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Flo Crivello
GPT3 writing code. A compiler from natural language to code. People don't understand — this will change absolutely everything. We're decoupling human horsepower from code production. The intellectual equivalent of the discovery of the engine.
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Flo Crivello Jul 2
Replying to @Altimor
Today, the one main bottleneck to "software eating the world" is not capital or ambition — it's the limited pool of software engineers. We're going to find out what happens when we lift this barrier.
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Flo Crivello Jul 2
Replying to @Altimor
Remember, "there is no fire alarm for artificial general intelligence." When the singularity does come, it will start with seemingly mundane feats (if you can even call this that). Now really does feel like the beginning of that.
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Flo Crivello Jul 2
Replying to @Altimor
From "it's a best practice to start by defining your API and writing a README" to "defining your API and writing a README is all you need to do"
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Claudio Sanhueza, PhD Jul 3
Replying to @Altimor
Stop the hype
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Flo Crivello Jul 3
Replying to @csanhuezalobos
I can’t it’s a disease
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James Sutton Jul 2
Replying to @Altimor
When it works. My worry with that demo is he's created a "plain text" DSL that the model is simply interpreting, I'd love to see a model using different language to describe the same thing, and getting it to process properly. That would definitely be quite spectacular.
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Flo Crivello Jul 2
Replying to @zeryx1211
It's not even a v1 — the thing is even still in private beta, and it's growing polynomially. And yet it looks like it could easily multiply an individual engineer's productivity by 500%. Imagine this in 5 years.
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supertommy👨‍💻🦸‍♂️ Jul 2
Replying to @Altimor @swyx
wow, that’s amazing
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Tj Jul 2
Replying to @Altimor @swyx
Wow! This is amazing!!
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Antonio Marsella Jul 2
Replying to @Altimor @swyx
Something cool I won't work on: giving tests, make a machine to generate a program to pass those tests. Then add the runtime to the loss and you will get a fast program that passes all tests. Don't worry, I see a lot of bottlenecks of this myself.
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