Dorje Chang

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@Dorje Chang You beat me to it. Very impressed with it so far.

@Leo Gura you should check this out!


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It just seems like a glorified google search to me but I've only played with it for 5 minutes

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On 03/12/2022 at 3:52 AM, Dryas said:

It just seems like a glorified google search to me but I've only played with it for 5 minutes

That is kind of a compliment since search engines are universally used and an indispensible technology. 

I'm finding ChatGPT genuinely useful and informative. For example, it is already good enough to tutor school and university students on many topics. 

The cost of running queries is probably too high at the moment for it be widely available at low cost, but I predict that future iterations of ChatGPT and similar systems will become an everyday technology as soon as this becomes economically feasible.

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21 minutes ago, Dorje Chang said:

That is kind of a compliment since search engines are universally used and an indispensible technology. 

I'm finding ChatGPT genuinely useful and informative. For example, it is already good enough to tutor school and university students on many topics. 

The cost of running queries is probably too high at the moment for it be widely available at low cost, but I predict that future iterations of ChatGPT and similar systems will become an everyday technology as soon as this becomes economically feasible.

@Dorje Chang imo That's cool af!

You planning to dedicate your career to this, or is it more of a hobby?


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On 04/12/2022 at 10:36 AM, Ulax said:

@Dorje Chang imo That's cool af!

You planning to dedicate your career to this, or is it more of a hobby?

I already work in machine learning, but not in natural language processing specifically.  It's an interesting area, though! 

Just like with AI art, it's becoming more and more accessible so anybody can try the tool itself.  

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Used it this morning at work when drafting a pretty extensive message on new product features. What would have taken me about 40 minutes (with editing) took 15 and the notes were really good. It can also write usable code and even re-create a form of the internet (see twitter). Add on top of it its ability to make poetry, speak about some complicated financial and science topics with nuance mind-blowing even some experts...this is pretty extraordinary. What's even more shocking is that an even more powerful version will be released in the next few months according to OpenAI. 

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One of my favorite instances so far is where someone told ChatGPT to imagine a virtual machine.

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This is really interesting to play with, thanks for sharing! But its also quite frightening. There are some really interesting answers It could provide: 

Input: How to find my life purpose?

1. Identify your passions: Think about what you truly love to do, what activities bring you joy and energy, and what topics interest you the most. 2. Reflect on your strengths and skills: Consider what you’re naturally good at, what talents you’ve developed over the years, and what areas of knowledge you’re particularly knowledgeable in. 3. Ask yourself meaningful questions: Questions such as “What values do I want to live by?” and “What would I do if I had no fear?” can help to clarify your purpose. 4. Talk to people you trust: Ask people who know you well what they think your purpose is. They may be able to provide valuable insight. 5. Take a personality test: Online personality tests such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator can help you to understand your strengths and preferences. 6. Try new things: Experimenting with different hobbies or activities can help you to identify things that you’re passionate about. 7. Meditate: Meditation can help you to clear your mind and focus on what matters to you. 8. Spend time in nature: Nature can help to...

Not bad advice :D

Input: Make an argument for atomic energy

Atomic energy is an incredibly efficient and cost-effective form of energy production. It is a clean energy source that produces no emissions or pollutants, and its fuel costs are relatively low. It is also a reliable energy source, with a capacity factor of 90%, meaning it can produce energy around the clock. In addition, it is a safe energy source with a high safety record, and its nuclear waste is much less hazardous than other forms of energy production. Furthermore, it has the potential to be a global energy source, helping to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. Finally, it can be a major source of jobs and economic development, providing a range of employment opportunities for engineers, scientists, and other professionals.

 

Input: Make an argument against atomic energy

Atomic energy is a dangerous form of energy production. It relies on the use of nuclear fission, a process that releases radiation, which can be harmful to both people and the environment. In addition, the waste produced by atomic energy is highly radioactive and must be stored in specialized, monitored facilities. This waste can remain hazardous for thousands of years, presenting a long-term environmental risk. Furthermore, there is always the potential risk of a nuclear meltdown, which can cause catastrophic damage to the environment, as seen most recently in the Fukushima Daiichi disaster. Finally, mining and refining of uranium, the fuel used in nuclear reactors, can cause environmental damage as well as harm to local populations.

 

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What do you guys theorize on the actual groundbreaking uses of this? As @Dryas says it seems to me like an evolution of a search engine that can go a level deeper than just formulating queries. I can't think of how this will change the world. 

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AI is becoming so scary. I can't imagine how the world will look like in 10-20 years. Just compare how much tech development in the last 10 years. The growth will be exponentially greater. A lot of jobless people. Even Youtubers, pornstars, cab drivers, programmers, writers, and others can be replaced by AI very soon.

