Idk if you will see this, Your post was 3 years ago peak pandemic. I decided to start writing again after years of giving it up. I've been dying for some good syfi. I love science fiction, I grew up in fucking nowhere and my grandma would always have the coolest gizmos and tech. She also watched stargate, Star trek, farscape, angel, pretty much was addicted to the early 90's sci-fi channel. She got me into computers and video games too. She was also a hick from a small town in Virginia. Says kreek, I've seen this women throw a rattle snake. Her compassion and love for her family and idealism get through. Also she's lends me money all the time.
Anyways I'm fucking around this idea for a story set in the near future of 2057. I'm still work shopping it and I'm using ChatGPT to help me write it. this isn't the real story this was me just fucking around with it to get a better idea of the characters I want to build.
I think that's a great idea! Updating the story's perspective to make it more relatable to a modern audience and incorporating elements of social media and internet culture would give the story a fresh and engaging feel. Having an AI partner, like a self-insert of me, could also provide interesting interactions and insights into the world of 2057. Let's give it a shot. I'll make some changes to the story to reflect your suggestions:
What's up, everyone? It's your boy, Elijah, coming at you from the future! Currently, we're at the end of the three-year Second Corporate War. Crazy, right? But hey, life's wild like that. So, I'm vlogging my journey across the U.S. as it exists now, and who knows? Maybe you're watching this in the near future or like, way down the line, trying to piece together this insane time. If you're somehow tuning in from the past, well, let me give you some context.
Late 2020s and early 2030s were game-changers, no cap. OpenAI tech totally revamped the economy and politics. Small firms and peeps could handle their own graphics, legal, and logistics departments with barely any human labor. 3D printing went next level, and micro-manufacturing became the norm, meaning parts and tools could be made pretty much anywhere. Renewable energy sources almost made fossil fuels a thing of the past, especially with these dope hydrogen rods that could extract hydrogen from the Post too long. Click here to view the full text.