A.I is the biggest piece of shit

1445990

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I don't know if it's just me, but A.I don't make my everyday life with content generation any easier.

1. Write ChatGPT or Gemini raw content

2. Then adjust 100,000 times so that the A.I Detector doesn't have a heart attack

3. Generate images and describe them perfectly with meta and EXIF data

4. Make everything beautiful with perfect responsive design and so on

Where the hell does A.I make my job easier? I took a test today. If I just create the content completely on my own without A.I, I'm faster and have better results.
 
You got it all wrong like 99.9% of people.

Here are key steps to make use of AI.

1. Training on own corpora.
2. Not using generative AI as the main AI.
3. Finding real use cases where AI is a good fit.
4. Don't use generative AI everywhere.
5. Find where it's enough.
6. Train AI to use tools instead of generating things by itself. Tough but possible.

And remember, if you don't understand linear algebra, you can't be competent at it.

So don't complain and learn algebra, find practical uses of it, learn tools of mathematics and learn how to put things into abstract realities. Then make use of that.

Where is this good? Classification, text-to-speech, some little text to text task (not writing books), predicting future, mixing things...

Default generative AI is like a blender. If you want blender to give you something readable, well, that's a mistake.
 
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You got it all wrong like 99.9% of people.

Here are key steps to make use of AI.

1. Training on own corpora.
2. Not using generative AI as the main AI.
3. Finding real use cases where AI is a good fit.
4. Don't use generative AI everywhere.
5. Find where it's enough.
6. Train AI to use tools instead of generating things by itself. Tough but possible.

And remember, if you don't understand linear algebra, you can't be competent at it.

So don't complain and learn algebra, find practical uses of it, learn tools of mathematics and learn how to put things into abstract realities. Then make use of that.

Where is this good? Classification, text-to-speech, some little text to text task (not writing books), predicting future, mixing things...

Default generative AI is like a blender. If you want blender to give you something readable, well, that's a mistake.

I really didn't expect such a good answer. Thank you for your input.
 
I really didn't expect such a good answer. Thank you for your input.
I think he’s kidding, especially about learning algebra
But I totally understand you. There are couple of ai projects that work completely differently but they are not ready for public
 
AI is shit ? no it's just math

you are using it right? wrong because you don't know how it works I assume
 
AI is shit ? no it's just math

you are using it right? wrong because you don't know how it works I assume
 
Not that you misunderstand me.

I have been using all common A.Is with custom prompts and fine tuning for a year now. But for me it doesn't make sense why it should be easier.

Any output still has to be changed and adjusted very laboriously. Then why not just do it yourself?

Of course, A.I is a help for an idea or headline or inspiration. But I cannot, with the best of my conscience, imagine (no matter what good prompts, trained AI, fine tuning, etc.) that there are people who generate very relevant and high-quality content almost on autopilot with a small investment of time.
 
I think he’s kidding, especially about learning algebra
But I totally understand you. There are couple of ai projects that work completely differently but they are not ready for public
No. It's a good goal to learn things like that. People set goals like "make $10 a day" - this is a bad goal cause $10 a day is a minimum hourly pay in many countries. Something like algebra or another language will help you understand the world better.

So here, in AI, what's gonna make you perform well? Machine learning and understanding how it's all built. Math will be very helpful in the process.

AI is something that's gonna grow for 20+ years, so if you want to grow with it, learn tools that it uses.

I don't know how you want to control machines without understanding their language. That's tough as hell to just guess and it usually doesn't get you far.
 
Something like algebra or another language will help you understand the world better.
Algebra isn’t a language. It’s a science and it takes months and even years to understand it. In context of this forum we’re speaking about simple things like text rewriting or generating for seo/shmeo/posting/spamming etc. I’m pretty sure there are ways to achieve many of these goals without learning algebra.
 
Algebra isn’t a language. It’s a science and it takes months and even years to understand it. In context of this forum we’re speaking about simple things like text rewriting or generating for seo/shmeo/posting/spamming etc. I’m pretty sure there are ways to achieve many of these goals without learning algebra.
We're discussing things with different mindsets on this forum. I'm sure your mindset isn't the same as mine.

I can do 2 years with nothing but learning to make money in 3rd year. Now I'm gonna be a lot richer in year 5 than someone that used a simple method and wasn't planning long term.

Btw algebra or any other thing is whatever you make out of it. Algebra can be a money making tool. And it'd be not a bad one probably if you could motivate people and get them to use it in practical areas, like AI for example.
 
AI can be very helpful once you get into training your own models, creating your own GPT’s, and deploying AI agents. A bunch of code words for making robots to do the work for you.
 
We're discussing things with different mindsets on this forum. I'm sure your mindset isn't the same as mine.

I can do 2 years with nothing but learning to make money in 3rd year. Now I'm gonna be a lot richer in year 5 than someone that used a simple method and wasn't planning long term.

Btw algebra or any other thing is whatever you make out of it. Algebra can be a money making tool. And it'd be not a bad one probably if you could motivate people and get them to use it in practical areas, like AI for example.

