>look at him. >who? >anon. >what about him

>look at him
>who?
>anon
>what about him
>he thinks that a bot that 10 billion was burned on, who can't even do highschool algebra will replace programmers within the next decade

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I felt sad when I saw some youtuber say that for his project he spent like 30 minutes trying to make ChatGPT solve a problem
    >it was just vector multiplication stuff

    People nowadays know everything about the new trends but can't do basic math. They think some idiot with ChatGPT can replace a programmer, an engineer, a doctor. Turns out there's things that are inaccessible to idiots because they don't even know it exists or how to ask to the bot about

    It's the """dunning-kruger effect""", they don't know a lot of topics so they think these don't exist, for them programming is just ifs and elses, electricity is just Ohm's law and at most Kirchhoff

    It's a bit of a pet peeve but I still can't forget a video I saw where the guy said Calculus was the final boss of math. I died inside, how can someone make a video so confidently about a topic they don't know anything about

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Calculus is the dark souls of math.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I love Calculus, what makes people hate it is that Integrals aren't forgiving

        >no formula that works for all cases
        >integral of x^2/x is different than integral of x as it's undefined at 0
        >integral of 310312x^1239 and e^12391x are easy
        >integrals of e^(-x^2) and sin(x)/x are not
        >sorry but the formula doesn't work here because it crosses a limitless point

        It's definitely not the final boss though, there's stuff beyond like Differential Equations, Real and Complex Analysis for example
        The video didn't even went past Calculus I

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Assuming that problem solving is solely about applying a random formula is moronic.
          You are supposed to look for a solution, not to remember it.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Yes, but people spend most of the time thinking about math and physics as applying random formulas, so when stuff like integrals comes up they think it's otherworldly, because it's not a problem that you solve by coming up with some random formula you memorized

            It's good when schools teach some good exponential equations in high school, they also have this characteristic, differently than quadratic equations that are all solvable by bhaskara

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Why would anyone study math and physics if it wasn't for the problem solving part ?
            It is as if I was studying literature and despising at the same time reading activities.
            It just doesn't make sense.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Why would anyone study math and physics if it wasn't for the problem solving part ?
            It's fun for high IQ people.

          • 2 weeks ago
            AllFields

            It's only fun for autists. High IQ people are busy building things, they're not playing in the mud.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Spending your life on things that are practical for society instead of things that are fun for you is stupid. Having fun is the smart move but most people don't seem to understand that.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You have to understand that the normalgay has to come up with all kinds of justifications for their daily misery, he has to trick himself into thinking he is morally superior to the people that can enjoy life otherwise he would realize he is no different than than a slave, this is why NEETs are so hated by normalshits, they make their entire worldview crumble.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            If you think that math and physics is the mud then you're an anti intellectual freeriding scum that doesn't belong here.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I'm good. I can always hire a bunch of autists if I feel like it. Maths are tools for an end, simple as that.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Public school system

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It's the Kirby's Dream Land of math

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I think it depends. I started a project a couple months ago needing vector calculus. I haven't needed to think about vectors in the decade since first year college. Having to relearn things (and not wanting/able to) is a genuine barrier.
      Early 20s kids that never learnt the stuff properly, that's a different issue, yeah.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Maybe I'm get a bit unrelated to the thread's topic, but I think the problem I'm mentioning is that these people act like they are the vanguard of knowledge, and some of the viewers might think that

        There's those youtubers who just throw money at their projects to make them work, while they don't really know what they are doing. It makes the average person think that this is engineering while the stuff you learn in school is useless

        Some stuff is presented like it's a revolution, a thing academia doesn't know while it's pretty much undergraduate knowledge. Like that thing about the way electricity actually flows in wires, I think veritassium created some youtuber drama on that but it's a thing you learn in transmission lines

        Not to be arrogant, it's fine that people see stuff they don't know yet as a breakthrough and discover things by themselves, but I feel it misleads a lot of people about the academia in general, like the universities are teaching garbage while youtubers are the vanguard of science

