The Generative Fun Week
Forget about Thanksgiving, Black Week, and Black Friday. The past seven days (and likely, the next seven as well) are THE ALTMAN WEEK. More seriously, it puts its finger on the weak spot of big data and of the even bigger cost (and carbon footprint) of keeping it up-to-date. Let’s keep in mind innovation of data architecture and new ML algorithms as well.
I asked generative AI (both NewBing and ChatGPT) on the Sunday after, why Sam Altman was leaving his own team. Both use the same GAI, so both answered that he was employed and had never quit. “Based on many reliable sources” and references. Well, Altman came back the following day, so maybe their GAI is becoming Clairvoyant? Hardly. I suppose rather just crunching through huge outdated/low-quality training-data sets (the larger, the harder to keep them up to date – no big surprise to data architects or analysts).
Now, a week after, I asked NewBing why both gave me a wrong answer on Sunday. Here we go:
-When I asked you last Sunday why Altman was leaving his Open AI, your answer was wrong. Why was it?
-I apologize if the information provided was not accurate. As of my latest knowledge update in 2021, I don’t have real-time information. However, I can provide the most recent information available on the web. According to recent reports, Sam Altman, the CEO and co-founder of OpenAI, was dismissed from his position. The board accused him of not being consistently candid in his communications1. The board concluded that he hindered its ability to exercise its responsibilities due to his lack of consistent candor. The specifics of what Altman allegedly concealed from the board are not clear. Please note that this information is based on the latest web search and may not be 100% accurate or up-to-date. I recommend checking the most recent and reliable sources for the most accurate information.
-Oh, isn’t he back at OpenAI since Monday?
-According to the latest reports, Sam Altman, the former CEO of OpenAI, is reportedly considering a return to the company. Multiple news reports, including the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, cited anonymous sources who said the board is having second thoughts about the firing and has asked Altman to return. However, it was also reported that Sam Altman will not return as the CEO of OpenAI. Please note that this information is based on the latest web search and may not be 100% accurate or up-to-date.
-Who is the current CEO of OpenAI?
-As of the latest information available, Sam Altman is the current CEO of OpenAI. However, there have been recent changes in the leadership of OpenAI. Mira Murati served as the interim CEO after Sam Altman’s departure. Please note that this information is based on the latest web search and may not be 100% accurate or up-to-date. I recommend checking the most recent and reliable sources for the most accurate information. Please note that this information is based on the latest web search and may not be 100% accurate or up-to-date. I recommend checking the most recent and reliable sources for the most accurate information.
-You’re welcome! If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.
Huge data or good data ?
Indeed, no big surprise to data architects or analysts. Green IT and AI will remain high priorities. What I wrote in this Edge blogpost, on green AI and Big data versus high data quality, stays valid for years ahead. So, once again: whatever your tech or sector of industry, architects have to make it Green as well.
by Milan Kratochvil.
Trainer at Informator, senior modeling and architecture consultant at Kiseldalen’s, main author: UML Extra Light (Cambridge University Press) and Growing Modular (Springer). Advanced UML2 Professional (OCUP cert level 3/3). Milan and Informator collaborate since 1996 on architecture, AI, rules, modeling, UML, requirements, and design. You can meet him this autumn at these courses in English or Swedish (remote participation is offered and highly recommended) :
(on demand: Modular Product Line Architecture )Nyckelord: Microsoft, Bing, Altman, DataQuality, AgileModelling, BigData, UML, ITarchitecture, ML, chatgpt, openai