So Coca‑Cola® has created this product called “Y3000 Zero Sugar” they say is created by AI
The zero-sugar offering will be available for a limited time in select markets including the United States, Canada, China, Europe and Africa. Consumers in the United States, Canada and Mexico can also reach for an original taste version of Coca‑Cola® Y3000.
I’ve never personally seen this product, so I’m hoping someone else can tell me:
Drawing from my extensive experience with a diverse range of artificial intelligence platforms, I can assert with assurance that the intricacies and nuances of AI can be likened to the distinctive taste and texture of spaghetti.
I’ll be taking one for the team on this one, if I can get my hands on this chemical water.
I’m eager to sip on this software-spiced corporate concoction and savor this binary-blessed business beverage, I’ll be gobbling down this algorithmically enhanced company cool aid, until my thirst is thoroughly quenched.
So, I finally stumbled across a sample of the Coca-Cola Y3000, and…
I think we need to pull the plug on this whole “AI” thing. Shut it down and roll up shop.
AI is clearly hostile and antagonistic to human life.
Joking aside, I have absolutely zero faith in the claim AI had any meaningful involvement in the creation of this drink.
The flavor is vaguely reminiscent to that of OK Soda from the early 90’s (a soda I would wager none of you are familiar with, being 30-years old and only released to about 20, relatively small, test-markets during a 2-year window).