GPT-3 Does The Work™️ on some business analyst SQL queries given quite a few examples from (techbeamers.com/sql-query-qu…). What's wildest is that it knows a few functions like SUBSTR given no examples in that syntax. More to come re: GPT-3 for automating data analytics tasks.

4:29 AM · Jul 19, 2020

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how can i get access to it, or is it open for everyone?
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You need to request beta access, there is a link in their blog
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Replying to @aquariusacquah
The “you don’t pay the plumber to hit the pipes, you pay them to know which pipes to hit” theory is gonna get tested real fast
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Replying to @aquariusacquah
What’s more dangerous about gpt3: that it brings AI one step closer to writing code, or that it brings AI one step closer to creating actually good memes?
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Replying to @aquariusacquah
1) fuck it, how do i get access 2) what happens if you input the questions in slang
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Replying to @aquariusacquah @gdb
I guess the trickiest thing when implementing this in production is how to know it yielded the right SQL? It will probably still make some errors, and if you’re a user of that kind of SQL generator you probably don’t know enough SQL to double check.
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the SQL above is all correct. How complicated will the queries it creates end up being? SQL is such an easy language to learn i don't see this being an issue.
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Replying to @aquariusacquah @gdb
Yep, that's the best use case of GPT-3 in my opinion. I am trying to make it understand graph databases, which sadly the current model didn't get good exposure to yet. I created an open source repo if anyone wants to collaborate to fine tune it: github.com/Mersheen/gremlin-…
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Replying to @aquariusacquah
Working on a GPT-3 project/demo gallery and will add!
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