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No it won't. ChatGPT and these "AI responses" were just a pointless fad.

It's exactly like Cortana. Lots of hype from Microsoft, for something that was really a gimmick that no one uses.

You can't rely on these "AI" answers because the answers are unreliable and often contain serious mistakes that even a child wouldn't make. The answer could either be from a reliable site or some idiot who wrote it on a forum somewhere, there's no way to know where the "AI" bot found the stuff online to compose the answer.

You waste way more time checking if the answer ChatGPT gave you is correct than looking it up yourself. I don't know anyone who still uses ChatGPT.
 
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No it won't. ChatGPT and these "AI responses" were just a pointless fad.

It's exactly like Cortana. Lots of hype from Microsoft, for something that was really a gimmick that no one uses.

You can't rely on these "AI" answers because the answers are unreliable and often contain serious mistakes that even a child wouldn't make. The answer could either be from a reliable site or some idiot who wrote it on a forum somewhere, there's no way to know where the "AI" bot found the stuff online to compose the answer.

You waste way more time checking if the answer ChatGPT gave you is correct than looking it up yourself. I don't know anyone who still uses ChatGPT.
I started using it, to give me clues about problems too difficult to search for. I had a problem involving saved queries using PostgreSQL and Power BI, but while I do know some of the SQL, I don't know Power BI. ChatGPT told me where those queries could be saved, I validated the Postgres part and a coleague validated the Power BI. It would take a lot of time to discover what the chat gave me in seconds.

The problem is not always on the answer, but on the question. Ask it something with many connected parts, and it may help join that knowledge, and you can keep going from there.
 

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I think AI is cool, but has a long way to go. The resources required is astonishing, to say the least. Both the cost of the hardware but also the operating cost.
 

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No it won't. ChatGPT and these "AI responses" were just a pointless fad.

It's exactly like Cortana. Lots of hype from Microsoft, for something that was really a gimmick that no one uses.

You can't rely on these "AI" answers because the answers are unreliable and often contain serious mistakes that even a child wouldn't make. The answer could either be from a reliable site or some idiot who wrote it on a forum somewhere, there's no way to know where the "AI" bot found the stuff online to compose the answer.

You waste way more time checking if the answer ChatGPT gave you is correct than looking it up yourself. I don't know anyone who still uses ChatGPT.

Well there goes my dream of getting a PhD in Astro Physics using ChatGPT.
I'll be damned if I'm going to spend thousands of dollars and 10 years of my life at a Ivy League University.
I'll just wait till 'Version 2' comes out ......haha.
 

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I think AI is cool, but has a long way to go. The resources required is astonishing, to say the least. Both the cost of the hardware but also the operating cost.

'Relax.......You have a MC card'.

That's what the commercial use to say.
If you don't have a MC card some university will get a grant or a govt. entity will buy it and bill the tax payers.
 

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No it won't. ChatGPT and these "AI responses" were just a pointless fad.

It's exactly like Cortana. Lots of hype from Microsoft, for something that was really a gimmick that no one uses.

You can't rely on these "AI" answers because the answers are unreliable and often contain serious mistakes that even a child wouldn't make. The answer could either be from a reliable site or some idiot who wrote it on a forum somewhere, there's no way to know where the "AI" bot found the stuff online to compose the answer.

You waste way more time checking if the answer ChatGPT gave you is correct than looking it up yourself. I don't know anyone who still uses ChatGPT.
You are so very wrong
All my coders in the company I manage use chatgpt to write 95% of the code they need
Edit a few lines to match their specific needs and boom, done. Save time and money.
Chapgpt is not used for looking stuff up online. That is not why it was made
Its made for composing code, essays, articles, and summaries of stuff
 

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And which company is that?
Not going to say as I run my business anonymously.

My point is that chapgpt has revolutionized the codeing world to make it so we do not have to hire coders to do menial tasks anymore, chapgpt can do the majority of software while we just edit what we need and dont need.
It's honestly refreshing to see how much money we've made now with just a fraction of the labor involved
 
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You are so very wrong
All my coders in the company I manage use chatgpt to write 95% of the code they need
Edit a few lines to match their specific needs and boom, done. Save time and money.
Chapgpt is not used for looking stuff up online. That is not why it was made
Its made for composing code, essays, articles, and summaries of stuff
And is it any wonder there is so much crap code, vulnerabilities, and just plain wrong designs....
 
