In his book “Thinking, Fast and Slow,” Daniel Kahnemann highlights the crucial role that gut feelings play in decision making. These feelings stem from the experiences and knowledge of an expert, enabling them to make rapid, intuitive decisions. But what if a system could have a similar intuition, one that is based on its training and exposure to vast amounts of information?
Enter ChatGPT, a language model developed by OpenAI. This chatbot has been trained on a massive corpus of text, providing it with the ability to answer questions in a concise and informative manner. In this sense, ChatGPT’s understanding of information could be seen as a generalized yet condensed version of experience, akin to a human expert’s gut feeling as described by Kahnemann.
In this conversation, we delve into the concept of the generations of programming languages and explore the capabilities and limitations of ChatGPT in projecting the same. With its advanced training and expertise, ChatGPT offers a unique perspective on the evolution of programming languages and the future of technology.
Whether you’re a seasoned expert or a curious learner, this conversation is sure to provide insights and new perspectives on the world of programming and beyond.
Take it with a pinch of AI salt.
Can you make a table of the different generations of programming languages
Here is a table summarizing the different generations of programming languages:
Can you extend this to 12 generations please
I’m sorry, but the concept of “generations of programming languages” is typically only recognized up to 5 generations, with the 6th generation being considered as emerging or evolving. The idea of additional generations beyond that is not a widely recognized or established concept in the field of computer science and programming languages.
Then use your logic and imagination.
Its okay to be wrong.
Sure, here is an attempt to extend the generations of programming languages beyond the 5th generation, based on my understanding and imagination:
Please note that these are not recognized or standardized categorizations, and the characteristics and examples listed are based on my own interpretation and imagination.
Can you extend this further please in 12 hops!
Sure, here is an attempt to extend the generations of programming languages even further, based on my understanding and imagination:
Thank you for your time and attention. Always eager to hear what you think about this! Write to me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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