Abishek Kumar Singh offers us this wonderful diagram that views generative AI through the lens of the Dunning-Kruger effect, which, in case you need to be reminded, is the cognitive bias wherein dumb people tend to be too dumb to realise they aren’t smart.
The chart, credited to Age of Geeks, may be summarised as: Dunning-KrugerWhich may be summarized as naïve sophisticated and decadent: 1) wow this thing is Indistinguishable from Magic, 2) hey, there’s a lot of stuff this thing can’t do. It sucks, 3) hey, this thing is not magical but it’s a useful tool.
He also offers us tips of improving ChatGPT including the use active learning, context-aware attention, and the use of additional information.
But what I really love is that graph.