Here’s how ChatGPT responded to OceanGate submersible tragedy. It has a Carrie Bradshaw twist
A Twitter user decided to ask ChatGPT’s opinion about the OceanGate submersible tragedy but in a way Carrie Bradshaw would write.
The theories around the ill-fated OceanGate submersible The Titan are still brewing several storms online. While one section of the internet is busy trying to figure out how the submarine lost communication with the mother ship, the other section is keen to know more about what drove the passengers to enlist themselves in a ‘suicide mission’ to the depths of the ocean.
Now, we don’t know all the answers and the investigations are still underway. But we surely can show you something interesting. A Twitter user decided to ask ChatGPT’s opinion about the tragedy but in a way Carrie Bradshaw would write.
For the unaware, Carrie Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, is one of the leading characters of the TV series Sex and the City based on the book by Candace Bushnell. Those who have seen the series know how Carrie is a writer and has her own column about relationships in a English daily. Carrie also had a specific style of writing about her encounters with men.
“I asked Chat GPT to write about #OceanGate Titanic submarine in the voice of Carrie Bradshaw,” read the caption.
Take a look:
The post has garnered more than 4.2 million views and reactions. People found the description eerily apt.
The five passengers onboard the Titan submersible have been identified as OceanGate Expeditions CEO Stockton Rush, British billionaire Hamish Harding, French diver Paul Henry Nargeolet, and Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son, Suleman.
The US Coast Guard on Thursday said that an underwater vessel had located a debris field near the Titanic in the search for a missing submersible with five people aboard. However, the Coast Guard’s post on Twitter gave no details, such as whether officials believe the debris is connected to the Titan, which was on an expedition to view the wreckage of the Titanic.