These are good points you made. I recommend anyone wanting to take AI seriously learn multivariable calculus and linear algebra. There's tonnes of good resources out there, search MIT open courseware for a good multivariable calculus and linear algebra course, devote 3 months to each full time it should be enough (6 months total, full time). If you need to refresh your math first up to a high school level, use khan academy before venturing into those courses (you should be confident with single variable calculus first, understand intuitively how derivatives and integrals work, and why they're the inverse of one another. Understand the fundamental theorem of calculus. Don't just memorize formulae - terrible stuff that, you will learn nothing). After understanding these two fields (linear algebra & multivariable calculus), learn basic machine learning and how neural networks work. Learn how they work on an intuitive level such that you can create your own NNs without any libraries (no tensorflow, keras, pytorch etc, you may use numpy only). Look into Andrew Ng's original full python courses (not the recent dumbed down ones, but the 5 course series) - he goes over creating your own NNs from scratch using calculus & linear algebra, which will help you gain invaluable intuitions. Don't skip the maths and go straight into Andrew Ngs courses. You will learn nothing. Learn the math first so you can understand the "why" behind the code. Remember you're doing these courses not to write a production level AI, but to gain intuition as to how AI works.

Now you should be able to understand the basics of how modern NNs work, and from there, build up your understanding to more modern architectures like LLMs. You will gain great intuitions, especially when it comes to hyperparameter tuning, and why you might be changing different variables. Otherwise, you'll waste years just randomly changing hyperparameters and asking people what to do, without having any intuition. You should also be able to somewhat read research papers to gain ideas of new techniques, even if not understanding most of a paper, you should understand some of it.

In terms of the monetary aspects of AI. 1445990 - you mention you fine tuned AIs and still didn't find them useful for content generation. Really? I find that very hard to believe, unless incompetence was involved. Learn about overfitting and underfitting, understand how and why they occur from a mathematical perspective. I have a website ranking well in google with 100% AI generated fine tuned content, that is cited by other top sites. I perform no SEO whatsoever as I trust Google is now sufficiently advanced at ranking good websites correctly without the need for manipulation. I even label it as AI content. Google doesn't care, because it's designed for humans, and it's good quality content. Stop fooling search engines to make money, and start generating content that humans want. This is what Google cares about, they couldn't care less if an AI made the content, they only care the content isn't crap and is good quality. So stop passing it through "AI detectors". No one gives a shit about them. Google doesn't despite what people say. Blackhat SEO is becoming less relevant. I used to do all sorts of trickery to get high page rank backlinks. These days I don't bother with any of that. It's no longer 2010. Train your AI to write for humans, not bots. If you're doing keyword stuffing and other outdated techniques, update your knowledge.

Google is getting closer to fulfilling its original mandate: ranking sites that are good for humans. You can keep pushing against the grain with new tricks that will eventually become redundant, or you can just embrace their goal and write for humans. Let me tell you, the day Google penalizes good quality AI content is the day they're no longer a relevant search engine. People will always use a search engine that delivers them useful results, not a search engine that's biased to an AI, human, a dog or whatever other species created the content. So long as the content is good, that is all that matters. It doesn't matter how it was created.
 
Where the hell does A.I make my job easier?
It doesn't because your process is wrong.

I just do my niche & keyword research properly and group the topics and keywords based on topical relevance.
Create a topical cluster based on these keywords.
Based on the topical clusters and corresponding ranking pages in serps use AI to create and publish content.
For images I am still old school relying on images that are freely available.
A.I Detector
Instead of worrying about these focus on optimizing your content and filling gaps based on the current raking serp results.
 
There is nothing Artificial about Intelligence. Intelligence is universal. Learn about yourself and you'll know how to use AI (misnomer).
 
You got it all wrong like 99.9% of people.

Here are key steps to make use of AI.

1. Training on own corpora.
2. Not using generative AI as the main AI.
3. Finding real use cases where AI is a good fit.
4. Don't use generative AI everywhere.
5. Find where it's enough.
6. Train AI to use tools instead of generating things by itself. Tough but possible.

And remember, if you don't understand linear algebra, you can't be competent at it.

So don't complain and learn algebra, find practical uses of it, learn tools of mathematics and learn how to put things into abstract realities. Then make use of that.

Where is this good? Classification, text-to-speech, some little text to text task (not writing books), predicting future, mixing things...

Default generative AI is like a blender. If you want blender to give you something readable, well, that's a mistake.

Right now the AI available to the masses is not efficient at most of the tasks it does. Except for automation. It will come a time in the next few years where we will all come to the conclusion that this stage of Artificial ''Intelligence" is for the non-intelligent.

''get good at linear algebra" :))))) this one made me laugh.

So you all heard it yes.... shut up, and start getting good at linear algebra !!!!!!
 
I don't know if it's just me, but A.I don't make my everyday life with content generation any easier.

1. Write ChatGPT or Gemini raw content

2. Then adjust 100,000 times so that the A.I Detector doesn't have a heart attack

3. Generate images and describe them perfectly with meta and EXIF data

4. Make everything beautiful with perfect responsive design and so on

Where the hell does A.I make my job easier? I took a test today. If I just create the content completely on my own without A.I, I'm faster and have better results.
The A.I. detectors are shit nowadays that even identify human written content as A.I. sometimes
 
AI is so amazing. You can automate a shit load of stuff with the help of AI because AI can REASON!

Without GPT, many of the automation is nearly impossible.
 
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