Physicist and science writer Michio Kaku said that large language model tools like OpenAI’s ChatGPT are nothing more than glorified tape recorders. Kaku is saying that the models take in terabytes of information and then selective return parts of it based upon questions.
Large language models (LLMs) are the new wave of artificial intelligence that trains neural networks with a large amount of human-generated text with the goal of producing new text and knowledge. In an interview with CNN anchor Fareed Zakaria yesterday (August 14), Kaku said A.I. applications like chatbots can benefit society and increase productivity.
AI chatbots cannot discern true from false. They can give true answers for a test but there is no model inside the systems.
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