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ChatGPT and Fibaro


SmartHomeEddy
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19 minutes ago, Joep said:

Maybe a blog header post in the future to attract visitors. It just catches your attention. Just a question, when you create these images with AI you get other images than standard so it’s click bait 

 

You can use it for sure, i can make you better and upscaled one's. Ofcourse! I like your blog's.

 

But i dont quite understand what you are asking there. If i understand right,   i dont select image's, i alter them with new prompts.

 

Like the one before, started with this. And then i adjust the results with new prompts.

 

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Thank you. Love this. I have to photoshop in a Sonos speaker and I have a header image for my next Sonos blog. It’s not Fibaro but the shapes and colors reminds me of the motion sensor. That’s cool. 

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Just for fun, i created a Fibaro motion sensor, with a Sonos speaker integrated :P

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

The genie is out of the bottle.

 

I expect this tech to be widely used by SPAM bots. But also by "clever" humans though I fail to see the point in trying to help a user on a forum with an answer that is wrong. Anyway...

 

Firm statement by the Home Assistant moderators:

 

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I quote: 

 

Today we’re introducing a new rule for the Home Assistant community: it’s no longer allowed to use ChatGPT or other AI systems to help others.

Although these systems generate elaborate and well structured answers, they are wrong. Often they are wrong in subtle ways which only someone with the right expertise could detect. And those people wouldn’t need AI to have written that answer.

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Using an AI system to generate an answer while not providing attribution to AI will result in a ban.

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If AI systems get better, we will revisit this rule.

 

So people asked "is it really that bad" and the answer is: yes! I quote:

 

The documentation it does have is a year and a half old, but it’s “intelligently extrapolating” from that to create random non-existent services, functions, etc.: resulting in gibberish.

 

And, I quote:

 

Yup, this morning I had somebody who had been given the following automation by ChatGPT:

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Now, at first glance that was clearly - to me - ChatGPT generated gibberish. They didn’t know that though, and had spent hours trying to make it work.

 

Fibaro users won't understand what is wrong with the generated code so I'll come up with roughly the Lua equivalent of what is posted there: it is as if ChatGPT has figured out that many code pieces have "fibaro. something" in them. Like fibaro.getValue and fibaro.getGlobalVariable. It then assumes, wrongly that these constructs also exist: fibaro.ping and fibaro.print (because, based on language, it makes sense).

 

Of course, this new rule causes outrage and disbelieve but one of the moderators gives us some facts:

 

So, how should we handle people who use ChatGPT responses as their own when answering questions? Not including Facebook / Mastodon / Discord / Reddit, we’ve had a half dozen or so users in the last week passing ChatGPT responses as answers in multiple topics/posts. I’ve personally deleted about 30 responses, I can’t speak for other mods. Do you think we should let that continue?

 

My time on this planet is valuable. I cannot spend more time on this subject. If people think, ChatGPT can replace humans on a forum like this, by all means. Go ahead. Saves me a lot of time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • A long time ago I was ecstatic to hear some speech coming out of my PC's speaker. Maybe ChatGPT is one of those, maybe not.

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    You made me google some memories :)

     

    About 28 years ago.

     

     

     

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    4 hours ago, SmartHomeEddy said:

    A long time ago I was ecstatic to hear some speech coming out of my PC's speaker.

    Let's bring back fond memories then! Ever heard of SAM voice aka "Software Automatic Mouth"?

     

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    1 minute ago, petergebruers said:

    Let's bring back fond memories then! Ever heard of SAM voice aka "Software Automatic Mouth"?

     

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    Ow well, when i was about 13 years old maybe a little older. I had a C64.

     

    I remember a game......somthing with an elevator, and the FIRST ever speaking voice i heard from a computer :)

    It sounded just like this one......ow ow ow now i cant sleep, till i know what game that was.

     

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    Ow here we are, i can sleep again :P

     

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