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GPT-3 in tweets

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26 August 2020



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AIhub | Tweets round-up
Since OpenAI released GPT-3, you have probably come across examples of impressive and/or problematic content that people have used the model to generate. Here we summarise the outputs of GPT-3 as seen through the eyes of the Twitter-sphere.

GPT-3 is able to generate impressive examples, such as these.

However, caution is needed when using the model. Although it can produce good results, it is important to be aware of the limitations of such a system.

GPT-3 has been shown to replicate offensive and harmful phrases and concepts, like the examples presented in the following tweets.

This harmful concept generation is not limited to English.

It is important to note that GPT-2 had similar problems. This EMNLP paper by Emily Sheng, Kai-Wei Chang, Premkumar Natarajan, and Nanyun Peng pointed out the issue.

GPT-3 should indeed be used with caution.

 




Nedjma Ousidhoum is a postdoc at the University of Cambridge.
Nedjma Ousidhoum is a postdoc at the University of Cambridge.




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