Artificial Intelligence

ChatGPT and OpenAI - Martin LARSEN (Slides)

Of note, since my video presentation I have added more slides (you can download above).

1) Engineering - Arduino (virtual circuit design - tinkercad)

2) Engineering - 3D print (openscad software)

3) Shiny App (download final script - try the application)

4) ChatGPT detection tool.

A ChatGPT detection tool exist (GPT-2 Output Detector). Probably many more will arrive over time. I tried the tool and it works well for texts completely generated by ChatGPT, but if you ask it to improve a text not written by ChatGPT, it doesn't seem to be able to detect the improvements. Generally, it seems to work best with long texts. In conclusion, the tool works but does suffer from a significant number of false positives and false negatives. I'm not convinced that a teacher has the time to verify all texts and hand written text (copied from ChatGPT) would be difficult to test. Contrarily, one could imagine that ChatGPT would one day be able to correct our students work (that would take away a heavy evaluation burden from teachers and allow them to spend more time on their primary mission - to teach).

Copyright: Interestingly, what derives from ChatGPT is owned by the one that asked the question resulting in the production. Therefore you own the copyright to the material you produce with ChatGPT (link to OpenAI's website).

  1. Can I use output from ChatGPT for commercial uses?

    • Subject to the Content Policy and Terms, you own the output you create with ChatGPT, including the right to reprint, sell, and merchandise – regardless of whether output was generated through a free or paid plan.

 Steven Gee has a website with various examples of how to use ChatGPT for bioinformatics projects.



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