The problem with HustlerGPT … NO COMMON SENSE

As many of you know, I was on ChatGPT very early before it exploded on the market. A month before everyone was talking about ChatGPT I had it write an article for our blog at sharing the Top 10 Cryptocurrencies to invest in in 2023.

Chat GPT is a valuable tool for those that write articles for their websites, it is a great starting point. and gives us a great glimpse into the future.

In this article we share 8 common sense ways Chat GPT can help business owners and entrepreneurs in 2023. CHATGPT2023

However the hype going on around ChatGPT is unlike anything I have ever seen. People are making outrageous claim about the amount of money they are making with this technology, and I know at least at this point in time any entrepreneur who is claiming they are making $10,000 a month at this point is not telling the truth. They share alot of off the wall ideas for making money with Chat CPT, but at this point April of 2023, when I look behind the curtain, there is no documented track record of consistent cashflow from anyone I have seen. Every entreprenurial niche is jumping on the bandwagon. Quite frankly many people are losing a lot of credibility with me. As I have always tried to communicate, DO IT, THEM TALK ABOUT IT!

Common sense is not very common at this point in history. I am fan of ChatGPT but unfortunately this and other AI and Social Media platforms will continue to extract common sense brain cells from those that don’t have too many left. Never buy the hype, and always look behind the curtain.

Original Article from my favorit online
business newsletter The Hustle

What happened with HustleGPT

HustleGPT — no relation — seems to be a modern-day Icarus tale of a viral sensation, backlash, and internet drama.

On March 15, designer and self-described “AI soothsayer” Jackson Greathouse Fall announced an experiment. He’d told GPT-4, the follow-up to ChatGPT, that it was now HustleGPT, an “entrepreneurial AI.”

HustleGPT was asked to turn $100 into a profitable business — nothing illegal, no manual labor. Fall promised to update daily for 30 days

.On Day One…… HustleGPT suggested an affiliate marketing site for sustainable products. Per Fall’s request, his AI business partner also:Provided prompts for a DALL-E-2-generated logoDesigned a websiteCreated a blog post featuring real products and a Midjourney imageInstructed.

Fall to spend $40 on digital ads, in addition to the $8.16 spent on the site’s domain and $29 for hosting Later…… it suggested hiring a content writer who’d use ChatGPT to generate posts, and developing a SaaS product “targeting a niche market with a recurring subscription model.”

After four days, Fall claimed investors had plopped down ~$7.8k in investments, per Mashable —something that probably wouldn’t have happened without the Twitter hype.

By March 22, Fall said the site had made $130 in revenue. The fall of Fall Fall shot to viral fame, but real life got in the way. Updates slowed, and on April 12, he tweeted that HustleGPT would take a back seat to his other work and encouraged fans to join a Discord server for updates.

Many followers got angry and accused him of grifting. The website remains unfinished, with just that first blog post and “lorem ipsum” placeholders. The beef Dave Craige, a consultant, claimed he’d approached Fall about a HustleGPT Discord — from which he soon banned Fall for allegedly trying to disrupt the community and trying to undermine Craige’s reputation.

Now, there are two Discords: Craige’s “official” HustleGPT with ~5.2k members, and Fall’s Makeshift with ~3.5k, all hoping to produce the next hit AI-led startup.

What we’ve learned here: People are excited about AIBut AI ideas often require human execution. Going viral seems terrible, actually Even the bots cannot save humans from their drama


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