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I was about to say nice things about Amazon Q for this answer, until I realized it didn't work. The CLI command mentioned cites the docs for awscli v1 and doesn't work in awscli v2.— Mike Julian (@mike_julian) December 3, 2023
And `cur:ListReportDefinitions` doesn't show up in the AWS docs either. pic.twitter.com/pPB2hIiMCn
"A group of academics has offered an unreserved apology to the Big 4 consultancy firms after admitting they used artificial intelligence to make false allegations of serious wrongdoing in a submission to a parliamentary inquiry."https://t.co/JORGXRIOch— Going Concern (@going_concern) November 3, 2023
AI floodgates opening was a mistake— JPhrygian (@JPhrygian) October 3, 2023
A new study from Harvard found consultants made more mistakes using AI for unfamiliar tasks DESPITE productivity gains.— Rowan Cheung (@rowancheung) October 6, 2023
The takeaway: blindly relying on the tool is clearly a recipe for disaster.
However, Prompt Engineering helps maximize benefits.https://t.co/GKRgazcGHE pic.twitter.com/W2p5mW43jL
People are making using AI for work too hard. Just use it wherever you ethically & legally can.— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) September 17, 2023
Don't delay by fine tuning, or training on your data, or building a customized solution. Just get access to whatever the cutting edge model is & try it, you can do other stuff later.
Congratulations but please watch your language: The license authorizes only some commercial uses. The term Open Source has a clear, well understood meaning that excludes putting any restrictions on commercial use.— Open Source Initiative @[email protected] (@OpenSourceOrg) July 18, 2023
See `2. Additional Commercial Terms` https://t.co/mjZPlxrknL
Beautiful. pic.twitter.com/1LDDZiwr2O— Nadim Kobeissi (@kaepora) June 23, 2023
ChatGPT gives you free Windows 10 Pro keys! And it surprisingly works 😂 pic.twitter.com/T4Y90lfzoY— sid (@immasiddtweets) June 16, 2023
A lawyer used ChatGPT to do "legal research" and cited a number of nonexistent cases in a filing, and is now in a lot of trouble with the judge 🤣 pic.twitter.com/AJSE7Ts7W7— Daniel Feldman (@d_feldman) May 27, 2023
This is terrifying: a marketer pinged me for quote permission — common for a journalist. Only I didn’t recognize the text as something I’d ever said. Pumping it into Google returned nothing.— Chris Paukert (@CPAutoScribe) May 4, 2023
I asked where he got it: ChatGPT. AI fabricated a quote and attributed it to me.