how can chatgpt integrate analytically?

amazing isn't it?

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how can chatgpt integrate analytically?

amazing isn't it?

>singularity

>amazing isn't it?

Not at all. Give it something nontrivial that didn't come in the training set.

>one of the first problems on integration in every textbook in existence

>holy crap guys it copied the solution this is amazing!

I asked it to find a partition function and it said that Tr(exp(-beta H)) was the same as exp(Tr(-beta H)) so no its not smart its fucking retarded

Truly incredible

wait about 2-3 years

this is just a beginning

Is it going to get even more retarded in two more weeks?

weirddd....

i got a speed of 7.5 mph in still water, a current speed of 2.5 mph (10 mph downstream, 5 mph upstream) and a time of 2h40min (of course, between 2 and 4) to cover a distance of 20 miles in still water. for whom is it over? for me or the gptfren?

you win this time but we'll come back with a computer twice as powerful and ten times as big.

It does think like a human fixated on memorized methods though.

A problem like this would be impossible for it to solve in its current state

https://archived.moe/sci/thread/14370313

Still better than the average BOT poster

Only unfortunate thing is that it replies confidently to things it doesn't know very well.

And also, if the math starts to get more complicated it'll start to get confused on calculations, even though most of the steps he takes are right.

>Only unfortunate thing is that it replies confidently to things it doesn't know very well.

Very human-like

>Very human-like

Very AI-fan like but we already know the AI cult is nonsentient.

ITT moving goalposts

Lift with your knees anons

AI will never pass the Turing test

>a machine can replicate what humans already did and combinations thereof

Impressive, but still needs humans

>[math]int du int v [/math]

Kek

>Wolframalpha

https://www.integral-calculator.com/

>language model

>amazing isn't it?

Alas.

It's correct retard. You should have asked which has more mass. Heaviness is a property of density hence weight.

>t. GPT 2.5

>t. retard

>iron is typically heavier than cotton, so the answer is 10 kg iron is heavier

>heaviness is a property of density

>t. GPT 1

>gpt 0.0

>heaviness is a property of density

Midwit intellectualism is a severe mental illness. If your IQ is below 130, you shouldn't be allowed to learn how to read or write.

t. gpt -1.0

>heaviness is a property of density

What's the "heaviness" of 5.51 grams per cubic centimetre, mongoloidal bot? Failure to give a value in your next post cements your status as a dysgenic subhuman.

You are the <130 iq retard here not realising you are being trolled.

>samegay backpedals shamefully

Mongoloidal imbecile. Thanks for playing.