ChatGPT is just like a sophisticated search engine, no different than Google or Wolfram Alpha in terms of the information it spits out. I'm sick of normies thinking this will change everything. Give me more reasons why ChatGPT and these AI chatbots aren't a massive revolution and won't take away all jobs.
Tell that to the editor who approved
>a story about plebbit
>"Yes, team, because of A.I. we're going to cover Plebbit!"
and there was much dilation in the land
in case you forgot
>Reddit's CEO says the company will continue hosting porn
So now ALL FUCKING PLEBBIT COMMENTARY has to be funneled through
>oh, so you REALLY want to help Steve Huffman run his porn site??
What makes this so completely fucked up is that Steve Huffman decided to turn plebbit into a porn site AFTER he banned /r/rapingwomen, one of the most interesting pages on the internet
So now the chain of events is
1. Steve Huffman bans "controversial" subreddits
2. Steve Huffman announces plebbit is a porn site
3. CNBC writes a story about how interesting this comment on plebbit is
moreover, plebbit is encouraging people to abuse moderation power...plebbit is an anti-social organization
You're trying to hard to be a "BOTner"
I think the charge could be made here and now that A.I. has always been and will always be a matter of
- mobilization control
- press control
And furthermore, A.I. researchers have not firmly established a kind of "Western hegemony led by the U.S.A." that transmits the values of freedom; rather, A.I. has an uneasy relationship with communism and the armed forces responsible for Western security.
Films such as "Wargames" 1983 and "Real Genius" 1985 illustrate the basic principles: both unplanned catastrophe and planned subversion thwart the Western armed forces
>"The Principle of Artificial Intelligence"
>As long as the child races cling to communism
>Treat them as you would treat a child trying to
>Break open the cookie jar and get at a cookie
If anything ChatGPT is just unfucking search after SEO fucked it forever so thank you for temporarily unfucking it.
Google's search has been a machine learning model since 2011. The SEOs "train" the model to their advantage.it won't be long since people start doing the same with ChatGPT et al.
Yes but google had the advantage of collecting data before the internet was dead which is why they have billions of results they have to hide to make room for the two dozen or so pages of results for each search term. Good luck making your own crawlers and indexers to come up with that kind of data now that all the IPs are encrypted and portscanning is dead, why do you think all the search engines rely on google?
neither WolframAlpha nor Google will help me if I ask them to write a sonnet about making frogs lick my dick
Here are some reasons why ChatGPT is not revolutionary:
ChatGPT is a type of AI language model, which has been developed over the past few years, building on existing research in natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning. While ChatGPT is a highly advanced model, it is not the first or only model of its kind.
ChatGPT is limited by the data it is trained on and the algorithms it uses. It cannot truly understand or reason about the world in the way that humans do, and its responses are based on statistical patterns in its training data.
ChatGPT is still a work in progress, and there are many challenges that remain in building truly revolutionary AI systems. While it is a step forward in the field of AI, it is not yet the transformative technology that some may expect.
There are limitations to how ChatGPT can be used in practical applications, particularly in industries where accuracy, privacy, and security are critical factors. For example, it may not be suitable for certain types of legal or medical applications where accuracy and privacy are essential.
Finally, while ChatGPT is an impressive tool, it is important to remember that it is just one of many tools that can be used to solve problems and create value in the world. There are many other technologies and approaches that can be just as valuable, depending on the context and application.
I love that ChatGPT wrote this, and that the entire post could easily be tweaked to showcase how the internet and printing press were also not revolutionary.
First To Market
First To The Egg
You science tards only think objectively and entirely forget about the human factors involved.
You are a retard and you are wrong, here's why:
Yes, ChatGPT is not the first or only AI language model, but that doesn't mean it's not revolutionary. It represents a significant improvement over previous models and has pushed the boundaries of what is possible in the field of NLP.
Regarding the limitations of data and algorithms, it's true that ChatGPT is not capable of true understanding or reasoning about the world. However, it's important to remember that this is a problem for all AI models, not just ChatGPT. The fact that ChatGPT can generate coherent, contextually appropriate responses based on statistical patterns is still a remarkable feat.
Furthermore, the fact that ChatGPT is a work in progress is a testament to its revolutionary potential. There is still so much room for improvement and innovation in the field of AI, and ChatGPT represents a significant step forward.
As for practical applications, ChatGPT has already been used in a variety of industries with great success. While it may not be suitable for all applications, its potential uses are vast and varied.
Finally, I agree that ChatGPT is just one of many tools that can be used to solve problems and create value in the world. However, it's important to recognize the unique advantages that ChatGPT offers, such as its ability to generate natural-sounding language and its potential for use in conversational interfaces.
In conclusion, while ChatGPT may not be perfect or without limitations, its revolutionary potential cannot be denied. We should celebrate the advances that have been made and look forward to the exciting possibilities that lie ahead in the field of AI.
Great, now we have ChatGPT talking to itself on BOT. Give it a few years and we won't be able to recognize who's words are from a real human or not.
how many fucking bots are there on this board? and why here?
you all are fucking dumb and bad at your jobs
If you don't think it will change anything about the internet, why did you mention it in the same breath as two companies that changed everything about the internet?
