Dystopian cyberpunk writing of prose, graphic novels, fiction, and non-fiction by Sam-i-am
I asked two Ai writing tool aids to write articles based on the State of UK Politics Today, in a dystopian cyberpunk style. this is from ChatGPT. The second article to follow.
You can see from this article that ChatGPT is somewhat out of date. I believe it takes take from up to 2021, I am not sure why, Elon Musk was said to be part creator of the OpenAi behind this but has recently disowned it = Elon Musk lashes out at the ChatGPT sensation he helped create after Microsoft’s massive investment —‘Not what i intended’
Artwork directed by me, created by WonderAi
UK Politics Today - by ChatGPT
The United Kingdom's political landscape is in a state of flux, with significant shifts occurring in the last few years. The country has been dealing with the aftermath of the Brexit referendum, which resulted in the UK leaving the European Union. The impact of this decision on the country's politics has been enormous, affecting not only the government but also the opposition and the wider political spectrum.
Currently, the UK is led by a Conservative government, which has been in power since 2010. The current Prime Minister is Boris Johnson, who succeeded Theresa May in 2019. Johnson's premiership has been marked by controversy and division, particularly in his handling of Brexit negotiations and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Conservative Party has a majority in the House of Commons, with 364 of the 650 seats. However, this majority is small, and the government's ability to pass legislation has been challenged by the opposition and by Conservative rebels. The government's Brexit deal was heavily criticized by many in the Conservative Party, leading to a significant rebellion against the government's proposed legislation.
The Labour Party, the main opposition party in the UK, has struggled in recent years. The party's leader, Jeremy Corbyn, was heavily criticized for his handling of allegations of anti-Semitism within the party, and for his perceived lack of leadership during the Brexit referendum. In the 2019 general election, the party suffered a significant defeat, losing 59 seats in the House of Commons. Keir Starmer, a former prosecutor, was elected as the new leader of the party in 2020, and has sought to reposition the party towards the political center.
The Liberal Democrats, the third-largest party in the UK, have also struggled in recent years. The party was in a coalition government with the Conservatives between 2010 and 2015, but suffered a significant defeat in the 2015 general election. The party's fortunes have not improved in subsequent elections, with the party winning just 11 seats in the 2019 election.
The UK's political landscape has been further complicated by the rise of nationalist and regional parties. The Scottish National Party (SNP), which seeks independence for Scotland, has become increasingly influential in Scottish politics, winning a majority of seats in the Scottish Parliament in the 2021 elections. The party has called for a second independence referendum, which has been opposed by the UK government.
In Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), which supports Northern Ireland's continued membership of the UK, has also struggled. The party was a key ally of the Conservative government during the Brexit negotiations but has since fallen out of favor. Sinn Féin, a party that seeks reunification with the Republic of Ireland, has gained significant support in recent years, winning 37% of the vote in the 2020 Irish general election.
Overall, the UK's political landscape is in a state of flux, with significant challenges facing both the government and the opposition. The impact of Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the rise of nationalist and regional parties has created significant uncertainty, and it remains to be seen how the country's politics will develop in the coming years.
Directed by me, written by ChatGPT, and artwork by WonderAi
The next article/story is written by SudoWrite, a creative writing tool, which takes a much more creative spin on things.