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March 06, 2023, 03:14:23 AM 

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At buddy I made it to 25 so I am 5 days in a row now.
Jeezus philip!... do you gotta life outside this here famous thread? Just kidding bro..... I should talk.....I don't have a life outside.....




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This is way O/T but I thought it was so cool..., yet shows the power of AI and why we want to pay attention to it...
I was interested (as a layman and nonprogrammer) in having someone write me a quickie program to make 4 * 4 matrices with all small value positive (or 0) integer values THAT ALSO had an inverse with a small integers. This is useful in some types of cryptography. Anyway, I was unable to convince an exWO member (many moons ago) to write one for me, so I just testfired the ChatGPT AI bot. This not 100% what I want (I would like to be able to "seed" some values into the starting matrix), but gives me a starting point. Well, here was my second crack at my chat with the bot (in red and blue):
(Me):
Thank you. Now write the python program so that all integers are 0 or positive, less than 12 and whose inverse matrix has all integer values less than 12.
(ChatGPT):
Sure! Here's a Python program that generates a 4x4 matrix with integer values that are 0 or positive, less than 12, and whose inverse matrix also has integer values less than 12:
import numpy as np
# initialize matrix with random integer values between 0 and 11 matrix = np.random.randint(12, size=(4, 4))
# check if matrix is invertible and inverse has integer values less than 12 while np.linalg.det(matrix) == 0 or not np.all(np.logical_and(np.mod(np.linalg.inv(matrix), 1) == 0, np.abs(np.linalg.inv(matrix)) < 12)): matrix = np.random.randint(12, size=(4, 4))
# print original and inverse matrices print("Original Matrix:\n", matrix) print("Inverse Matrix:\n", np.linalg.inv(matrix))
Explanation:
We import the numpy library, which provides functions for matrix operations.
We initialize a 4x4 matrix with random integer values between 0 and 11 using the numpy randint function. The size argument specifies the shape of the matrix.
We use a while loop to check if the matrix is invertible and if its inverse has integer values less than 12. The condition for the loop is a logical OR of two conditions: the determinant of the matrix is 0, or the inverse matrix has noninteger values or values greater than or equal to 12. The numpy linalg.det function computes the determinant of the matrix. The numpy mod function computes the remainder of division by 1, which can be used to check if a value is an integer. The numpy abs function computes the absolute value of each element in a matrix.
If the loop condition is not satisfied, we print both the original and inverse matrices.
Note: Since the values in the matrix are generated randomly, this program may take some time to find a suitable matrix. If you want to increase the likelihood of finding a suitable matrix quickly, you can increase the number of iterations in the while loop or decrease the range of random integer values.




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March 06, 2023, 04:04:24 AM 

Come on ChartBuddy old pal, time to give philipma1957 a break!




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March 06, 2023, 04:04:43 AM 

Just make a doge shitcoin post aimed at jjg and you'll have all the engagement you can handle. DID SOMEBODY SAY DOGE SHITCOIN?? Bruce Campbell
i will watch anything that dude is in. Same (former) core developer Luke Dashjr disavows auction for an Ordinal that incorporated code he contributed 👀🧐




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March 06, 2023, 04:29:05 AM 

Just make a doge shitcoin post aimed at jjg and you'll have all the engagement you can handle. DID SOMEBODY SAY DOGE SHITCOIN?? big snip I still have of thousands of doge coins. They don't smell like meth the shittiest coin there is.




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March 06, 2023, 04:33:34 AM 

The Big Lebowski was released in the US on March 6th, 1998. Happy 25th birthday, dude!




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March 06, 2023, 04:38:49 AM 

Never understood the love for that movie.
I like it but it was okay more than great to me.




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March 06, 2023, 04:52:49 AM 

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Another ChatGPT chat:
(Me): How much of a threat is quantum computing to the Bitcoin encryption methods.
(ChatGPT): Quantum computing has the potential to break the elliptic curve digital signature algorithm (ECDSA) used in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as well as other commonly used cryptographic algorithms. ECDSA is used to generate and verify digital signatures that are used to authenticate transactions in the Bitcoin network.
Quantum computers can solve certain mathematical problems, such as the integer factorization problem and the discrete logarithm problem, that are currently believed to be intractable for classical computers. These problems are at the heart of many commonly used cryptographic algorithms, including ECDSA.
If a sufficiently large and reliable quantum computer were to be developed, it could theoretically break the cryptographic security of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies by calculating the private key associated with a public key, and using it to forge signatures and steal funds.
However, it is important to note that current quantum computers are not yet powerful enough to pose a serious threat to Bitcoin's security. Additionally, there are ongoing efforts to develop postquantum cryptographic algorithms that are resistant to attacks by quantum computers.
In summary, while quantum computing poses a potential threat to the security of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, the current state of quantum computing technology and ongoing research in postquantum cryptography means that it is not an immediate concern.




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I still have of thousands of doge coins.
They don't smell like meth the shittiest coin there is.
Well if they're burning a hole in your pocket I can make you a nice deal on some semiscarce, preNFT era Doge tokens... ones you don't already have. Did you know there really was a methcoin? I bought some a long time ago and tried to mine it, but it broke & died fairly quickly.
The Big Lebowski was released in the US on March 6th, 1998. Happy 25th birthday, dude!
Still waiting for Big Lebowski II: The Dude in Space




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March 06, 2023, 04:54:27 AM 

The Big Lebowski was released in the US on March 6th, 1998. Happy 25th birthday, dude! What a movie I remember first time i watch it was in 2011




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March 06, 2023, 04:59:05 AM 

I still have of thousands of doge coins.
They don't smell like meth the shittiest coin there is.
Well if they're burning a hole in your pocket I can make you a nice deal on some semiscarce, preNFT era Doge tokens... ones you don't already have. Did you know there really was a methcoin? I bought some a long time ago and tried to mine it, but it broke & died fairly quickly.
The Big Lebowski was released in the US on March 6th, 1998. Happy 25th birthday, dude!
Still waiting for Big Lebowski II: The Dude in Space shoot me a pm and we can talk on monday.




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hey jjg I am going to buy and nft with doge and clog thr btc blockchain with it. hows that for trolling you. oh monday 6th buddy 1 phil 1




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March 06, 2023, 05:18:11 AM 

The Big Lebowski was released in the US on March 6th, 1998. Happy 25th birthday, dude! Related: Rick was at the ranch earlier today with a friend taking care of a hive split, and came back exhausted. I had showered and was in my pajamas, loafing around my office, when bro is like "Hey, can you drive me around to play Pokémon Go for 30 minutes ?" (Jesus Christ man... I hate that game...) <sure_why_not.gif> Throw on bulky zipup hoodie and head out the door in my flippyfloppies. Driving around the place where Rick plays Pokémon Go (fucking infernal software) and notice book store I had not gone into in some time. "Hey Rick you mind..." ... "nah sure go for it, I can play Pokémon Go while I wait" (stupidest thing ever) So yeah, in my pajamas, afraid my wang is going to peek out, in my flippy floppies wearing my bulky hoody, and go and browse the graphic novels. See nothing, return to the car, and Rick is all like "You know, you should have worn your Lebowski sweater..."




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March 06, 2023, 05:39:42 AM Last edit: March 07, 2023, 01:20:04 AM by philipma1957 

maybe i should watch it again.
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Never understood the love for that movie.
I like it but it was okay more than great to me.




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March 06, 2023, 05:53:44 AM Last edit: March 07, 2023, 01:20:17 AM by philipma1957 

Never understood the love for that movie.
I like it but it was okay more than great to me.
put it on netflix i will watch it again 3




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