[ExI] scioly trained by chat

BillK pharos at gmail.com
Sun Jan 15 11:54:12 UTC 2023

On Sun, 15 Jan 2023 at 03:23, Gregory Jones via extropy-chat
<extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> I used chatGPT last week for some obscure West Virginia history
> and stuff on the naval war in the Pacific in the forties.
> Didn't ask it about physics.  spike
> _______________________________________________

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By James Capell, January 13, 2023
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Wolfram Alpha as the Way to Bring Computational Knowledge Superpowers to ChatGPT
January 9, 2023
ChatGPT and Wolfram|Alpha
It’s always amazing when things suddenly “just work”. It happened to
us with Wolfram|Alpha back in 2009. It happened with our Physics
Project in 2020. And it’s happening now with OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

The Path Forward
Machine learning is a powerful method, and particularly over the past
decade, it’s had some remarkable successes—of which ChatGPT is the
latest. Image recognition. Speech to text. Language translation. In
each of these cases, and many more, a threshold was passed—usually
quite suddenly. And some task went from “basically impossible” to
“basically doable”.
There are all sorts of exciting possibilities, suddenly opened up by
the unexpected success of ChatGPT. But for now there’s the immediate
opportunity of giving ChatGPT computational knowledge superpowers
through Wolfram|Alpha. So it can not just produce “plausible
human-like output”, but output that leverages the whole tower of
computation and knowledge that’s encapsulated in Wolfram|Alpha and the
Wolfram Language.

AI marches forward!  :)


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