what are some great AI accomplishments in the last few months?

what are some great AI accomplishments in the last few months? Stable Diffusion images are amazing, and GPT is amazing, but has anybody used it to produce anything of value? seems to me like the AIs are only replacing jobs that were making more damage to society than help, like clickbait writers, artists, indian customer service, but has not been able to replace anything of value, or even to produce new things of value, it just means that now instead of interacting with indian customer service you interact with an AI simulated indian, but has any company done anything actually worth it with it?

it seems amazing for homework too, but i'm not studying anymore, a few guys have started using GPT for coding in my company too, but if anything they have turned into shittier coders lately, it may be a coincidence, but makes me think that they didn't turn into 100x chad coders, but became somehow worse despite having AI support now, like they produce code that is worse structured and harder to understand than before, and they seem to have issues iterating and fixing the code afterwards when bugs come up

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  1. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    it made actors seething, and stopped all woke morons from making anymore pozzed movies/tv

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      it's true that AI is annoying the worst people in the world, but replacing people that were making the world worse with AI still makes the world worse, i'm interested in areas where AI develops new things or helps productive people be even more productive in a way that impacts the real world

  2. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Medicine has had great strides.
    An AI system called IDx-DR was FDA approved in 2018 for detecting diabetic retinopathy. In clinical trials it was able to identify the disease in retinal images with over 90% accuracy, similar to expert physicians. It's now in use to improve and accelerate diabetic eye disease diagnosis.
    AI software called Viz.AI analyzes CT scans for early signs of stroke. It's already in use at over 100 hospitals to reduce stroke treatment times by up to 60 minutes by quickly notifying doctors when a stroke is detected. Getting treatment faster improves outcomes.
    Companies like Tempus and PathAI are using AI to analyze cancer gene data to identify the most effective therapy options for each patient. This personalized approach has shown success in improving treatment response rates.
    The company Babylon Health has an AI-powered chatbot that can provide diagnosis and treatment advice. In one study it achieved an accuracy of 83% - comparable to human doctors. The chatbot helps provide basic care more efficiently.
    So in summary, while AI in medicine is still evolving, there are growing numbers of applications already being used in the real world and demonstrating concrete improvements in accuracy, speed, and quality of care. The benefits are reaching patients now, not just future potential. Let me know if any other examples would be helpful!

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      medicine is also full of people making the world worse, you would have to first fix medicine, so that making it go faster with AI would help anybody

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        You asked about A.I., you got an answer about A.I.
        It's your fault that you didn't get the answer you wanted, you got the answer you asked for.
        In summary: You're getting stupider.

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          i asked clearly in the OP examples of AI making something good go faster, not something bad go faster, it's very clearly stated that i agree that AI can make things faster, but seems to only be making bad things go faster so far

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            I bet you thought that sounded really intelligent in your head.

  3. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    a better question is can you name one non-deterministic job where AI won't help?
    If you had a job or a hobby that was digital and weren't underage you would already be using it

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      AI seems to have completely flopped in self-driving cars and trains, the train infrastructure in the USA is in shambles, and all the dreams about self-driving trains making it cheaper have failed catastrophically so far

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        because unlike making images or asking questions, if an ai makes a typo 0.01% of the time, thats fine, but if that same chance is taken with human life in driving, you wont see wide adoption, also it didnt flop anyway, for particular clean and easy to navigate roads you already have full self driving cars/trucks that are safe, as those get cheaper and roads get better you will see more and more of the self driving cars

        >If you had a job or a hobby that was digital
        yes, but that is still just AI being really good at giving people's brains dopamine hits, while having zero positive impact in anything impacting the physical world

        when any person has a basically free personal assistant secretary that is already pretty smart that can automate almost anything on a PC I definitely wouldn't call that "zero impact" lmao, as ive said, YOU are the one doing 0 things of value for society as you dont have a job and so you didnt experience how much AI can help at anything

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          >when any person has a basically free personal assistant secretary that is already pretty smart that can automate almost anything on a PC I definitely wouldn't call that "zero impact" lmao, as ive said, YOU are the one doing 0 things of value for society as you dont have a job and so you didnt experience how much AI can help at anything
          i haven't seen anybody adopting AI in their personal work and getting a big productivity boost, i'll agree when i see it. though i admit it's great for cheating on homework because homework has clear answers that don't involve interacting with real-world pushback

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            >i haven't seen anybody adopting AI in their personal work and getting a big productivity boost
            because, again, and for the last time, (you), dont, have, a, job.

            if you worked in IT, in any branch you would see how much time it saves on a daily basis for example
            you mention homework as the only thing you can see as an example because indeed, that is the only thing you know currently in life, school.

            • 8 months ago
              Anonymous

              >(you), dont, have, a, job.
              i do, i work in it, developers who have started using AI are producing code that is harder to read, and seem to have become unable to fix bugs when iterating on issues, they have become dumber in my experience

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >If you had a job or a hobby that was digital
      yes, but that is still just AI being really good at giving people's brains dopamine hits, while having zero positive impact in anything impacting the physical world

  4. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Where is the AI powered database I can stick stuff in then ask it for without knowing exactly what I want?

  5. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    AI is automation, so it fills in the gaps, increasing productivity. When making an entire AI product it still requires A LOT of human direction to produce such a thing. And then you don't receive any credit from people because "an AI did it".

    For example, see this little game here:
    https://store.steampowered.com/app/2240920/Vaudeville/
    Mixed reviews, but it would've still been very difficult to put it together (you can even use your microphone to talk instead of typing). But despite the difficulty, everyone hates it and calls it a piece of shit, and maybe it is a piece of shit, but that's hardly motivating is it?

    So this stuff has a slow take off. We probably need to wait for a AAA game company to do it.

  6. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Maybe not a direct correlation, but phishing attacks have almost doubled overnight this year for both my org and for my personal email. I now see phishing emails that have very obvious ChatGPT generations. The writing has the signature sterile but oddly cordial and snarky tone, even when it doesn't make sense for that context.
    >IRS
    >We hope this messages finds you well

  7. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    It filled the holes in the heart of a bunch of anons.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      cute :3

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