How can I contribute to AI as a 27 year old neet? Is learning Python a good first move? Is it too late for me?

How can I contribute to AI as a 27 year old neet? Is learning Python a good first move? Is it too late for me?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    yes too late
    go back to gaming and animes

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      it's not too late but if you have to ask on a pedo website it is too late for you OP.

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    > Is learning Python a good first move?
    Yes
    Learn Python
    Use Stable Diffusion
    Find out things that would improve your workflow and implement them
    Propose improvements to the community
    You're just not going to be able to profit off of it, if that's what you hoped

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      You mean I wont be able to get a job?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        lol no, not right now. not in this environment. this is early internet stuff and everything is being democratized by people who already know how stuff work, want to get better, want to push boundaries and want to disrupt monopolistic tech. nobody is going to hire you b ecause nobody has any idea where the hell this is going to go. the internet changed everything and everything is digital now, likewise, AI is going to change anything and nobody has any idea how to properly use it to capitalize long term. it is disrupting everything

        you're well off long-term by learning it, but dont expect to get a wagie job with nice pay right now. people being paid are people who'er innovating. everyone else dont even know who or what to hire right now, everyone is just witnessing and adopting new tech to cut down on useless workforce

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >nobody is going to hire you b ecause nobody has any idea where the hell this is going to go.
          Idk about any of the other nonsense in that post but this is the truest part of chat GPT and AI in general. It was made without any demand what so ever so there is currently no need for it. That means no jobs are being made since no one can answer "how can chat GPT or AI be used in a meaningful way industry wise". Currently chat GPT is only a useful tool for devs and other tech savvy people and gimmick to anyone else.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >was made without any demand

            The frick are you smoking, an AGI breakthrough would solve a shitload of problems the species is dealingwith

            And GPT actually helps robots to navigate around physical spaces and shit, it's not just a "chatbot"

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              >The frick are you smoking, an AGI breakthrough would solve a shitload of problems the species is dealingwith
              wow great job listing said things!

              bruh
              >disregards my entire post but takes THAT out of it
              There is plenty of need for GPT and AI. People are not hiring, because they don't know where it is going. Instead, they are using what is being created.

              Almost every fricking business has adopted ChatGPT now, and that means no more content writers, fewer secretaries, fewer spreadsheet people, it just means a smaller workforce. But why would you hire an AI guy? What would he do for your company? You utilize GPT, you have no idea what you would do with the AI guy.

              Companies are just witnessing and adopting. They have no idea what to do with AI hirees *right now*, because they have no idea where AI is going. All they can do is to just embrace the new technology and cut down on their workforce. It is the early internet all over again. Digitalization, except the utilization of artificial intelligence this time around with exponential productivity growth by comparison.

              >There is plenty of need for GPT and AI.
              >People are not hiring, because they don't know where it is going.

              choose only one moron.

              >Companies are just witnessing and adopting. They have no idea what to do with AI hirees *right now*, because they have no idea where AI is going.
              This isnt any different than when companies discovered those moronic monkeys and NFTs.

              >Its this "new" tech so it must be exciting! Now uhhhhh how do we make money off of it??
              >years later nothing is catching on

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >choose only one moron.
                cringe, they are not mutually exclusive you mongoloid

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >cringe, they are not mutually exclusive you mongoloid
                They are though, if people cant figure out a reason to hire someone regarding chat GPT then there is no demand for it.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                holy frick you think people are hiring chatgpt prompters? what are you moronic? you think a job in AI means prompting with chatgpt? god damn the absolute state of this thread rn

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >you think
                I know of several such job postings. It's called thr church of Data Scientology

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >holy frick you think people are hiring chatgpt prompters?
                yes

                what are you moronic?
                no, but normies are. do you think they have any idea what chat GPT is or how it works? This is the entire crux of the tech industry and always has been. People said Wix and WordPress would put webdevs out of jobs a decade ago but all that happened is that people hired webdevs because they dont know how to use WordPress or Wix. Same goes with this or any tech ever no matter how easy it is to use.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >They are though, if people cant figure out a reason to hire someone regarding chat GPT then there is no demand for it.
                You can't think of a use case for ChatGPT? I can name you 48 off the top of my head but I won't because I would look moronic. Surely you can see the use for ChatGPT without having it told to you

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >You can't think of a use case for ChatGPT? I can name you 48 off the top of my head but I won't because I would look moronic. Surely you can see the use for ChatGPT without having it told to you
                I can think of many practical uses for it but not anything that would be putting anyone out of a job. Its like saying google search engine is going to put you out of a job because ???

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                content writers are basically replaced anon

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                >content writers are basically replaced anon
                No it just makes their job easier. Someone is still going to have to go and prompt the text, proof read it, and place it where needed.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                homosexual I used to hire content writers and now I just prompt articles myself, why would I hire stupid free lancers. Companies are laying off content writers left and right because one person can do the work of 50 now, and we are not far away from automated content writing. The job of writing content will be as mundane as writing an email, you won't need dedicated employees for it. It will be the side task of some other type of employee.

                GPT also replaces spreadsheet analytics, because it can do it for you. Excel it 50 times as powerful and you don't even need to know how to use it anymore.

                GPT also replaces the need for contracting in various instances, such as to generate campaigns, research and many other things. It is no secret that it is disrupting many industries. Why are you having a hard time picturing people being laid off by it? One person can do the work of 50 with ChatGPT now. It is more powerful than Google, because it basically is Google without the overhead.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            bruh
            >disregards my entire post but takes THAT out of it
            There is plenty of need for GPT and AI. People are not hiring, because they don't know where it is going. Instead, they are using what is being created.