You are so very wrong
All my coders in the company I manage use chatgpt to write 95% of the code they need
Edit a few lines to match their specific needs and boom, done. Save time and money.
Chapgpt is not used for looking stuff up online. That is not why it was made
Its made for composing code, essays, articles, and summaries of stuff
We need to know exactly who this company is so we can avoid anything that comes out of it.
 

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You are so very wrong
All my coders in the company I manage use chatgpt to write 95% of the code they need
Edit a few lines to match their specific needs and boom, done. Save time and money.
Chapgpt is not used for looking stuff up online. That is not why it was made
Its made for composing code, essays, articles, and summaries of stuff

As someone who actually codes, I say you're either lying or you have extremely low standards.

ChatGPT writes poor code. Not only that, half the time it doesn't even work. If you have people using it to write code and passing it off as a usable finished product you are running a poor business. Anyone who does use ChatGPT to write their code, and actually considers it acceptable, should quit their job and go work packing boxes in a factory.
 

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We need to know exactly who this company is so we can avoid anything that comes out of it.
That would compromise my business. The core ideals in place behind my business is anonymous contracting, untraceable work. Search the right placed and perhaps you will find us, but not here.

ChatGPT writes poor code. Not only that, half the time it doesn't even work.
True, that is why we have to edit it and test it before hand. But it is a lot easier than writing 90% of the code from scratch when all we have to do is make a few edits at most before we roll it out
Anyone who does use ChatGPT to write their code, and actually considers it acceptable, should quit their job and go work packing boxes in a factory.
It's made me and my company lots of money man. Sure, you may not like it, but it's the future and it is a viable and extremely effective business model.
I can see why someone who spent thousands of hours coding from scratch would hate it, jealousy of a tool that makes their job 1000% easier.
 

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I can see why someone who spent thousands of hours coding from scratch would hate it, jealousy of a tool that makes their job 1000% easier.
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As someone who actually codes, I say you're either lying or you have extremely low standards.

ChatGPT writes poor code. Not only that, half the time it doesn't even work. If you have people using it to write code and passing it off as a usable finished product you are running a poor business. Anyone who does use ChatGPT to write their code, and actually considers it acceptable, should quit their job and go work packing boxes in a factory.

Exactly which is why I hate when people say it will replace real tech engineers. It certainly will not.

But is an incredible search tool when you need a specific answer...especially to something tech related. ChatGPT isn't a real threat to actual workers. It's a threat to search engines, wikis, and other digital tools that people use to lookup information!
 
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The mind is much more than neural networks. I’m not impressed. The mind is not a machine. Assuming that our mind is a machine and building our so-called AI bound to that model is why it’s bound to fail at any actual intelligence
 

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That would compromise my business. The core ideals in place behind my business is anonymous contracting, untraceable work. Search the right placed and perhaps you will find us, but not here.

Here's the thing: my guess is that approximately zero percent of the people in this thread actually believe you have an actual business.
 

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Thankfully, gamers have nothing to be concerned about, as ChatGPT won't touch the best graphics cards for gaming but rather tap into Nvidia's compute accelerators, such as the A100.
Not true. Nvidia makes the H100 on the same node as the RTX 4000 gaming GPUs, so it can easily shift wafers between the two product lines. Last year, they already announced they were doing just that:



Nvidia isn't the only option on the AI market, as Intel and AMD also offer rival AI accelerators.
Heh, don't forget about this:


  • 2.6 trillion transistors
  • 40 GB of SRAM
  • 20 PB/s of memory bandwidth
No PetaFLOPS stats, though. More info here:



This has exploded views of the machine (CS-2) housing it - probably the most exotic modern computing hardware you'll see this side of quantum:

 
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bit_user

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You can't rely on these "AI" answers because the answers are unreliable and often contain serious mistakes that even a child wouldn't make.
In the early days of automobiles, I'm sure people said similar things about them: noisy, unreliable, slow, dependent on expensive fuel you can't easily get, etc.

The thing about tech is that it has a remarkable tendency to improve. In the long run, it's usually a pretty foolish position to bet against tech.