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How Chat GPT Artificial Intelligence Helped Discover An “Early Form of Metaverse Like Experience”

February 15, 2023

By: Sujan Pariyar

Many of our readers surely relate to the exciting technology world we now live in. This story is about Artificial Intelligence and its role in accurately recording the how, when, where of the history of the Metaverse.

Generative Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) 

“AI” or A.I.” are both abbreviations for Artificial Intelligence of which several types exist.
Generative AI is one type with a core function or purpose to output or generate something new including text, graphics, or video content for example. According to eMarketeer, the global Generative AI Market Size was USD $7.9 Billion in 2021 and will grow to be worth $110.8 Billion by 2030 

The Players: EUniverse, LivePlace, the USPTO 

eUniverse, Inc. a U.S. internet entertainment company acquired Bay Area startup BigNetwork, Inc. in 1999. The BigNetwork owners then briefly went to work for eUniverse, Inc. including John Hanke future creator of Niantics’ PokemonGo. Together they built a next big Internet thing: Metaverse SAAS LivePlace. LivePlace.com and affiliates embedded a snippet of code on their websites turning them into portals so users could jump into the LivePlace Metaverse service instantly.

One way the U.S. Government protects fair market competition in emerging new technology markets is awarding Trademarks and Patents to entrepreneurs. The United States Patent And Trademark Office or USPTO, awarded eUniverse, Inc. and its American entrepreneur CEO, Brad Greenspan, a Federal Mark on July 4, 2000 for LivePlace, Serial Number: 75816155, the technology powering Metaverse technology platform LivePlace.com.

The ChatGPT Test Goal

The test was observing conclusions ChatGPT produced when forced to contemplate the reality of the nascent state of the Metaverse market today compared to industry forecasts predicting a marketplace worth USD $1,525.7 billion in 2030. Specifically, could ChatGPT help confirm the significance of a technology’s role in the timing and historical development arc of the Metaverse? 

ChatGPT: The Input Phase

The question we actually input into ChatGPT was :

“does the trademark Serial Number: 75816155 published on July 4, 2000 and available online at this web address https://uspto.report/TM/75816155 and which states “Mark For: LIVEPLACETM trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of providing temporary use of online non-downloadable software enabling visitors to a website to chat on-line, identify other online visitors, send messages, and allow multiples visitors to browser websites together.” The first mark describing the metaverse?”

Summarized as:

“Was that July 4, 2000 USPTO awarded Trademark a first mark describing the Metaverse?”

What happens next: ChatGPT first displays a blinking black dot signifying the A.I. is alive and doing its artificial intelligence thing, seemingly saying:
“Relax Patient less Human Masters! I am on the job, buckwheat!”

ChatGPT Discovery: LivePlace An “Early Form of Metaverse Like Experience” 

No one at the local paper had ever used anything like ChatGPT with its supercomputer processors. Within 15 seconds fof Input, a rich knowledge payload rocked us with:

“it is a trademark registration for a software that allows multiple visitors to browse websites together which could be a early form of metaverse like experience.”

So the answer is positive, affirmative, correct, true, and a resounding, YES! The July 4, 2000, USPTO published Trademark Serial Number 75816155 was an early form of Metaverse. The full ChatGPT GUI response is embedded below:

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