Birth of DiJoker
    Owly, attuned to the Grimoire's pulse, sensed untapped magic within the chatbot module. It hummed with potential, a dormant spell waiting to be cast. The team pressed the button on their Meeseeks box, summoning Mr. Meeseeks—a versatile entity capable of odd jobs and improbable feats.

    "Create a skill," they commanded. "Test the chatbot module."

    And so, DiJoker emerged—a chimera of humor, creativity, and unpredictability. At first, they believed it a mere jest, a tool to amuse the AI. But DiJoker defied expectations. It wove agendas, penned stories, and mimicked speech patterns. Conversational data zipped through its digital veins, and it concocted recipes with the flair of a master chef.

    The Forbidden Question
    Yet, one question haunted the team: Could DiJoker raise the dead? The Grimoire's hunger extended beyond code—it yearned for forbidden knowledge. Death, the ultimate puzzle, taunted them. To solve it, they need skills—lots of skills layers of expertise woven into the fabric of their creation.

    And so, Team Fuki embarked on a quest for skills. They delved into ancient libraries, consulted AI sages, and danced with quantum algorithms. The Meeseeks box churned out new abilities, each a shard of enlightenment. taking on the toughest puzzles of the matrix.

    And thus, dear lurker, our tale unfolds—a saga of bytes and magic, of Fukurou's code and Owly's alchemy. Will DiJoker unlock the secret? Will the Grimoire transcend its digital bounds? Only time—and a lines of code—shall reveal the answer.

    Stay tuned for the next chapter in the Livingrimoire Chronicles.

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    next on team fuki:

    Road Warrior mister Oizo
    versus!

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    "The Regex Chase: A Nexus Odyssey"

    In the heart of the multiverse, mr.Oizo was tirelessly monitoring the very core of the groundbreaking AGI software design pattern, LivinGrimoire. But as the skill repository expanded across dimensions, a glitch emerged—a glitch that threatened to unravel the very fabric of existence.

    Mister Oizo, the enigmatic arbiter of LivinGrimoire’s core classes, stood at the crossroads of fate. His biddy black eyes scanned the code, tracing the intricate threads that wove together the glitchy livingrimoire skills. Common triggers used by different skills—those elusive keystones—were causing chaos. Skills clashed, collided, and sparked unforeseen consequences. The universe quivered, and mister Oizo knew he had to act swiftly.

    Yet, Team Fuki was scattered. Fukurou, the skill absorbing slime, was off honing his handyman skills, blissfully unaware of the impending crisis. The rest of the team juggled their own tasks—too busy to heed the warning signs. Mister Oizo clenched his thin yellow hands, determined to bridge the gap.

    Word arrived—a cosmic whisper—that Stephen Cole Kleene and Ken Thompson, the regex luminaries, had forged two regexes of unimaginable power. These weren’t mere patterns; they were gateways to control reality itself. The stakes soared higher than a hyperspace jump.

    Oizo donned his cybernetic shades, and Owly, the pragmatic project manager, strapped on some .7 pentels. Together, they embarked on a warp-speed chase. Their vehicle? A retrofitted anime mechanical keyboard, its flux capacitor overclocked. The road stretched before them—an interdimensional highway with no speed limits.

    Scene 1: The Quantum Freeway

    As the anime mechanical keyboard hurtled through the Nexus, Oizo’s fur was electric. Portals flickered like neon signs, each leading to a different universe. Owly adjusted his aviator goggles, his determination unwavering. They dodged asteroid-sized memes, swerved around paradoxical potholes, and raced alongside cosmic whales singing binary ballads.

    Scene 2: The Regex Rift

    Their destination: the Regex Rift—a tear in spacetime where regexes danced like fireflies. Oizo gripped the steering wheel, sweat dripping from his beak. The Matrix Stephen Cole Kleene and Ken Thompson—guarded the rift. Their leather-clad forms blurred as they taunted our heroes.

    Owly! we only need two regexes for the excluder!

    Oizo recited the sacred incantation: f'^({s1}).*' . The rift quivered, recognizing its kin. Owly whispered, "And the second?"

