According to Aristotle, Would ChatGPT Be Able to Think?

According to Aristotle, Would ChatGPT Be Able to Think?.

Overview

Author(s): Marcello Politi

Originally published on Towards AI.

Aristotle’s syllogisms and the logical capabilities of Large Language Models
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The revolution of Large Language Models, such as chatGPT, has brought many people closer to the AI field. The ethical, social, and even political impacts of these new technologies are becoming increasingly important and necessary. In my articles, I have often addressed how to develop applications based on LLMs. This article, however, has a different purpose. I tried to chat with chatGPT to understand its capabilities from what one might define a more philosophical point of view.

We will begin by understanding what Aristotle’s syllogism is and then understand that chatGPT has the skills to do… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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AI Applications

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