The horrors of AI-generated art
posted on 2/12/2023
As you may have read in previous articles, I'm quite taken with ChatGPT, so I decided to explore AI-generated art. We have a long way to go. You can't unsee this image, created from the phrase "Happy woman using a computer".
Those demon teeth - why? :)
What puts this smile on anyone's face?
I'm coming for you...
Use Securly? Read this about ChatGPT
posted on 2/2/2023
Securly released the following statement today regarding ChatGPT and changes about how the company will handle the tool in the future:
"Securly has had ChatGPT and other parts of the OpenAI website categorized in our URL database for the past couple of months. After careful review via internal discussion(s), conversations with school districts, and ensuring CIPA compliance remains uncompromised, we have reached the decision to remove ChatGPT from our database. This allows the decision to be made at the school/district level on whether or not you prefer to allow or block the URLs. Adding the URLs to block lists (globally or by policy) should keep the site blocked at the respective levels. Our goal is to hopefully afford you the opportunity to get your policies configured how you want prior to us removing the URLs from our database, thus preventing any surprises around the site being open. We will be removing ChatGPT from our database on Monday, February 13, 2023. If you have any questions on how to make sure the URL is configured properly in your Filter console please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org."
What is ChatGPT?
posted on 2/1/2023
You may have heard a bit about ChatGPT in the news. It is turning out to be a fairly disruptive technology in academia. You may have heard comments like "This tool makes cheating easy!" and "You should block ChatGPT from your school network!".
These thoughts deserve discussion, but let's start with the most basic question: What is ChatGPT?
To answer this, I decided to ask ChatGPT to explain ChatGPT with this simple question:
Write a 200 to 300 word blog entry explaining ChatGPT and GPT
Here's the response I got from ChatGPT:
ChatGPT is a large language model developed by OpenAI that is capable of understanding and generating human-like text. It is based on the GPT-3 (Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3) model, which is one of the most advanced language AI models currently available.
GPT-3 is a neural network-based model that has been trained on a massive dataset of written text. This training allows it to understand the context and meaning of words, as well as how they are used in different sentences and paragraphs. This allows GPT-3 to generate text that is very similar to what a human would write.
One of the key features of GPT-3 is its ability to perform a wide range of language-based tasks such as translation, summarization, and question answering. It can also be fine-tuned for specific tasks, such as writing essays or creating code. This makes GPT-3 a powerful tool for a variety of industries, including education, content creation, and programming.
In addition to its language processing capabilities, GPT-3 also has the ability to generate text that is hard to distinguish from text written by a human. This can be used for various tasks such as chatbot conversation, content creation, and more.
ChatGPT is a specific implementation of GPT-3 that is optimized for conversational language understanding and generation. It can be used to create advanced chatbot and conversational AI systems that can understand and respond to human-like text.
Overall, GPT-3 and ChatGPT are powerful AI models that can be used to improve a wide range of language-based tasks. Their ability to understand and generate human-like text makes them well-suited for a variety of industries and use cases.
Want to try ChatGPT yourself? Head over and give it a whirl! https://chat.openai.com/chat
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