wat0n wrote:I don't think passing a MBA exam is the best example of what ChatGPT can do. It can also pass the US Medical Licensing Exam, which should be harder:
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101 ... 643v2.full
I find it interesting, I don't think this means AI can replace your doctor but it should help doctors a lot. In particular, it's possible a doctor may work on more patients than now, making healthcare cheaper.
The same thing can be likely said about other professions. E.g. this type of bot will also help in management, even if it will obviously not become a manager.
Again, I think the issue is basically why these tools that help free up people's time don't actually become useful in valuing human beings ability to dedicate themselves to really rewarding stuff. Instead the huge groups of humans who are stuck in poverty, with bad educations and little opportunities for advancement continues to trend worldwide. If these advances are not harnessed to serve poor people in poor nations and to advance all of the people in all of the nations and instead it becomes only for the nations with money and power it is useless. You will not change the world hording exclusively advanced tools just for societies that sell these products at a high price.
Pharmaceuticals are an example. What good is it if most people can't afford the high price of drugs, insulin and etc.? You got high quality pharmaceutical products but if only a small group can pay? How the hell does that make the world better? Socialize education and medicine. Get the for profit shit out of it and sponsor it via public funds controlled by taxpayers and put caps on profit or make them unable to market it if it does not benefit everyone in the society.
ChatGPT is a danger according to the article because it can be a catalyst for lying and inaccurate information and it learns but kind of lacks critical thinking skills and creativity that is independent of information and programming. It is programmable for lying too. Think about that? If all of the information you receive in the world might be false? How many political, academic and personal decision mistakes would you be likely to make if the information you are spoon fed and manipulated by is all false? It is a disaster Wat0n.