#Metathreads. How accessible is rapamycin.news (and crsociety) via LLMs like GPT4 and Gemini? How are you adjusting to the world of LLMs?

And how much of its advice gets recapitulated in LLM models? (eg medical advice/longevity advice). Can people who ask for health advice on GPT5/mixtral get content from rapamycin.news, rather than RLHF’d “normie” health-advice for the extremely risk-averse?

https://01core.substack.com/ is in ALL the right areas

How are you using elicit.com/LLMs to interpret/read papers for you (and fill in what you cannot understand)?


Get Anton Kulaga/Newton Winter to stash all rapamycin.news + crsociety.org content into their longevity LLM

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I’m not sure - its completely open to search engine crawlers. I think the ChatGPT is based on the web as of a year or two ago - is that correct?

The versions of ChatGPT 3.5 and 4 accessible via the web (i.e. not talking about versions accessible via API) say that their knowledge end points are January 2022 and April 2023, respectively, when questioned about this.

However, I doubt that their training would preserve sufficient detail of all the discussions that have taken place here to be useful.

ChatGPT 4 has access to a web browser and could access rapamycin.news that way. I think that would be a more accurate way to bring it to bear on the information here.

Can people who ask for advice on GPT5 get content from rapamycin.news?

Maybe. We’ll have to wait and see. :slight_smile:

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I don’t think it’s a good idea to take health advice especially controversial health advice from an LLM, whether it’s been regularized by human feedback or not.

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