Have you heard of ChatGPT? It is a powerful AI language model developed by the team at OpenAI. It is capable of generating human-like text on a wide range of topics and has been used in a variety of applications such as chatbots, content generation, and language translation. It’s the search engine that could one day replace Google. It’s a conversational AI that can also solve problems, suggest marketing strategies, and write codes. You ask it a question and it answers it.
As ChatGPT can hold an entire conversation, I talked with it for a while on December 20, 2022. Among other topics, we discussed the future of mankind, AI’s potential and dangers, Star Trek, and Singularity. I discovered that ChatGPT knows Haitian Creole (a little bit).
Surprisingly, ChatGPT didn’t know Argentina won the World Cup 2022. It stated that this event had not yet taken place. Either this AI hasn’t been updated or, hear me out, it’s a Brazil fan.
A new kind of museum opened in Miami on December 1 during Miami Art Week. It’s the Paradox Museum, located right in Wynwood.Described as a “mind-bending indoor venue”, the new attraction in town promises a “wow” experience. The new museum certainly messes – in a good way- with our minds; some could even say it is a bit… tricky.
« Sous d’autres ciels, le monde est un immense écho
Des ciels délaissés, oubliés
Ailleurs le ciel n’est pas plus bleu mais plus calme et plus serein
L’exil vaudrait-il le voyage ?
On rêve d’aller voir ailleurs l’azur des autres horizons »
Je me rappelle la sortie du recueil de poèmes de Jonel Juste intitulé « Carrefours de nuit ». Je ne peux en aucun cas nier l’effet que ce recueil a eu sur moi. C’était un travail qui valait bien la peine d’être découvert par un lecteur de poésie.
As “two fairs under one roof,” Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami will return to the Mana Wynwood Convention Center on November 30th and December 4th. The twin fair will display artworks from galleries, publishers, emerging or established artists. This annual cultural event will also feature live demonstrations, special exhibits, and street art installations.
November 10, North Miami.- Miami. The Magic City. Known for its nightlife, parties, and beaches. But this month, Miami becomes the Book City. During eight days, from Sunday, Nov. 13 through Sunday, Nov. 20, the Miami Book Fair 2022 will host approximately 250 booksellers and exhibitors, and more than 500 authors with both in-person and virtual events in English, Spanish and Haitian Creole.
Le mardi 8 novembre 2022, l’activiste haïtiano-américaine Marleine Bastien a remporté le siège de commissaire du District 2 du comté de Miami-Dade, remplaçant ainsi Jean Monestime qui occupait ce poste depuis 2010.
Men yon ti moso nan “Istwa lavi Frederick Douglass, yon esklav ameriken”. Douglass te ekri liv sa a an 1845 pandan l t ap viv Massachusetts. Yo jeneralman konsidere dokiman sa a ki rele ann Angle “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave” kòm youn ki pi popilè pami yon kantite lòt liv ansyen esklav te ekri nan menm epòk la. Yo konsidere tèks saa , ki an reyalite dekri plizyè evènman nan lavi Frederick Douglass, kòm youn nan zèv literè ki te jwe yon gwo wòl nan chofe mouvman Abolisyonis lan nan kòmansman 19yèm syèk Etazini.
October 20, 2022, Miami.- The “Germane Barnes: Unsettled” exhibit is on display at Nina Johnson Gallery until November 19, 2022. Artworks exhibited explore the theme of migration, specifically the methods and materials used in migration from Africa.