An AI Chatbot Gone Viral?
AI or Artificial intelligence, is a rapidly advancing field of technology that has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of human life. AI systems are designed to perform specific tasks requiring human input and oversight.
As AI systems become more advanced, they may be able to perform tasks that were previously considered uniquely human, such as decision-making and problem-solving. For instance, it can be challenging to determine whether an article was written by a human or AI.
Open AI, an AI research laboratory, launched its chatbot ChatGPT on 30th November and instantly became a viral sensation.
It is a significant language model that can generate human-like text based on the input it receives. OpenAI aims to assist users in developing natural language text, providing information and answering questions on various subjects.
Yet the chatbot’s functionality is too strong, making people worry that AI might overtake their job in the future.
In the crypto space, AI can be used in a variety of ways: analyse, prediction, trading, security, etc.
One of the use cases is trading. Traders use a set of algorithms to analyse market data and make predictions price of cryptocurrencies. These algorithms can be trained on large amounts of data, such as historical prices and trading volumes, to identify patterns that predict future price movements.
The predictions made by the AI can then be used to make automated trading decisions, such as when to buy or sell a particular cryptocurrency. When it comes to the NFT scene, you will quickly come across a collection in which artwork is curated by AI.
Again, AI can learn how to generate novel and visually appealing content by training algorithms on large amounts of images, videos, and audio.
AI will likely perform many tasks that humans currently do in the future. However, it is hard to say exactly which jobs will be affected and to what extent, as it will depend on the capabilities of the AI and the specific tasks involved in the job.
Jobs that involve repetitive tasks or simple decision-making, such as manufacturing, transportation, and data entry, may be replaced by AI. Whether in real life or crypto, we must continuously learn and adapt to stay competitive in the job market.
And there you go, the passage you just read above was 95% written by AI.
Believe that or not? What I did was probe the right questions and adjust the grammar, making it a much more readable piece.
After a few hours of experimentation, I found the constraint of the AI chatbot, in which its answer is often the same if the input matches a particular keyword. Hence, it is easy to tell whether an article is written by AI by drilling into the system.
For people who work in the creative field like me, better not to think of using AI to complete your task as you might probably get caught, at least for the current stage.
Nevertheless, ChatGPT is one of the best AI assistants in the market so far. Honestly, it is pretty fun to play with, but not to the extent of overtaking a human’s job, yet.
Some say it’s better than Google; others worry it’s problematic.
ChatGPT has become social media’s latest favorite tool for getting answers online. But some have warned bad actors could take advantage of the bot.
Some also claimed they had successfully tricked the bot into explaining how to build a nuclear bomb.
On its website, OpenAi acknowledged that while they have added some guardrails to prevent ChatGPT from responding to harmful requests, the system is not foolproof.
“While we’ve made efforts to make the model refuse inappropriate requests, it will sometimes respond to harmful instructions or exhibit biased behavior,” a statement on OpenAI’s website reads.
It goes on to say that OpenAI is using moderation tools to prevent some inappropriate responses, but “we expect it to have some false negatives and positives for now.”
The website warns that although the responses look legitimate, ChatGPT will sometimes offer nonsensical or incorrect answers.
Still, fascination with the chatbot continues.
OpenGPT is not OpenAI’s first viral artificial intelligence to go viral. In 2021, DALL-E, which could generate an image based on simple text prompts, went viral.
DALL-E highlighted the advancements in artificial intelligence learning humanlike capabilities. However, that iteration, as well as an iteration of the AI called DALL-E 2, were criticized for racial and gender bias.
On Thursday, the demand for ChatGPT was so high that OpenAI CEO Sam Altman tweeted that the company was working to accommodate those who wanted to use it.
“there is a lot more demand for ChatGPT than we expected; we are working to add more capacity,” Altman wrote.
In a follow-up tweet, Altman added: “also, it really makes all of us at openai so happy to see people enjoying chatgpt so much, and doing such creative things!”