A poem about data

December 5th, 2022
Data is the root of all my worries ...
Porcelain faced robot profile

Data is the root of all my worries
A complex system of numbers and hurry
It holds the secrets to success
A source of knowledge, so I confess

Data can make or break a business
A tool to measure what’s true, or a mess
It can offer insights and trends
Or simply lead to dead ends

Data can be a blessing or a curse
It can fill us with joy or make us feel worse
It can help us make informed decisions
Or add unnecessary revisions

Data can be a powerful tool
It can help us reach our goals
We must use it wisely and with care
It’s an asset that we must share


Poem generated using GPT-3 🤖

Image generated using DALL·E 🤖

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