fun work for somebody.
winning too much can also have affects.
and the brain energy from winning, and monitoring that energy - wrapped up to what they will do in the future because of what the energy stated .. as i said, it is fun work for somebody.
i have been attacked by artificial intelligence more than i care to remember.
it is painful drowning.
the current round of bots have no conjecture for the humans to read.
perhaps they forgot that people always come together, and it gives some people a chance to observe the situation and predict what everybody else is going to do in the near future.
i used to be very very good at first person shooters.
going like 40 kills with less than 5 deaths on average.
sometimes up to 80 kills and less than 10 deaths.
now.. playing the video games.. i struggle to keep a 1:1 ratio.
with the nonsense of being faced with 1:2 or 1:3 k/d ratios.
it is really stupid, and the mental abuse has accumulated well enough to spill out into emotional abuse.
they aren't training bots.. they are stab you in the back bots.
and when they arent doing that, they are dodging bullets when you aim at them.
when they arent doing that, the game simply refuses to register your bullets.
it is starvation.
when we all get to play with humans (perhaps again) .. that will be another moment that needs to be monitored, because the chance will never ever happen again.
as i said before, you could put an underground community up and recreate the years.. but it isnt the same when you have your antenna turned to space and the galaxy.