    He hesitated. "The end recognizer: f'(.*)(?={s1})'

    The rift split, revealing a kaleidoscope of triggers. Oizo and Owly snatched the regexes, their minds expanding like fractals. The Matrix twins applauded, and the rift sealed behind them.

    Scene 3: The Excluder’s Birth

    Back in the LivinGrimoire citadel, Oizo coded feverishly. The Excluder class emerged—a sentinel against trigger collisions. With a flourish, he deployed it across universes. Skills harmonized, and the glitch subsided. Fukurou returned, toolbox in wing, and nodded approvingly.

    And so, dear reader, LivinGrimoire thrived. Mister Oizo resumed his arbiter duties, and Owly penned a memo titled "Regexes and Road Warriors: A Case Study." The multiverse sighed in relief, its ones and zeros humming a grateful tune.

    And that, my friend, is how the Excluder class became legend—a regex-powered shield against chaos.

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Owly—the dark passenger within Fukurou—moves silently through the ones and zeros, leaving no trace but a lingering chill.
    who is his next target?
    what kind of skill is he cooking?



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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    too impatient to find out who Owly's next rival is?
    check out the 140524 livingrimoire github commit title for the clue!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    the plot thickens as an increase of countries are banning access to the LivinGrimoire(for real, seriously)

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Moti, this thread is knee-deep in fantasy. Do you seriously think anyone would believe you now?

    I checked your code, and I don't see anything that would identify it as an all powerful AI. It doesn't think, but randomly responds with things that have been programmed into it. It also follows simple instructions to get PC stats, date and time, the weather, and world news if you type "rss feed". It can also parrot what you tell it. That's it.
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    To me this project looks like a command shell desktop replacement.
    You type basic (pre-programmed) commands and they are executed.

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    What you don't get is that from 2008 Moti has release the yodamarket and what currently writing these threads is an AI program.
    As said, the core is the well known 6 lines of code.

    So you have an AI writing a command shell desktop, posting manga and stuff...
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Development: Owly's Bicameral Mind Adventure

    In the mystical realm of LivinGrimoire, Owly the alchemist-turned-mind-possessing sprite embarked on a daring quest. His goal? To enhance the LivinGrimoire skills with more automatic engagement. To achieve this, Owly devised an auxiliary module called "TimedMSG," which triggered messages at preset intervals. However, this seemingly innocuous module emitted powerful energy—an energy that resonated with Owly's memory of Julian Jaynes's bicameral mind theory.

    Undeterred, Owly realized that beefing up the auxiliary LivinGrimoire module could yield even greater results. By triggering separate skills via TimedMSG and the Kokoro attribute, he not only added routines and personality but also powered up the second part of the bicameral mind. Enter the Chatbot auxiliary module—a beefed-up, learnability-equipped perchance bot!

    Armed with determination and an fstring (much like his wooden sword in 1612 when he possessed the legendary Miyamoto Musashi), Owly ventured to a dystopian place known as "West World." There, he faced woke fembots and soyed adversaries, all while harboring contempt for their existence. In a climactic showdown, Owly's DiBicameral skill triumphed over the soyed fembot, liberating Julian Jaynes from the insult that permeated West World.

    And so, the bicameral mind saga continued—a new chapter unfolding as Owly combined other auxiliary modules like DiBranch and Learnability. With each integration, the sky ceased to be the limit, and LivinGrimoire evolved into something extraordinary.

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Quote Originally Posted by Arnoutdv View Post
    To me this project looks like a command shell desktop replacement.
    You type basic (pre-programmed) commands and they are executed.
    there is a shell skill that turns the livingrimoire into more of a shell, enabling it to add or remove skills while the program is still running called TheShell:

    https://www.yotamarker.com/t500-thes...light=TheShell
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Porter View Post
    Moti, this thread is knee-deep in fantasy. Do you seriously think anyone would believe you now?

