Artificial Intelligence is Taking Over — How to Survive AI Apocalypse Now

(Survival Tips & Tricks + YouTube Video If you read till the end)

Be me: "Hey Google, how do I survive the Artificial Intelligence apocalypse now?" 

Google: "You don't." 

The past few months have seen an uptick in artificial intelligence technology. The market & demand for AI has also increased. ChatGPT has taken the world by storm as it has amassed millions of subscribers. Similar content creation software has sprouted up as offshoots as well. Automation services have also increased in demand. Automation not only includes digital software but also hardware with at-home products. In my life, I found myself using Google Assistant, with my Pixel Smartphone, quite a lot. And after thinking about it, realized how useful yet scary it was. 

Me: "Hey Google, what time is it?"

Google: "It is 5:32 pm" 

This stupid AND simple function of Google Assistant is so useful that I now use it every 30 minutes. When I'm on the toilet, mid-wipe, but the phone is on my bed – "Hey Google, what time is it?"; when I'm at my desk and my phone is 10 feet away – "Hey Google how's the weather out there?". It started when I had to take off my watch to wash the dishes, and I had to work in 30 minutes. Then, the more I started using it, spiraled into more such as asking for the traffic, date, and day of the week. Once, I even tried to rizz Google up by asking what her name was!

But could this spell the end of work as we know it? Could this mobilize to where AI automates all industries? As an investigative journalist, I became determined to find out. 

I opened up my newly-bought Google Crystal ball and looked 30 years into the future. What I saw horrified and intrigued me. I saw AI hosts, dancers, accountants, lawyers, and jail-broken Amazon Firebots. I saw that Ford developed automated Policebots installed to do police work. They often chased down rogue Firebots, which were often jailbroken for crime work. I ended the Google Crystal session and I knew what I had to do. 

I had to write a survival guide so that the average person can beat the upcoming AI society before it was too late. This survival guide is so brain-dead simple that it's not surprising. And it's only 1 page and 5 words long! But don't underestimate it, it's also very difficult to implement

To access this simple yet difficult survival guide, sign up for my newsletter. This newsletter has more rizz than Harvard and can help the stupidest person beat out AI. This can help the masses overcome the looming AI competition. 

Alex Sung

At an early age Alex knew he was different from most kids. He had D's and F's in early education and even had undiagnosed selective mutism alongside other mental health hurdles.

Despite these challenging experiences, he persevered and was able to "Tigerhack" his way to success. He created the Tiger Dojo to help everyone uncover these secrets.


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