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Steve Jobs Envisioned ChatGPT in 1983 (Audio)
In 1983 Steve Jobs gave a speech at the ‘International Design Conference’ in APSEN, it was a prescient speech that would envision not just personal computers and the internet, but generative, conversational AI too:
In the final line of the speech Jobs would foretell what we today call' ‘large language models’ like ChatGPT, read and hear that part of the speech below:
“When the next Aristotle comes around, maybe if he carries around one of these machines with him his whole life, his or her whole life, and types in all this stuff. Then maybe someday after the person's dead and gone we can ask this machine, hey what would Aristotle have said? What about this? And maybe we won't get the right answer, but maybe we will. And that's really exciting to me. And that's one of the reasons I'm doing what I'm doing.”
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