The graph represents a network of 2.469 Twitter users whose recent tweets contained "ChatGPT lang:en", or who were replied to or mentioned in those tweets, taken from a data set limited to a maximum of 2.000 tweets. The network was obtained from Twitter on Sunday, 05 February 2023 at 14:56 UTC. The tweets in the network were tweeted over the 49-minute period from Sunday, 05 February 2023 at 14:00 UTC to Sunday, 05 February 2023 at 14:50 UTC. Additional tweets that were mentioned in this data set were also collected from prior time periods. These tweets may expand the complete time period of the data.
The world's most famous chatbot, ChatGPT, was released in late November of last year. The immediate response was astonishment, followed almost immediately by terror about its ramifications -- most notably that it might generate school essays for dishonest kids. Yesterday, almost exactly two months later, OpenAI, ChatGPT's parent company released what many users hope will be the antidote to the poison. OpenAI's "classifier for indicating AI-written text" is the company's latest invention, and it's as easy-to-use as one could want: Copy-paste text into the box, click "Submit," and get your result. But if you're expecting a straight answer, you're going to be disappointed.
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As evidenced by the example of ChatGPT, artificial intelligence is advancing in unprecedented directions to solve exciting new problems. But, as AI is being pointed toward critical cybersecurity operations, do the gains outweigh the potential risks and concerns? "You should be worried," said Andy Thurai (pictured), vice president and principal analyst at Constellation Research Inc. "The problem people don't realize is that ChatGPT, being a new, shiny object, it's all the craze that's about. But the problem is that most of the content that's produced either by ChatGPT or others are assets with no warranties, accountability or whatsoever. If it is content, it's OK. But if it is something like code that you use, then it's mostly not."
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For five years or so, I have been running around as a pale imitation of Paul Revere, yelling, "The robots are coming! At schools, social settings, with family and friends, or even to complete strangers with whom I fell into conversations, I have uttered the same warning: "It's critical that you or your children identify a career -- now -- that won't be taken over by robots and artificial intelligence." My particular midnight ride started well before the pandemic reared its ugly head. But the pandemic may have planted a seed in the minds of certain CEOs that human beings are the weakest link on their chain to profit and prosperity. When the first "Terminator" movie was released -- eerily enough, in 1984 -- the world was introduced to Cyberdyne Systems and its "Skynet" artificial superintelligence system, which not only gained self-awareness but realized it could do everything infinitely faster and better than its human creators. Well, ever since that movie got people asking, "What if," the fictional theme -- and warnings about AI -- have been morphing into reality. The latest example of a technology poised to replace a human workforce is ChatGPT, the chatbot auto-generative system created by Open AI for online customer care. It is a pre-trained generative chat, which makes use of natural language processing, or NLP. The source of its data is textbooks, websites and various articles, which it uses to model its own language for responding to human interaction. It's certainly not a stretch to believe that any number of CEOs might think, "Interesting… A self-teaching artificial intelligence system that won't call in sick, doesn't need to be fed or to take bathroom breaks, does not require health care, but can and will work 24/7/365." Not shockingly, it has been reported that Microsoft, which is laying off 10,000 people, announced a "multiyear, multibillion-dollar investment" in this revolutionary technology, which apparently is growing smarter by the day. Pengcheng Shi, an associate dean in the Department of Computing and Information Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology, warned in an interview with the New York Post: "AI is replacing the white-collar workers.
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