Posts tagged with "ai"
08 Feb '23
Posting logs of ChatGPT interaction is getting a bit passé by now in Feb ‘23, so I’ll stop doing it soon (I promise). But yesterday I was hanging out with my father-in-law and showing how it might impact his classes—he’s Associate Chair of the Mathematics Department at a top uni in China.
02 Feb '23
Here in Australia Semester 1 is approaching and ChatGPT is, undoubtedly, a thing. From a practical perspective it’s important to have some sort of guidelines about about ChatGPT and other generative AI tools in the classroom (everyone’s doing it). If you don’t provide any advice ahead of time you’ll end up making it up as you go along (because it will come up) and policy on the run is policy underdone.
26 Jan '23
Last December Kieran graduated—very exciting for all concerned.
07 Dec '22
Back at my desk after a couple of days off I finally got a chance to fire up the OpenAI ChatGPT AI language model that everyone’s talking about.
06 Dec '22
If you follow me on twitter you’ve seen this already, but over the last couple of months I’ve been hard at work on an AI art installation called Panic. This was a collaboration with Adrian Schmidt—I did the software, he did the hardware (including the cool, 6” diameter Panic! button).
30 Jun '22
22 Jun '22
01 Feb '22
I’ve recently been given access to a beefy AI server (6x RTX3090s!) which is managed via SingularityCE, whose homepage boldly asks and then forgets to answer the question: “What is SingularityCE?”
24 Apr '18
Tomorrow morning (Wed April 25, 9am Montréal time) Kieran Browne and I are performing an Artificial Intelligence divination ritual as part of the alt.chi session Scary, Sporty, Ginger and Posh.