Friends, it’s here! The outputs from GPT-4 are so reasonable that today you can only choose between including similar systems in your work process – or quit. If you make a living as a copywriter or marketing specialist, start working on it immediately – or retrain, but not as a programmer, because you will end up on the shovel next.
ChatGPT looked like an interesting AI experiment a few months ago, but the new GPT-4 model is no longer a toy. Absolutely not, it is a completely serious tool. It is a thing that writes the text for you, that is structured, has a head and a tail, and is easily Czech or in the C++ language.
Like – no, I hate to describe the technical differences, what matters is what comes out of it. And if you make a living as a lower form of existence working with text, you have a serious problem. To see how big of a problem this is, I decided to ask the thing about something that isn’t exactly mainstream.
Query: “Describe the PMD-85 computer to me in Czech.”
GPT-4: The PMD-85 is a Czechoslovak 8-bit microcomputer that was manufactured in the 1980s by Tesla Bratislava. This computer was a popular educational tool in schools and was also used in industry and scientific research.
The PMD-85 was based on an Intel 8080 processor that ran at 2 MHz and contained 48 KB of RAM and 4 KB of ROM. The operating system was stored in ROM and was called MONITOR. This computer used the BASIC operating system, which allowed for easy programming and was widely used for teaching.
The PMD-85 had black and white graphics with a resolution of 288×256 pixels and was capable of displaying up to 4 levels of gray. It also had a built-in speaker for simple audio output. It was possible to connect external peripherals to the computer, such as a tape drive for data storage, a printer, or a joystick.
Various versions of the PMD-85 have been produced over the years, including the PMD-85-1, PMD-85-2, and PMD-85-3. These models brought some improvements, such as a better keyboard, extended RAM or an improved operating system.
Although the PMD-85 was later replaced by newer and more powerful computers, its historical significance in the Czechoslovak development of computer technology remains an important milestone.
Like – yeah. It is not a technical text, it is very general and cautious, but it makes sense and has no major errors. You just need to polish it a little, add what you know and what you put into it as your own opinion. There is no information about the color, we are missing an intermediate version, we are missing Maťo and Zbrojováček, we are missing information about the prototype, but if you needed a label for the exhibition for normal people, this is more than enough.
So let’s bang on it so we know where the truth lies, shall we?
Source: Pctuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.
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