            Almost every fricking business has adopted ChatGPT now, and that means no more content writers, fewer secretaries, fewer spreadsheet people, it just means a smaller workforce. But why would you hire an AI guy? What would he do for your company? You utilize GPT, you have no idea what you would do with the AI guy.

            Companies are just witnessing and adopting. They have no idea what to do with AI hirees *right now*, because they have no idea where AI is going. All they can do is to just embrace the new technology and cut down on their workforce. It is the early internet all over again. Digitalization, except the utilization of artificial intelligence this time around with exponential productivity growth by comparison.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >nobody has any idea where the hell this is going to go

          Nobody ever did. Just do something.

          Go the meme route; prompt engineer. Expand from there as needed, and as you see you can..

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Everyone is hiring for setting up AI infra if you like that sort of thing.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >You're just not going to be able to profit off of it, if that's what you hoped
      OP could make some kind of SaaS though if they wanted to. It would take a while from scratch but it's not impossible, maybe a year or two to have something basic that could have a few customers maybe

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >OP could make some kind of SaaS though if they wanted to
        Yeah but it's too early for that. Companies don't know what SaaS to develop and whether it'd be worth the money or if something better will come out next week. He could land a job for one of the companies developing in-house LLMs, but I adressed that with "people being paid are people who're innovating"

        He would need to be on the bleeding edge, and get hired by a company looking to innovate. Not some entry-level job. It's too early to make a profitable career in AI right now. It is all being democratized. If you wanted to make money, 2010-2023 was pretty much your period. Google paid a lot for AI talent. Now, it'll be a free-for-all for a while. Even Google is scrambling, which says a lot, given it's a $2T company

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Yeah but it's too early for that
          I don't know what you mean. If I just type "stable diffusion" into Google there's a whole bunch of ai related SaaS websites that are charging money for various services, some just rent out stable diffusion instances for example, that's contributing to AI by allowing people to run their workloads. Just that other anon said you can't make money in AI and there's clearly people making money in AI. Maybe that person meant it's hard to make money as an AI researcher but I was just talking in terms of anything related to AI

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >OP could make some kind of SaaS though if they wanted to
        Yeah but it's too early for that. Companies don't know what SaaS to develop and whether it'd be worth the money or if something better will come out next week. He could land a job for one of the companies developing in-house LLMs, but I adressed that with "people being paid are people who're innovating"

        He would need to be on the bleeding edge, and get hired by a company looking to innovate. Not some entry-level job. It's too early to make a profitable career in AI right now. It is all being democratized. If you wanted to make money, 2010-2023 was pretty much your period. Google paid a lot for AI talent. Now, it'll be a free-for-all for a while. Even Google is scrambling, which says a lot, given it's a $2T company

        >OP could make some kind of SaaS though if they wanted to

        You never even needed chat GPT or AI to make a SaaS to begin with and even then its always been a matter of what

        >OP could make some kind of SaaS though if they wanted to
        Yeah but it's too early for that. Companies don't know what SaaS to develop and whether it'd be worth the money or if something better will come out next week. He could land a job for one of the companies developing in-house LLMs, but I adressed that with "people being paid are people who're innovating"

        He would need to be on the bleeding edge, and get hired by a company looking to innovate. Not some entry-level job. It's too early to make a profitable career in AI right now. It is all being democratized. If you wanted to make money, 2010-2023 was pretty much your period. Google paid a lot for AI talent. Now, it'll be a free-for-all for a while. Even Google is scrambling, which says a lot, given it's a $2T company

        said in that "What service software is actually needed?". There are thousands of start ups all built around the idea that some moronic SaaS they came up with will actually be used but dont go anywhere because people just dont care to adopt it.

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Python is easy
    >Go to ChatGPT
    >Describe what you want code to do
    >Receive code

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah you'll probably want to learn some python

    I found this free course the other day and it looks pretty good. I want to do it myself. I've only done the first lesson so far but it seems to cover stable diffusion and other recent ai related things
    https://course.fast.ai/

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's never too late to get a dead-inside soullewd CRUD job

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous
      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        CRUD unironically dropped my IQ by 40 points and made me terminally depressed.

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    definitely too late for AI, you need actual mathematics skills that you typically learn from a professor.

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    You'll do a great labeller for training datasets

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Some stuff to counter the moron FUD itt. Picrel is from here
    https://course.fast.ai
    Written by this guy
    >I have been using and teaching machine learning for around 30 years. I was the top-ranked competitor globally in machine learning competitions on Kaggle (the world’s largest machine learning community) two years running. Following this success, I became the President and Chief Scientist of Kaggle. Since first using neural networks 25 years ago, I have led many companies and projects that have machine learning at their core

    Story of a self study ML guy
    >Isaac Dimitrovsky told us that he had “been playing around with ML for a couple of years without really grokking it… [then] went through the fast.ai part 1 course late last year, and it clicked for me”. He went on to achieve first place in the prestigious international RA2-DREAM Challenge competition! He developed a multistage deep learning method for scoring radiographic hand and foot joint damage in rheumatoid arthritis

    Basically you can do it if you want. Just start whenever you're ready and just keep at it and you'll get better and if you keep at it long enough you'll probably start achieving things. You'll know after a few weeks or months if its something you want to do or not

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Math, coders will be obsolete

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