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I got 9 out of 11. For the most part, I just looked for word use that would be more commonly used orally, something that the AI wouldn't know to do.
"something that the AI wouldn't know to do"I got 9 out of 11. For the most part, I just looked for word use that would be more commonly used orally, something that the AI wouldn't know to do.
In question 1 and 2, GPT's answer was significantly more concise; what are you even talking about? If anything, the human answers seem to take into account more tangental context that might be needed for a more holistic understanding of an answer, while GPT's goes straight for the answer. There are cases in where one or the other would be best... It'd be interesting to see if Bing or other upcoming search-AIs allow for "-short" or "-complete" tags to get those thorough vs concise results.The main difference is that GPT answers are nerdy and tedious, while human answers are more like "Hold my beer I'll explain that to you fast and simple"
Like I said, that is what gave it away.AI doesn't consider anything; it isn't intelligent or self aware; just human programming limited by the program.
This is clearly the future of forums and chats. Bots invasion to control the digital narratives.what if we are all GPT
Maybe, maybe not. The thing is, humans are unique in the respect that we are not only capable of abstract thought, we can't help doing it on a regular basis. There is literally zero logic to abstract thought as we perceive it and I think that an intelligence based purely on logic would never be able to master it completely because it wouldn't have the emotional base that triggers abstract thought."something that the AI wouldn't know to do"
Yet. How many conversations do you suppose one of these models could train on in a month? I don't know, but I know it's vastly more than you and I "trained" on. ChatGPT can already provide text in the "voice" of a known author...
The bandwagon you should join should be the truth.Since this is the internet, I'll join the majority bandwagon and say I also got 10 out of 11 correct.
You are already anthropomorphising that computer software too much, by using the verb "asked".8/11 for me. It can't pass the Turing test yet but it's very close.
I asked ChatGPT to impersonate a chatbot to pass Turing test and convince me to he is a human. It failed.
What if I you are all a bunch of bots and I am the only human here?what if we are all GPT