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The whole talk by OpenAI's @E0M is fascinating and eye-opening. He says the pace of product and feature releases over the last year would have been even faster if not for the GPU shortage — they had stuff ready to ship but knew they couldn't handle the load.
OpenAI's security team noticed that a group reverse engineered and was abusing ChatGPT's internal API. Instead of shutting them down, they quickly replaced ChatGPT with CatGPT… and then lurked in the attackers' Discord to watch the chaos. Absolute legend.
Amazing thread. Reports of real-world utility, even anecdotal, are more informative to me than benchmarks. But there's a flip side. How many people put their symptoms into ChatGPT and got wrong answers, which they trusted over doctors? There won't be viral threads about those.
Amazing — a paper from two years ago on the exact question we've been fighting about in this thread! My favorite thing about Twitter.
Exactly — the reason buzzwords are so persistent is that it's a collective action problem. Everyone hates it yet feels compelled to use it. As explained in a brilliant paper by @aawinecoff and @watkins_welcome: