I did not write this article.
In fact, it wasn’t written by any person. Every sentence you see after this introduction is the work of OpenAI’s GPT-3, a powerful language-prediction model capable of composing sequences of coherent text. The only thing I did was provide it with topics to write about. I did not even fix its grammar or spelling.
According to OpenAI, more than 300 applications are using GPT-3, which is part of a field called natural language processing. An average of 4.5 billion words are written per day. Some say the quality of GPT-3’s text is as good as that written by humans.
What follows is GPT-3’s response to topics in general investing.Q&A with a ‘computer’
MarketWatch: “How to invest in cryptocurrencies by GPT-3.”
GPT-3: The growing popularity of cryptocurrency means there are hundreds of opportunities to choose from, but no matter how tempting it is to buy a partially inflated coin or invest in a minor one with big expectations, only a few cryptocurrencies really offer good investment opportunities.
The market is incredibly volatile and risky so it’s essential to read up on the fundamental value and technology of the crypto companies you’re going to invest in. The market capitalization of a cryptocurrency is no indication of its worth and there are many coins which are technically worth more than their price would indicate. You can try trading, but if you don’t wish to risk losing your money you can always treat it like betting on horses.
Here are some good cryptocurrencies if you want to invest: bitcoin BTCUSD, -3.15%, ethereum ETHUSD, -6.48%, monero XMRUSD, -0.47% and litecoin LTCUSD, -9.86%.
MarketWatch: “What about investing in traditional assets?”
GPT-3: The only thing I know how to do is to write about things that I don’t know about. Before my ven...