So ChatGPT is having some trouble with this one. The track I’m referring to is Come As You Are.
Category Archives: AI
Installing Nvidia firmware on Debian
Today I learned how to install nvidia firmware on debian. ChatGPT strikes again!
ChatGPT Shared Links FAQ
Hell yeah! ChatGPT Shared Links FAQ. I see many links in your future.
6 Phases of the Post-GPT World
6 Phases of the Post-GPT World. A good read. Some interesting ideas. Many quotable bits but this was my fav: “In short, we’re about to multiply the creative output of planet Earth by hundreds of orders of magnitude.”
In conversation with ChatGPT
Model: Default (GPT-3.5)
Whatever happened to the girl who played the cello for Nirvana Unplugged?
The girl who played the cello during Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged performance in 1993 was Lori Goldston. Lori Goldston is a talented cellist who has had a successful career as a musician and composer. After her appearance with Nirvana, she continued to collaborate with various artists and bands, both as a performer and a recording artist.
Following the Nirvana Unplugged performance, Lori Goldston went on to work with musicians such as David Byrne, Cat Power, and Earth. She has also released solo albums and composed music for films and dance performances. In addition to her work as a cellist, Goldston is known for her improvisational and experimental approach to music.
Lori Goldston’s contribution to the Nirvana Unplugged performance, particularly her cello arrangement for the song “Something in the Way,” received critical acclaim and is still celebrated by fans of the band. Her performance added a unique and haunting element to the already iconic concert.
As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, Lori Goldston was actively involved in the music industry, and she continues to perform, compose, and collaborate with various artists. However, for the most up-to-date information on her current activities, it’s recommended to check reliable sources or her official website.
Recently I read about Intuitionism and I can tell you unreservedly that I do not believe in it. I believe that objective things can exist independent of human minds and the most salient example I could give is in your computers. In your computer you can calculate 1 + 1 = 2 and you can do so quite independently of a human mind. 1 + 1 = 2 is an objective truth which can easily be modelled in a machine. Certainly mathematics can *also* be the result of constructive mental activity in human minds, but it is not limited to that. Also it might be interesting to note that machines will be able to find objective mathematical truths which are beyond the capacity of a human mind alone, in fact I’m quite sure that will have been done already (if you can think of an example feel free to let me know!).
AGI is highly imminent
I find myself optimistic too. AGI is highly imminent. It’s not quite here yet, but I think soon it will be.
The Bitter Lesson
Another one for the archives: The Bitter Lesson. This is an article about how Moore’s Law continues to outdo AI researchers. I thought this was “bitter pill”, but it’s actually “bitter lesson”. (But now I can search for either! :P)
Related: History of artificial neural networks.
There’s some pretty interesting stuff happening out there: Vicuna: An Open-Source Chatbot Impressing GPT-4 with 90%* ChatGPT Quality.