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#21 Post by Fox3WheresMyBanana » Wed May 03, 2023 9:17 pm

Well, quite.
And if you can't define the definition, you can't adequately define the problem, so you can't adequately solve the problem.
What happens in practice is that the problem is defined within the limits of the budget and the timescale, and the prejudices and capabilities of the people in charge, which currently means hiring a lot of cheap monkeys on H1B visas to do not much more than random typing, and the complete works of Shakespeare is not what you get.

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#22 Post by OneHungLow » Wed May 03, 2023 9:20 pm

Fox3WheresMyBanana wrote:
Wed May 03, 2023 9:17 pm
Well, quite.
And if you can't define the definition, you can't adequately define the problem, so you can't adequately solve the problem.
What happens in practice is that the problem is defined within the limits of the budget and the timescale, and the prejudices of the people in charge, which currently means hiring a lot of cheap monkeys on H1B visas to do not much more than random typing, and the complete works of Shakespeare is not what you get.
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#23 Post by Fox3WheresMyBanana » Wed May 03, 2023 9:28 pm

I'm much more cynical that that, I was just Playing Nice ;)))

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#24 Post by OneHungLow » Mon Jun 12, 2023 4:58 pm

Had some fun watching a froend training a ChatGPT session to do some basic flight planning this afternoon...

It is a quick learner although not always precise enough vide. definition of FEW etc. The AI also tends to use circular definitions etc., but altogether an impressive start.

Here is a snippet from the exercise....

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#25 Post by Karearea » Mon Jun 19, 2023 12:43 am

Boac wrote:
Wed May 03, 2023 8:42 am
... There do often appear to be a number of bots active on the site. ...
Had a hunt around for any recent reference to this topic before I posted:

Just curious about the number of 'guests' appearing on the "Who is online" list - are they mostly bots, d'you think, and if so, can their country of origin be detected, do they have our best interests at heart, ought they to be blocked by the site?
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#26 Post by prospector » Mon Jun 19, 2023 5:39 am

Simulation as in MicroSoft Flight Simulator 2020 is nearly magic, The new Garmin panels are really good, track your GPS position accurately, how it does it is beyond me. I can take off from my home airport and fly anywhere in the world in many different aircraft, realistically modelled. I can fly on a GPS direct track, or via the airways using VOR. I can do an approach at an airport equipped with ILS, the instruments behaving exactly as they should, the real time weather can be dialed in, real time traffic can be incorporated, with the flight number shown, and altitude when passing.
You have to have a computer and graphics card up to the job, I have a 55 inch monitor with the nearly latest graphics card, and it is a good way to sightsee around the world to the places I never got to when I was actively flying. You can be in the driver's seat in anything from a Piper Cub to Boeing 747, even jet trainers and fighters, not perfect but certainly very entertaining when the weather is to crook to be in the garden.

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#27 Post by admin2 » Mon Jun 19, 2023 7:07 am

Never paid much attention to them. Often they are 'identifiable' as Google, MSN, Bing etc which crawl the site so their search engines work. As far as I know they are as harmless as anything else!

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#28 Post by OneHungLow » Mon Jun 19, 2023 10:37 am

Bigger bots have little bots, upon their back to byte them, little bots have smaller bots... and so on ad infinitum!

The ChatGPT Plug-in that automatically creates other ChatGPT Plug-ins.


https://community.openai.com/t/sneak-pe ... -it/145088

This plugin allows you to create new plugins and bots using a variety of commands. It offers a simple and user-friendly interface for generating code and automating tasks.

Key Features
Introduction Command: Provides an introduction to the bot's purpose and type.

Random Plug-in: Create a random plug-in on a specified topic, allowing for increased create new plugins built on auto pilot.

cURL Conversion: Convert cURL commands to various programming languages, making it easy to adapt code for different platforms.

Swagger/OpenAPI Definition: Generate and manage API documentation using Swagger/OpenAPI standards, helping you maintain accurate and up-to-date documentation.

Extensible Command Set: The plugin supports a wide range of command types, enabling you to expand its functionality to suit your needs.

JSON and YAML Support: Work seamlessly with JSON and YAML formats to easily read and write configuration files and data.

Recursive Workflows: Design and implement recursive workflows for tasks requiring iterative or nested processes.

Server and Code Generation: Automate server setup and code generation for rapid development and deployment.

Code Deployment: Streamline the deployment of your code to various platforms and environments.

Error Handling: Build robust applications with comprehensive error handling and debugging capabilities.

Perpetual Feedback Loops: Implement continuous feedback loops for monitoring and improving your applications over time.

Open Source Code : Easy to deploy Python app MIT licensed
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#29 Post by PHXPhlyer » Mon Sep 11, 2023 6:46 pm

Tesla shares jump after Morgan Stanley predicts Dojo supercomputer could add $500 billion in market value

https://www.cnn.com/2023/09/11/tech/tes ... index.html

Tesla’s Dojo supercomputer could fuel a $500 billion jump in the electric vehicle maker’s market value, analysts at Morgan Stanley said in a note Monday.

Shares of Tesla jumped more than 6% during early trading Monday morning, on the heels of the rosy prediction from Morgan Stanley’s team about the automaker’s supercomputing efforts. The Morgan Stanley team, lead by longtime Tesla analyst Adam Jonas, predicted that the massive drive in value could come from Dojo potentially unlocking new revenue streams through the wider adoption of robotaxis and software services.

The analysts compared the potential of Dojo at Tesla to the “same forces that have driven” Amazon Web Services to propel Amazon’s profitability to new heights.

“Investors have long debated whether Tesla is an auto company or a tech company. We believe it’s both, but see the biggest value driver from here being software and services revenue,” the note stated.

Dojo, an in-house supercomputer that has been in the works at Tesla for some five years, is designed to train AI systems to complete complex tasks like assisting Tesla’s driver-assistance system Autopilot as well as help propel its “Full Self-Driving” efforts.

The Morgan Stanley analysts see Dojo as being able to open up “new addressable markets that extend well beyond selling vehicles at a fixed price.”

The analysts added that the latest version of Tesla’s full self-driving system (expected to be unveiled at the end of the year) and Tesla’s next AI day (expected in early 2024, but yet to be announced) will be “worth watching.”

Shares of Tesla have doubled since the beginning of the year, but are still far off from the all-time intraday high of $414.50 hit in November 2021. The world’s most valuable carmaker had a market cap of some $788.74 billion as of the market close on Friday.

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