⚗️ChatGPT Most Extraordinary Tweets
Peak ChatGPT hype was in early December, 2022.
We are at a unique moment in history, a chatbot is again trending on Twitter. So let’s do another “bonus” free post.
Many of you seemed to enjoy my list of Tweets about #ChatGPT here, so I decided to do another compilation.
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ChatGPT Dominated Online chatter about A.I.
With the enthusiasm for GPT-3.5, tweets more accurately portray (than MSM articles) the enthusiasm over ChatGPT. Not to mention the the algorithmic incentives on Twitter itself that builds into the PR of OpenAI’s limited alpha research public demo.
But let’s let the Tweets speak for themselves this time as OpenAI was trending on Twitter on December 4th, 2022. Many of the Tweets are an initial reaction to the ChatGPT tool as it went live.
Clicks on the Tweets you find interesting and don’t forget to browse their comments to really (Hacker News) see what the community is saying. Some of the comments are more accurate than the viral Tweets and give much needed added context.
And so it Begins….Let there by A.I.
OpenAI seems to want to Use ChatGPT as a Chatbot for Customer Service
Public Tests are the Best PR for your Product
Could A.I. Be Weaponized for Political Gain?
Microsoft May Use GPTChat for Search (e.g. Bing)
Proof of the A.I. Alignment Problem
Is A.I. a New Paradigm where LLM Tools challenge the way we use Technology?
NLP Upgrades may challenge how we think of A.I. Future Risk
How will people not Corrupt A.I. into being a deceptive agent?
Will A.I. Help us become better Parents?
Will Startups and Solo Entrepreneurs use A.I. to Automate their revenue streams and growth?
OpenAI is not very Open about how GPTChat was Trained
Deepfake Weekly Manager Reports at Twitter with ChatGPT
Generating First Draft Documents
How Best to Leverage ChatGPT and GPT-3.5?
Will GPT-3.5, GPTChat or GPT-4 Disrupt Google?
Is GPT-4 Going to be “Dangerous” and to Whom?
Does chatGPT democratize Customer Service AI?
What if ChatGPT was able to process real-time data and search the web?
If GPT-3.5 Utility Fails, There’s Always the Joke Generation
Broad Statements of Generative A.I. as a Paradigm Change are Cringe and Probable False
A.I. Generated Content is Going to Upend SEO
What will Prompt-Chaining Lead to?
New Substacks on A.I. Landed
Sparks in the Wind, by Francois Chollet
If you made it this far, these are my favorite three new A.I. Newsletters that have arrived on Substack in late 2022.
Democratizing Automation, by Nathan Lambert.
Causal Deference, by John McDonnell
Ben’s Bites, by Ben Tossell
Creativity Technology Digest, by Bilawal Sidhu
ChatGPT Shows New Kinds of Misinformation will Arrive
ChatGPT is also getting attention on Reddit as in programming, sysadmin and other subreddits.
Lists of how ChatGPT will be used seem mostly like Wishful Thinking
Conversational AI Enthusiasts Finally Have something to talk about in 2023
I’m noticing a lot more articles than usual on Substack about GPTChat and the trend, so keep your eyes open.
Chatbots are Notoriously Easy to Manipulate
The Real Reason for the Research Demo of Late 2022 of ChatGPT
The Potential for Political Weaponization of ChatGPT is Significant
Contextual Search like in Coding
Will ChatGPT with GPT-4 Disrupt Jobs?
To build this list of Tweets I mostly used Twitter trending #ChatGPT #OpenAI and #GPT3 feeds. I hope you found it interesting and helped you research what others are saying about the OpenAI demo.
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