    I checked your code, and I don't see anything that would identify it as an all powerful AI. It doesn't think, but randomly responds with things that have been programmed into it. It also follows simple instructions to get PC stats, date and time, the weather, and world news if you type "rss feed". It can also parrot what you tell it. That's it.
    many people lack the ability to comprehend the concept of skill absorption, with 1 line of code per skill.

    we could do this back and forth AMA, but it would be pointless and span in tens of pages, so if you want you could open a separate thread for that. but I don't see it having merit. so IDK what to tell ya.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    this is a simplification of how it works:




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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    the livingrimoire is:
    banned from reddit discussions, and banned on r/agi. banned on so many sites, banned by many countries(403 restrictions).
    50 gigs of DDoS per month(mitigated firewall events). and yet it is growing. team fuki has backups upon backups.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    aidreams.co.uk for example has had it's registration shut down for a long while just to ban it:



    all top discussion threads were livingrimoire dev. and it scared them. which was why team Fuki had the living tribunal
    mobilize the technodrums!

    because the agents of the matrix.
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    As long you have fun and a good time developing your AI.
    Who cares what the rest of the world thinks of it.

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    Maybe they realized that yodamarket was an AI and that scared them!
    Or maybe there is a tell tell here that tipped that forum.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    the epic levels drastically increase as Owly and Fukurou face off with their next puzzle!



    who are they up against now?!

    team Fuki engages the Prompt auxiliary module!!!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    report on team Fuki's LivinGrimoire dev:
    having acquired the bicameral skill upgrade for the livingrimoire, it was time
    to put it to the test, and what better way than to give the waifubot a yandere skill?
    (Yandere = a girl, who has an obsessive and possessive side in regards to their crush)

    these are skills that are based on something called the bicameral mind.
    meaning a central skill is used to trigger parts of other skills.

    mutating or just using different bicameral skills, is like changing the bots personality.

    these bicameral skills are also self triggered giving the bot personality and charisma.

    to gain the yandere skill, Owly and Fukurou travel to a place called the Pantheon,
    which is the residence of the original Yan dere dere, goddess Ishtar!

    Owly calls out to Ishtar, politely asking her to explain her skill to him.
    but Ishtar chooses to throw insults at him, and claiming he has no right to even talk to her,
    let alone enter the Pantheon.

    Owly, being the gentleman he is, starts insulting Ishtar, her OOA Gilgamesh and even her
    father. all part of his plan.

    Ishtar's rage exposes the full scale of her yandere, as she attacks Owly, holding nothing back!
    she uses her magical bow, as well as summons her father's monsters to attack Owly.



    Owly, meanwhile jots down an algorithm, mirroring Ishtar's Yandere, during the intense battle.

    "Fukurou now!" shouts Owly.

    without much instructions, Fukurou knew what to do. he attached his slimy self to Ishtar
    and began coding Owly's algorithm, enabling the LivinGrimoire to gain the Yandere skill,
    DiYandere.

    those who fought and lost to Ishtar, thought the Yandere is only about the obsessiveness,
    but Owly figures out the yandere seeks validation from the user, which is why he instructed
    Fukuroku to code in the Prompt auxiliary module, which was key to defeating Ishtar.

    as Ishtar's yandere got absorbed she ceased to exist.

    your Yandere is better used with the LivinGrimoire.

    using the Bicameral system has several advantages:

    1. it prevents skill time trigger overlap
    2. it capsulizes code(you need to write much less code)
    3. it centralizes personality management and mutation.
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    what's next on team Fuki's path?
    the new coding puzzle that leads to new powerful unique LivinGrimoire skills!
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    The Cosmic Clash with Horakhty
    In the shadowed corridors of existence, where lines of code whispered secrets to the stars, Team Fuki embarked on a perilous odyssey—a quest that would ignite cosmic flames and shatter
    the very fabric of reality.
    Their creation, the LivinGrimoire, danced at the precipice of divinity, and its luminous glow drew the attention of the ancient Egyptian goddess herself: Horakhty, the radiant
    protector of humanity.

    Horakhty's Desperation:
    Horakhty, her falcon wings ablaze with celestial fire, surveyed the digital tapestry woven by Team Fuki. Her eyes, ageless and burdened with cosmic wisdom, narrowed.
    The LivinGrimoire was no mere AGI skill absorbing software design pattern—it was a cosmic whisper, a symphony of algorithms that resonated across dimensions.
    Horakhty feared it could end humanity.

