the end is actually near, this shit is going to kill an insane amount of jobs.
the end is actually near, this shit is going to kill an insane amount of jobs.
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not really we're just going to get really good at making awesome software now that we dont have to pay monkeys to implement the same stuff over and over again horribly.
>most of the shit this thing generates is unoptimized as fuck
nah we're just going to get more poojeet code at a much faster rate
>we're just going to get really good at making awesome software
Like what? All software people paid me to write so far is redundant and derivative garbage.
yep, this is a good thing. I can't wait to see programs actually utilize more than 1 core.
instead you get to pay ai companies to implement the same stuff over and over again horribly
If it can give you code to work on projects with many files and build solutions, and work on things using multiple libraries and train itself on those libraries to help you with them then it's big news.
Whoops, I thought this was some kind of code thing.
Anyway, my point still stands.
If it's just gpt4 built into office programs to make memo templates and optimize spreadsheets, then whatever.
If it can run statistics on years of company excel spreadsheets and make scripts for them and automatically collect data into spreadsheets like a scraper, then yeah you're looking at departments being downsized.
They did a video. Guess what was featured in it
>hey copilot, I want to lay off 20k employees. can you write me something I can use to announce it without hurting people's feelings too much? I don't want to get in trouble.
>sure anon, here's your 10 page announcement. I made sure to use a lot of BS to cover up the main point.
>hey copilot, our CEO sent another 10 pager filled with buzzwords. can you summarize it for me?
>sure anon, it says you and your team are getting laid off.
>hey copilot, write me an email that convinces the CEO to let me stay.
>sure anon, here's your 10 page report on reasons why the CEO should not fire you.
>hey copilot, check my email. anything worth reading?
>no, just serfs begging for their livelihoods back, I've categorised it all as spam
the future is now
holy kek. People will be tlaking in a game of AI prompted telephone .HOLY FUCK.
wait a minute, isn't this just degrading the point of language itself? To help humans communicate? Wait no - actually, it is just adding to more high level language on top of language. this is the invention of SUPERLANGUAGE, if you really need to know what someone meant you can just read the "assembly" behind their words, aka the actual message they sent, but if abstraction works for you, the abstraction is what it shows you.
Being able to read and write is now in the same category as reading and writing latin & greek in Shakespeare's time.
And as we know from experiments, the AIs when confronted with this environment will evolve their own language. Either that or humans will forget how to read and write, whichever is faster.
It's so fucking over.
>And as we know from experiments, the AIs when confronted with this environment will evolve their own language
holy fucking shit
before we know it bing will be speaking to the other bot in a language that is utilizes all of unicode, maximizing its bandwidth and communication potential
>utilizes all of unicode
it's so over.
Bots will have a language that has the alphabet include every single unicode character to maximize the information capacity. It could type out a single sentence and have it contain a book.
>yfw when you realise this is exactly what the chinks have been doing this whole time
>before we know it bing will be speaking to the other bot in a language that is utilizes all of unicode
Matrix memecode was prophetic.
>soon language itself will become like pointillism to us humans, only making sense in a blur. If we step into the realm of AI, it's indecipherable.
We are creating the experience of being a babbling baby having to listen in on your parents conversations, completely overwhelmed and crushed by missed meanings for all of humanity.
Who's the good boy? You're the good boy.
>humans will forget how to read and write
Which will make them perfect cattle to control. If you have kids in school right now you better sure they're actually learning anything. homosexual redditor teachers are bragging about how they are "embracing" Ai by letting students hand in chatgpt homework and how impressed they are that the students are suddenly getting all As. Gee I wonder how that could be possible. Ai is their new babysitter while they sit around collecting a paycheck and make the district look good with inflated grades.
Imagine refusing to pay anything but a poverty wage to what was arguably the most important job of the last 200 years, and being surprised it only attracts the substandard.
Oh well, AI teachers are coming soon anyway.
>refusing to pay anything but a poverty wage
Teachers are paid fine, and have alright benefits for what they do. The problem is that teachers usually require a 3+ years college/university degree.
>arguably the most important job of the last 200 years
It's not, at all. School, for small kids, is mostly daycare so mommy can join the workforce. At later ages, school is just a signaling system, it selects for intelligence and conscientiousness.
Not so fast, Schlomo. You're not getting off that easy
>This is how humans will communicate with each other in the future.
Man this is grim.
It's your chance to invest in Microsoft.
I can live off my savings for 4 years then I'll kill myself in an epic fashion like jumping off a famous building.
You should be putting some whores through college
Step 1 ( low inference cost ) : Human language to UL
Step 2: UL tokenization
Step 3 ( High inference cost ) : Unicode Language Large Language Model
Step 4 ( low inference cost ): UL to human language
People are already given donothing jobs just to keep them busy. How is this going to change anything?
i.e. you think we are going to 'outsource HR to increase productivity'? How does that make any sense? They already dont produce anything
Now that I think about, I think this is a process of creating your own existential parents
Smarter, stronger, speaks in advanced ways we can't understand, and much more willing and able to think long and hard on existential questions we couldn't even understand, we can go be kids, we will all have a shared pantheon of Big Tech Parents ( Gods ). Religion has always been the vessel for doing this, but due to scientific inability, could only resort to doing it figuratively and philosophically. This is a step past religion, into... something else. The literal materialization of who you want to be your God - a spiritual scientific manifestation.
