I asked an AI for video ideas, and they were actually good

2021.febr.22.
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I didn't expect this to work so well. • Includes text generated by OpenAI's GPT-3 at my request: openai.com • Art by Chris Quay: www.chrisquay.com/ • Got an idea for a video? www.tomscott.com/contact/
Filmed safely: www.tomscott.com/safe/
OpenAI had no control or sign-off on this video, although I agreed to abide by their ethical guidelines and social media policy.
Thanks to Eddie the corgi's owner for introducing me to the folks at OpenAI: instagram.com/eddie_corg
Articles referenced:
doi.org/10.18653/v1%2F2020.findings-emnlp.301
artificialintelligence-news.com/2020/10/28/medical-chatbot-openai-gpt3-patient-kill-themselves/
thenextweb.com/neural/2021/01/19/gpt-3-is-the-worlds-most-powerful-bigotry-generator-what-should-we-do-about-it/
New River in Bowes Park image by Nick Cooper on Wikimedia Commons: commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:New_River_Bowes_Park.jpg
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  • I should clarify that by "out of ideas", I mean that I've only got enough to last me until the end of March, or maybe the middle of April if lockdown eases. The way I work, that's close enough that I start to get worried.

    Tom ScottTom Scott12 napja
    • K

      2_tan2_tan3 órája
    • Do a video on the floating ship illusion in falmouth, cornwall!!!

      inkboy12345inkboy1234513 órája
    • @Lax512 it’s openai’s gpt3 but you have to give reasons and it has to be professional, but you can use gpt2 which is open to the general public

      RedEraRedEra23 órája
    • Wait Tom what was that aI though I want to mess with it

      Lax512Lax512Napja
    • @Tom Scott you should go to Bishop Rock, Isles of Scilly. (AKA the worlds smallest island) Its in the UK.

      Spencer WhippleSpencer Whipple2 napja
  • Ai is going to either destroy or advance the world in less than 10 years

    MahkusMahkusÓrája
  • The white cube at the edge of the world sounds like an scp

    Derp KidDerp Kid2 órája
  • Wigan is in the North West, not West Midlands. A simple google search would have corrected this.

    Barbecue ShoesBarbecue Shoes2 órája
  • "the strange light that floats over oxfordshire" the moon: am i a joke to you?

    SpaceexplorerSpaceexplorer2 órája
  • 4:49 the ai really reinvented street fighter x tekken

    JustSomeCringyKidJustSomeCringyKid4 órája
  • The road that is also a boat: I-90 floating bridge in Seattle.

    Donald RiversDonald Rivers5 órája
  • Tom be soundin' like Mumbo Jumbo bout to give a Slime Block Tutorial

    Mr !!?Mr !!?6 órája
  • Now it can do my homework!

    Ikethepro18Ikethepro186 órája
  • The strange light the flow over Oxfordshire could be a work as once a Balloon shaped like a TV style UFO flow over north Oxfordshire and many reported it to fox FM at the time. One of those things I partially remember of FOX FM before they sold out they had good trusty local news but we all now media is now brought and not local on Heart FM which now own them.

    DJgregBrownDJgregBrown6 órája
  • Should have started the whole video with the script GPT-3 ran for you, Tom!

    Omar SmithOmar Smith8 órája
  • one of the suggestions were to make a video about the suggestions... AIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lmaoooooo

    Lookaz stanLookaz stan8 órája
  • KIRBY"S DREAMland was a popular nintendo game (serie).

    FFwachtenFFwachten9 órája
  • 1:03 I'm dying at the bottom one 💀

    Tymoteusz OlechowskiTymoteusz Olechowski10 órája
  • Wigan is not in the west midlands. how insulting.

    KiieeraanKiieeraan10 órája
  • That car going past at speed at 7:13 ... Couldn't have been netter timed honestly.

    Suburban MediaSuburban Media11 órája
  • It's a bit disappointing that Kirby's Dreamland in reality is just a muggy patch of English countryside.

    FuzzzWuzzzFuzzzWuzzz11 órája
  • 7:14 That car in the background had excellent timing. Right on cue

    Jude BedessemJude Bedessem13 órája
  • “Nostalgia for things that never existed” Not sure if this has already been said, but how about “Fauxstalgia”?

    sehhi vootysehhi vooty13 órája
  • Was the episode you hadn't released yet at the time "Why Progress Bars Don't Move Smoothly"

    Spencer ReisnerSpencer Reisner14 órája
    • I just wanted to note that the timing of that car with the curve worked really well

      sehhi vootysehhi vooty13 órája
  • Stop forcing cliffs to be cliffs

    smhily ツsmhily ツ15 órája
  • “I got a bad feeling about this...”