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@LordFall ChatGPT can create apps too! I'm an iOS developer myself and just started working but it doesn't bother me much...at least not for few years because i's still developing. But I'm still excited to see what it will evolve into.
 

 

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@StarStruck I guess we're gonna find out who's valuable and who's not. I think Youtubers will on the contrary gain a lot from this, it's a job that heavily relies on both creativity and the tedious job of having to learn video editing and doing it over and over.

If they can narrate to the AI the kind of video they want and how they want it edited then it reduces their workload by over 50%. 

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25 minutes ago, LordFall said:

@StarStruck I guess we're gonna find out who's valuable and who's not. I think Youtubers will on the contrary gain a lot from this, it's a job that heavily relies on both creativity and the tedious job of having to learn video editing and doing it over and over.

If they can narrate to the AI the kind of video they want and how they want it edited then it reduces their workload by over 50%. 

AI will even take over creative jobs. But the first jobs that will be taken away are tedious jobs like cab or truck drivers.

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What are the most important lessons I can learn from Albert Einstein?

1. Follow your curiosity: Einstein believed that curiosity was the key to unlocking creativity and learning. He was a great believer in the power of questioning and exploring the unknown. 2. Value simplicity: Einstein was known for his elegant theories and for his ability to break down complex problems into simple, understandable concepts. 3. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes: Einstein was not afraid to make mistakes as part of the learning process, and believed that mistakes were part of the journey to success. 4. Think outside the box: Einstein encouraged people to think in new and creative ways, to explore the boundaries of human knowledge, and to challenge the status quo. 5. Persevere: Despite facing setbacks and criticism, Einstein persevered and worked hard to achieve his goals. He believed that if you persevere, you can make a significant contribution to the world.

Its crazy that this GPT3 can come up with pretty solid answers to very sophisticated questions in just a second.

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On 12/1/2022 at 4:31 AM, Oppositionless said:

I thought the first use of 5 meo dmt was with the guy who wrote the pamphlet 

5-MeO-DMT has been used in vilca snuffs for hundreds of years. Smoking is a modern invention.


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You guys calling this a glorified Google search are missing the point and vastly underestimating what this thing is capable of. It's like if you saw the world's first motor or internal combustion engine, and called it a glorified crank turner.

It's a motherfucking oracle. Or more accurately, it's like a crystal ball that turns you into an oracle and also gives you access to infinite creativity. You guys just don't know how to properly interface with it yet.

I've been pretty pessimistic on writing AI to date. I've tried Jasper.ai, Shortly AI, NovelAI, aiDungeon, and a bunch of others and was disappointed. My opinion was that writing AI was still years off from taking jobs. But this thing is on a whole other level.

Yesterday I used it to generate a 24 chapter outline for a novel, and then proceeded to write the first 11,000 words of the novel with it in 3 - 4 hours. And I'm still brand new to it and having to do a bunch of trial and error.

I've yet to use it in my professional writing assignments, gonna try it out on some this week. But I suspect it's going to write what usually takes me 2 - 3 hours in 15 - 20 minutes.

It's not perfect yet, you can't just give it a prompt and have it write an entire book. But it's way way way way better than anything else. And I think it will reach that "Press any button to write a book" level of simple in about a year.

I just canceled my $25/month NovelAI subscription for this free product. And even when ChatGPT is not free any more, it looks like it's going to cost about $1.33 to write a 50,000 word novel.

This one is the real deal. This is the future. I'm confident that even in its current state, this thing is going to put me out of a job in about 6 months. That's terrifying and also an incredible opportunity.

The content/SEO agency I currently do most of my writing for has DOZENS of writers. I'm pretty sure that even with the current tech they'll be able to train a handful of the best writers to write with AI and fire the rest (probably 75%), and expect 10x the productivity out of those that are left.

So in the meantime I'm going to try to see if I can write a full novel per week with AI, or close to it, and prepare to transition over to making six-figures from that for a bit instead when I inevitably get laid off and replaced with AI. At least until the market gets completely flooded with AI books.

Almost everything you read is going to be written by an AI in 6 to 12 months. I guarantee it.

It's not just writing and art either. I saw a pretty impressive accounting AI not too long ago. That one's gonna replace all data entry or bookkeeping type accountants in 6 to 12 months too. Your brain can't fathom how quickly things are going to evolve from here, and most people are still in denial about it. We are at the inflection point and AI is about to start improving and taking over exponentially.

This AI is like a loom that I'm about to sit down at and weave infinite creativity out of.

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