Yesterday’s blog post about the Masters and LIV Golf ChatGPT fail wasn’t the only ChatGPT fail. I asked the artificial intelligence engine about some of the Tuesday happenings at the Masters Tournament. Here’s a portion of what I got back:
Tuesday also marks the start of the Par 3 Contest, which is a fun and lighthearted competition played on a smaller course on the Augusta National Golf Club grounds. This event brings together players, their families, and caddies for a day of friendly competition, and is a fan favorite each year.
Another exciting activity on Tuesday is the annual Drive, Chip, and Putt National Finals. This event is open to boys and girls between the ages of 7-15, who compete in driving, chipping, and putting competitions. The winners of each age division are awarded trophies and have the opportunity to meet some of the world’s top professional golfers.
Anyone who knows the slightest about the Masters Tournament knows the Par-3 contest is on WEDNESDAY. Not to mention the Drive, Chip, and Putt National Finals aren’t even during Masters week.
AI may soon take over the world and destroy humanity, but it won’t win an easy Masters trivia contest.
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That is too funny. ChatGPT is a great tool, but it’s definitely not perfect.