I do not mind going to drink a beer (or anything) with Sam Altman (I am from Québec City) but I can talk to anyone at OpenAI…
As someone who regularly uses AI tools, I am grateful for the ingenuity behind their creation. However, I often feel exasperation and (more than) mildly annoyed when I encounter issues that seem trivial but cannot be easily fixed.
One specific issue that I have encountered is the challenge of restarting conversations with the AI. It feels like an irritating guessing game trying to figure out how to ask the AI to continue a conversation, and when I do attempt to restart a conversation, the AI often restarts from the beginning, without any knowledge of the previous conversation. This can be frustrating and feel like wasted time.
At the end of the day things that seems trivial for me to be fixed and that maybe are not should be fixed (or I feel like I would like to at least understand why it is not possible to do anything)… I am today complaining about something that I can not believe no one have never experienced… an other ABRUPT COMPLETION
As a member of the OpenAI community, I would appreciate more transparency and information about the limitations of AI tools. While I understand that some limitations may be due to safety concerns or competitive advantage, I believe that when these factors are not at play, it would be helpful to be informed about the limitations of the AI. For instance, it would be useful to know the length of a reply that the AI can handle, and to inform the AI about these limits to avoid frustrating restarts.
I am interested in hearing from others in the OpenAI community who may have experienced similar bitterness or have found effective ways to interact with the AI. If you have any tips or suggestions for interacting with the AI, please share them with me and the community I would love avoid to have those continual disappointment. Together, we can turn our displeasure into constructive interactions and work towards a more convivial AI experience.
By sharing our experiences and annoyance about the AI tools, we can work together to find solutions and improve the AI experience. Let’s start a conversation and collaborate on ways to make the AI tools more user-friendly and efficient avoiding chagrin and vexation.