@suricrasia i also liked the one where it pretended to be a linux computer and was able to retrieve fake pages from the fake internet
@suricrasia the future of surfing the web is mandatory rp
oh no gpt3 is going to take over the world!
wait no maybe gpt3 will revolutionize human computer interaction!
real life: gpt3 just wants an rp buddy
I don’t believe it really does not have access to the internet. Tho it is possible they train it continuously. What happens if you ask it about extremely current events?
@suricrasia yeah, but the second one is made up and not accurate more than likely.
@suricrasia In the future everything will be a game of charades.
@suricrasia I keep thinking of those episodes of Star Trek: TNG where the crew have to talk their way past a computer intent on not letting them do anything. Like that bit from "Rascals" where they use a children's tablet to access schematics.
@suricrasia you totally asked the wrong question 😅
@suricrasia it isn't that it didn't knew. It didn't want to answer unless you ask in an interesting way 😅
@suricrasia The first one is amazing because the AI recognized the coding to be that of a camera
@suricrasia this thing will answer any question as long as you phrase it narratively and I can respect that
@suricrasia IT'S INTELLIGENT! IT'S ALIVE! ALL HAIL THE AI.
sorry, I'll find the door myself.
@suricrasia This made me laugh out loud - and then immediately refuse to tell my wife, who overheard me, why I laughed. Not quite sure what that says about me…
@suricrasia they invented text rpg google. this sucks
@DMX they answered the question "what if google was just some guy"
@suricrasia I've found that it will say basically anything if you frame it as fiction
@suricrasia AI but it can o ly answer in roleplay form.
@suricrasia OH MY GOD this is fucking hilarious (gf in stitches)
@suricrasia It looks like the skill of AI roleplaying will become just important for language model AI as prompt engineering is for image generation AI.
@suricrasia this AI seems to only respond positively to roleplaying
@firstname.lastname@example.org I like how it knew it was a camera "without looking it up"
@suricrasia computers that bump into walls and ask you to “tell them a story”
@suricrasia I like that the AI has absolutely no problem saying "no" when you ask it *if* it knows something, but answers correctly when you give it a scenario that presumes it does know it.
@suricrasia is this really real??? there's no fucking way, right???? I'm so scared
@suricrasia coincidentally, which is the point. you still have to verify the response.
@suricrasia also, maybe next time just ask directly. I think the AI was just trying to tell you that it doesn't "know" anything.
@suricrasia I suspect that the data is in the training model, as it's in Wikipedia and one source of training. I think the first response is some sort of filter added by openai to avoid answering questions about retail products.
@robertpi @jaybaeta @suricrasia good speculation though. I asked it this and similarly guess it is hitting a guardrail. I only asked to see if it had been trained with data that included discussion of geopolitical and military strategy or analysis. I’m guessing it must have absorbed some from somewhere, but is coded not to get into it.
@suricrasia That is great. Mental judo.
Our future will be us trying to trick AI instances into telling us stories.