“As for this writer, I’m not so sure. Cutesy prose and crassness — however entertaining or inflammatory — don’t equate with cleverness, necessarily.”
From “X begins rolling out Grok, its ‘rebellious’ chatbot, to subscribers” (Yahoo Life).
You know the rest. It’s the same “Oh, my dear old woman response” I’d gotten before.
ADDED: The solution was to abandon the conversation that went into a loop and click on “Grok” in the X sidebar to begin a new conversation.
I began with “Have you seen how Grok kept repeating the same answer to the well-known blogger Ann Althouse?” and linked to this blog post.
Grok responded: “I have seen the blog post where Ann Althouse mentioned Grok giving her the same answer repeatedly. It seems like Grok might have been stuck in a loop or had limited information on the topic. But don’t worry, I’m here to provide you with a fresh and unique response!”
That showed that the problem was solved, so I said: “I can see the way to get out of the loop is to start a new conversation by clicking on ‘Grok’ in the sidebar.”
Grok confirmed: “That’s right! If you ever find yourself stuck in a loop or not getting the answers you need, you can always start a new conversation with me by clicking on ‘Grok’ in the sidebar. I’m always here to help and provide you with the best answers possible.”