    Philosophical_CactusPhilosophical_Cactus16 órája
  • The 7th one is a true tail

    izak baxendaleizak baxendale17 órája
  • e here from jobos channel

    FrogboyaidanFrogboyaidan17 órája
  • WTF YT!

    DestoryDestory18 órája
  • Kirby's Dream

    PossiblyAMagicMagePossiblyAMagicMage18 órája
  • 7:15 that timing was just too perfect for the car to pass by. Felt like a crescendo

    AzimAzim20 órája
  • There's a Portugese word for nostalgia for something that never happened: "saudade". And there's a word for nostalgia for things that did happen, but way before you even existed: "anemoia". E.g. a longing for the 19th century.

    lnpilotlnpilot21 órája
  • So, you essentially ran a random text generator that created thousands of nonsensical titles, then you picked a few that made sense. Congratulations: you came up with a video idea.

    lnpilotlnpilot21 órája
  • The Dream of a Russian Utopia in East Yorkshire sounds like it could be a novel written by the Cambridge 5.

    Pat KeysPat Keys21 órája
  • plot twist scott isnt real hes just an ai, this was just him bragging about himself

    Brandon WithnellBrandon WithnellNapja
  • sounds like nas daily to me

    Simply KiwifiedSimply KiwifiedNapja
  • You might find this word interesting then Anemoia - Nostalgia for a time you’ve never known (from the dictionary of obscure sorrows) As far as I can tell it’s not a “real” word but hey, all words are made up

    Sam DukeSam DukeNapja
  • If you need more content, make a playlist or a second channel of scripts that AI generates. Even if its not real, I would absolutely watch those videos, and I assume I'm not the only one

    Noah BinderNoah BinderNapja
  • 7:16 sounds a bit like a cliff that doesn't want to be a cliff

    the_muteKithe_muteKiNapja
  • I just wanted to note that the timing of that car with the curve worked really well

    William BrennanWilliam BrennanNapja
  • Im guessing the AI gave you the idea "The AI that helped me find video titles"

    Pickle BugPickle BugNapja
  • Video ideas: "The science of diving by 0" "The things our brain doesn't let us remember" "An AI made this video" (lots of clickbait) "When will AI take over the world?" "Why do we use the Internet?" (human relations and stuff) "What's the time on Mars?" (a bit out of your normal videos but might be interesting) "What's the limit of computers?" "The battle between computers and humans" (about when computers became smarter than humans in terms of cpu power) "The Pink Lakes of Australia" Idk if you've made a video of these already but these might be interesting, I hope Tom sees this

    MeableMeableNapja
  • This AI is how Trump makes his speeches

    Tobi SmasherTobi SmasherNapja
  • A lot of those good-but-fictional video titles sound like ideas for SCPs

    EmeraldEmeraldNapja
  • Jeremy Clarkson's lottery of death actually sounds like something Jeremy would come up with

    shadowXXeshadowXXeNapja
  • NOT-stalgia

    Name of the RoseName of the RoseNapja
  • 5:23 isn’t that deja vu? Or is that a diff thing

    shitpostershitposterNapja
  • Ah yes the infamous Park and Ride System

    JoniboiiJoniboiiNapja
  • A guy just talking in one take. No jumpcuts, no three cuts per sentence, just coherent interesting talking. I love it.

    Backfisch_opBackfisch_opNapja
  • "The British Road That Is Also A Boat" ah, a ferry

    Sara JohnssonSara JohnssonNapja
  • I would love for you to make a full series of videos in your signature-style, presenting these parallel-world places and events.

    Lukas Oliver LeoLukas Oliver LeoNapja
  • "The white cube at the end of the world" sounds like an SCP

    mateyro999mateyro999Napja
    • @NickDev XD

      mateyro999mateyro9993 órája
    • time to steal ideas

      NickDevNickDev6 órája
  • 4:16 Tom: But I googled those words and they've never been put in that exact order anywhere online. Library of Babel: Am I a joke to you?

