Sep 14, 2021

OpenAI Codex: Just Say What You Want! 🤖

Posted by in categories: entertainment, mathematics, robotics/AI

I predicted that by 2030 you would be able to tell an AI assistant to build brand new books, movies, TV, video games, etc… on demand. That has now arrived, although in its Very Early stages. Look forward to building whatever media you want, or changing existing media into whatever you want.

“OpenAI Codex: Just Say What You Want!”

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Codex tweet/application links:
Explaining code:

Pong game:

Blender Scripting:

GPT-3 tweet/application links:
Website layout:


Typesetting math:

Population data:


Nutrition labels:

User interface design:

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