Greg Brockman, one of the co-founders of OpenAI, created a demo for a TED Talk in which ChatGPT is given the ability to access the Internet and external services. The ChatBot, with access to external reality, consults documents, provides links to sources of what it says, creates images, analyses spreadsheets and writes posts for social networks.

And as I said, this is a live demo, so sometimes the unexpected will happen to us. But let’s take a look at the Instacart shopping list while we’re at it. And you can see we sent a list of ingredients to Instacart. Here’s everything you need. And the thing that’s really interesting is that the traditional UI is still very valuable, right? If you look at this, you still can click through it and sort of modify the actual quantities. And that’s something that I think shows that they’re not going away, traditional UIs. It’s just we have a new, augmented way to build them. And now we have a tweet that’s been drafted for our review, which is also a very important thing. We can click “run,” and there we are, we’re the manager, we’re able to inspect, we’re able to change the work of the AI if we want to. And so after this talk, you will be able to access this yourself. And there we go. Cool.

Really interesting! Enjoy your viewing!