It’s pretty common knowledge that flying over select parts of Walt Disney World isn’t allowed. In fact, these rules have been in place permanently since 2003 (after being put in temporarily following 9/11). There are certain allowances (which we will come onto later) but in 2020 you can get a close-up view of Walt Disney World from the sky yourself, without ever having to set foot in a real plane thanks to Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020.
The new video game allows you to travel anywhere in the world. Don’t believe us? Check out this TikTok below for a quick flyover of some of the most popular areas of the Walt Disney World Resort. It includes the Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, EPCOT and Disney’s Animal Kingdom:
The problem with using AI to cheat
It’s certainly worrisome that university students can cheat on assignments with the help of an AI. Unfortunately too, it’s not at all unbelievable, considering how sophisticated the ChatGPT app appears to be.
If you’ve been out of the loop, ChatGPT is an AI that will generate you text depending on what prompt you type in. It accesses a gigantic body of reference material to find the information that best correlates with your prompt.
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Microsoft Flight Simulator Game of the Year Edition 2020
I bought Microsoft Flight Simulator, Game of the Year Edition 2020. I’ve never played a flight sim game before, but I knew that the Microsoft Fight Sim is one of the best you can buy. After spending some time with the sim, I already see it is not a standard game, it’s impressive, and some aspects are incredibly life-like.
The sim is tailored to all experiences, from novice pilots to real-life pilots who polish their skills at home using the simulator. There is an extensive Flight Training mode to take part in and complete, from starting and learning the basics of flight in a Cessna plane to flying the big boys, the masterful jumbo jets such as the Boeing 747 to the Airbus.
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He continued: “Then I said, ‘this is real time’ and he said, ‘no fucking way’, and we knew we had something. None of the guys in that room were simmers, and they all felt something.”