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NecroSocial 2 points

Devin AI, though probably vaporware, is still a good proof of concept for these kinds of dev systems and Devin is only running 4 sub-agents. Imagine an AI running hundreds or thousands of sub-agents each handling different aspects of the development pipeline from setting up environments to QA to final commits and go-live and keeping a master list of where in the process the whole thing is. A single human coder could be overseeing the master list to step in and resolve any bottlenecks. After enough learning the human coder could be cut out of the process entirely and only step in at the end to ensure the software is working to spec before launch. It's prolly not completely there yet but it's definitely coming and likely sooner than one would expect.

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NecroSocial 2 points

We'll keep have to deal with hallucinations until/unless they give AI the ability to say "I don't know." Right now models are basically required to give an answer to a prompt and if no true answer exists in their approximation then they just lie/hallucinate the most convincing thing they can calculate because answering, "How should I know?" isn't an option. There's something about the black box nature of how current LLMs formulate replies that makes recognizing when to admit defeat in answering a query a non starter at the moment. It's why a image generator will always return an image no matter how obscure or misunderstood the prompt was. For example I just asked Leonardo.ai for an image of "mipsydoople canarling a jibbymank" and got the attached image which I guess is it taking "canarling" to mean "canary" because failure isn't an option.

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NecroSocial 2 points *

So they're making a live action OPM in Hollywood and not using a story from the original creators but instead Dan Harmon and Heather Anne Campbell rewriting a script from two dudes responsible for Kangaroo Jack and Netflix's Cowboy Bebop respectively to be helmed by the director from Fast and Furious?

Jesus fucking Christ on flaming pogo stick this is going to suck. It'll be funny, maybe, but not in the same iconic way OPM is funny and all the rest of it will be off. Calling it now, they're going to set it in America, race swap multiple characters and fuck with the mythology somehow. Plus it's a Sony production so the cinematography is going to be in that same shitty league as Morbius, Venom and Madame Web. Fuck!

The US needs a new hub for the film industry completely separate from Hollywood that isn't controlled by multinational conglomerates. Hollywood is looking too far gone at this point.

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NecroSocial 1 point

Coolness. I guess once you go live with it I'll see where I might be able to help design-wise and send some ideas (my laziness allowing).

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Awesome. Hype engaged.

BTW I want to offer you a graphic design assist with the app, but I also don't want to do any work. It's a conundrum for me.

How easy/hard is the UI to fiddle with if you wanted to? We talking basic HTML/CSS or some kind of templating system with a lot of moving parts?

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NecroSocial 1 point

The few the proud... Maichan

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NecroSocial 1 point

A life well lived. Dude got to see the realization of his life's work and won a Nobel for it. RIP to one of the greats.

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NecroSocial 1 point

Just realized I was anon, this is Necro

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NecroSocial 1 point

Defend the sign! I mean I'm not gonna do it but you guys go git em. Go on git.

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NecroSocial 2 points

They say they're rolling Linux out over time and training the workers how to use it before and as they switch. Gotta think that'll have better results than some of the failed attempts to switch by some other governments.

I'm definitely going either Linux with a Win11 virtual machine or just strait Linux when I'm forced to leave Windows 10 finally. I'm sick of Windows power-user hostility and privacy invasion.

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