The University of Gothenburg conducted an unusual experiment. Almira Osmanovich Tunstrem, a doctoral student at the Institute of Neurology and Physiology from Sweden, assigned the GPT-3 deep-learning algorithm a task and wrote a scientific article about himself. The text is 500 words long and looks like a scientific publication.
Thunstrom stated that she was delighted when the AI generated the text. The process took 2 hours. GPT-3 asked Thunstrom if she would publish the article. The doctoral student submitted the article to an academic journal that was peer-reviewed. After answering “yes”, the AI system stated that there was no conflict of interest between the AI system and the co-authors. The editor is currently reviewing the article and the preprint of the article has been published on HAL’s international preprint server.
Ms. Tunstrom noted that the experiment raised ethical and legal issues and suggested that future articles from AI might be published in scientific journals.
GPT-3 allows you to create text on any topic by using large amounts of information. Experiments were conducted previously, in which the algorithm was capable of writing a news article, a book (it took 24-hours), and a work for the author of 18th century.
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