>90% of new startups in the coming years will just be ChatGPT with fancy UI Posted on March 2, 2023 by Anonymous >90% of new startups in the coming years will just be ChatGPT with fancy UI
and thats a good thing. I'm sick of having to toil and perform actions on shitty UIs.
How do you actually use ChatGPT for that? Wouldn't that require the intent classification API?
im hoping that's what the startups will figure out. Having plain chatgpt as an idea generator assistant for every app will get old fast, they better think of some new uses for it
>Frontend that lets you see history and replay older chats and continue them from an arbitrary point
Valuation: $410 million dollars
Employees: 210, 50 of which are HR.
I've seen enough shit to know this will happen.
>Learn Firebase for brainless serverless backend
>Learn React.JS for fancy UI
>Make all my graphical design in DALL-E
>Hire remote at-will pajeet contractors for other brainless busywork
>Code most of my business in ChatGPT
>Literally make it just a fancy POST request to ChatGPT API, but pre-process it with switch-case statements and regular expressions to basically engineer the prompt for the customer
>Make ten copies of the product, fine-tuned for some niche that big businesses and government agencies are willing to pay for
>Swim in millions
Rate my business idea BOT
there are several hundred thousand people with more capital than you already doing this in seattle silicon valley frisco and nyc
While that's true, my hutch is that most of them are boggled down by:
> Offices and retarded "team-building" money pits
> moron, w*men and chuds hires
> HR departments and middle manager box tickers doing "work"
> Nonsense trends like Scrum
Whereas I would be able to offer prices that the market wouldn't be able to afford to compete due to colossal churn.
Where's the caveat?
you are prejudiced, sexist, and close minded by the sound of it
you narrow your market to unprofitable bottleneck by exclusion and folly of the above
Are you trying to defend woke point hires?
typical esl jumping to conclusions that don't exist and aren't stated
I didn't knew mutts had no concept of 'conversational implicature'.
AKA being an insufferable disingenuous moron
That doesn't make sense. You can hate someone and still take their money lol. I hate morons but I still resell sneakers to morons.
Fucking perfect. I intend to write regular software and I welcome the lack of competition.
indeed we need a startup holocaust
Such is the nature of new tech. People invent something and then people try to find ways to apply it and make some money.
This isn't anything new. Watch CNBC or any other financial news stream for a while and you'll recognize the same old song and dance. With crypto, with AI, with "self-driving" cars, with metaverse, and with a thousand other boom bust cycles that aren't technology related but revolve more around layered financial products. And the thing is everyone knows it's a boom-bust cycle; they're just trying to get in on the boom and leave before the bust.
I was watching Bloomberg and saw them interviewing a Vive exec and asking what their plans around adding "AI's like ChatGPT" to their platform. Bitch, VR's been using Neural Net modelling to improve tracking and prediction behavior for a decade and you're asking them if they're going to duck tape a voice assistant to their core competency?
But the point is you just have to learn how to tune it out. It's not anything new and it's never going to stop and nobody is impressed with your "I told you so"s because they already knew.
If you give me ChatGPT with an anime girl model and personality on top that can remember conversations with me I will pay $100 a month subscription no cap
>Implying the last generation of startups were doing anything creative and not just slapping a theme on a CRM and "disrupting" markets
chatgpt is nothing new, is just a search engine for mentally challenged people that have problems using regex.