Jarvis is the biggest scam I have ever seen

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I just tested Jarvis after reading so many positive opinions in this forum. I have never used AI before and don't know if this is the norm or not.

Anyway, after testing it for a few hours it became apparent that all Jarvis does when you enter a topic is search for an article in another language that contains that keyword, translates it with Google Translate probably using an API and shows it to you translated into your language.

That's all. You pay $100 with various limits for something that costs you nothing if done by you or much less if done with a virtual assistant. Content is not generated by an artificial intelligence but is stolen. Is this or is this not the biggest scam ever?
 
I just tested Jarvis after reading so many positive opinions in this forum. I have never used AI before and don't know if this is the norm or not.

Anyway, after testing it for a few hours it became apparent that all Jarvis does when you enter a topic is search for an article in another language that contains that keyword, translates it with Google Translate probably using an API and shows it to you translated into your language.

That's all. You pay $100 with various limits for something that costs you nothing if done by you or much less if done with a virtual assistant. Is this or is this not the biggest scam ever?
Lol they do ? thats crazy i was just going to post about them asking for reviews..tnx for posting this
 
Can you give an example of the language in which the article Jasper gave you was translated?
 
I just tested Jarvis after reading so many positive opinions in this forum. I have never used AI before and don't know if this is the norm or not.

Anyway, after testing it for a few hours it became apparent that all Jarvis does when you enter a topic is search for an article in another language that contains that keyword, translates it with Google Translate probably using an API and shows it to you translated into your language.

That's all. You pay $100 with various limits for something that costs you nothing if done by you or much less if done with a virtual assistant. Content is not generated by an artificial intelligence but is stolen. Is this or is this not the biggest scam ever?
Do you mean Jasper?
If so, this has not been my experience at all... post examples please.
 
How did you find out it was just a translated article?
 
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I just tested Jarvis after reading so many positive opinions in this forum. I have never used AI before and don't know if this is the norm or not.

Anyway, after testing it for a few hours it became apparent that all Jarvis does when you enter a topic is search for an article in another language that contains that keyword, translates it with Google Translate probably using an API and shows it to you translated into your language.

That's all. You pay $100 with various limits for something that costs you nothing if done by you or much less if done with a virtual assistant. Content is not generated by an artificial intelligence but is stolen. Is this or is this not the biggest scam ever?

That's not how it works at all.

It's an interface to GPT3.

I promise you. It's not translating anything. It's using GPT3.

But.. It is just an interface to GPT3 with some custom prompts to make it a bit smoother. You can use GPT3 at 100x less the price.


If that is the case then MUM will slap sites using it sooner or later because it works cross language.


That doesn't mean they can recognize when a site is using translated content.

They would need to use the model to translate every page, into every other language then compare. There's no way they're doing that.

MUM doesn't magically understand other languages. You have to run the model with a prompt to translate. It will only do what instructed to do.
 
From my experience, Jasper puts out amazing content which is 95% plagiarism free.
It didn't look to me as it was translating, only downside to Jasper is it's price.

Could you please let us know how or through which platform or tool. We would appreciate it. Thank you.
That would be OpenAI Playground.
 
Not true, I use plagscan to check the content it makes and it always passes with 95%+. The OP must be high or something
 
Could you please let us know how or through which platform or tool. We would appreciate it. Thank you.
openai.com

And OP is definetly wrong - it uses GPT-3 which is the most advanced publicly known AI, which was developed by OpenAI, to generate fresh content. I’m pretty sure they have other language models to make it even better (like rytr)
 
We are in the Stone Age of AI, it is normal that the content created serves only as a support and looks like garbage if used in a raw, unpolished way.
 
From my experience, Jasper puts out amazing content which is 95% plagiarism free.
It didn't look to me as it was translating, only downside to Jasper is it's price.


That would be OpenAI Playground.
Yeah, Jasper can create all that content on it's own... Get real, your beloved Jasper just rewrites content. Jasper can't write, it's an AI bot which steals.
Not true, I use plagscan to check the content it makes and it always passes with 95%+. The OP must be high or something
95%+ according to whom? AI can't deliver shit without real humans.
 
Jarvis creates high-quality content for all types of niches.

I'm not saying it's perfect but you need to give additional touches to make it look like it was written by a real human.
 
It might seem like it's translating but it's not. That's how GPT-3 is built. And you can get seriously lower cost when going directly with OpenAI.com
 
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