ChatGPT is one of the most talked-about subjects of the decade. Despite its questionable accuracy, it does an amazing job of creating human-sounding text. Squirrel Monkey set their time machine to 1988 to see what the AI might have been like had OpenAI released the tech 40 years prematurely. Offline mode would have been particularly awful.
The term “chatbot” is typically associated with those frustrating customer service AI gatekeepers before chatting with a real human. But in the case of this Boston Dynamics’ Spot robot, the chatbot has four legs and can walk. Engineers from the robotics company used ChatGPT and other AI models to enable Spot to answer questions and act as a tour guide.
ChatGPT and other AI tech have been in the news a lot these days. This fascinating short film from Private Island explores the implications of trusting artificial intelligence to solve problems for us. After tasking ChatGPT with improving diversity in the workplace, we’re exposed to some disturbing biases in the AI’s training data.