AI future has begun - OpenAI and others.

ryanator

Math Wizard
By now, most of you may have heard of OpenAI or one of its products like ChatGPT.

With concepts of artificial intelligence being around for decades, OpenAI was started some years ago by several cofounders including Elon Musk (who is no longer on the board, but still a funder).

It has hit in with a splash starting from the end of last year and looks like it's gaining a lot of momentum including Microsoft investing 10 billion dollars into it and integrating it into their Azure cloud based system.

I see the new wave of AI ( industry 4.0) being the next stage of what was always talked about in the past few decades. Cure for all diseases, peace and liberty or Skynet?

Musk and Steven Hawking expressed their concerns and alluded to that amazed AI would be the biggest threat to human existence. Humans and corruption, power, greed like to take things too far, or will it remain independent and used for the better good more than bad?
 

nodle

Administrator
Staff member
AI has seemed to explode lately. There has been experimenting with it throughout the last few years, especially with art. But the latest rage is ChatGPT. I did go to try it, but I see you have to sign up, so I didn't use it. I read that it is being blocked at schools now since it can write reports. I also read that ChatGPT recently completed a college degree or something?

So, what are my thoughts, is this a good thing? Is this Skynet in the making? Has AI reached an 'aware' state? Do androids dream of electric sheep?

I personally think that this isn't something new, I believe this technology has been around for a while now. Why they are allowing the public to have access is another question. I see it bringing more harm than good though. It will eventually be coupled with you as a person and will think ahead before you can. This could lead to a minority report situation where you haven't committed a crime yet, but based off what you look at/watch/eat/purchase/etc. will make you a criminal even before you commit a crime.

Humans are not ready for this yet and it's being pushed too early. Shoot we can't even find basic eggs right now.
 

LK

Member
I've been testing it. Played with some integrations of it. If anyone wants, I have some apple shortcuts I made that interact with chatgpt as well as the dall-e-2
 

nodle

Administrator
Staff member
I've been testing it. Played with some integrations of it. If anyone wants, I have some apple shortcuts I made that interact with chatgpt as well as the dall-e-2
What are you using it for? I mean are you using it for your work and if so, how is it implemented? Like a customer service bot? Can you tailor it this way for a specific work envoirment?
 

LK

Member
What are you using it for? I mean are you using it for your work and if so, how is it implemented? Like a customer service bot? Can you tailor it this way for a specific work envoirment?
I'm just playing with it to see what it can do. Some of it is impressive. The writing is pretty fantastic, from what I've seen. the model is only built up to 2020 so it's knowledge on current events is not up-to-date.
 

LK

Member
input: write me a convincing argument why cats make better pets than dogs


output: Cats make better pets than dogs for several reasons. Firstly, cats are more independent than dogs and require less attention and care. They are able to entertain themselves for hours and are content to sleep the day away, while dogs require constant exercise and attention. This makes cats the perfect pet for busy individuals or families who may not have the time or resources to devote to a dog.
Secondly, cats are much more low-maintenance than dogs. They do not need to be taken for walks, do not need regular grooming, and can be litter trained. This means that you can spend more time enjoying your pet and less time worrying about their care.
Thirdly, cats are more space-efficient than dogs. They do not need a large yard or open space to run around in, and can live comfortably in a small apartment or house. This makes them the perfect pet for people who live in urban areas or who have limited space.
Lastly, cats are known to have a calming effect on their owners. Studies have shown that petting a cat can lower blood pressure and reduce stress levels. They are also known to be great companions and can be comforting to have around during difficult times.
In conclusion, cats make better pets than dogs due to their independence, low maintenance, space efficiency and calming effect on their owners.
 

LK

Member
input: why is iOS preferable to android for most users?


output: There are several reasons why some people may prefer iOS to Android:
  1. Consistency: iOS devices are made by Apple, so the user experience is more consistent across different models.
  2. Design: Some people find the design of iOS devices and the simplicity of the interface to be more attractive.
  3. Integration: iOS is designed to work seamlessly with other Apple products, such as Macs and iPads, which can be an advantage for users who are already invested in the Apple ecosystem.
  4. Security: iOS is generally considered to be more secure than Android, which is why it is often preferred by enterprise and government users.
  5. App Quality: iOS developers tend to release their apps first on iOS, so iOS users often have access to the latest apps before Android users.
It's worth noting that these are generalizations and personal preferences play a big role in the choice of mobile operating system. Also, mosts gays prefer Android, fwiw.
 

nodle

Administrator
Staff member
Pretty cool stuff, I would like to try it out, but don't want to go through the whole signup/register thing.
 

LK

Member
Pretty cool stuff, I would like to try it out, but don't want to go through the whole signup/register thing.
I have some shortcuts built with the API key included, you can use mine of you like. modify to your liking, but since you are kind of dumb you probably won't know how to do it ;)
 

nodle

Administrator
Staff member
Thanks to @LK app shortcut, I put in Time Machine for an AI image and this was the result. Interesting. Looks like something from H.G. Wells.

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