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5 minutes ago, Deca said:

 

 

"ChatGPT everyone hurhurhur is talking about it, and yeah it's kinda terrifying, coz it might take all of our jobs, but after playing with it here's my thoughts, it's not going to replace you it's going to make you awesome"🤢🤮

 

At that point in the blatant sugar coated 'like wowzerzz it's just so freakin the next level man' marketing scam, i threw it in the bin, if you want to play with things that does it all for you then you're on the list of stuff that's going extinct.

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21 minutes ago, Deca said:

 

 

 

why is chatGPT free .....because anybody using it is a free freelancer and it is using the input to improve the machine learning !!! 

 

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The only thing i will be doing with it is hammering garbage on the key board and telling it to solve Pi, so shove that where it don't compute AI, WARNING WARNING HAVING MELT DOWN, AI EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE REQUIRED, annnnnnd it's gone.

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21 minutes ago, sock muppet said:

 

The only thing i will be doing with it is hammering garbage on the key board and telling it to solve Pi, so shove that where it don't compute AI, WARNING WARNING HAVING MELT DOWN, AI EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE REQUIRED, annnnnnd it's gone.

 

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It does have its uses, following on from what I posted in the 'New Tech Thread':

 

 

I'm fairly 'tech-savvy' but I can't code for shit, not anymore like I used to, back in the days of using BASIC on my Commodore Plus/4 as a child, or using STOS The Game Creator on my Atari ST as a teenager!

 

This ChatGPT does have its limitations, it wouldn't code an entire PHP script to create a full ecommerce website from scratch for example, but I like how it is able to come up with code to perform certain tasks and routines.

 

It did provide me with a PHP script for updating stock from a CSV file running on our webserver, which was great and did work, but was limited by our VPS itself.

 

I then asked it for an equivalent Visual Basic (VB) script, that I could run on our own local server - a nifty little Windows PC we have at work - and it duly came up with a VB version.

 

I could maybe have achieved this myself with a lot of Googling and 'trial-and-error', but I couldn't have coded anything like this myself.

 

Is it cheating? Maybe yes. Has it saved us money instead of hiring freelancers to do the coding/scripting for us? Of course it has.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Is it cheating? Maybe yes. Has it saved us money instead of hiring freelancers to do the coding/scripting for us? Of course it has.

 

And here's me trying to learn Python and become an amateur coder, am I wasting my time? Mind you, I rather enjoy it. I did BASIC too, and COBOL in the old days. 

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On 1/11/2023 at 8:10 PM, sock muppet said:

 

"ChatGPT everyone hurhurhur is talking about it, and yeah it's kinda terrifying, coz it might take all of our jobs, but after playing with it here's my thoughts, it's not going to replace you it's going to make you awesome"🤢🤮

 

At that point in the blatant sugar coated 'like wowzerzz it's just so freakin the next level man' marketing scam, i threw it in the bin, if you want to play with things that does it all for you then you're on the list of stuff that's going extinct.

 

On 1/11/2023 at 8:53 PM, sock muppet said:

 

The only thing i will be doing with it is hammering garbage on the key board and telling it to solve Pi, so shove that where it don't compute AI, WARNING WARNING HAVING MELT DOWN, AI EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE REQUIRED, annnnnnd it's gone.

 

Following on from this i feel compelled to issue a warning, from what i wrote above, and not everything i pick up on comes to me clearly and in a definable manner, i now feel i have recognised it's true purpose and that is to wipe the net of nonsense clean of all data (cyber polygon event) currently stored on the servers that make up the current net, to make way for 'Starlink', so if you have data that is currently in the net so to speak, get yourself a couple of big spinny disks and make a back up of it offline and in your own hands, then make another backup of that backup and have it in a different location but still in your possession, how you go about defining possession is up to you, but you get the picture, 👍

If it don't happen then no worries, but if it does and there is a lot of hard production work that you have put into it, even if just accounting stuff, music, art...etc you may well be left feeling a bit suicidal, i know what it feels like to lose a fuckton of info and it's not nice, 😭

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1 hour ago, Campion said:

 

And here's me trying to learn Python and become an amateur coder, am I wasting my time? Mind you, I rather enjoy it. I did BASIC too, and COBOL in the old days. 

Oh g-d, COBOL - you had to write a f*ing essay just to get started. Possibly Fortran was worse. Luckily, since I am not a coder, all I ever have to these days is write VBA for Word and Excel (and occasionally Access). If you can't at least read it yourself how would you know if a chat AI had given you something useful or malicious?

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49 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

Oh g-d, COBOL - you had to write a f*ing essay just to get started.

 

Yes but what i liked about it was that the "essay" was pretty close to the thoughts I had when thinking how to solve the problem. We were taught to write in pseudocode first, before putting into COBOL (or PASCAL or whatever, that was another one) so the code was more readable. 

 

Another thing I learned was JSP, Jackson Structured Programming to impose a regular structure on the algorithm before we started coding, like a more structured form of flowchart, which again made it easier for someone else to see what we're doing. 

 

49 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

If you can't at least read it yourself how would you know if a chat AI had given you something useful or malicious?

 

Good point. What also worries me is how do I write something that's safe from hackers hijacking it to get into my system? 

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7 hours ago, Campion said:

Good point. What also worries me is how do I write something that's safe from hackers hijacking it to get into my system?

 

Spell it all wrong, they'll still get the gist of what your saying 😅

 

 

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11 hours ago, k_j_evans said:

If you can't at least read it yourself how would you know if a chat AI had given you something useful or malicious?

True I suppose. I may not be able to write code like this myself, but I can at least read through what it has written and I understand what it is doing.

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19 hours ago, Campion said:

 

Yes but what i liked about it was that the "essay" was pretty close to the thoughts I had when thinking how to solve the problem. We were taught to write in pseudocode first, before putting into COBOL (or PASCAL or whatever, that was another one) so the code was more readable. 

 

Another thing I learned was JSP, Jackson Structured Programming to impose a regular structure on the algorithm before we started coding, like a more structured form of flowchart, which again made it easier for someone else to see what we're doing. 

 

 

Good point. What also worries me is how do I write something that's safe from hackers hijacking it to get into my system? 

I didn't mean the pseudo code - I would always do that. I meant the b* divisions. I still use JSP (more or less) - good old stars, crows feet and toasting forks - for writing VBA.

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