Hi Thomas, thank you for the comment!

Actually, reaching the number one spot on HN is quite a feat (I did it myself with my article "OpenAI Sold its Soul for $1 Billion"). Here's Porr's article now (198 points and 71 comments). Here's mine (303 points and 86 comments).

Furthermore, his article was submitted on July 20 and the MIT Tech Review article was published on August 14 (already more than 3 weeks apart). I don't think Karen Hao would be interested in some article on HN just because it was written by GPT-3.

Apart from the fact that you can't upvote your own article more than once, the truth is HN can drive a lot of traffic to an article. I got 81K views on the OpenAI one and half are from there, directly or indirectly. It's quite possible to attract 26,000 readers.

What do you think?

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