I spent some time with ChatGPT trying variations of this prompt: “A 500 word explanation about how tumble dryers create interdimensional rifts that suck socks into a pocket dimension at arbitrary time intervals”. It’s responses were interesting, and encouraging.
This headline in Times of Israel today basically reinforces those concerns, and makes a good case against this Judicial Reform legislation. If Justice Minister Yariv Levin’s attitude is anything to go by, concerns about Tyranny of the Majority will be well-founded.
My wife, daughter and I went for a very casual walk through the nearby Ben Shemen Forest. Our daughter has taken an interest in photography, so she took my Nikon D5100 DSLR with to start feeding her new passion. I captured a few moments of my own on my phone, as usual. It was a nice afternoon outing.
The challenge with ChatGPT is that it has a tendency to pretty confidently produce inaccurate responses. While ChatGPT shows us a potential future where our digital agents become so much smarter, we’re not quite there yet. I’ve read and listened to two really interesting discussions about this accuracy challenge. The first is an article by […]
I was scrolling through notifications in the WordPress.com app this morning, and noticed that I had hit a milestone. I have been on WordPress.com for 17 years. To add to that, I have had this site in its various incarnations for just over 19 years. My first post on this site was published on 6 […]
I’ve been listening to the “Heretic in the House” podcast hosted by Professor Naomi Seidman. It’s a short series of about five episodes that explores attitudes towards people who leave the Orthodox Jewish Community to live a life that is “Off the Derech”, or “Off the Path”. https://www.hartman.org.il/program/heretic-in-the-house/ It is a really interesting and engaging […]