GPT-2 was a great success. OpenAI didn’t want to publish the most enormous and mightiest version, with 1.5B parameters. At least, claiming that they were afraid of misusing it for less ethical purposes. Lately, they claimed that they didn’t found shreds of evidence of such.
All of this is legit, considering the volume of the false “news” generated using it. And the truth is that it can be very successful in developing false news/stories. I tried this, played with it for a while, and, well, at least impressed.
Then GPT-3 come. With more than a hundred times more parameters. And…
U istom košmaru behu oni
poumirali kao deca
i kao da nikad ništa
suze i bol ne spliće.
I u istom košmaru behu oni,
poumirali kao živa bića
i kao da nikad ništa
suze neće biti svoje.
Srce treba da živi svoj večni pevajući smer
sad u nežnosti,
svakoj čoveku je kadar da svaki stih u srcu svom drži u sebi celom
svakoj čovek je kadar da svaki stih u srcu svom voli ceo rod.
Znam, da može sve u meni
doći i proći, ali
mene poznaju sva nebeska blaga
oblaci i radosti srca predaka
A kada ne bih bila…
…siness. In my eyes, that looks like a world in which the power dynamics of the office are inverted. With large swaths of people working from home some or all of the time, managers will be assessed not on their ability to intimidate other people into doing things, but on their ability to provide their workers with the tools they need to measurably succeed at their job.
Now you know why the management wants you back to the office, if so.
Finally well grounded use-case for blockchain tech, that thaks-god doesn't imply crypto money.
But: reading how the things are going in the crypto-money area, this idea will explode into different implementations, and which one will prevale?
Thinking about dfinity, and distrikt...
“The problem is that once such a regularity is known to market participants, people will act in such a way that prevents it from happening in the future.”
Finally, well nailed value of the technical analysis.
I'ts pseudoscicence, ladies and gentlemen.
“AI is far more dangerous than nukes.I am really quite close… to the cutting edge in AI, and it scares the hell out of me.It’s capable of vastly more than almost anyone knows, and the rat…
Quoted guy said four years ago that in two years we'll have fully autonomous cars.
Today, this goal seems to be harder reachable than it was in four years ago :-(