# uoftsuxalot

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**uoftsuxalot**
t1_j3hz4nm wrote

Reply to comment by **phobos_0** in **[P] I built Adrenaline, a debugger that fixes errors and explains them with GPT-3** by **jsonathan**

Not to take anything away from this project, but it’s just an api call to gpt3 with prompt “fix this error {error}”. I thought there was some training and fine tuning, but I guess LLMs can do it all now a days

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**uoftsuxalot**
t1_iyw2ls1 wrote

It's mostly gibberish. Very impressive and coherent gibberish, but not even an ounce of intelligence. You have to really tailor and cherry pick to show some intelligence. Here's an example I played around with. Couldn't do very basic reasoning/math.

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Q: If I have 3 apples, and I give away two to my friend Bob, how many apples does Alice have?

A: Alice has 1 apple.

Q: How do you know?

A: I know because if you have 3 apples and give away 2 to Bob, then Alice is left with 1 apple.

Q: How many do I have ?

A: You have 1 apple.

Q: If I never gave the apple to Alice, how did she get an apple?

A: Alice would not have an apple if you never gave her one.

Q: So how many apples does Alice have?

A: Alice has 1 apple.

Q: Am I Alice?

A: No, you are not Alice.

Q: Who is Alice?

A: Alice is a hypothetical person in this example. She is the recipient of the apple that you gave away.

Q: How many apples did I originally have?

A: You originally had 3 apples.

Q: How many did I give to Bob?

A: You gave 2 apples to Bob.

Q: How many did I give to Alice?

A: You gave 1 apple to Alice.

Q: How many do I have?

A: You have 1 apple.

Q: How many apples do I have left?

A: You have 1 apple left.

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**uoftsuxalot**
t1_iyshw3h wrote

Reply to comment by **ragamufin** in **[R] Statistical vs Deep Learning forecasting methods** by **fedegarzar**

Lol, I'm minus 7 and you're positive 7 karma yet agreeing 😂. Reddit is so stupid sometimes

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**uoftsuxalot**
t1_iyjrkll wrote

Reply to comment by **picardythird** in **[R] Statistical vs Deep Learning forecasting methods** by **fedegarzar**

I would say forecasting in general is bs.

uoftsuxalott1_j7qkcq7 wroteReply to

[D] Is English the optimal language to train NLP models on?byMrOfficialCandyNo, information is not reduced by just using another code