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Couple of weeks ago Justas Janauskas asked: “Antanai, it’s impressive to see how much you have achieved at your age. Tell me how you see your life in 10 years, and what is the secret of your professional success? “
First of all, thank you Justas for recognising! Much appreciated 🙂
For starters I would like to replace the word “Achieved” to “Experienced”.
To be honest, I achieved almost nothing: I’m not a founder of 9-digit company yet, I haven’t started world-wide movement, I did not win any global competition or award.
BUT I have experienced a lot. Ever since I have started my career in business at the age of 15, my goal was to learn, live and be through happiness. And experiences are exactly what allows you to be in the constant feeling of joy.
🔹That’s why being a teenager I was voluntarily going different tech companies for unpaid internships (Total of 5 internships in Lithuania and US until graduating from high school).
🔹That’s why when living in the countryside I have participated in scary competitions of public speaking/economy/entrepreneurship, challenged students from the best schools in Lithuania and won those competitions. 🔹That’s why I remained helping people and startups (up to date I was mentoring and lecturing at 30+ events), even thou the first company I have raised money for left me on ice.
I have always invested in experience, and this mindset brought me money, opportunities, friends, companies, trips and everything one could ever dream of :) Really, I wish such happiness for everyone! :D
Talking about my future, in 10 years I see myself as a dad and a husband with the main life project of a family on the track:) According to my Impossible list (visit my profile to learn more about wtf is The Impossible List :D) by that time I should already have a solid exit from the startup I’m working with, running my own consulting company on the side, and preparing to start my dream of growing a vineyard 😊
So the open secret of my professional career - always learn, work and do things that brings you best experiences, everything else will come along and you will live a life-long adventure :) (Hopefully that doesn’t sound too cheesy :D) . What were you drivers that led your professional career to where it is now? 😉
Have you ever listened to a podcast where one of the talkers is broadcasting from his van somewhere in the fields of Lithuania? 😄
If not it's definitely worth to take a look at Redefining Human Value podcast where me, David Wing (CEO at EduFlow), and Vlas Lezin (COO at Silicon Valley Innovation Center) are talking about role of mentorship for entrepreneurs 🤓
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Just read an amazing insight on LinkedIn from Tomas Moška, co-founder of Turing Society, on open AI topic, interesting read to share with Qoorio community 😊
"AI model once labeled ‘too dangerous to release to the public’ now is 116x larger and soon will be, well ... available to the public.
In Feb 2019, OpenAI labeled GPT-2, an AI language model, as ‘too dangerous to release’. It shocked the world with its capabilities to answer questions on the fly on almost any topic.
Now, they are releasing a superior model, GPT-3. If you give it a task and provide no examples (like translating a text), it has a 76% chance of correctly doing so. If together with a task description, you provided a couple of examples, the chances increase to somewhere around 90%.
The team at OpenAI tested this model by generating entire articles of 200 words, mixing them with articles written by humans, and asking people to mark every article as either AI-generated or real. Results were staggering with only 52% of people guessing correctly. That's a mere 50/50 chance.
Other applications of this model are more creative. Some have already created applications that take an app's description as a task and have GPT-3 generate code (https://lnkd.in/eYAtWcp) and design (https://lnkd.in/eQXncjy) "
So, what do you think? And what would you create with GPT-3? 😉