Tag: ChatGPT

  • To Spring Forward or Not, That Is the Question

    To Spring Forward or Not, That Is the Question

    In the small hours of this Sunday, 31 March, across the United Kingdom and the European mainland, an age-old ritual unfolded almost magically. In unison at 1 a.m. GMT/UTC, as if by the command of Chronos himself, we have “sprung forward,” adjusting our clocks and watches to steal an hour from the morning and gift…

  • Customizing social media icons display with ChatGPT

    Customizing social media icons display with ChatGPT

    For some time, I’ve wanted to update the social network icons on my primary blog to use icons that accurately represent the social networks concerned. There have been many changes this year – not the least being Twitter’s change to X – plus the emergence of new social networks like Pebble, Bluesky, and Threads. As…

  • ChatGPT, Claude, Bing, or Bard?

    ChatGPT, Claude, Bing, or Bard?

    How do four of the most prominent AI chatbots compare? That question was put to me recently by a friend who has a fair amount of scepticism about AI chatbots and was keen to know which one is best. Inevitably, a question like that will get an “It depends…” answer. I’ve been using four chatbots…

  • Bill Gates: the Age of AI has Begun

    Bill Gates: the Age of AI has Begun

    Last week, Bill Gates published a lengthy essay about artificial intelligence and what he believes it heralds for humanity and the world. He introduced his story by recounting what he had witnessed last year with the results of a challenge he had set the team at OpenAI with an AI chatbot model they were developing.…

  • Kickstarting a movie treatment with ChatGPT

    Kickstarting a movie treatment with ChatGPT

    A tweet in my timeline early today from Joshua Conkel, a writer and director in Los Angeles, caught my eye. I want a Knives Out movie where Benoit and his husband are on a vacation together and Benoit is like, “I won’t solve any mysteries on this vacation, I promise” but then he has to…