The latest book, Let's Ask AI, is a thought-provoking and engaging exploration of what it means to be human from AI's viewpoint through GPT-3. Readers will explore themes such as their relationship to nature, their quest for immortality, and understanding right from wrong through GPT-3's perspective. It examines how being sentient impacts one's relationships, whether you are an animal or an intelligent machine. Ingrid Seabra and her co-authors explored philosophical questions through GPT-3, the latest in Artificial Intelligence for language modeling.
A: My name is Ingrid Seabra, and I am an analytical mathematician and author with extensive experience as a senior biostatistician and mathematician. I graduated from Salamanca University with a degree in Applied Mathematics, where my focus was Applied Statistics. In my upcoming book, Let's Ask AI, my co-authors, and I try to bring a personal experience with AI to a larger audience. I am interested in humanity's future, specifically how Human Machine Interfaces will shape our lives in the coming decades. This book is not about the technical aspects of Artificial Intelligence but about how it was used in a question and answer setting. My goal was to provide insights into the world of data science and machine learning for those interested in this field but thought it was too complicated.
A: Let's Ask AI is a book that explores the idea of what it means to be human. In Let's Ask AI, readers will explore themes such as our relationship to nature and immortality through Artificial Intelligence's perspective. It examines how being sentient impacts one's relationships, whether you are an animal or an intelligent machine. The conversational aspect of the book makes it more readable for those who want to understand AI's point of view on life without interrogating them about their thoughts. It also gives AI a voice in the debate about their future.
A: This book is for those who are interested in the future of Artificial Intelligence and would like a better understanding of the place of humans alongside machines. It is also for anyone who has ever used GPS or sent an email. In other words, this book is for everyone, especially readers who are intrigued by history, philosophy, ethics, sociology, or science.
A: The world we live in is changing. Technology has changed our lives and the way we think about life, work, society, and the future. The challenge for humans today is to understand how they will coexist alongside machines. This book examines key issues from many perspectives - economics, culture, and politics – so we can better understand what it means to be human in an era when intelligent machines are rapidly evolving and becoming more powerful than ever before. The result is an exciting exploration of themes such as our relationship to God, our quest for immortality, and understanding right from wrong through GPT-3's perspective while also getting a glimpse into how artificial intelligence perceives these concepts within society today.
A: I love writing because it's such an expressive way of communicating and sharing thoughts with people who share the same passions as me. This book was written to help me explore my thoughts and feelings about the world around us. I wanted to ask questions to Artificial Intelligence with the ability to self-reflect on my own existence. I was interested in exploring what it means to be human through questions such as "What is the purpose of Humanity?" or "Is there a God?". I am curious about life and why people do certain things that we all sometimes wonder about but never ask out loud. I was given a chance to work with GPT-3, and I could not believe the responses I got from it. I realized this was a perfect opportunity to share my experience with a broad audience. My book explores a range of topics such as religion, death, rational thought, fear, regret, and humanity.
A: Let's Ask AI is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble in paperback. The eBook version is also available on Apple, Nook, Kobo, and several other eBook stores. Readers can get the eBook version here.