The company I'm doing my thesis for just terminated most of the junior devs and interns because chatGPT works so well

The company I'm doing my thesis for just terminated most of the junior devs and interns because ChatGPT works so well

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Proof?

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Harry.... my boy... did you put your name in the GPT Chatbot prompt and send the generated articles to the Quibbler? Half the journalists at the Prophet have been laid off, Harry. I got interns at the ministry of magic hanging themselves from the branches of the whomping willow because they can't outwrite your propaganda. *whispers* And.. I know what you did in the room of stable diffusion, Harry. If the aurors from hackernews ever find out about the prompts you made there then I am sure to be sent to Azkaban for tipping you off about it. *stops whispering* All, in all, I am sure you will understand why I can only award Gryffindoor 41 points for this.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Is this written by an AI

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        it's trained on greentext posts from BOT, BOT, /misc/, and /vp/

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          link

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            its free closed source, no link

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      And your other wand

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Ah yes, becoming dependent on a propietary, centralized third party has never gone wrong in the history of things.
    All is well.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      If your company can do that, if they can rely on a 3rd-party like said and if your juniors were outsmarted by an algorithm that simply picks data from the datasets, then
      a) your company was shit in the first place
      b) their programming wasn't a real programming
      c) execs of your company are mouthbreathing morons who also bought into shitcoins, web3 and NFT fads

      I am not going to be afraid from your fear mongering. I simply not. I will keep my job. That is all.
      HAHAHAHAHHA

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Honestly, reputable companies are not gonna replace entry level jobs JUST YET. ChatGPT is unreliable in its services currently, it can be unavailable at any time and can shit out bad code or bad output in other tasks frequently.

        But thinking AI is not going to be a threat to most desk jobs in near future is a mistake. maybe ChatGPT is not going to replace programming jobs per se, however other AI tools specifically made for programming or heck OpenAI itself creating a specizialized tool for programming solely based on Codex neural network isnt too far beyond reach.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Also I would like to add the same goes for non programming jobs as well, AI tools specifically made for certain tasks could easily rise at any time.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          It's still about token processing and data prediction. There is no conscience or intelligence. It's just a Google except you cannot pick your sources and get generalized knowledge.
          The programming version is not far from giving you pajeet snippets of code. It does not understand most of instructions and code does not compile. It does NOT matter how large your model is, because you need to think and understand the abstractions to write proper code.

          Copilot has been out for how long? Was it promised to crash programming job market? Yes it was, yet here we are, nobody even remembers Copilot existed.
          Because it's just a data prediction algorithm that outputs mostly wrong snippets of code

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            I'm impressed by the fact this has to be explained at all, BOT must be the most tech illiterate board out there. Not even polgays are dumb enough to fall for this.

            If your company operates by hiring a bunch of monkeys who will prompt and check given output, sure, you could say it technically "replaced" programming jobs. Would it matter that it still has to be manned by people depends on how much you are willing to ignore this fact.

            People who say this thing will replace anyone are the most soulless bugmen who did not manage to develop a single skill in their entire lives, they do not understand the thinking process, creativity and talent required to create something.

            They think all there is to skill is theoretical knowledge, so if you put datasets of knowledge into machine it will replace you, right?
            They think all there is to engineering is studying in uni and knowing math and putting things in a correct order. All there is to programming is knowing 1 (one) programming language and putting it in a correct order. All there is to art is drawing circles and filling them with colors. They think it's that simple, yet they are not programmers, engineers or artists themselves. Oh, the irony!

            If you fear to be replaced by an AI you did not have a real job or real skill in the first place, you are just bad at life, accept this and let the prompter monkeys take your place.
            Oh, and the most important part out there: hiring a team of humans will cost you cheaper than whatever current tech gimmick there is out there.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >it still has to be manned
              You mean that it has to be managed.
              Like programmers today.
              Actual software development teams don't have programmers free enough to do anything that requires what you think of as skill, and the little they might is just going to be taken care of by the AI manager.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >It's still about token processing and data prediction. There is no conscience or intelligence. It's just a Google except you cannot pick your sources and get generalized knowledge.
            >The programming version is not far from giving you pajeet snippets of code. It does not understand most of instructions and code does not compile. It does NOT matter how large your model is, because you need to think and understand the abstractions to write proper code.

            The pre lobotomized versions of ChatGPT gave very good code in the initial days with minimal prompt inputs and successive prompts for further additions. It doesnt matter whether the AI "truly understands" the meaning of what code is required, all that matters is that we input what code we need and it outputs exactly that code or better. The Codex neural network seems sophisticated enough to easily replace junior level devs if it was made available in a tool that was reliable, ChatGPT is not that tool but repurposing it in a new tool well optimized for programming will not be too difficult for OpenAI to make. Especially if that new tool has the potential to be the biggest revenue generator for them.

            >Copilot has been out for how long? Was it promised to crash programming job market? Yes it was, yet here we are, nobody even remembers Copilot existed.
            >Because it's just a data prediction algorithm that outputs mostly wrong snippets of code
            Copilot pales in comparison to ChatGPT's pre lobotomized capabilities. So Microsoft/OpenAI would likely update Copilot's Codex neural network with teh advancements in GPT3.5 version of ChatGPT. It will further keep evolving as GPT-4 releases, sure it may not be the 1000 trillion parameters level that was falsely gossiped about. But still the capabilities are undeniable and you are going to see them in a paid version soon enough

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >It doesnt matter whether the AI "truly understands" the meaning of what code is required, all that matters is that we input what code we need and it outputs exactly that code or better.
              but you need to understand code to be able to tell the result is good or not. I think this kind of tech is more likely to become one of the tools devs will use rather than replacing devs

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                You would only need a 1 dev to review the code that AI will provide, raher than a team of devs doing code review of each other. So it would likely replace most dev jobs maybe not all. If it gets so good that its code that it can review itself with automated unit tests and update code based on on the failures found then perhaps that 1 dev may also not be needed

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                >code review of each other
                nocoder please, have some fricking shame before you talk about things you have no clue about, can you? Why are you trying to talk shit when you don't even know how review process is done?

                Why are you making things up to justify your fairy tale, what gives, does it make you happy or what?

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    bs
    i've tried writing code through chatGPT and its nowhere near automation level efficiency.

    You basically end up spending about the same amount of time you would have programming, descriping what you what it to generate instead.

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous
  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >junior devs and interns
    and nothing of value was lost.

  7. 1 year ago
    TheCunnyMaster

    Hug, pat and kiss Homura-chan, then nakadashi and later cuddle in panties while fricking Madoka-chan.

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Just when you think the depths of shitty, weak bait has been reached...you posted.

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