I wrote a post about the uses of GPT-3 a few days ago to be specific just 10 days ago but the number of interesting developments using the GPT-3 API are so much that I could not stop myself from writing another post showing some awesome developments using the GPT-3 API.
A lot has been discussed about the pros and cons of GPT-3. What happens when the AI itself turns into a philosopher and answers the questions about the effects of GPT on humanity. Here is an example where the GPT-3 writes an essay explaining itself to humanity and how it will affect humankind.
Raphaël Millière@raphamilliereI asked GPT-3 to write a response to the philosophical essays written about it by @DrZimmermann, @rinireg @ShannonVallor, @add_hawk, @AmandaAskell, @dioscuri, David Chalmers, Carlos Montemayor, and Justin Khoo published yesterday by @DailyNousEditor. It's quite remarkable!09:24 AM - 31 Jul 2020
What will happen when Machine Learning models start writing Machine learning models. It sounds like the story of a Sci-fi movie, but it's a reality now GPT-3 can write ML models for specific datasets and tasks.
Today in this world of social media we see a lot of memes. GPT-3 can generate memes too. It can understand the nuances of meme-making and generate really hilarious memes by just getting some prompts.
LaTeX can be quite tiresome if we have to write some complex equations, and GPT-3 comes to the rescue of humans for such a mundane task. Just give the equation in plain English and it will produce the LaTeX equations.
Shreya Shankar@sh_reyaAfter many hours of retraining my brain to operate in this "priming" approach, I also now have a sick GPT-3 demo: English to LaTeX equations! I'm simultaneously impressed by its coherence and amused by its brittleness -- watch me test the fundamental theorem of calculus.
cc @gdb07:08 AM - 19 Jul 2020
GPT-3 has played many roles and can generate many things and one of those roles is that of an animator. It can generate frame by frame animation using Figma plugin and some text prompt.
We must have dealt with IVR in our day-to-day life for booking gas cylinders, to booking seats at restaurants or for appointments at salon or spa. GPT-3 can generate IVR flow and generate it pretty fast.
nutanc@nutancOne of the first innovation we are doing is to rethink the age old process of IVR design. Make the boring IVR development exciting. Just tell the flow of your IVR in natural language and get a phone number with the IVR flow designed. Prepare to have your MIND BLOWN :)
cc @gdb17:27 PM - 27 Jul 2020
How many times have we struggled with the task of creating an efficient and concise resume for our job interviews. GPT-3 can build resumes for us also. You have to write your description and it gives you concise points to add value to your resume.
GPT-3 can not only write beautiful articles, create apps, and website but it can also help you in DevOps. It is like a multidisciplinary developer with a lot of abilities.
Suhail CS@gdb @smdcmc @awscloud
When GPT-3 Meets DevOps 😉
** create, deploy, list, and delete any services on AWS using conversational plain English **
Bootstrapped with @sh_reya's gpt-3 sandbox 💕
Working on a end-end pipeline with @snpranav
#OpenAI #GPT3 #DevOps #AWS19:38 PM - 25 Jul 2020
The job of sports commentators is also at risk by the advent of GPT-3. It can generate textual cricket commentaries as in sites like Cricbuzz and Cricinfo. Just check the demo.
nutanc@nutancThe next AWESOME demo video is up.Taught GPT3 cricket :). With just a few prompts it captures the ball by ball commentary syntax pretty well.Time for @ESPNcricinfo commentators to retire :).You can use this tool to predict. Feed ball,bowler & batsman and get the result.
cc: @gdb12:54 PM - 20 Jul 2020
I hope you liked this list of GPT-3 applications as well. It has a mix of some fun things along with the technical ones. Please check my other blog written below for some more awesome uses of GPT-3.
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