VIDEO | SP. podcast second episode: Artificial intelligence, IT sector and chatbots with expert Stojancho Tudjarski

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The second episode of our Free Press podcast airs tonight. He is our guest today Stojancho Tudjarski, a mechanical engineer and computer science engineer.

Tujarski has 30 years of experience in the IT industry, of which the last 10 years have been actively involved in Data Mining, Machine Learning, Predictive Analysis, Neural Networks, AI, Deep Learning, NLP, NLG. Focused on Recommendation Systems, NLP and Data Science for Finance.

He tells us about artificial intelligence, chatbots like "Chatzipit", the IT sector in Macedonia, as well as numerous other topics related to technology.

"Every word that comes out of Chat GPT and GPT-4's mouth is nothing more than highly sophisticated plagiarism. Naum Chomsky claims that. According to me, the man knows what he is talking about and I trust him. Plagiarism has existed and will exist. Now the problem with plagiarism is that it's so easy to plagiarize, it's scary. However, you know what the problem is with those auto-generated texts and images? They have no taste. They are impersonal, tasteless. The most ordinary "common sense" things," Tudjarski explains.

The expert says that one can never predict what artificial intelligence will bring us next, and how countries will decide to regulate its rise remains to be seen in the coming months.

You can watch the entire podcast below:

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