• @gencha@lemm.ee
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    944 months ago
    1. People vastly overestimate the abilities of AI.
    2. Developers vastly overestimate their own abilities.
    3. There are people on any level of seniority that would be perfectly replaced by a noise generator.
    • @JasonDJ@lemmy.zip
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      134 months ago

      There are people on any level of seniority that would be perfectly replaced by a noise generator.

      Im fairly certain that this is what happened I my CISO.

    • @taanegl@lemmy.world
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      124 months ago

      The company had avoided certain destruction, after having fired the previous CEO and putting a new one in it’s place. The new CEO had managed to bring a newfound calm to the company and it’s ranks, and brought an air of meditative discipline to board room meetings.

      Some said it was crazy, but making the LectoFan EVO the new CEO was the best decision the company board had ever made.

    • @rab@lemmy.ca
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      34 months ago

      Overestimate now, but I think that AI is going to be insane within like 5 years, given current investment trends

      • Ethan
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        44 months ago

        I find it very hard to believe that AI will ever get to the point of being able to solve novel problems without a fundamental change to the nature of “AI”. LLMs are powerful, but ultimately they (and every other kind of “AI”) are advanced pattern matching systems. Pattern matching is not capable of solving problems that haven’t been solved before.

      • @frezik@midwest.social
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        34 months ago

        If they stick around, maybe. If it falls into a rut, then investors are going to pull out and we’ll be in another AI winter.