GAB AI: The Best AI Chat Bot I Have Used

I have found that most AI chat bots are extremely biased and occult/hide important information, and at times will even blatantly lie and make things up. I have a philosophy and psychology chat bot that I have used, and it would frequently botch basic philosophical and/or psychological questions, and in some cases, be completely unable to give the correct answer. For example, when I’d ask it about the Trivium Method, […] Read more »

On Sovereignty | Deep Code Experiments: Episode 10

This is an excellent and thought provoking discussion. Jordan Hall’s three aspects of sovereignty are basically the first three of the Liberal Arts, also known as the Trivium; grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Grammar corresponds to knowledge, logic corresponds to understanding, and rhetoric corresponds to wisdom; knowledge asks what, where, when, and who questions, understanding asks why questions, and wisdom asks how questions. In this system, at least from what we’ve […] Read more »

Critical Thinking in Your Personal Interactions

Did you know that the Trivium method of critical thinking, of utilizing the process of asking “what”, “why”, and “how”, can be repeated in any interpersonal conversation?  Critical thinking isn’t just beneficial in an argument, but can be a way of thinking in each moment and interaction — as it can be beneficial to gain as much data as possible, and then process the data, prior to making decisions of any size.   […] Read more »