The Stochastic Game

Ramblings of General Geekery

The question isn’t “can ChatGPT really do my job?” but “will my company’s execs and investors think they can save money by replacing me with ChatGPT?”. The answer is yes. Of fucking course, yes.

“Nerds writing convoluted prompts for ChatGPT to generate code isn’t programming!” he says, before going back to writing convoluted C++ to generate assembly

Oh wow I’ve dreamed of making something like this for years: “A Slower Speed of Light” (only I wanted to make one where electrons have increasing mass, making light rays follow a curved ballistic trajectory)

The same way Gumshoe was invented to solve the problem of failing to find clues, PbtA seems to have been invented to avoid players constantly asking “can I roll perception here?” #ttrpg