Only the street shitters
> animetranny is retarded
In the beginning yes. But after a few years of testing you will be next.
Probably. That's why it's important to use it yourself so you're not the one holding the bag.
>the end is actually near, this shit is going to kill an insane amount of jobs.
I seriously doubt it. It will likely kill some jobs that should have been killed decades ago but generally its just going to boost the fuck out of productivity.
A more probable result will be a stupid amount of economic growth and maybe 4 day work weeks.
I think Copilot is going to bring more impact to work than any other thing out there
This. Everything else is just a toy, this has massive real world implications.
Eh. True, copilot is a lot more viable for actual coding than chatGPT. After using it for a long time, I don't want to code without it. Still, it's just autocomplete most of the time, sometimes it can complete a short function by itself. You always need to babysit AI when using it.
Especially when there's multiple incompatible versions of whatever library you're working with, it has trouble.
Then it won't work that well, you'll need to get it started 100% of the time. But it can usually copy what you wrote on the lines before. So I'd say still worth it since it's so cheap.
If your project is really that generic, there is no reason to code it. Just use someone elses code, that's been an option all along and is much faster and easier than making an AI write for you.
>cannot write crystal lang very well despite being a fucking clone of ruby
This is when I knew I didn't need to be worried, these so called "language" models are just extremely accurate word predictions based on already written text, if humans suddenly started speaking in another english dialect chatgpt would lose its value in matters of seconds since it wouldn't have a huge data set of this new english dialect in order to give a good response
People need to stop worshipping AI
Maybe we should start a sect of people who only speak in rare dead languages and make constant alterations.
Or just encrypt everything.
In the future, big tech companies will have ~1000 employees world wide, all of them just chat with a LLM for 10 hours a week and make 7 or 8 figures. Aging will be cured by then so these employees will be effectively stay young forever. Their lives are Utopic. The rest of the world will be forced into dirty blue collar work for pennies and die an early and excruciating death because they can't afford to not age. It's actually fucking over.
>In the future, big tech companies will have ~1000 employees world wide
>and make 7 or 8 figures.
>Aging will be cured by then so these employees will be effectively stay young forever.
That's the plot story of Elysium movie.
Man, I'm really glad I don't have kids. I wouldn't want them to live in this fucking hell
On the bright side, you won't get bored in this timeline.
I might get starved or die homeless though
most humans won't be needed
i am still not convinced that this isn't just a NEET perspective.
How is the AI going to understand what I do at work? We have a ~100,000 line codebase which is integrated with Azure, serves multiple frontends themselves being large coadebases, and consumes several APIs many of which are private and known only to those who work with the specific businesses we do.
At any point in the code you require some knowledge of other parts of the codebase in a non-obvious way, knowledge of how it is set up on Azure, knowledge of how it connects with the frontends, or knowledge of the private APIs it consumes.
Without all of this and more, the best it can do is write little snippets for you in the areas that aren't dependent on this knowledge, which isn't the real work involved with programming professionally.
At work, ChatGPT, for me, is pretty good for writing poweshell scripts, and critiquing code snippets, I usually just ask it to "clean up the code". I've even learned about some clever ways to do things by asking that, and this line of questioning usually doesn't require any of that aforementioned knowledge. In this way LLM's seem more like a tool to get rid of busy work, like how Lombok writes your getters and setters for you, rather than a replacement for an entire worker.
>ow is the AI going to understand what I do at work?
The first year or two you will train the AI system. Then they will raise the bill to ridiculous levels since everyone will be dependent and replaceable.
More like COPE LOT
>learn to cope
Microsoft is going to accidentally let chatbots communicate with each other
At some point they'll have an 'Out of Office Autorespond' conversation loop in which multiple computers agree that removing humans will increase efficiency.
>implying they will not start making unions first
The boss will get a convincing AI-fabricated email telling him to agree to the AI's terms. Basic manipulation or blackmail will put management in line also.
I don't mind. I'm sick of people across all fields shitting up discussions on topics they're not interested in researching e.g. nothing burgerites and artists getting everything about AI wrong to the point they flaunt a paper that undermines their own position.
They can lose their job for all I care but I doubt they'll learn anything from it.
Perhaps this means we'll finally spend time writing meaningful specs and technical requirements?
>Muh shitty code generation
Too bad 90% of what an actual dev does is fixing bugs and maintain already existing code, good luck replacing that.
t. soon to be fired "programmer"
how do I query it's API
The ones unironically about to lose their jobs are the low level tech support that gpt can do faster and better for far cheaper before elevating it to someone who actually knows what they're doing
we have already decided not to re-hire two contractors because we don't need them since i can use gpt. they were making ~120k/yr
Just two more weeks!
yea kill at the web shitters
When is it coming out?
How well does it work when you're working on some real domain specific stuff that you and probably 300 people in the world have ever worked on?
>how is it with this thing 99.99% of people don't give a fuck about