Some things are abundant, others are not.— Richard Behiel (@RBehiel) April 30, 2023
Notably lacking in the US: healthcare, housing, and quality education.
~6 billion people disagree with you.— Martin (@mbrochh) April 30, 2023
The coming depression and world war will serve as a slight drag to your optimism but it’s good to have dreams.— Jason (@JDog969) April 30, 2023
Imagine you have to choose, for your 16-hour flight from China to the US, one of these two situations:— Sree Sreenivasan 谢斯睿 (@sree) April 30, 2023
1. No wifi.
2. No recline.
Which would you pick?
Well, I was lucky enough to get BOTH! 🤦🏾♂️
Thanks, China Southern Airlines! pic.twitter.com/Ou1pFdhHxN
600 person indoor event in Texas— How to Make Friends (@nickgraynews) April 30, 2023
0 persons wearing masks ✅
is COVID-19 finally over? 3 years later
If it had stopped here, NYC would look like a European city. https://t.co/TJSHwp58hG— Paul Graham (@paulg) April 30, 2023
Being rich is a silly goal.— Justin Welsh (@thejustinwelsh) April 30, 2023
Your goal should be the freedom to focus on work you truly enjoy.
The easiest way to do that is to invest in yourself, invest in a tight network of peers, and build valuable content and assets.
All of those things compound towards a more free life.
@SusanShirk1 provides clear diagnosis and pragmatic suggestions, urging Beijing and Washington to move beyond overreach and overreaction to lower risk in relationship.— Ryan Hass (@ryanl_hass) April 30, 2023
As risks in relationship grow, so too will sensible voices such as Susan’s. https://t.co/sZWAoDWsRo
The inevitability of LLMs means we are all bottlenecked by the bandwidth textboxes and typing offer.— Delip Rao 🥭 (@deliprao) April 30, 2023
Billion dollar question: How do we escape the textbox?
Speech is not the answer.
AI first thinker.— Robert Scoble (@Scobleizer) April 30, 2023
If the AI makes something up about you run with it! https://t.co/wZ5QJ68eCw
Just loaded a 10,000 row dataset into the OpenAI Code Interpreter and did what I would describe as a “casual data analysis” beyond my wildest dreams by “talking to the data.” Would have taken me days to write in Python. Mind blown on the daily right now. 🤯— Dave Morin (@davemorin) April 30, 2023
Share what else has blown your mind about ChatGPT.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 30, 2023
Early 2023: “LLMs will disrupt search!”— Benedict Evans (@benedictevans) April 30, 2023
Spring 2023: search is probably the only thing that you can’t use an LLM for.
My first PhD student, a brilliant mathematician/software engineer had this astute observation “It is interesting that every time I want to find some answers to some niche questions, google results are irrelevant, and ChatGPT results are fictitious. https://t.co/yMunHvJ7NG— Vishal Misra (@vishalmisra) March 22, 2023
I had this problem when using lesser-known libraries with copilot. Copilot was completely useless for packages which aren't commonly found in GitHub repositories.— Vish (@__vishwanath__) March 22, 2023
LLMs' truthfulness problem isn't just because of hallucination. In this example it actually cited a source! What went wrong is hallucination combined with a failure to detect sarcasm and no ability to distinguish between authoritative sources and shitposts. https://t.co/wLGBnh86WI— Arvind Narayanan (@random_walker) March 22, 2023
Generating BS.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 30, 2023
Life update: Just hit 125,000 subscribers for my newsletter while exploring the coast of Hawaii.— Rowan Cheung (@rowancheung) April 30, 2023
When I started my newsletter 4 months ago, all I had was 1,000 followers on Twitter and an unhealthy obsession for AI.
My strategy is dead simple:
1. I spend every day researching… pic.twitter.com/ZS2cliE7Hr
Also posting my end-of-April Twitter analytics here as a benchmark for the future.— Rowan Cheung (@rowancheung) April 30, 2023
We're only just getting started! pic.twitter.com/IqQ4M9rk5i
Do you believe ChatGPT and AI are today's equivalent of the birth of the internet in 1983?— Barsee 🐶 (@heyBarsee) April 30, 2023
I’ve been writing for 3 years now.— Kieran Drew (@ItsKieranDrew) April 30, 2023
80 percent of my audience growth has been from the past year.
90 percent of my newsletter growth has been from the past year.
100 percent of my revenue has been from the past year.
Imagine if I gave up at the 2 year mark.
Every Tesla I’ve owned since 2019. I suppose I have a little bit of a problem. How many have you had so far? pic.twitter.com/pLt9sNUsC2— Jeremy Judkins (@jeremyjudkins_) April 30, 2023
never underestimate the power of a smile 🙂— YouTube (@YouTube) April 30, 2023
I think a lot about this panel I was on with the CEO of TurnItIn. You can watch the segment (listen for the gasp).— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) April 30, 2023
He says how he thinks, thanks to AI, he will only need 20% of his engineers & marketers in 18 months. And he can hire them from high school.https://t.co/ED19D9OPRc
Has one man ever been so wrong about everything, all the time, for decades? pic.twitter.com/AnkwTC9uec— David Patrikarakos (@dpatrikarakos) April 30, 2023
NEWS: @elonmusk is hopeful SpaceX can get 4-5 Starship launches this year.— Sawyer Merritt (@SawyerMerritt) April 29, 2023
"I'll be surprised if we don't get to orbit this year, & I think there's close to a 100% chance Starship will reach orbit within 12 months."
Elon expects SpaceX to spend ~$2B on Starship in 2023. pic.twitter.com/O2ZCDyBKKB
No Human Coders in 5 Years?https://t.co/kDjKzvwd1r— Peter H. Diamandis, MD (@PeterDiamandis) April 30, 2023
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