Bakz T. Future is a software developer that was monitoring the AI research world for several years and became one of the first people to get access to OpenAI’s GPT-3 in 2020. He then created a series of 23 videos in 2021 on the future of OpenAI, GPT-3, DALL-E, and their impact on human creativity.
As an early user of DALL-E 2, he also created the baseline image known as “a photo of a confused grizzly bear in calculus class.” This image has become a meme and one that text-to-image models have replicated as public tests.
“A photo of a confused grizzly bear in calculus class” #dalle2 #dalle pic.twitter.com/zVoK7jLJEQ
— Bakz T. Future 🇨🇦 (@bakztfuture) May 1, 2022
In our interview, Bakz goes into the history of GPT-3 and InstructGPT, which was released in February 2022. He breaks down how it was different and foreshadowed the technology we now see in ChatGPT and GPT-3.5. He finished up with a discussion around adversarial thinking and four things to expect from OpenAI and the broader generative AI market in 2023.
The show was originally recorded at the Synthedia 2 online event. You can listen to the interview here on the podcast or watch it on Voicebot’s YouTube channel.
Bakz T. Future Interview – Show Notes on OpenAI
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