A new technique for developing “conversational AI” neural networks will be popularized, whose generated content is less based on word-by-word prediction (like GPT-3) and more based on the semantics and concepts expressed by those words.
- topherhunt estimated 80% on 2020-12-12
- platypus42 said “Can you specify what you mean by “popularized” here? Does it have to be as effective as GPT-3, or have as much media coverage as GPT-3, or something else? ” on 2020-12-15
- topherhunt said “Clarification: by “popularized” I mean that a compelling proof-of-concept has been developed, announced, and made available for public interaction in some form. It doesn’t need to exceed GPT-3 in performance / realism / popular coverage.” on 2020-12-15
- platypus42 estimated 20% on 2020-12-15
- sty.silver estimated 12% on 2020-12-15
- sjy estimated 20% on 2021-01-01
- sole21000 estimated 38% and said “Assuming deadline is end of 2022 and that technique can underperform and receive less media attention than GPT-3.” on 2021-01-07
- jazzsolo estimated 25% on 2021-01-09
- Reinersaltaccount said “Does ChatGPT count? If so, I’ll judge this prediction right. Can you kindly respond?” on 2023-02-04
- sjy said “While a new “conversational AI” was certainly popularised in 2022, it was based on GPT-3, so I think this prediction must be judged as false.” on 2023-02-24
- sjy judged this prediction wrong on 2023-02-24.
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