It's not that interesting to post a ChatGPT response to a prompt like "Explain why cars are terrible" as the AI will produce something just as confident and probably wrong as if you had prompted it with "Explain why cars are terrific".
AI for documenting your code? Seems simpler to get rid of the comments and let users use AI to summarize it themselves if it is so able. #ChatGPT
I hate when I spend half an hour trying to figure out an API, then I ask #ChatGPT and it gives me a complete program within ten seconds. 🤨
Just tried doing a search for "automatically tag photos" and discovered that there's nothing left on the web but sites generated by #ChatGPT. Search is dead. Anybody know a good tool for automatically tagging photos?
20 bucks a month for ChatGPT Plus? How do you justify that kind of expense? Is your company paying for it?
Sometimes I have ChatGPT write a script for me, and I can almost hear it saying, "You really need me to do something that simple?"
Kind of surprised by the number of Grumpy Guses dissing on ChatGPT's ability to write code. It's a tool. I like tools. I use tools. Yay tools!
Just goofing off while #ChatGPT writes a database script for me. I told it to combine the tables and it concatenated them instead of joining on a key field which is obviously what I meant, so hard to get good help nowadays. 🤨
BREAKING: Reporters to start using #ChatGPT to generate their stories, instead of what they do now, which is to copy and paste a bunch of Twitter comments and call that a story.