Published: 12 December 2022
Tags: ai, philosophy
Mattsi Jansky discusses some of the limitations of ChatGPT. I personally agree with his conclusion that it'll eventually become a tool used by people writing code to accelerate development, but will still require careful scrutiny. Now that I think of it, sounds like it could also have an application for helping newbies learn to review code.
- Has no access to internet (so no real-time data)
- It usually produces incorrect or buggy code that requires careful scrutiny
- It takes what you say literally and isn't great with context