You know who was the most important person on the project? It wasn't me even though I was the lead developer and project manager. The most important person was the statistician who interpreted and tweaked the weights.
Yeah, that's the thing. Garbage-in-garbage-out still seems to apply even if we're talking about AI. Sometimes I think truly general AI, where you could just type an English prompt like "Hey Siri, forecast sales opportunities based on the last 5 years of sales data" is decades away. At the same time I see shit like this and it freaks me out:
Nothing in this video is pre-written. It's two AI's conversing on the fly. I like how the "male" AI immediately starts trying to bang the "female" AI. And this is GPT-3. GPT-4 is just around the corner.
Are there any limits to large neural networks?
If you invested $1,000 when Matt Damon debuted his Super Bowl "Fortune favors the Brave" ad, you'd now have about $300.