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GPT-3 is making waves for its ability to generate human-like text. Will it live up to the hype?
Implementing GPT-3 is currently expensive. It can also be misused to create content that looks like human-written content and could be used to spread hate
TORONTO : Lifelesson 34: Destiny is what happens to you. Life is how you chose to react to it." This is just one of the series of motivational quotes that were tweeted by an Indian coder, Tushar Khattar, in the last week of July. Khattar tagged Ankur Warikoo, entrepreneur, angel investor and founder of nearbuy.com, and asked: “Here is GPT-3 trained on the life lessons you tweeted. And it has generated some of the lessons based on that. Do you think these would ever have been the thoughts you would have tweeted about?"