Keep at it Zuck
If you sink half your profits into VR and the other half into ML, one can hope bankruptcy won't be too far away.
ChatGPT, the buggy generative AI chatbot that is apparently going to change every industry forever by responding to written prompts with slabs of stilted, shabby, and sometimes entirely fictional prose, is unable to explain why it experienced an outage on Monday. The service's status page reveals that ChatGPT was unavailable …
It does seem to be news to some people that ChatGPT isn't some omnipotent being with up-to-the-minute information, but rather an entity trained on data several years old. Which - of course - points to the current limits in AI.
I, for one, continue to boldly celebrate my right to split my own infinitive.
Don't hold your breath for product, though. Zuck warned that "We have a lot of foundational work to do before getting to the really futuristic experiences.”
Now that would be an entirely unnecessary delay immediately remedied with Meta's/Mark Zuckerberg’s hiring of already really well experienced, Foundational Future Builders with AIMaster Pilot Plans to follow/copy and build failsafe secure enterprising ventures with/upon.
As you may imagine though, they be very few in number and highly prized whenever designedly prone to be extremely discerning and dismissive of that which is ever likely to be onerously demanding and selfishly commanding, but well worth the expense which would be as an insignificant fraction whenever compared to the indebtedness incurred by compounding and escalating costs suffered in the loss/absence of such an asset.