In this episode, I’m joined by colleagues Oliver Cronk, Chris Price and James Heward for a lively debate on whether the latest advances in generative AI are going to threaten our jobs – are we going to be made redundant by our own creation?
We start with a quick summary of the latest advances in AI, and consider the nascent reasoning capabilities these models exhibit. We then explore the various tasks and roles required to build software applications, and consider the impact this technology will have.
Links from the podcast:
AI is morphing from tool to platform (and the next technology epoch begins) – some personal reflections on the impact of this technology
Catching up with OpenAI – a quick update on the most recent advances and research from OpenAI
An OpenAI API primer – a three-part series that covers explores the API, explaining concepts such as few-shot learning
Sam Altman: OpenAI CEO on GPT-4, ChatGPT, and the Future of AI – Lex Fridman and Sam Altman chat about the future of AI
Sparks of Artificial General Intelligence: Early experiments with GPT-4 – Researchers find that GPT4 is more than just a text generation engine
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