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How much further will AI go in 2023?

The relationship between human and artificial intelligence is complex and multifaceted. On one hand, AI has the potential to enhance human capabilities and improve various aspects of society. 

At the same time, there are valid concerns about the negative impacts of AI, including job displacement and ethical implications. It is up to us to ensure that AI is used in a way that benefits society and helps us achieve our goals, which will require careful planning and consideration of its potential impacts.

What do you think about this?

What Is OpenAI's ChatGPT, And How Can You Use It? - WeeTech Solution Pvt Ltd

It came from one of the trendiest chat bot, ChatGPT. Just a month ago, everyone on the internet went crazy about it. Chatbots today will find the Turing test has no challenge at all, where their predecessors have struggled to talk like a real human being. People started to worry what would happen if these robots took over the world. 

However there is still a big problem with these Chatbots, text comprehension. They talk lively and we can totally start a romance with an AI, but they don’t actually love you. They only output texts that are most likely to express their love to you. They can do this because they are trained with more than a trillion sets of data. 

But not all data is appropriate, AIs are just picking and assembling the words according to chance. To solve this problem, humans step in. 

Yea, it’s 2023 now, the third decade of the century, we still need to hand pick appropriate sentences to feed the AIs. Which, to be honest, really sucks. But that is the most effective and accurate way to set up boundaries for them. 

So, the actions we take to solve this problem, would be the Key of 2023’s AI development. Maybe we can make up another AI to hand pick the problems for chatting AIs, but we still need to hand pick problems for the “hand pick AI”, which again is redundant.

Oh, we haven’t mentioned the Painting bots. They are cool, due to the nature of art, messy depictions of cats or people would be acceptable. But they don’t seem to understand how to draw hands.

That’s the take of the Heyup Editorial Foom on AI in 2023, we hope at the end of the year, we don’t get terribly wrong. There will be more coming out next week, addressing other topics, don’t miss them out! What is your take on 2023’s Ai? Tell us in the forum!