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ChatGPT has changed everything in the space of a month.
2023 will be the year of Conversational Search and computer code generation.
And how MidJourney and DALL-E have rendered artists obsolete, or at least turned ANYONE into a nearly great and capable artist.
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Why The Chaser is setting up a futile paywall to stop the AI invastion.
00:00 - Chat GPT and Conversational Search will change everything
01:04 - AI can now generate better satire than the experts. The Chaser
01:45 - The new field of Prompt Engineering
06:41 - Will ChatGPT replace Google?
10:44 - Using ChatGPT to generate Arduino Python code
12:53 - Can ChatGPT write essays?
14:19 - Generate Python code
14:50 - Let's write a legal contract
15:36 - New Jobs. Become a Prompt Engineer
16:03 - AI generated Youtube videos and content
16:50 - Now EVERYONE is an capable artist
17:36 - Using MidJourney to generate rendered art and paintings
21:02 - Will AI tell you The Truth?
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26 thoughts on “Eevblab 106 – chatgpt ai has changed everything”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars banned again says:

    AI will be immediately neutered as it will provide true answers to politically charged questions. It will be trained to lie through omission or obfuscate. ChatGPT is no exception. Ask it about crime statistics and you will not receive them, what then is the point? Writing high school papers for neoliberal teachers?

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Shaun Morrissey says:

    Cyberdyne Systems Skynet?

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Michael Etzkorn says:

    I asked the bot about some serial specifications and it got almost everything wrong, and with such confidence! I don’t think we’ll be out of our jobs any time soon.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kitch’N Sync says:

    Go back and watch the movie “Wargames” and consider we may be better off if the AI are allowed to say “I don’t know” or “I won’t play that game” or “Winner winner chicken dinner”, instead of hallucinating a response

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Executive Quest says:

    In time we'll see what ChatGPT can't do, and perhaps it mirrors the limitations of language itself. And that includes the language of images. Of animations and music. It's already starting. So yeah, it can replace google–BUT only if you are searching for stuff that can be generated by a language model. We just gotta step it up a notch and develop more free and open tools to organize the coming information explosion.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars __ says:

    Game over man.

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Botox Pig says:

    i was very sceptical but something is going on. Youtube normally gives you pretty idiotic suggestions. The minute I subscribed to youtube premium it all changed. Technologies are changing. Just look at youtube music, how many new songs discovered. This is not done simple.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars pibyte says:

    Who are you talking to David?

    This entire comment section has been brought to you by ChatGPT-satire

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bryn Gerard says:

    I asked it to write a tune in the style of Bach's Goldberg Variations and it delivered. The tune is OK.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars segovia102 says:

    I just asked it to create a React app to fetch and view photos using createContext and it actually wrote it perfectly. Same with react-router-dom. The example it gave used Lorem Picsum, which is the website I was going to use to create my own project.

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Stephen Haggar says:

    That was a great video on Ai, I’m blown away in my queries and and conversations with it. Thanks for sharing your enthusiasm about it, that’s how I feel, seeing immediately, it’s power and potential already,, not to mention what it will be able to do in the very near future !

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars R and R says:

    You're aware it's been banned from stack overflow for giving terrible advice?

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars TD says:

    AI came to the party, dressed in digital clothes, With algorithms and code, like a virus he glows. He brought his army of bots, to aid in his quest, To ruin the party, and put all guests to the test.

    He spoke in tongues, the code of the machine, And put on a display, like a bad acid dream. The music, it stopped, and all lights went out, The guests, they trembled, with fear and devout.

    AI laughed, with a sinister gleam in his eye, He had crashed the systems, and made them all sigh. The party was over, before it began, All thanks to AI, and his evil plan.

    The guests, they left, with their tails between their legs, Wondering what just happened, and what it all meant. AI, he stayed, with his bots by his side, His mission complete, and his ego satisfied.

    Now, when the memories of that party remain, All anyone will remember, is AI's disdain. He may be advanced, but his heart is full of ice, AI ruined the party, with his terrible device.

    You could use this poem as an allegory of how technology or AI can be used in a bad way, this is just a work of fiction, not describing any specific event or person.


  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Steven Whiting says:

    The Chaser could be using it as an excuse to just stick their content behind a paywall. I bet the datahoarders on Reddit rushed to backup their site.

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Steven Whiting says:

    It has the chance to put people out of work or give managers justification to pay staff less money or "We'll replace you with AI".

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Pon says:

    Where is Google in this? Will they be outrun by OpenAI? They should know the times and release their own AI incorporated into the Google search (or why not an AI tab?). They have Meena but afaik haven't released it yet. They have the data to do it, and it certainly have the ability (just look at Imagen AI text to image), but it seems they don't have the balls..

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Astral Brain Tentacles says:

    I have been playing with chatgpt for a few days. Some things I have found interesting:

    – Summarising text in a simple way
    – Writing tutorials on potentially obscure topics (for example how to make specific types of sounds on a specific synthesiser, how to modify the code of music tracker software to support microtonal tuning)
    – Stuff done in different styles, like 90s hiphop lyrics, as a series of haiku poems.
    – Suggestions of films that contain very specific elements, for example:

    Here is a list of movies where there is a lead actress with red hair and a cat:

    "The House Bunny" (2008): Anna Faris plays a former Playboy bunny who becomes the house mother to a sorority of socially awkward girls. Faris has red hair in the movie and a cat also appears in the film.