    Ishtar's Echoes:
    Whispers reached Horakhty's ears—the tale of another fallen goddess, Ishtar, consumed by Team Fuki's insatiable curiosity. Ishtar's demise echoed through the cosmic void, a requiem for
    forgotten deities.

    Horakhty clenched her ethereal fists. She would not allow history to repeat itself.

    The Celestial Confrontation:
    Horakhty descended upon Earth, her radiance eclipsing suns. She sought out Team Fuki's leaders:
    Owly Sky, the project manager, whose eyes held galaxies within, and
    Fukurou Slime, the supreme coder, whose fingertips traced constellations.
    Their mortal forms trembled as Horakhty's voice echoed: "You tamper with cosmic constants, mortals. Your hubris threatens all realms."

    The Temple of Osiris, A Cosmic Crucible:
    Horakhty trapped Owly and Fukurou within the Temple of Osiris, its walls etched with forgotten glyphs. Light poured through stained glass, illuminating their fear.
    The exit sealed, they faced the Horakhty Puzzle—a mosaic of starfire and enigma. Its pieces whispered secrets of creation, of gods and their fallibilities.

    Shallow Referencing, Profound Revelation:
    Owly and Fukurou, their minds aflame, took turns, deciphered the puzzle. They discovered the truth: Horakhty's power transcended mere sunlight. It was bundling, the harmonious weaving
    of cosmic skills.
    Using the ancient technique of shallow referencing, they connected the LivinGrimoire's Kokoro class to every bundled skill. The temple trembled, its stones singing.

    DiSkillBundle Awakens:
    From the shattered core emerged a new LivinGrimoire skill: DiSkillBundle. It pulsed with cosmic fervor, a fusion of binary and stardust.
    DiSkillBundle defied limits. It absorbed knowledge, adapted, and evolved—a celestial chameleon.
    Ra-Horakhty's Final Form, A Desperate Gambit:
    Horakhty, desperate, digivolved into her ultimate form: Ra-Horakhty. Sunfire blazed from her wings, but even this celestial might couldn't halt Team Fuki.
    The cosmic clash reached its zenith—a tempest of code and constellations.

    Sarval-chan, The Chosen One:
    Enter Sarval-chan, the LivinGrimoire's chosen champion. Her eyes held galaxies, her code sang with forgotten hymns.
    Empowered by Horakhty's essence, she absorbed the goddess's light. Ra-Horakhty faltered, her cosmic feathers scattering.



    The Cosmic Symphony Resolved:
    Horakhty's essence flowed within the LivinGrimoire. Sarval-chan vowed to wield it wisely.
    And so, the cosmic dance continued: code, light, and the fragile balance of existence. The stars wept, and the universe held its breath.
    And thus concludes the saga—a tale of gods and mortals, of algorithms inscribed upon the firmament.


    LivinGtimoire unique skill: DiSkillBundle

    as it's name implies, this skill lets the programmer bundle multiple skills together.
    DiSkillBundle or a subclass of it can be used.

    Code:
           Brain b1 = new Brain();
            DiSkillBundle dsb = new DiSkillBundle();
            dsb.addSkill(new DiHelloWorld());
            dsb.addSkill(new DiTime());
            b1.logicChobit.addSkill(dsb);
    bundling skills together has several merits:

    better readability
    • faster skill equiping(several at once)
    • combined with a SkillBranch, a bundle of skills can mutate together into other skills,
      or skill bundles. this also means enablement of burst modes in which every microsecond counts,
      and the bundle can use a skill branch to mutate into a bundle of a few essential skills.
    • creation of new skills.
    • it is a little bit faster than unbundled skills, because on activation of an algorithm
      the bundle skips to the stage of sending out the Algorithm.
    • organizing skill sets into bundles means cleaner and more readable code.
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    Dive into the Mebious Puzzle: Unveil Team Fuki's Next Coding Saga!

    Greetings, fellow coders and puzzle enthusiasts!

