Implications of NLP Engines like GPT-3


After an AI bot wrote a scientific paper on itself, the researcher behind the experiment says she hopes she didn’t open a ‘Pandora’s box’.

After the successful experiment, Thunström, a Swedish researcher at Gothenburg University, sought to get a whole research paper out of GPT-3 and publish it in a peer-reviewed academic journal. The question was: Can someone publish a paper from a nonhuman source?

Thunström wrote about the experiment in Scientific American, noting that the process of getting GPT-3 published brought up a series of legal and ethical questions.


The implications of this are profound. I have used OpenAI’s GPT-3 in my research on Additive Manufacturing, AI/ML and even summarizing some of the poems I wrote with amazing success. Check the comments section for some of them at my personal blog (Search for GPT).

As we advance as a civilization, The future predicts a symbiotic relationship between humankind and machines, and it behooves us to be mindful of the consequences it portends.

At Numorpho Cybernetic Systems (NUMO), our purpose is to create this synthetic equilibrium to manage automation and optimize and harmonize processes end-to-end, inside-outside and all-around to seamlessly aggregate and integrate information intelligently and rationally.

It will not just rely on aggregated intelligent text like what GPT-3 and its variants do but have a multi-modal basis for actionable intelligence based on our TAU Codex Transformer to orchestrate the correct behavior.

No wonder, of late I have been adding this to my End Note in emails:


(A throwback to the time when folks used to like the message: This email was send from my iPhone).

NI+IN UCHIL Founder, CEO & Technical


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