developer Manuel Araoz made a joke online to demonstrate that Potential of robots with artificial intelligenceWhen a robot writes an article about itself.
According to a July 18 post on the Araoz blog, the artificial intelligence development company OpenAI He started GPT-3, the third generation of its speech prediction model able to “create random sentences of approximately the same length and grammatical structure as that of a given body of text”.
The blog post provides practical information on How technology can be used to embody well-known characters by simulating their writing styles;; For example, Araoz created one with it interview wrong with Albert Einstein. He predicted that the GPT-3 could potentially replace journalists, political speechwriters, and copywriters.
The sentences predicted by the robot have been used in the forum in the last few days bitcointalk.org, resulting in a “positive” response that concluded that “the system must have been intelligent”.
On the blog, he said:
“There are a lot of posts for GPT-3 to learn from and learn from. The forum also has a lot of people I don’t like. I hope they are overly excited about the prospect of a new poster that seems smart and relevant . “
Except that Araoz wasn’t the one who wrote the blog. You haven’t posted on the bitcointalk.org forums for years – and you haven’t Nothing against its users. It was GPT-3 all the timesaid:
“This article was written entirely by GPT-3. Could you recognize it? This blog post is another attempt to demonstrate the enormous potential of GPT-3.”
According to the developer, you simply provide a short biography with your information, the desired blog title and a few tags It was enough for the robot to create the original piece with 750 words.
“I got different results a few times (less than 10) until I felt the writing style was a bit similar to mine and I published it,” said Araoz. “I think GPT-3 is one of the greatest technological advances I’ve seen and I’m looking forward to playing a lot more with it.”
IA makes predictions about blockchain
In the days before and after the blog post, Araoz published the results of his experiments with the technology on Twitter. The robot gave his opinion via blockchain“It would replace technology companies before banks are replaced.” Araoz could even get the CPT-3 want to explain reasonably good proof of work for Bitcoin (BTC):
It still doesn’t replace humans
The developer’s enthusiasm for this technology prompted many to ask urgently for a test. “I would like to try to train something like that in my own lyrics and see what comes out of it,” said Twitter user Einar Petersen. But others reacted with fear or shock when deceived. “I am really disturbed”, said Ben Royce.
As advanced and entertaining as the voice prediction model is, The developer does not believe that it can completely replace human authors In the near future.
“A trained text-only model on the Internet (like the GPT-3) does not achieve intelligence on a human level“” said Araoz. “He lacks visual understanding (for example non-verbal communication), complex motor skills or physical experience and a survival instinct.”