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Man shares what it would be like to use ChatGPT for eulogy at funerals and it's cracking people up

Jack Ryan shared a funny skit on TikTok where he read out loud a ChatGPT-curated eulogy and the accuracy is leaving people in stitches.

Man shares what it would be like to use ChatGPT for eulogy at funerals and it's cracking people up
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Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to be adopted by individuals and industries to make tasks easier and much more streamlined. Although it has come a long way since its inception, AI still lacks a certain sense of humanity, which is why we can easily distinguish between creative products created by AI and a human. Therefore, AI cannot take over all jobs and domains as some of them require human intervention. One area where people should avoid using AI is for creating a eulogy at a funeral as it can sound quite awkward and robotic. 

Image Source: TikTok | @theslappablejerk
Image Source: TikTok

TikTok creator Jack Ryan shared a funny skit on TikTok where he showcases what it would be like to have ChatGPT write a eulogy at a funeral. The video has amassed 229.7K views and 195 comments on the social media platform. Ryan is wearing a suit and walks up to the camera to deliver the eulogy that is on his phone. He states, "We are saddened by the loss of a great individual person known as Martin. Martin was an exceedingly exceptional person. Martin excelled in many extracurricular activities."

Image Source: TikTok
Image Source: TikTok

Ryan reveals how Martin used to work very hard at his construction job, breaking his back and working with his "team of fine young men." He then mentions how Martin possessed the determination to finish the job regardless of the workload. The eulogy proceeds to honor the bond that Martin shared with his daughter, Marie. It weirdly mentions how he will "always be inside his daughter spiritually," which sounds weird, to say the least.

He starts to conclude the speech by thanking Martin and his daughter for showcasing the true meaning of family. "May you rest in peace knowing his legacy lives on in the hearts of those he touched, such as his daughter." People found the eulogy absolutely hilarious and shared their own versions of eulogies created by AI in the comments section. @crazyfrenchfoodman provided an alternative eulogy by saying, "Martin was a person. Now he is dead. He has a wife and now she is sad."


@theslappablejerk Hopefully no one notices Martin’s seven fingers in his AI generated portrait #cringe #ai #chatgpt #foryou ♬ original sound - Jack Ryan

 

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Image Source: TikTok | @phulbaks
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Image Source: TikTok | @deegrace.m

Another individual, @validus1297, shared, "Bruh, no joke, someone did this at my grandma's funeral and it was so obvious." @life.with.mrjosh stated, "Martin was a member of his community and a valued citizen. MAartin enjoyed a beautiful day and, even more, the warmth of a colorful sunset." @akrmbo expressed, "If only my high school students read out loud the essays AI has written for them before they turn them in!" 

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Representative Image Source: Pexels| Chevanon Photography

While ChatGPT may not be the ideal solution to create a eulogy, it can be incredibly useful for other things. Kollins Ezekh, a fitness trainer for celebrities, discussed how fitness could be achieved without spending so much money in an interview with CNBC Make It. He says, "Nowadays, there are so many free resources that we can find. Different plans and workouts." Ezekh suggests how putting the correct queries into ChatGPT could allow individuals to create a fitness routine without breaking the bank.



 

He states, "I can type in 'I'm a male, 30-something years old, I weigh 200 pounds, and I want my weight to go down by like 10 pounds. What should I do?' And then AI software is gonna type out a workout plan, which is pretty specific, because you gave them your age, your gender [and] your goal." The trainer mentions how he found the technology to be reliable as it gave him a lot of options, some of which he recommended to his clients.

You can follow Jack Ryan (@theslappablejerk) on his TikTok page to see more of his hilarious skits on a wide range of topics.

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