Large Language Models

In a lot of ways, in fact, “AI” is just the newest iteration of a very old form of colonial capitalism; build a wall around something you didn’t create, call it yours, and charge for access. (And when the natives complain, call them primitive and argue they’re blocking inevitable progress.) I worry our Copilot is leaving some passengers behind - Josh Collinsworth blog

Of course, users can ask again or rephrase their prompt, but they seem to rarely do it. ChatGPT never asks for clarification if it doesn’t understand the question. Even if the prompt makes no sense, the bot will still provide an answer based on what it got from the input.

This is basically like using Google in the 2000s and only clicking on the “I’m feeling lucky” button.

We make the mistake of viewing AI as friends, and not as a service: