The artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT could automate some aspects of AI training that currently rely on people. The chatbot can accurately classify and label text data used in training AI at a cost of just a third of a cent per work sample – about 20 times cheaper than crowdsourced human labour.
“We expect that in some tasks ChatGPT could replace humans,” says Fabrizio Gilardi at the University of Zürich in Switzerland. In other tasks, ChatGPT could help reduce the “amount of …
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