    SteveMSteveMNapja
  • little does the AI know, it just guessed the plot of wandavision

    Brandon ZhangBrandon ZhangNapja
  • Can we talk about how the AI accidentally created the plot of WandaVision?

    ScarletBee03ScarletBee03Napja
    • When the human-created AI creates the plot of show about a human creating AI, while being hunted by humans using AI to build their own AI, which was a pre-existing AI made out of another human-created AI. (Yes, this does make sense and is accurate to the MCU plot.)

      TrevorTrevorNapja
  • Who else is here from Mumbo Jumbo?

    Lorenzo SegoloniLorenzo SegoloniNapja
    • Me

      Tymoteusz OlechowskiTymoteusz Olechowski10 órája
  • I would love to watch “JEREMY CLARKSONS LOTTERY OF DEATH” on Amazon Prime Video

    Colin CrewColin CrewNapja
  • 9001st comment

    Mahpi 380Mahpi 380Napja
  • if the thing that you said at the end of the video happends it wont make your job easier it will take your job

    Maks szczurekMaks szczurekNapja
  • tom kirby's dream land is a video game

    Parker SedberryParker SedberryNapja
  • I'm sure we're not too far off from "generate me a youtube video in the style of Tom Scott" :P

    ntt2kntt2kNapja
  • I'm hoping this gets good enough so that we can tell to to finish tv shows that we're cancelled.

    James HoldenJames HoldenNapja
  • Good

    Promi AkterPromi AkterNapja
  • “Nostalgia for things that never existed” Not sure if this has already been said, but how about “Fauxstalgia”?

    ceerw butyceerw butyNapja
  • Do you memorize your scripts, do you use a prompter or just improvise?

    RubikingRubikingNapja
  • 7:18 that was the most perfectly timed car. It sounded so dramatic

    Nathan YoungNathan YoungNapja
    • Why do your videos have to be about things that are true? I'd watch a "secret history of the British moon landing" video. Heck, I'd watch a full length documentary.

      ceerw butyceerw butyNapja
  • Nostagia for a thing that never existed... That's Vapourwave.

    Ben WalshBen WalshNapja
  • It's strange the English language lacks a word to describe the feeling of nostalgia for things that aren't real. The closest I can find are words that can't be translated back into English exactly. "a feeling of longing, melancholy, or nostalgia that is supposedly characteristic of the Portuguese or Brazilian temperament." - Saudade (/souˈdädə/) However, Saudade is used in relation to a feeling of longing for an absent "something", even if that thing never existed to begin with; such as when you see a painting of someone that seems familiar, and it brings with it the bitter-sweet feeling of having non-existent fond memories, and the knowledge you'll never see them. It's unlike Anemoia from the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, which is just the nostalgia for "When times were better, even if you were never there", it's more like carrying your past emotions with you into the present like a time capsule. This is the *closest* to what Scott asked, but it still does not feel entirely correct, considering Saudade is a far more blanket term from the melancholy of the past but having hope to experience old joys again in the future, even if it's with someone else. And then there's Sehnsucht ([ˈzeːnˌzʊxt]), a German noun that expresses the feeling of longing for a "something", and in psychology refers to the idea of craving an alternative experience. However, it's more in line with regret, and thinking of the "Could haves" or "Might dos", instead of having outright nostalgia for a thing gone by. The experience of Sehnsucht is more easily expressed as "What if I said yes?" or having fantastical ideas about the future, such as imagining ones self as famous, or a fated meeting of a true love, or even the idea of finding something new to make you happy. It feels almost natural to explain the feeling of nostalgia for things not experienced as "Agnostalgia", from ágnos/άγνωσ meaning "Unknown", and álgos/ἄλγος meaning "Pain", similar to the origin of Nostalgia.

    Clockwork OttersClockwork OttersNapja
  • 2:10 Everything is gray.

    MrEnjoivolcom1MrEnjoivolcom1Napja
  • I think you ought to make one of the fictional ones as an April fools video.

    David BalaamDavid BalaamNapja
  • Make a separate channel with all the fictional ideas that GPT-3 made up if possible. They would be extremely interesting and would be very entertaining.

