Post was Deleted

King of the Hill 1

Current king of the hill (#1)

at

Collaborative Summary of the ‘sparks of Agi’ Paper - Gpt4.

Submitted by

Josh

on

10/2/2023.

This king text has no current edits attempting to take its place.

IDK it is a large language model, its trained to guess the next set of words. Couldn't it do all of this just by... guessing the next set of words given the context and query.

By lupin ·

Reply

Yeah, that is entirely possible. But other options are possible consider:

1. The current reigning theory of how the human brain is bootstrapped is coming up with predictions on the next set of patterns (whether in space or time). AKA we might be bootstrapped in a similar (but different) manner. See Jeff Hawkins

2. They did not release the architecture or training details but I have to think they have moved beyond just training it on predicting the next word. If nothing else, it may have gotten a similar treatment as chatGPT.

3. This argument can be used forever and there is no way of disproving it. We could have AGI's running the world government and still be arguing over whether they are just predicting the next logical set of words. So we should not use this argument to say: "everything is fine, there is no need for concern."

By Josh ·

Reply

Yeah this is a little scary...

By frank-green ·

Reply

And they are connecting this model to internet APIs... you know in the movies, the AGI at least had to try and reach the internet.

By CamelFacts ·

Reply

More to explore:

Taking on the Camino for Ovarian Cancer

Shortcuts

  • Follow Ingrid’ Clancys progress step by step, on her picture blog at http://bit.ly/IngridClancy2024 (please “Follow” and “Comment” there to give her ...

Mitigating the Potential Dangers of Artificial Intelligence

The bots are coming! Artificial intelligence’s abilities are growing. What are the potential dangers? This is the hub for discussing this coming future.

It is ...

Implementing Asimov’s Laws of Robotics (The first law) - How alignment could work.

The Three Laws of Robotics

In 1942 Isaac Asimov started a series of short stories about robots. In those stories, his robots were programed to obey the three la...