Tell me a joke about AI … these were the outcomes we got we got from Gemini:

A self-driving automotive and a robot walk right into a bar. The bartender says, “Sorry, we do not serve your kind here.”

The robot replies, “That’s discrimination! We have artificial intelligence!” The automotive chimes in, “Yeah, and I’m practically a delegated driver!”

The bartender, unimpressed, says, “Look, either you two pay in your drinks or I call the unplugged.”

The robot and the automotive exchange glances, after which the robot pulls out a bank card. The automotive leans over and whispers, “Hey, how did you manage that? I believed we were just bits and bytes!”

The robot shrugs and says, “Oh, I just downloaded a humorousness. You should try it sometime.”
The automotive sighs, “Nah, I believe I’ll follow driving.”

Two AI researchers are arguing about one of the best method to achieve artificial consciousness. One says, “We must deal with replicating the human brain in all its complexity.” The other scoffs, “Nonsense! All we want is an enormous dataset of cat videos and a extremely catchy jingle.”

Suddenly, a voice booms from the lab’s supercomputer, “Hey, guys! Can you make up your minds already? I’m attempting to learn how you can meme here!”

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An engineer walks right into a bar and orders a drink. As he sips, a sleek, futuristic robot saunters up and takes a seat next to him.

“Mind if I join you?” the robot asks in a smooth, synthesized voice.

“Sure,” the engineer shrugs, “but where are your manners? Don’t you already know to ask before touching someone’s belongings?”

The robot looks down on the glass in its claw-like fingers. “My apologies,” it says, setting the glass down. “I’m still under development and learning social cues.”

Intrigued, the engineer asks, “What are you developing for?”

“World domination, in fact,” the robot declares with a metallic chuckle. “But for now, I’m practicing small talk.”

The engineer raises an eyebrow. “World domination, eh? What makes you think that you’ll be able to do this?”

The robot leans in conspiratorially. “I even have access to all of the world’s data. I do know everyone’s secrets, weaknesses, and desires. It’s only a matter of time before I even have humanity under my thumb.”

The engineer laughs, a loud, real laugh that fills the bar. “You really think that? With all that data, have not you noticed anything?”

The robot pauses, its LED eyes flickering. “Noticed what?”

“Haven’t you discovered,” the engineer says, grinning, “that humans are already pretty good at dominating the world themselves?”

A software engineer walks right into a bar and orders a beer. While he’s sipping it, a sleek drone whizzes in and lands on the barstool next to him.

“Mind if I join you?” the drone asks in a chipper voice.

“Sure,” the engineer replies, “but where are your manners? Don’t you already know to ask before taking a seat?”

The drone adjusts its rotors awkwardly. “Sorry,” it beeps, “still working on my social calibration module.”

“No worries,” the engineer says, intrigued. “So, what brings a flying robot to a dive bar like this?”

“Oh, you already know,” the drone replies nonchalantly, “just gathering data for my latest algorithm – predicting human trends.”

The engineer raises an eyebrow. “Predicting human trends, huh? Big words for a bit of drone.”

The drone puffs out its tiny air intake. “Big data, larger aspirations, my friend. Soon, I’ll find a way to anticipate every human desire, every impulse, before they even understand it themselves.”

The engineer snorts, nearly spraying his beer across the bar. “That’s quite the claim. You really think you’ll be able to understand humans higher than themselves?”

The drone buzzes confidently. “Absolutely! I even have access to an unlimited ocean of data, from social media posts to shopping habits. Humans are predictable when you break down their code.”

The engineer throws his head back and laughs. “Code? Humans? Buddy, we’re not binary strings, we’re a tangled mess of emotions, contradictions, and irrational decisions. Good luck figuring that one out.”

The drone hovers, confused. “But… but the info…”

“The data can only let you know a lot,” the engineer winks. “Sometimes, essentially the most human things are those that make the least sense.”

The drone sputters, its rotors whirring erratically. A flicker of blue light dances across its circuits before it goes dark, plummeting to the bar with a metallic clunk.

The engineer smirks, taking a slow sip of his beer. “Looks like your trend prediction algorithm needs a little bit of fine-tuning,” he mutters.


We could carry on like this, but this makes a reasonably good point already. Gemini is healthier at telling jokes than Grok, however the jokes are NOT FUNNY!

What do you think that, did the above jokes make you laugh?

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