We Asked A.I. Bob Marley About the World Today

Bob Marley crooned soulful hits until he passed in 1981. Obviously, he died before the development of A.I. as we know it today. In fact, he left us before laptops were even a thing! The crudest first computers were only developed in the late 1940s.

Jammin’ with AI

In seemingly unrelated news, ChatGPT is getting press left and right for its ability to generate code, text, and all kinds of brainstorming lists. Fundamentally, it is a language model. That means it can generate text that is similar to the style and language of a specific person, including famous people who are no longer alive. No, it cannot be a direct representation of the individual’s thoughts or words. But it is amusing to see how they might answer modern queries.

Rasta reflections

Here’s what AI Bob Marley had to say about the state of the world today:

As I look upon the world today, I see much division and strife. People of different races, religions, and nationalities seem to be at odds with one another, and it breaks my heart. I believe that one love, one heart, can heal all these wounds. We must learn to live together as one, for only then will we be able to achieve true peace and prosperity.

I see that many people are still suffering from poverty, hunger, and disease. This is unacceptable, as there is enough wealth and resources in the world to provide for all. We must come together to help those in need, and work to create a more just and equitable society.

I also see that the Earth, our precious home, is being mistreated and abused. We must learn to live in harmony with nature, and take steps to protect the environment for future generations.

In the end, I believe that love and unity will conquer all. Let us come together in peace and harmony, and work towards a brighter future for all.

“The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.”


That’s AI Bob for you. Always wishing for peace and unity, even from the grave as a bot. What do you think, mon? We say it’s pretty convincing!

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