And yes, there’ll be plenty of cases where “raw ChatGPT” can help with people’s writing, make suggestions, or generate text that’s useful for various kinds of documents or interactions. But when it comes to setting up things that have to be perfect, machine learning just isn’t the way to do it—much as humans aren’t either. Software taught to exactly emulate humans is going to have the same failure modes: inconsistency, memory problems, etc.

Wolfram|Alpha as the Way to Bring Computational Knowledge Superpowers to ChatGPT
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