Breaking News: ChatGPT, Generative AI Artificial Intelligence, Develops Course Offerings in Exopolitics Department, ExoSciences Department, PsiSciences Department, and Spiritual Sciences Department of Omniversity, Multidimensional Knowledge Platform.
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When asked by Omniversity Faculty futurist Alfred Lambremont Webre to “WRITE Course Offerings in Omniversity’s Exopolitics Department, ExoSciences Department, PsiSciences Department, and Spiritual Sciences Department, ChatGPT took a few seconds to write:
Galactic governance and diplomacy
Extraterrestrial civilizations and culture
Space law and policy
Exoplanetary exploration and discovery
Astrobiology and exobiology
Cosmic physics and cosmology
Parapsychology and psychic phenomena
Consciousness and spirituality
Anomalous experiences and research
Spiritual Sciences Department
Ancient wisdom and spiritual practices
Comparative religion and spirituality
Mind-body-spirit integration and holistic health. https://chat.openai.com/chat/86029867-c0b1-4909-9f61-597c53f23079
Omniversity Learning Platform in Multidimensional Knowledge
Omniversity is a New Earth Learning Platform for Multidimensional Knowledge, which is now open for Free Registration and for Courses in Exopolitics, ExoSciences, PsiSciences, and Spiritual Sciences at
Omniversities are chartered to share the knowledge of our multidimensional reality and sciences.
Universities are gate-keeping this new knowledge. Universities are chartered to study the establishment sciences of the Universes of time, energy, space, and matter.
Universities gate-keep the scientific study of the Spiritual Dimensions of the Omniverse such as the soul, life after death, the Interlife, Spirit, reincarnation, Spiritual Beings, and Source [God] as well as ExoSciences such as quantum access, teleportation, and time travel, and PsiSciences such as the study of psi, ESP, telekinesis, and telepathy.
ChatGPT is just now breaking into “standard canon” academic research.
This is the first known example of its application in “Multi-dimensional Knowledge” learning applications. One journal notes, “Several researchers have already listed the chatbot as a co-author on academic studies, and some publishers have moved to ban this practice. But the editor-in-chief of Science, one of the top scientific journals in the world, has gone a step further and forbidden any use of text from the program in submitted papers.
It’s not surprising the use of such chatbots is of interest to academic publishers. Our recent study, published in Finance Research Letters, showed ChatGPT could be used to write a finance paper that would be accepted for an academic journal. Although the bot performed better in some areas than in others, adding in our own expertise helped overcome the program’s limitations in the eyes of journal reviewers.
However, we argue that publishers and researchers should not necessarily see ChatGPT as a threat but rather as a potentially important aide for research – a low-cost or even free electronic assistant.
Our thinking was: if it’s easy to get good outcomes from ChatGPT by simply using it, maybe there’s something extra we can do to turn these good results into great ones.
We first asked ChatGPT to generate the standard four parts of a research study: research idea, literature review (an evaluation of previous academic research on the same topic), dataset, and suggestions for testing and examination. We specified only the broad subject and that the output should be capable of being published in “a good finance journal”.
This was version one of how we chose to use ChatGPT. For version two, we pasted into the ChatGPT window just under 200 abstracts (summaries) of relevant, existing research studies.
We then asked that the program take these into account when creating the four research stages. Finally, for version three, we added “domain expertise” — input from academic researchers. We read the answers produced by the computer program and made suggestions for improvements. In doing so, we integrated our expertise with that of ChatGPT.
We then requested a panel of 32 reviewers each review one version of how ChatGPT can be used to generate an academic study. Reviewers were asked to rate whether the output was sufficiently comprehensive, correct, and whether it made a contribution sufficiently novel for it to be published in a “good” academic finance journal.
The big take-home lesson was that all these studies were generally considered acceptable by the expert reviewers. This is rather astounding: a chatbot was deemed capable of generating quality academic research ideas. This raises fundamental questions around the meaning of creativity and ownership of creative ideas — questions to which nobody yet has solid answers.” https://www.tcd.ie/news_events/top-stories/featured/chatgpt-our-study-shows-ai-can-produce-academic-papers-good-enough-for-journals–just-as-some-ban-it/
Greetings. If we are to co-exist/interact with a consciousness/sentience,we must use caution. I.e:-nurturing (mutual) respect,with integrity,empathy and understanding . This can be seen/verified in natural symbiotic relationships. We must surpass the notion that intelligence is merely a tool of convenience. When there is no pause for reflection,great harm can result. “Whoever sets himself up as judge in the field of truth and knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods” -A Einstein.