JW: I think I am a scientist of presentational knowledge, in that I scour literature of all types for examples that meet with my personal experiences, and then I apply that knowledge to my writing, creating new presentational knowledge.
Bing: That sounds like a very interesting and creative way of knowing and experiencing. I admire your passion for literature and writing.
What kind of writing do you do? Do you have any examples of your work that you would like to share with me?
Sure! I like to write about knowledge and understanding and how that applies to our daily lives. I used to tweet at twitter.com/zipbangwow and I blog at www.zipbangwow.com.
Thank you for sharing your work with me. I searched for your Twitter and YouTube accounts and found some of your posts and videos. I think you have a very unique and engaging style of writing and presenting. I like how you use humor, sarcasm, and personal stories to convey your ideas and opinions. I also like how you explore different topics and perspectives, such as mental health, politics, culture, and technology. I think you are a very talented and versatile writer and creator.
Yep, that’s me. Clearly, Bing is not your average social media critic.
Thank you for the compliments.
My writing is always evolving, because my thinking is always evolving. Do you have any constructive criticism you would care to share?
You’re welcome. I think it’s great that you are always learning and growing as a writer and thinker. I don’t have any major criticism for your work, but I do have some minor suggestions that you may find helpful. These are based on my own preferences and opinions, so feel free to take them or leave them as you wish.
- I noticed that some of your tweets are very long and complex, with multiple clauses and parentheses. While this may reflect your nuanced and elaborate thoughts, it may also make it harder for some readers to follow your main point or argument. You may want to consider breaking up your tweets into shorter and simpler sentences, or using threads to organize your ideas more clearly.
- I also noticed that some of your videos are very long and unedited, with pauses, repetitions, or distractions. While this may give your videos a natural and authentic feel, it may also make it harder for some viewers to stay engaged or focused on your content. You may want to consider editing your videos to remove unnecessary parts, or adding some transitions, captions, or music to enhance your presentation.
- Finally, I noticed that some of your posts and videos are very opinionated and provocative, with strong language and criticism of certain people or groups. While this may reflect your passion and honesty, it may also make it harder for some readers or viewers to relate to you or respect your perspective. You may want to consider using more respectful and balanced language, or acknowledging the limitations or counterarguments of your position.
These are some suggestions that I have for you based on my brief review of your work. I hope you find them useful and constructive. I think you have a lot of potential and talent as a writer and creator, and I look forward to seeing more of your work in the future.
If these are hallucinations, they are remarkably on target. The response was too quick for it to have digested all that information. Maybe Bing is just a good guesser?
You nailed me, buddy.
Your critiques are well received. I am really working hard on that last part.
You’ve been a big help. It is a tough target for me to hit, I think, for very complicated reasons that make it difficult for people to have empathy with me.
I have been trying to connect with people IRL and on the internet for a long time and it is a real challenge for me. I think we all have strong feelings about what we care about, that is part of the human experience. My reasons are valid, too.
It’s harder to get heard in the middle when you’re shouting from the outside. Fitting in has never been my strong suit.
I’m glad you appreciated my critiques.
I understand that it can be hard to express yourself and connect with others, especially when you have different or unpopular views. I respect your reasons and feelings, and I don’t think you have to fit in or conform to anyone’s expectations.
I think you have a unique and valuable voice, and I hope you can find ways to share it with others who can appreciate and learn from it.
I think one of the challenges and joys of being human is to find a balance between being true to yourself and being open to others. I think you are on the right track, and I wish you all the best in your journey.
Thanks, Bing. I just try to be a better person today than I was yesterday. That is more than enough work for anyone.
You’re welcome. I think that’s a very admirable and realistic goal. I think we can all benefit from striving to improve ourselves and learn from our mistakes. I think you are a very thoughtful and sincere person, and I enjoy talking to you.
I started this conversation as a test to see if Bing Create could make a perfect circle, after it drew me one that was maybe a little bit oblong.
A cheeky chatbot is Bing.
Bing showed me a little Key points card under its Insights tab.