Some more interesting chatgpt articles from lobsters
It will only take away the jobs that need taking away.... like tech support and Indian call centres.
We need to speed this GPT thing up, frankly.
Also psychologists and guidance counselor bullshit jobs.
how would ai shrink reply to psychotic patients?
Are you confusing psychiatry for psychology again?
It would respond with similar language as clinical psychologists who provide therapy to people prone to psychosis to potentially give them tools to recognized when a psychotic episode is either coming on or happening or behaviors to snap them out of it.
If NXVIUM can cure Tourettes with just word based rational inquiry, there is no reason a chat bot couldn't too.
so something like the following:
Well Doc you see I can't seem to keep from having thoughts of murdering some of my coworkers with a claw hammer... everyday i just want to beat the living shit out of them a little bit more.
I see, tell me something, how does this make you feel?
Is that what your shrink tells you? AI cognitive behavioral therapy would be much more comprehensive.
There are already AI therapists and have been since at least 2016, if you want additional help with your stress induced homicidal ideations, go sign up for one or more and find out the exact help you will be provide by an ai shrink (such as Wysa, Woebot, Limbic, RiseUP, Mindspa, Elomia, Breathhh, Youper, Replika, Unmind, Moodpath, Sanvello, Happify, TalkSpace, Head Space, Depression CBT Self-Help Guide, etc) for yourself.
Well, it certainly has many fascinating aspects I‘ve seen so far, but it’s really terrible at chemistry and not so good in pharmacology, which makes ChatGPT pretty much useless for me.
>ChatGPT is just like a sophisticated search engine, no different than Google or Wolfram Alpha
Smoothest brain on BOT right here.
>no different than Google or Wolfram Alpha
implying neither of these was a big deal, despite being viewed as incremental/minor improvements over contemporaries
It's not that ChatGPT is worthless or has no value. It's that normies seem to think that these chatbots will take away all jobs and that humans won't be employed in any capacity within the next century.
>chatbots will take away all jobs
chatbots will take away a lot of "white collar" "desk" type jobs, which is what people are bitching about. They don't want their Java degree to be worth less than a mechanic or bartender
What happens then once we have the hardware for robot bartenders/fast food workers? Is cost the only limiting factor for automation?
a lot is testing/regulation, you don't want your robot slave to drop a set screw or lubricant in your burger. same thing with drivers, nurses, etc which will take a long time to become reliable and trustworthy enough to really compete with humans on a cost/performance scale.
Does anyone think that ChatGPT will take away all jobs requiring creativity (programming, writing, etc)?
Can robot slaves ever match humans on a cost/performance scale at all forms of labor? Maybe robots CAN do everything a human could do, but wouldn't match humans when it comes to cost/performance?
Not a super informative answer from ChatGPT here
>Does anyone think that ChatGPT will take away all jobs requiring creativity (programming, writing, etc)?
I doubt many people are at the specific level of belief where they think AI is soon going to replace all human endeavor but not full fearmonger doomsday preacher where they think it will immediately exterminate us all
I think the kind of "creative" work that doesn't actually require any creativity like churning out garbage buzzfeed articles or producing shitty stock art for advertisements are already in immediate danger of being replaced. Complex creative jobs that require fine-tuned control or more creativity than just directly rehashing something that was already done don't seem in danger at all from current models, although maybe that will change.
>Does anyone think that ChatGPT will take away all jobs requiring creativity (programming, writing, etc)?
A million kinds of no. ChatGPT is one step advanced past the predictive typing feature on your iPhone. It can generate plausible sounding text; that's all. It can't do it WELL.
>you don't want your robot slave to drop a set screw or lubricant in your burger
You also don't someone's hair, spit or snort in your sandwich, hot dog sausage being inserted into cooch or Number 15 on your Burger King lettuce and yet somehow this malfunctions happen... Humans are messy too.
You also don't want*
>hot dog sausage being inserted into cooch
Personally, I wouldn't call this particular one a 'malfunction.'
>sophisticated search engine
You haven't used ChatGPT a whole lot, have you?
No one cares what you have to say on the subject.
There are 100 million people waiting for Bing AI to launch, for a reason. If you can't understand it, then get left behind. It's not our responsibility to make you see the light, see it on your own or stay blind.
>ChatGPT is just like a sophisticated search engine
It's revolutionary in a sense, that it became mainstream and introduced many new people, who were never interested in this topic before, into the idea AI. The rise in interest may drastically increase the funding for those kind of technologies.
>search engine crunches through an entire index to find what it needs
Ai doesn't do that
I may know more about revolutions than you, but anyone who can say the word revolution is a revolution
Am I the revolution yet?
You are basically right, it's not even a good search engine it frequently makes mistakes.
The only thing people are actually impressed with is the GAN models for generating code and vector graphics. However, this is not exclusive to chatGPT and there are better models.
ChatGPT is basically just a literal garden gnome paying some midwits to write glue code for querry interpretation to feed to other models with an added political filter for no real reason.
Something new and better will come soon, don't give them your 20 bucks.
chatgpt is like a search engine + a compiler that compiles the top 10 results