This may be the worst thing that has ever happened to me… productivity-wise.
I’m a computer guy from way back. Before I jumped ship to be a financial planner, I was probably one of the top Microsoft Server administrator/engineer guys around. Since then, I’ve dug into writing, but I still can code just about anything and when the situation suits, I can honestly call myself a web developer.
But, for the most part, I ignore all of the shiny new things the tech industry spits out. When you live through Pets.com unironically, you tend to get the old wait and see on. I joined Facebook way after everyone else and only stayed because friends from high school and family members were on there. I have my privacy set to friends only and the only friends I have are people who would honestly want to see pictures of my kids.
I do Twitter but mostly to blurt into the void. Technically, I’m trying to build an audience but I’ve never tried hard. I still don’t use GitHub (I work alone, dammit) and I finally got into TikTok as a way to pass the time while I wait for my kiddos to finish “staying to support the team.”
But, I started seeing tweets about GPT-3.
I’ve seen / heard AI before.
But, he’s doing this…
And she’s doing this…
And it can…
Needless to say, I found the GPT-3 and I’ve been devouring tutorials and what documentation there is. I tried to find books but it’s too new.
Oh, and I’m supposed to be working.
But, it looks like I can get it to do this…
See ya down the rabbit hole.
The GPT-3 AI playground wrote this:
What about ADHD and learning AI? There is no known link between ADHD and AI. However, people with ADHD may be more likely to be interested in learning AI because of their natural curiosity and tendency to be analytical.