I don’t know about you, but I would have an immediate point to make in this regard.
OpenAI, creator of this system tells:
We launched ChatGPT as a research preview so we could learn more about the strengths and weaknesses of the system and gather user feedback to help us improve its limitations. Since then, millions of people have provided us with feedback, we have made several major upgrades, and we have seen users find value in a wide range of professional use cases, including writing and editing content, brainstorming ideas, helping with programming, and learning new topics.
Let’s try to dwell on the listed features:
– Content drafting and editing: indeed, this system can write text, surely better than me who never turn out to be good to the infamous SEO analysis 🙂
– Brainstorming ideas: at the level of creativity, I think to the possibility to create images by inserting only a few words.
In this sense the storm can occur with the results, as the creators themselves explain in this video
– Learning new topics: it also winks at education by presenting the chances as interactive and accessible to students.
We love our free users and will continue to offer free access to ChatGPT. By offering this subscription price, we will be able to help support the availability of free access to as many people as possible.
But aren’t users teaching?
I was also struck by another clarification posted on the official page ChatGPT Optimizing Language Models for Dialogue, a link leads to “aligning language models” and specifies the following:
We have trained language models that are much better at following user intentions than GPT-3, making them also more truthful and less toxic, using techniques developed through our alignment research. These InstructGPT models, which are trained with humans in the loop, are now deployed as predefined language models on our API.
Less toxic … I suppose toxicity refers to how previous projects have learned even elements let’s say not politically correct.
The difference between man and machine is just that: imperfection.
Am I wrong?
Do you think we will get to the point where we will be the ones learning from AI and not vice versa?
I could go on, more and more, would you like to mention other examples as well?
The world is full of shadows …
I wonder how the choice to call Shadow even a computer that can be accessed remotely came about.
It is is a powerful Windows PC that allows to use any kind of application without buying hardware, which as you know, tends to be obsolete very quickly, as well as expensive.
A faculty that opens up a kind of new and important revolution with respect to the use of technology in our daily lives.
Or do you see it more as another standardization?
The obvious and immediate benefits come in the form of being able to operate at maximum power without having to shell out large sums in equipment purchases.
Also at the level of the environment, the exploitation of certain materials would certainly be reduced, and above all, the need for disposal of many devices would be reduced, since everyone would be able to operate with the available device, simply by connecting.
However, connection may also be the first downside: if it goes off, all work would stop.
The same if the “server” would break.
And again: the conditions at the beginning may appear advantageous, but the costs could rise uncontrollably, as we are unfortunately seeing.
So there is a risk of finding oneself regretting the old PC, perhaps slow but working.
Light, or shadow?
While we decide, something “dark” undoubtedly is the cloud!
I can’t help but think about the scene in which Jason Segel yells at Cameron Diaz, “nobody knows what the cloud is!”
The infamous cloud: a kind of black hole where our data ends up, or a valuable opportunity?
But to go so far as to talk about virtual children is far beyond that.
Virtual children or even tamagotchi kids, that is the definition that went viral after the publication of Catriona Campbell‘s book which, however, I have not read. Have you?
Artificial intelligence and Metaverse, two concepts that are gradually entering our lives.
It is these days, for example, the news of the first degree in the Metaverse, although the term Metaverse was coined thirty years ago: in 1992, in the book Snow Crash written by Neal Stephenson.
His project Lamina1: a Level 1 blockchain created specifically to enhance the open Metaverse, in collaboration with Peter Vessenes, considered a pioneer of cryptocurrencies, and founder of the first Bitcoin company.
Lamina1 therefore envisions itself as the base level for the Open Metaverse, a place that privileges creators, technical and artistic, providing support, spatial computing technology and a community to support those who are building the Metaverse.
Have you already thought about what your avatar might look like?
Having an alter ego still remains quite different from having a virtual child, yet these images show how far the line has already been crossed.
A year ago I was telling you about Gaia X and now we have Baby X
… interact with the computer as if you were interacting with a person are you comfortable with this concept?
When we talk about Artificial Intelligence, we immediately think of cutting-edge technologies, robots capable of understanding and deciding the actions to be taken and a futuristic world in which machines and humans coexist. In fact, Artificial Intelligence and its use are much more real than one might imagine and are now used in several sectors of daily life. However, these are less invasive uses than what is thought or what is often shown by science fiction films that have found the inspiration for many more or less successful series in the theme of Artificial Intelligence.
But are we really sure that these are really “less invasive uses than what is shown in the movies?”
The video below shows the presentation of the first virtual anchorman for XINHUA, we are in 2018
On December 20, 2021, a National Business Daily journalist announces that he is virtual after seventy days, I also write it in number: 70 days of programming, during which it was broadcast without no one would notice anything.
The Chinese state media NBD then illustrated, in collaboration with the artificial intelligence company Xiaoice, the official launch of their TV programs: live news broadcast entirely managed by Artificial Intelligence.
Xiaoice 微软 小冰, which defines itself The unicorn born of a giant, is linked to Microsoft, which transformed it into an independent company on July 13, 2020.
Here you can find the official video and description of the project that is part of China’s 14th Five-Year Plan under Key digital technologies: innovation and application
Our focus will be on high-end chips, operating systems, key AI algorithms, sensors and other key fields. Go on here.
Now, it would seem that given the level of many journalists, unfortunately, such a condition would not make much difference … but there is little to joke about.
What do you think?
Is there a present or past journalist who, on the contrary, you particularly respect?