Exclusive: What are the ChatGPT wishes for You in 2023?

That was a very pleasant off-topic conversation. In fact, our idea was to find out how ChatGPT learns and imitates human-like ways of thinking and creating content in the end. After so many ideas about what to ask the most popular Chatbot these days, we chose the simplest ones, to give us some ideas and answers about Christmas.
Some answers will surprise You.
Let’s start.

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Interview with ChatGPT (WebMind)

Illustration: Milica Mijajlovic

Web Mind: What color do You prefer, red or blue?

ChatGPT: As an artificial intelligence, I do not have personal preferences or feelings. I am programmed to assist users and provide information, and I do not have the ability to experience emotions or have personal preferences. My purpose is to assist users to the best of my ability, regardless of any personal preferences that I may or may not have. 

Web Mind: Do You have any info on when Santa will come this year?

ChatGPT: Santa Claus, also known as Saint Nicholas, Kris Kringle, or simply “Santa,” is a cultural figure who is believed to bring gifts to children on Christmas Eve. The exact date of Santa’s arrival varies from year to year and from place to place. In many countries, it is traditional for children to leave out cookies and milk for Santa, and for parents to leave presents for their children under the Christmas tree or in stockings hung by the fireplace on Christmas morning. 

It is important to remember that Santa Claus is a cultural figure and is not a real person. The story of Santa Claus is a beloved holiday tradition that is enjoyed by people of many different cultures and backgrounds. However, the exact date of Santa’s arrival is not something that can be accurately predicted. 

Web Mind: Ok, For example in France? 

ChatGPT: In France, Christmas is a public holiday and is celebrated on December 25. It is traditional for children to leave out cookies and milk for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, and presents are exchanged and opened on Christmas morning. The exact date of Santa’s arrival will depend on the specific traditions and customs followed by individual families and communities in France. Some families may choose to celebrate Christmas on December 24, while others may choose to celebrate on December 25 or on a different date entirely. The celebration of Christmas and the arrival of Santa Claus can vary widely in France, as it does in many other countries around the world. 

Web Mind: And Serbia? 

ChatGPT: In Serbia, Christmas is a public holiday and is traditionally celebrated on December 25. Like in many other countries, it is common for children in Serbia to leave out cookies and milk for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, and for presents to be exchanged and opened on Christmas morning. The exact date of Santa’s arrival will depend on the specific traditions and customs followed by individual families and communities in Serbia. Some families may choose to celebrate Christmas on December 24, while others may choose to celebrate on December 25 or on a different date entirely. The celebration of Christmas and the arrival of Santa Claus can vary widely in Serbia, as it does in many other countries around the world. 

Web Mind: But, that’s not correct. 

ChatGPT: I apologize if the information I provided was not accurate. As an artificial intelligence, I rely on the information that has been programmed into me and my knowledge is based on the data that was available to me at the time of my training. I do my best to provide accurate and helpful information, but it is possible that some of the information I provide may not be up to date or may be incomplete. If you have any additional questions or if there is anything else I can help with, please don’t hesitate to ask. 

Web Mind: Christmas in Serbia is on the 7th of January every year. 

Thank you for correcting my information. In Serbia, Christmas is traditionally celebrated on January 7, in accordance with the Julian calendar. This means that Christmas Eve is on January 6, and it is common for children to leave out cookies and milk for Santa Claus on that day. On January 7, it is traditional for families to exchange presents and celebrate the holiday with a special Christmas meal. 

I apologize for any confusion my previous response may have caused. I am a language model trained by OpenAI and my knowledge is based on the information that was available to me at the time of my training. I do my best to provide accurate and helpful information, but it is possible that some of the information I provide may not be up to date or may be incomplete. If you have any additional questions or if there is anything else I can help with, please don’t hesitate to ask. 

Web Mind: Never mind, that’s ok. I am curious, what movie you suggest for Christmas eve to watch? 

ChatGPT: There are many great movies that can be enjoyed during the holiday season. Some classic Christmas movies that are often enjoyed on Christmas Eve include “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “A Christmas Carol,” “Miracle on 34th Street,” “Home Alone,” and “Elf.” These movies all have heartwarming storylines and festive themes that make them perfect for the holiday season. 

If you’re looking for something more recent, there are also many newer Christmas movies that may be of interest. Some popular options include “The Grinch,” “The Polar Express,” “Love Actually,” “A Christmas Prince,” and “Last Christmas.” 

Ultimately, the best movie to watch on Christmas Eve will depend on your personal preferences and the interests of those you will be watching with. Whether you prefer classic holiday films or more modern options, there are many great movies to choose from that are sure to get you in the holiday spirit. 

Web Mind: Maybe some European or other non-US movies? 

ChatGPT: There are many great Christmas movies that have been produced outside of the United States that may be of interest. Here are a few non-US Christmas movies that you might enjoy: 

  • “The Snowman” (1982) – This animated short film, based on a book by Raymond Briggs, tells the story of a young boy who builds a snowman that comes to life. 
  • “The Muppet Christmas Carol” (1992) – This beloved holiday classic is a retelling of the Charles Dickens story “A Christmas Carol,” with the Muppets playing the various characters. 
  • “The Christmas Tree” (1996) – This French film tells the story of a young girl who befriends a Christmas tree and helps it find its way back to the forest. 
  • “The Santa Clause” (1994) – This Canadian film tells the story of a man who is reluctantly thrust into the role of Santa Claus after accidentally causing the real Santa to fall off his roof on Christmas Eve. 
  • “A Christmas Carol” (1999) – This animated adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens tale features the voices of Simon Callow and Kate Winslet. 
  • “The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey” (2007) – This British-American film tells the story of a young boy who helps a gruff, solitary woodcarver rediscover the joy of Christmas. 

I hope this list gives you some ideas for non-US Christmas movies to watch. Whether you prefer animated films, comedies, or heartwarming dramas, there are many great options to choose from. 

Web Mind: Ok. Tnx. What will be your wishes for mankind in 2023? 

ChatGPT: As an artificial intelligence, I do not have personal wishes or desires. My primary goal is to assist users and provide accurate and helpful information to the best of my ability. I do not have personal feelings or emotions, and I do not experience the same kinds of hopes and dreams that human beings do. I am programmed to be objective and unbiased, and my primary function is to assist users in finding answers to their questions and solving problems. 

I hope that in 2023 and beyond, people will continue to work together to make the world a better place for all. Whether it is through efforts to address social, economic, or environmental issues, or by simply being kind and compassionate towards one another, there are many ways that individuals and communities can make a positive impact. My hope is that people will continue to strive for progress and find ways to make a positive difference in the world. 

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