oh sure we do. But we don’t have control over what other people do or allow happen and it’s those people that are in positions of power that can keep or abdicate their roles of responsibility.

oh sure we do. But we don’t have control over what other people do or allow happen and it’s those people that are in positions of power that can keep or abdicate their roles of responsibility.


Yes. It’s like inheriting a piece of equipment that you have instructions for but don’t fully understand how it operates; just enough to keep it going and use it and hope it doesn’t break down too badly.
children. It is up to us to raise them right.
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 it jumps into the first answer that ‘seems’ good to it for whatever reason; then I remind it, “but what about this other part you didn’t meantion?” it goes, “Oh yeah sorry about that” and tries to incorporate the missing bits in.
It’s one of things I love in dealing with it; reminds me of many nieces and nes
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 I’m curious then; how do you define intelligence?
You say it does not need to interact with the environment; in the example of chatGPT, when it is working to clarify “in context”, they discovered it seems to create a “mini chatGPT” within itself to puzzle out the contextual answers then zaps it
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