        Makes me worry about knowledge, also have seen one experiment video on Lenz Law where people was calling it fake, because they learned with the incredible science youtubers there's no free energy and such. Turns out that moving a magnet around a wire is how a generator works, neither fake neither occult free energy

        It's the dictatorship of design, make a well edited video to show crap, everyone believes, make a garage video with a classic experiment, it's a hoax

        >it was just vector multiplication stuff
        I feel bad for promplets honestly. I made a whole vector database with GPT. Stay moronic I guess

        I think a better way to be lazy about that is to use wolfram alpha instead, or "vector multiplication calculator" on google

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >it was just vector multiplication stuff
      I feel bad for promplets honestly. I made a whole vector database with GPT. Stay moronic I guess

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >can't do basic math.
      i quit school because i was bullied

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        can you do basic math tho?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          He got bullied for not knowing maths.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          He got bullied for not knowing maths.

          actually it was for being a rampant homosexual, sorry to have kept you in the shroud of mystery, guys

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >can you do basic math tho?
          no, i'm a typical neet loser

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Turns out there's things that are inaccessible to idiots because they don't even know it exists or how to ask to the bot about
      It's more of a Meno's paradox.
      >Meno suggests that it is impossible to seek what one does not know, because one will be unable to determine whether one has found it.
      And yeah you're right.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Calculus is the dark souls of math.

      I love Calculus, what makes people hate it is that Integrals aren't forgiving

      >no formula that works for all cases
      >integral of x^2/x is different than integral of x as it's undefined at 0
      >integral of 310312x^1239 and e^12391x are easy
      >integrals of e^(-x^2) and sin(x)/x are not
      >sorry but the formula doesn't work here because it crosses a limitless point

      It's definitely not the final boss though, there's stuff beyond like Differential Equations, Real and Complex Analysis for example
      The video didn't even went past Calculus I

      What the frick, is this the freshman whining thread?
      Finish a post-grad before even opening your mouth, you fricking moron.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Turns out there's things that are inaccessible to idiots because they don't even know it exists or how to ask to the bot about
      I think its going to require bad things to happen before the larger market realizes that they aren't actually supposed to prompt these models for objective information that they don't already know about or cannot validate on the fly.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Sometimes I use the google chatbot to ask about stuff I didn't understand, but it already gave me wrong answers

        For example, I wasn't understanding V = ∫ E.dr, in my head if that's true, shouldn't I have big voltage just by having two probes apart?
        The bot tried to explain to me but it kept insisting it was because there weren't any closed circuit, when I asked why didn't the voltage became immense when going from the generator to my house it said it was because of the voltage drops

        Turns out the bot was falling for my dumb interpretation, what the formula actually says is that if I have a voltage V, I exert a electric field E over a distance r, I was thinking backwards. It's the same thing as the work integral on classical mechanics but the bot never said it, because it was just hallucinating on the prompt I gave it. I found the answer accidentally on Wikipedia (a key to understand is that E diminishes when r increases, a big voltage means it diminished less due to a high charge difference)

        >for them programming is just ifs and elses
        It literally is, though. Learn assembly.

        >assembly
        >ifs and elses

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >for them programming is just ifs and elses
      It literally is, though. Learn assembly.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    calling it "AI" was 100% on purpose to generate a bunch of hype and money all the way from research down to consumer goods but it is absolutely terrible for encouraging discussion or understanding about what 2024 "AI" actually is or does or is capable of and useful for. im so tired hearing about how it will just do everything for us and in 20 years the same shit will happen with whatever the newest research paradigm calling itself "AI" is.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >look at him
    >who?
    >anon
    >what about him
    >he thinks that a bot that 10 billion was burned on, who can't even draw hands will replace artists within the next decade

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i love my wife, Hirasawa Yui!!!

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