This makes sense, because Large Language Models are also a petroleum product.

Eric Meyer:

Today I learned about Mozilla's new AI startup from my gas pump. Stop the future, I want it to be less stupid.

We go now live to Mozilla HQ:

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8 Responses:

  1. i can't stop watching the attached mpeg

  2. Narr says:

    Hey, back off, they don’t save enough money from their hundred-million-per-year budget to set up an endowment to finish Servo or anything else with Firefox so moon-shots like this every other year is all we’re going to get.

    • Narr says:

      In fact, if the moonshots don’t pan out, they might even go bankrupt if there’s any hiccup in funding!

      How could you do this to them?

  3. Emma H says:

    Baker and the board going all "notice me, senpai" to the libertarian greenwashing funding machine.

  4. Dave says:

    I want to invest, but does it run on blockchain?

  5. MC says:

    I have been reading, unfortunately, Marc Andreessens' substack, and AI is starting to feel like the next crypto.

    • Doctor Memory says:

      The single strongest point in favor of the "AI is snakeoil" hypothesis is that Balaji Srinivasen is all-in on it, having nearly pivoted away from cryptocurrency boosterism the minute that the saudi money spigot turned off for crypto pitches.

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