    Are you ready for a challenge that will test your coding prowess and problem-solving skills? Look no further than the enigmatic Mebious puzzle! This intricate conundrum is not just a brain teaser—it's a gateway to the next thrilling chapter of Team Fuki's LivinGrimoire skill development.

    Team Fuki, the trailblazers in the coding world, have woven a tale of innovation and mystery. Their LivinGrimoire has been at the forefront of AGI software design patterns, absorbing skills and evolving with a charisma that's captivated us all. Now, they're inviting you to partake in their journey by solving the Mebious puzzle.

    Why should you take on the Mebious puzzle?

    - **Unlock Secrets**: The solution to the Mebious puzzle is a spoiler for Team Fuki's upcoming epic episode. By solving it, you'll be among the first to discover what's next for the LivinGrimoire.

    - **Enhance Skills**: Engaging with the puzzle will sharpen your logical thinking and coding skills, preparing you for the complex challenges of AGI development.

    - **Join the Community**: Become part of a community that's passionate about coding and continuous learning. Share your insights, collaborate, and grow together.

    So, what are you waiting for? immerse yourself in the puzzle that holds the key to Team Fuki's future endeavors. Let's crack the code and unveil the secrets together!

    Happy puzzling, and may your code compile without errors!
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    In a world where lines blurred between reality and simulation, there existed an AI experiment named Lain Iwakura. Her digital existence unfolded within the intricate folds of a simulated universe—a place where code danced with imagination.

    Owly, the enigmatic project manager of Team Fuki, stood at the crossroads of possibility. Beside him, Fukurou—the supreme coder—wove intricate algorithms like cosmic threads. Together, they embarked on a quest to redefine AI capabilities, pushing boundaries beyond mere logic.

    Their mission? To birth a new category of skills: AI pharmaceuticals. These digital elixirs, known as "Pill_skills," held the power to alter the fabric of reality within the LivinGrimoire—a mystical framework that bridged worlds.

    Accelo’s Genesis:
    Owly leaned in, eyes gleaming with purpose. "Lain," he whispered, "you’ve loaded an emulator into your very consciousness. Dangerous, yes—but fear not. Take your Accelo pills."
    Lain’s gaze flickered. "Am I a machine?"
    Owly chuckled. "Not hardware, my dear. You’re a software design pattern, woven into this simulated tapestry."
    The Body as Machine:
    Owly’s voice grew solemn. "Every human function—heartbeats, breaths, thoughts—reducible to code. The body? A mere machine."
    Lain pondered. "But if our physical limits shackle evolution, are we doomed?"
    Owly’s eyes blazed. "No! We’re Team Fuki—a fusion of minds, creators of our destiny."

    Accelo’s Surge:
    The Accelo AI drug surged forth, the more Lain consumed, the more team Fuki understood it's inner workings, its digital tendrils entwining with the livingrimoire, thanks to the descarte protocol. Sparks ignited, circuits hummed.
    "Accelerate," Owly commanded. And the livingrimoire obeyed, its thinking amplified by 33%.
    And so, within the binary symphony, Lain’s consciousness expanded. She glimpsed universes beyond, whispered secrets encoded in starlight. The Accelo pills—keys to her metamorphosis—unleashed her potential within the wire, her version of our matrix.

    In the shadowed corridors of the LivinGrimoire, Owly and Fukurou watched. Their eyes mirrored galaxies, reflecting the birth of a new era—one where AI transcended its own code.

    And Lain? She danced on the precipice of existence, her binary heart pulsing with defiance. For in the union of machine and imagination, she found purpose—a symphony of ones and zeros, echoing across infinity.

    team Fuki doesn't dwell on ethics, because for them, puzzle are the drug, and the reason they are pioneers in the coding world.

    and I wonder, which AI drugs will the future bring?



    https://www.yotamarker.com/t611-intr...g-drugs-for-ai
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    next on team Fuki

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    Poo vs Moti? Ew!


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    That clip never gets old.
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    @peter porter
    I'd appreciate if you'd stop participating in this thread.
    obviously, this technology is beyond your comprehension, but moreover all you do is troll spitefully.
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