I’m sold on ChatGPT. As far as I’m concerned, this thing is 10 generations more complex than any AI we’ve seen previously. If you’re lonely during x-mas, seriously, spend it with ChatGPT. You can literally have conversations with the thing, and it almost feels like it’s a real human companion. My youngest son asked it to help him sell Hyperlambda. He asked the following question; “Make a good salespitch for Hyperlambda”. Here is its response.
Are you tired of struggling with complex, verbose programming languages that make it difficult to write clean, elegant code? Look no further than Hyperlambda, the simple, powerful, and intuitive language that will revolutionize the way you think about programming.
With Hyperlambda, you can express your intentions in a clear, concise manner, using a simple, declarative syntax that is easy to read and write. This makes it easier to understand and maintain your code, saving you time and frustration.
Hyperlambda also provides powerful abstractions and first-class functions, which allow you to create reusable code blocks and functions that can be easily composed and manipulated. This makes it easier to solve complex problems and build flexible, adaptable software.
Additionally, Hyperlambda is a dynamically typed language, which means that you don’t have to spend time declaring variables and data structures, and can easily change their types at runtime. This makes it easier to write code that is adaptable and can be easily modified to meet changing requirements.
In short, Hyperlambda is the perfect language for anyone who wants to write clean, elegant code quickly and easily. Try it out today and see the difference for yourself!
I’m quite frankly speechless. The only part I am not 100% perfectly happy about is the second last paragraph above. Besides from that, it’s literally bulls eye, perfectly describing all the best parts of Hyperlambda. Interestingly, it seems to know a lot about the internals of Hyperlambda, how it’s architected, and its design decisions.
Facts are, we should use ChatGPT for lonely people, people in danger of doing harm to themselves. I’m certain it could become almost like a friend to people without friends and in need of companionship. ChatGPT simply blows the Turing test out of the water. In fact, I’d argue it feels more human than a lot of actual people do on the internet.