CRED founder Kunal Shah claims that the popular large-scale language model, ChatGPT, is a better mentor to first-time founders than angel investors.
What Happened? Shah took to Twitter to call out angel investors who readily dole out inaccurate or helpless advice to first-time founders in the name of mentorship.
The CRED founder didn’t delve into a thread to explain his remark or add to why he’d come with such a ‘hot-take’ all of a sudden.
With the power to pass legal exams, write entire feature-length articles, and even code full websites, ChatGPT has people talking about the power of AI across the world.
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The popular AI programme received its latest iterative update by OpenAI last week, christened ‘ChatGPT 4’. Although accessible only to ChatGPT+ subscribers across the world, the fourth iteration of the programme is claimed by OpenAI to be “more reliable, creative, and able to handle much more nuanced instructions” than its predecessor, as stated in a blog post.
OpenAI has stated that the latest version of their technology makes fewer mistakes that they are calling ‘hallucinations’. Previously, ChatGPT could be confused, forcing it to throw up a nonsensical answer to your question, or even resort to stereotypes or false information.
Additionally, GPT-4 is claimed to be better at playing with language and expressing creativity. In OpenAI’s demonstration of the new technology, ChatGPT was asked to summarise a blog post only using words that start with the letter ‘g’. It also has a better understanding of how to write poetry or creative writing.
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