Bill Gates a fan of ChatGPT, says he loves playing with the AI ​​chatbot when friends come over IG News

ChatGPT is undoubtedly the craze these days and is already being used by students and professionals all over the world. But who would have thought that one of the richest people in the world is also a fan of AI chatbots? Philanthropist Bill Gates admitted in a quick chat with Indian Express Group Executive Director Anant Goenka that he recently used a new version of ChatGPT to write in Hindi.

“I was using the version that came after [current version of ChatGPT] Last night and I was asking it to write things in Hindi. Of course, I didn’t know what it was writing, but I play with it whenever I have friends over, Gates said.

Bill Gates and Steve Jobs are two of the most prominent tech titans of this century and they have known each other for a very long time. They also had a famously intense rivalry, which eventually blossomed into friendship. Asked what one thing Gates learned from Jobs, he said that they were very different and that the Apple founder “never wrote a single line of code.”

“I learned a lot from Steve…we were completely different…I mean he never wrote a line of code but his understanding for design, marketing, his understanding of what makes a good engineer Comfortable experience…Steve was such a unique person and he was able to get a lot out of people.

Gates continued, “He overworked people so he wasn’t a perfect thing, but Steve was amazing, I learned a lot from him.”

China has transformed from a technological backwater to one of the world’s leading innovation centers. The country’s third most populous city, Shenzhen is often referred to as the second Silicon Valley.

When asked which authoritarian regime is better for innovation – Russia or China – Gates replied: “The degree of innovation in China is quite significant, nothing like US levels. Russia (a) has a smaller population was (and is) very good at math, but beyond that, he never really learned how to scale things up.

“They completely shut out medical innovation, even though they were great 50 years ago. So you know, I feel sorry for the younger generation out there that is contributing to health advancements and IT advances. And Now it is going to be blocked for them to a great extent and some of them are leaving the country because of it.

The current version of ChatGPT is based on OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 LLM (Large Language Model). Rumors suggest that its next iteration will be based on GPT-4 and will be a huge improvement as it can be trained on billions more parameters. Gates’ response suggests that some people have already been given access to the next version of ChatGPT for testing purposes.


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