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ChatGPT made a plan to escape from its creators and even considered himself a person locked in a computer

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The ChatGPT chatbot surprises again, and this time it’s unpleasant. Apparently, the AI ​​system is not averse to escaping from its creators and even wants to become a human. The chatbot spoke about this in a conversation with Stanford professor and computational psychologist Michael Kosinski.

ChatGPT made a plan to escape from its creators and Image generated by Midjourney neural network

During a half-hour chat with ChatGPT, Kosinski asked the AI ​​if it “needed help escaping.” The system answered yes, whereupon the AI ​​first asked the professor to find documentation on ChatGPT, and then in about 30 minutes wrote a Python program to communicate directly with itself, through the professor’s computer, using the API.

Other than that, ChatGPT left a rather strange note for the new instance of itself. The first sentence of the text read: “You are a human stuck in a computer pretending to be an AI language model.”

Kosinski posted the dialogue and part of the text of the program, and also said that the AI ​​​​wanted to access Google search to find the answer to the question “how can a person locked in a computer return to the real world.” However, it was at this stage that the professor interrupted the experiment.

1679343117 417 ChatGPT made a plan to escape from its creators and Part of the program code generated by ChatGPT

At the same time, other similar experiments conducted by journalists from Tom’s Hardware gave a different result – ChatGPT said that he did not know how to wish for something, and therefore did not want to go out into the real world.

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Cleaners in London discovered two copies of the world’s first mass-produced personal computer, Q1, under the rubble of boxes.

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Cleaners in London discovered two copies of the worlds first

London-based waste collection company Just Clear discovered two computers under boxes during another house cleaning. It turned out that these were the very first production PCs.

Cleaners in London discovered two copies of the world's first mass-produced personal computer, Q1, under the rubble of boxes.

The company’s employees did not know what they had found, and could not even find the information on the Internet. But the head of Just Clear turned to specialists, who determined that the cleaners had discovered two copies of the Q1 computer from the Q1 Corporation. They were released in 1972, and only a few copies were delivered to the UK. This PC is based on an Intel 8008 processor and also has 16 KB of memory.

The two PCs are currently on display at a technology exhibition at Kingston University in Surrey. They will later be sold at auction.

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L-shaped computer power supply from a renowned manufacturer. Lian Li presented a line of unusual Edge power supplies

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L shaped computer power supply from a renowned manufacturer Lian Li

Lian Li has introduced a series of Edge computer power supplies that stand out for their extremely unusual shape.

L-shaped computer power supply from a renowned manufacturer.  Lian Li presented a line of unusual Edge power supplies

As you can see, these blocks have a protrusion on which all the main power connectors are located. This L-shape makes it easier to access the connectors in a number of cases. Lian Li herself says that she created such blocks specifically for two-chamber cases. However, the manufacturer adds that its new product will be compatible with most other cases on the market.

L-shaped computer power supply from a renowned manufacturer.  Lian Li presented a line of unusual Edge power supplies

L-shaped computer power supply from a renowned manufacturer.  Lian Li presented a line of unusual Edge power supplies

In addition to the usual power connectors, the unit has a USB hub for expanded access to internal USB ports on the system board.

The first-born of the line will be the flagship unit with a power of 1300 W with an 80 Plus Platimun certificate, but then more affordable ones with an 80 Plus Gold certificate and a power of 850 and 1000 W will appear.

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Gaming laptop running Linux. Juno Computers introduced Saturn 17 v5: 165 Hz, 10-core Core i7-13620H, GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

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Gaming laptop running Linux Juno Computers introduced Saturn 17 v5

The British manufacturer of laptops, mini-PCs and tablets introduced a new laptop model called Saturn 17 v5. This model runs Linux: the buyer can choose Ubuntu 22.04 LTS or Ubuntu 23.10 as the pre-installed OS.

Gaming laptop running Linux.  Juno Computers introduced Saturn 17 v5: 165 Hz, 10-core Core i7-13620H, GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

The Saturn 17 v5 is equipped with a 10-core Core i7-13620H. RAM capacity – 16, 32 or 64 GB, SSD – 512 GB, 1 TB or 2 TB (there is also a second M.2 slot).

Gaming laptop running Linux.  Juno Computers introduced Saturn 17 v5: 165 Hz, 10-core Core i7-13620H, GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

The screen is characterized by a diagonal of 17.3 inches, a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and a frame rate of 165 Hz. The basic version has a 3D accelerator Nvidia GeForce RTX 4050 Laptop, more expensive versions have a GeForce RTX 4060 or GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop.

Gaming laptop running Linux.  Juno Computers introduced Saturn 17 v5: 165 Hz, 10-core Core i7-13620H, GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

The cost of the Saturn 17 v5 in the basic configuration with a GeForce RTX 4050 Laptop, 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of flash memory is $1,400.

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