Author Archives: Marcus

Why ChatGPT Uses the Word ‘Embrace’ So Much

The chatbot’s obsession with a select few words and phrases has been documented for a while now, but it feels like ’embrace’ is an anomaly among anomalies.

What is driving the extraordinarily high usage of this word? Why won’t ChatGPT put it on rotation with synonyms such as acceptance, inclusion or affection to help add more variation to its responses?

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Why Does ChatGPT Want to ‘Elevate’ Everything?

Words like ‘raise’, ‘improve’ and ‘advance’ are perfectly fine, but according to ChatGPT, they are far less desirable than ‘elevate’.

I admit it’s a nice-sounding word, and the fact the tool is able to use words metaphorically shows strong language learning skills, but we can all agree that ChatGPT is really testing our patience with the relentless repetition.

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Common ChatGPT Phrase: In This Digital World

If you ask ChatGPT a question that has anything to do with the present, there’s a high probablity it will kick things off with the phrase “In this digital world…” or a variation of it.

We looked into the matter and uncovered a number of insights into how this chatbot works, which helps to explain the phenomenon of this very common ChatGPT phrase.

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Why is ‘Robust’ a Commonly Used ChatGPT Word?

You could be having a conversation with ChatGPT about those awesome swimming pigs in the Bahamas or cute nicknames for your girlfriend and it will still find a way to say the word ‘robust’.

On a personal note, I really like calling things robust. I just like the way it feels as the word flows from my lips—you can literally feel the robustness of robust!

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