LDAsh wrote on Jan 26, 2023, 00:36:
There are people who think it's magic and can do anything. (most of what is going on these day$)
There are people who hate it and wouldn't be caught dead anywhere near it.
The people in between, who understand what "curating a dataset" means, who will adapt the utilities to assist them in what they create by hand, who will benefit from it all. Simply another tool.
The rest may enjoy tripping on their own shoelaces, or sitting alone left in the dust.
It's not even AI yet. There is no self-reflection (one of the foundations of intelligence) - a tool that gives you always confident answers is a tool that you have to curate and sanity check at all times. Very useful for some things, as an extra thing you can have, reinforce your workers with your own corp based dataset etc. but not in broader applications.
Personally, just having it as a tool in the OS that curates based on datasets I provide would be absolutely insanely useful already
But when the dataset is self-curated after init by the chatbot understanding responses and realizing when you tell him "What is the fasted animal on the planet" that he is wrong that he is wrong then that would be a huge milestone. But GPT is not that. Not even GPTv4
Also I wonder how they even plan to monetize this? Just selling access to the ALGO? What if the ALGO changes but your dataset doesn't?