Minor Issues: Swearing can be a good thing in the age of artificial intelligence

According to research by Professor Timothy Jay from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 2013, an average person swears up to 80 times a day. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: UNSPLASH
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SINGAPORE – “Swearing, a curse word/Spilled from lips in moments of rage/A sign of frustration.”

This poem on swearing was not written by me, but by the artificial intelligence engine, ChatGPT.

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