GPT as ethical advisor
1 March 2024 | 5:47 am

This study investigates the efficacy of an AI-based ethical advisor using the GPT-4 model. Drawing from a pool of ethical dilemmas published in the New York Times column “The Ethicist”, we compared the ethical advice given by the human expert and author of the column, Dr. Kwame Anthony Appiah, with AI-generated advice. The comparison is […]

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Daniel Gross on the printing press and GPT
29 February 2024 | 7:47 pm

In a way, everyone’s been wondering, trying to analogize ChatGPT with the printing press, but in reality it’s almost the opposite. The entire thing is happening in the inverse of that, where the printing press was a technology to disseminate information through a book basically and convince people to do things, and the kind of […]

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Thursday assorted links
29 February 2024 | 5:00 pm

1. Why South Koreans don’t have more children.  And a Twitter thread on the same topic. 2. Pete Boettke on why we should still read Adam Smith. 3. When cars hit pedestrians, who is blamed more? 4. Ghost donors.  Important.  But will this become a big story somewhere? 5. Interview with Orley Ashenfelter, who is […]

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