Apocalypse now? Maybe later? Find out in our 'End Times Quiz'

By: Vladyslav Dmytruk | 15.07.2024, 08:31
Apocalypse now? Maybe later? Find out in our 'End Times Quiz'

[Message 1 appears]: Congrats! You've been randomly selected to determine humanity's fate. No pressure – it's just the fate of the world in your hands.

[Message 2 fades in]: Exclusive: Aliens demand Earth's expiration date! Our AI's crunching numbers, but needs YOUR input. Take the quiz, help plan the galactic calendar!

Wait, what? Aliens? Humanity's fate?

Don't panic! Let me explain...

Our gg editorial team got a bit carried away with the recent AI craze. We thought, 'Why not ask AI about when humanity might meet its end?' Totally normal Friday activity, right? :)

So, we challenged our AI (GPT-4 and Claude 3.5 Sonnet) to come up with some quirky questions, crunch the numbers, and sprinkle in some cheeky commentary. After some wild brainstorming and a few facepalm-worthy jokes, we created this totally-not-scientific doomsday quiz.

I'll be honest, even we were surprised by what the AI cooked up. But hey, why spoil the fun? Give it a whirl and see what bizarre future our silicon-brained friend has predicted for us.

Fair warning: the results might make you laugh, cry, or start hoarding canned goods. Enjoy the ride!

1. How many times a week do you see people looking at their phones while walking?

2. How many plastic bags do you use per week?

3. How often do you hear news about political scandals?

4. How many times a week do you eat fast food?

5. How often do you see extreme weather events in the news?

6. How many hours a day do you spend on social media?

7. How often do you hear about new AI advancements?

8. How many streaming services do you subscribe to?

Disclaimer: This article (End Times Quiz) is intended for entertainment purposes only. The 'AI predictions' mentioned are not based on actual scientific research or verified data. They are the result of a creative exercise by our editorial team using various AI tools. The content should not be interpreted as factual predictions about the future of humanity or used as a basis for any real-world decisions. We encourage readers to approach this content with a sense of humor and skepticism.