Bennett Raglin Chetty Tatum has some serious questions about astrology and artificial intelligence: The actor has just shared a video on both Twitter and Instagram, in which he made a long, somewhat confused rant, either horoscopes get a lot more accurate, or something is happening with the astrology app on his phone.
"I need, I need some answers, OK," he demanded Taurus.) "I do not know if I'm late or too early, but what's that pattern shit?" He was talking about The Pattern, an astrology app he recently downloaded and which was incredibly accurate
"How do you know what you know about me, Pattern?" Tatum asked. "People at The Pattern, people who use The Pattern, have to now DM give me and tell me how you ke this stuff can. I do not even know if I want to know this stuff, I'll put it on I do not even know if I want to know, I do not know if anyone should know this stuff. Yesterday I was in therapy, yes, I'm in therapy, whatever, everyone should be in therapy. and I get a notification on my phone this morning, Boop, it shows up and uses exactly the same words we used in therapy – hears the phone? "
" Are you listening over the phone, Pattern? AI, the algorithm that is the pattern. Do you listen on my cell phone and then let the things I'm afraid of? Do you know what, pattern people, you should just call me, that should happen now If you know so much, you can contact me now, right? Just do it. I need answers right away. "
tern, a variant of Co-Star's more popular astrology app, requires users to enter the date, time, and place of birth to generate customized star-map metrics." Based on decades of research, we want to give you the most detailed and complete information on Give yourself, your relationships, and the different time periods in your life, "the app's official description says." We're not here to make predictions or judgments, but to provide you with tools that highlight events, which concerns your life. "
What is not made clear in this statement is exactly how the app comes this" in-depth and comprehensive information. "It could be in the stars or, as Tatum speculated To eavesdrop on your conversations.