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Tuesday, March 7, 2023

Artificial intelligence (AI)

St Emlyn´s - By Stevan Bruijns - March 7, 2023
Okay, full disclosure: this heading is not original.
It was first used in an article on the progress of artificial intelligence (AI) by Ethan Mollick, an Associate Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Ethan teaches innovation and entrepreneurship (and if you’re not following Ethan on twitter, you really should). In a way, using an unoriginal title for this blog post, pays homage to Ethan’s fantastically well-informed, balanced, tongue-in-cheek take on AI, and also summarises both where we are with AI and what it is we get when we use it.
(Spoiler alert: the outputs of large language models may not be original, but their sheer scope of application should leave you in awe)
There is really nothing to fear; and resistance isn’t as much futile as it is completely unnecessary. But I do I get the frenzy that has unfolded around ChatGPT, an AI language model developed by OpenAI. This blog post is an interview with ChatGPT. To prepare for writing this blog post, and come up with the questions I used for the interview, I read several takes on AI language models (from blog posts, to twitter threads, to editorials published in academic papers).