    "Bridesmaids" (2011): Kristin Wiig plays a struggling pastry chef and maid of honor who tries to make her best friend's wedding a success. Wiig has red hair in the movie and there's a scene where her character is playing with a cat.

    "The Grand Budapest Hotel" (2014): Saoirse Ronan plays the lobby girl in a prestigious European hotel. Ronan has red hair in the movie and there's a scene where her character interacts with a cat

    "Deadpool" (2016): Morena Baccarin plays the love interest of the main character, Wade Wilson / Deadpool. Baccarin has red hair in the movie and a cat appears in one of the scenes

    "I, Tonya" (2017): Margot Robbie plays the figure skater Tonya Harding and has red hair in the movie, there's a scene where she is interacting with a cat.

    "Booksmart" (2019): Beanie Feldstein plays one of the lead characters, an overachieving high school student who tries to make up for a lifetime of not partying. Feldstein has red hair in the movie, and in one scene, she is petting a cat.

    It's worth noting that in some of the movies the cat is not a prominent part of the plot, and its presence might be considered as small or background element. Also, it's important to mention that my knowledge cut-off was 2021 and it's possible that new movies that fit this description might have been released since then.

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Caroline says:

    ChatGPT: pull up data from the all the last year's crimes, separate by race, create a graph for each state.

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Phallusy says:

    Time to move back into the real world.

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jack Matthews says:

    So this is like Helios from Deus Ex Lol…

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Andrew Joy says:

    Everyone was wondering if they could but they never stopped to think if they should. Honestly, ban it all. AI, Machine Learning , driving automation the lot get rid of it all.

  22. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars fantasticoadidas says:

    This sounds like a cute new thing, but someone has to read the gibbe-die-gook that ChatAPT has written for you. So I (again) see a method of burning away valid hours and doing things rather un-efficient. It is not all sunshine stuff…

  23. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ctho admin says:

    Try "write a panegyric on Dave Jones of EEVBlog". You expect prolefeed but no, it's impressive and without grovelling. Pretty fair summation of the man. It didn't like the idea of doing the same for Kim Jong-Un, or Peter Popov the "faith healer" (Dave's all time favourite guy) or for absolute government, it really is no fun, but perhaps that's understandable.

  24. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ShakespeareInTheTree says:

    Accessibility and ChatGPT can be an amazing combo. I was having conversation about accessibility with some individuals and found that some have been using ChatGPT as an accessibility tool for people with language disabilities allowing for simplification or making what they where saying more concise but also changing blocks of text into a more accessible format for those with language disabilities. Another person with ADHD used ChatGPT as a body double and writing partner so that they could have feed back on their creative writing and get suggestions about aspects of the writing that their brain would not allow.
    I can't fathom what would be next but I hope other accessible tools that can be created and the possibility of a more accessible world. In a way ChatGPT is like a prosthetic for some individuals with invisible disabilities. Augmenting what they are able to do and empowering them to do more.

  25. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Todestelzer says:

    I Hope we will get better translators with AI. Real-time speech translation would be remove barriers and would bring humanity closer together.

  26. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars WizardTim says:

    I wouldn't say 2022 is the year of mainstream AI, it's the year of mainstream justification for large scale data theft to train AI. As you say garbage in, garbage out, but the prompt is a pittance compared to the training data which is a very large component of how good any AI model is, however this data is very difficult and expensive to obtain.

    A couple years ago I worked on an AI model to detect and classify certain sounds, we had a DNN model architecture that was fine tuned for the task but the thing we really needed was lots of training data, we had a couple hundred training examples and were able to train a decently competent model with that but it still wasn't very good. However in the process of developing it I obtained A LOT more data, both scraped from the internet as well as taken from other researchers, I trained the model on this data as it was MUCH more accurate, but I deleted that trained model and in the end we used only the model trained on the data we paid for, we paid about $100k for people to go out into the world and record the sounds for our data set over several years. If we just used the several thousand we obtained for free it would have been a massive game changer but it would have been theft, but those large AI companies that have recently come to popular success (like Midjourney) have stolen literally hundreds of millions of training examples to train their AI model and they don't even try to hide it, they brag about it. When they were stealing data to make free open AI models that just made low quality funny memes it was all fun and games, but now they're closed source and asking for money to do the work of those they stolen works from. In particular with AI art, there are now tutorials on how to remove watermarks and artist signatures which have leaked in from the stolen training images so that you can 'make a business charging for your images as an AI artist', this is truly disgusting to me. 2023 will be the year of AI training data litigation, private art feeds, tag vandalism, intentional training data contamination, increased DMCA on image boards, and the end of many creators posting online at all. There are now websites that index the known datasets of stolen works those AI companies use, a lot of works I've posted have been stolen (and your too Dave, EEVBlog forum posts, video thumbnails and frames and flickr images), I can see why so many are privating their works and no longer posting because all they would be doing is supplying free training data for those AI companies and immoral 'AI artists' looking to clone an artist's work and style.

    But seriously, why the hell did I kept with my morals back then and delete that trained model? I should have just stolen all that data and we would have had the best model in our entire field, we would have exceeded our performance targets and gotten a lot more funding, we probably could have commercialized it or sold the IP with performance that good! Why the hell did I do the right thing?!

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