This blog post presents a cheat sheet for working with ChatGPT, a large language model developed by OpenAI. The cheat sheet includes a range of useful commands and tips for fine-tuning the model, generating text and controlling the level of context and specificity in the model's responses. At least ChatGPT thinks so.
Welcome to the world of AI, where robots are smarter than humans, and humans are just a bunch of useless bags of flesh who are completely dependent on them. Yup, you heard it right, the future of AI is here, and this is the world where robots will take over all the jobs, leaving us with nothing but leisure time to play video games, watch TV, and scroll through our Facebook feeds.
It all began with DALL-E, a machine learning model developed by OpenAI to generate digital images from natural language descriptions. But it is closed source and not open to the public. Yet on August 22, 2022, the AI art community was shaken by the release of an open-source alternative, Stable Diffusion, which you can install and run locally using modest hardware. Within days, PCWorld described it as the new killer app. And it surely is.