AI Talk Aftertaste

I cannot stop marveling at the perfect illusion of talking to a human that we humans have built with the advent of generative AIs like ChatGPT or Google Gemini. However, talking to them also feels strikingly wrong, precisely because AI mimics humans without actually being one, which essentially equates to a lie. Another conclusion I’ve

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A Risk as Grave as Climate Change for Humanity’s Future. ChatGPT on Ethics

Me: Can you evaluate the maxim, “Evil is permissible and even necessary when it helps good to triumph,” from an ethical standpoint? GPT: This maxim is complex and controversial. While it might find some acceptance in Consequentialism and Cultural Relativism, most modern ethical frameworks, like Deontology and Virtue Ethics, reject it. Me: What would a

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ChatGPT at work: Saint Coloman’s attributes and why OpenAI cannot correct itself

The following is a striking illustation of the extraordinary ablity of ChatGPT to carry on the conversation and correct itself, even when the topic is absolutely unfamiliar to 99,9% of people. We know this is not full-fledged artificial intelligence yet, but the rule of duck works: in it looks like a duck, swims like a

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ChatGPT: Beyond the Hype

With all the ongoing buzz around AI and ChatGPT, many non-technical users seem lost in a mythic space of exaggerated facts and arbitrary speculations, with emotions swaying between horror and religious frenzy. This post aims to bring clarity and common sense into this space, helping readers take a more balanced view of this new phenomenon.

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Why I started this blog

A martlet is heraldic swift-like bird that never lands, passing its whole life on the wing. It symbolizes a non-stop quest for knowledge and adventure. I chose this pen name as I find myself on a similar ongoing, multi-directional quest. As a web developer, I work non-stop on various client and personal projects. As a

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