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the_new_standard t1_jdyigxl wrote

"You don't understand, that completely original invention was just part of it's training dataset."


AnOnlineHandle t1_jdyx2fa wrote

It's easy to show that AI can do more than it was trained on with a single neuron. Just build an AI which converts Metric to Imperial, just a single conversion, calibrating that one multiplier neuron from a few example measurements. It will then be able to give outputs for far more than its training data, because it's learned the underlying logic.


the_new_standard t1_jdyz1s3 wrote

So here's the thing. I don't really care about what it's technically classified as.

For me I categorize AI but what end result it can produce. And at the moment it can produce writing, analysis, images and code. If any of that were coming from a human we wouldn't need to have an argument about training data. It doesn't matter how it does what it does. What matters is the end result.