How a Data Scientist Used ChatGPT to Curate a Book
It’s bizarre to think we live in a world where you can implement AI to curate a book in all of eight hours. Yes, eight hours. Our guest today is William Steele, a Data Scientist at Maximus. He joins us to talk about how he came across OpenAI’s ChatGPT, a large language model chatbot, and the different uses it has. He discusses the process of using ChatGPT to curate a book and shares the different limitations and challenges experienced throughout the process. We also talk about the ethical considerations for authorship when using AI as part of the writing process, and how William used ChatGPT and AI Voice to create an audiobook.
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Key Points From This Episode:
- William Steele, a Data Scientist at Maximus, discusses his experience using OpenAI's ChatGPT, a large language model chatbot.
- William explains how he used ChatGPT to curate a book in just eight hours.
- He also talks about the limitations and challenges he encountered while using ChatGPT for book curation.
- The episode also covers ethical considerations for authorship when using AI in the writing process.
- William also mentions that he used ChatGPT and AI Voice to create an audiobook.
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Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
- William Steele on Twitter
- William Steele's website
- How Our World was Changed Forever by Artificial Intelligence (e-book)
- How Our World was Changed Forever by Artificial Intelligence (free audiobook)
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