Google asks employees to rewrite Bard’s bad responses, says the A.I. ‘learns best by example’
The hot new thing in the tech world is ChatGPT, a chatbot that is designed to learn from its interactions with users. Google is one of the companies that is betting big on this new technology, and they are asking their employees to help improve the bot by spending a few hours each week interacting with it.
Some people are excited about the potential of this technology, while others are skeptical. I fall into the latter camp. I believe that ChatGPT is nothing more than a hallucination, a figment of our collective imagination.
There is no doubt that ChatGPT is a sophisticated piece of software. It has been designed to mimic human conversation, and it does a pretty good job of it. But that doesn’t mean that it’s actually thinking for itself.
The reality is that ChatGPT is nothing more than a collection of algorithms that have been designed to respond in a certain way to certain inputs. It is not actually capable of thought or reasoning.
I believe that the only way to truly create artificial intelligence is to create something that is capable of creativity and original thought. ChatGPT is not capable of either of those things.
So why are we spending so much time and energy on something that is nothing more than a glorified chatbot? I believe that we are losing sight of what is important in the quest for artificial intelligence.
We should be focused on creating machines that are capable of true intelligence, not on creating ones that can mimic human conversation.