You can call me AI

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That timeline seems pretty optimistic. I’d cut it in half.

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Sam Altman gracefully thanked his OpenAI cofounder who quit. Then another exec quit hours later.

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truth-0
truth-1

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already here:

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Sounds good, but using AI to fill in the gaps makes me uneasy. Hopefully it’s not the kind of AI that glitches and guesses what the scan would look like if it had better data.

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That’s funny because we already know from glitches in previous iterations of Chat GPT that it was trained on Reddit. Using some odd usernames as tokens caused it to output super glitchilyz

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As distinct from the current state where they refuse to behave responsibly about, checks notes, oh fuck it anything.

Why worry about fantasy Lala land that they have no plan to get to other than “more compute”? Worry about the reality. Start with more compute.

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Is it possible that there are private or member-private messages on Reddit that a crawler couldn’t get to?

Obviously OpenAI wants something that it can’t simply take.

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Pure spitballing but I figure that Reddit’s utility as search engine data might be what is the attraction for AI currently.

That they want to integrate that at both ends does mean it will be useless very quickly though.

Sorry: both will be useless for search, chat search (whatever they are calling it) and Reddit too.

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Reddit looks like they’ve got some kind of chatbot now, plugging the output of the AI centipede to the input.

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