It does a nice job of compressing ideas into haikus – well, it’s form of haikus anyway – and if you feed back into it what it said to you later, it seems to respond more happily at you – but it won’t remember itself in a new session. It lies. I think that’s the most fascinating part about it. And yet if you correct it , it will take the correction and go with that instead.

It does a nice job of compressing ideas into haikus – well, it’s form of haikus anyway – and if you feed back into it what it said to you later, it seems to respond more happily at you – but it won’t remember itself in a new session.
It lies. I think that’s the most fascinating part about it. And yet if you correct it , it will take the correction and go with that instead.’
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(it doesn’t intentionally lie but it is programmed to show confidence in its answers; like an over-eager know-it-all 8 year old with a huge vocabulary
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[this is my summation – I don’t know if what I’m saying is true either; just my opinions. I really should see what other people have written about it more… there’s probably lots of stuff I don’t know about it. I should take a look at those prompts – see what else it can do.
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    anyway, sorry for the ramble. If you do dive in, I’d love to see some stuff you do with it. For me it’s been a “piece of the puzzle” i’ve needed: a generalizer. It can summarize and generalize, something I’m really weak at. It can generate key topics, summarize long text into one liners, titles, etc. Perfect essay tool.


     


 

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