    Vicky BoiVicky BoiNapja
  • written by a bot

    Filthy LightFilthy LightNapja
  • Haha, English people call that a “beach”

    Blithe DreamBlithe DreamNapja
  • hiraeth welsh for nostalgic feeling for a home that was never yours

    NlC WILSONNlC WILSON2 napja
  • There is this cliff that looks like an elephant. I think he's the closest we get to cliff that doesn't want to be a cliff

    IidaIida2 napja
  • Nostalgia for a thing that never existed "Country Roads", especially the Japanese translation

    Alex McDAlex McD2 napja
  • aberfan would be incredibly depressing but there is *definitely* a narrative there

    suddenpenguinsuddenpenguin2 napja
  • @5:21 hauntology.

    Alex TrebekAlex Trebek2 napja
  • I like the comparison to a sigmoid curve (an activation function that’s also commonly used in neural networks like GPT-3)

    Micah ReichMicah Reich2 napja
  • Nostalgia for things that never existed, eh? Weebs unite.

    Kingston SteeleKingston Steele2 napja
  • Why do your videos have to be about things that are true? I'd watch a "secret history of the British moon landing" video. Heck, I'd watch a full length documentary.

    KerithanosKerithanos2 napja
  • I imagine if anything, the word we could use for nostalgia of an alternative reality could be “alternis ovilis” which would roughly translate from Latin to “alternative nostalgia” I guess that’s more of a phrase than a word.

    Yung AkumaYung Akuma2 napja
  • Skynet

    Astor ReedAstor Reed2 napja
  • Dude, you're reverse aging! Make a reveal video talking about how you're actually a vampire! 😆

    StephSteph2 napja
  • Tom is getting replaced.

    Jacob LowensteinJacob Lowenstein2 napja
  • "The green death and the industrial revolution." ...Arsenic Wallpaper?

    TomyironmaneTomyironmane2 napja
  • If that happens your job will be not easier but obsolete.

    govigovi2 napja
  • The word is nullstalgia.

    My NameMy Name2 napja
  • "The British road that is also a boat" There are streets named after Hood and Anson in Hastings. You think they'd be named after the admirals, but two of the neighbouring streets are Norfolk and Sussex. Turns out they're all named for battleships named after the admirals. Huh. Not boats, but sailors: there's a town in Canada (Ajax, Ontario) that names its streets after men who served on three WW1 ships. There was a big hoo-hah over it in 2020 when the name Hans Langsdorff (captain of the Graf Spee) somehow came up in the database.

    harbl99harbl992 napja
  • "Hey GPT-3. How can I ensure the success of the GPT-3 project?" Anyone read Avogadro Corp?

    FirstRisingSouIFirstRisingSouI2 napja
  • there is 100% a boat that’s a road you gotta find it

    Dylan EvansDylan Evans2 napja
  • hey Tom, have you ever counted in binary on your fingers?

    BbonnoBbonno2 napja
  • Well, your job might get a lot easier... but then, a bit after that, your job won't be needed... :-P *Singularity*

    N BeeN Bee2 napja
  • anemoiac is the "nostalgia for nonexistant past" word your looking for

    13darkjems13darkjems2 napja
  • English but all letters are phonetically consistent

    Samantha LoweSamantha Lowe2 napja
  • This video was somehow not tagged as horror.

    QuillyikQuillyik2 napja
  • It's cool how you can raise the "temperature" of the "how predictable" to make "good" interesting video titles that would get more clicks than "the beach where you can hear the sea", but if it is too high, it's actually not real and relatable enough to makes us want to watch it, and as you said, you needed to get the right measure, like a recipe to make a clickable title. -Who would like to watch Jeremy Clarkson's in a russian roulette?- This shows us that we are strange creatures, searching for knowledge yet afraid of the unreal and unknown.

    Luiz GabrielLuiz Gabriel2 napja
  • For reference, the "strange light in the sky over Oxfordshire" is called the moon.

    Toby LittlejohnToby Littlejohn2 napja
  • That word, one of nostalgia for something that doesn't exist; is hiraeth. It's Welsh.

    DumdumshumDumdumshum2 napja
  • KIRBY'S DREAM AAAAHAHHAHHAAHHA

    Lemon JumpsLemon Jumps2 napja
  • Tom Scott makes me want to say hi

    Bloop SmootBloop Smoot2 napja
  • 5:21 anemoia

    Vincent ZvolskyVincent Zvolsky2 napja
  • Anemoia (Word in the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows) is nostalgia for a time you've never known

    NERDxAWESOMENERDxAWESOME2 napja
  • I would love to watch one on the royal mail railway!

    Hanneke van der LuchtHanneke van der Lucht2 napja
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