Using Codex to translate assembly to natural language. Not something I’m very good at myself:
#codex of @OpenAI explains Assembly! - sometimes it takes multiple iterations for a solid output, but hey, Rome wasn't built in one day. - I'm still baffled by the many application and implications of this pretrained #ai model. @gdb

5:47 PM Β· Aug 29, 2021

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I always think how people come up with these ideas …
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So uh, has anyone tried using Codex on interview challenges yet?
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I just got access to Codex a couple days ago and I’m going to start tackling interview challenges. Are there any particular challenges you’re interested in?
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@gdb can i get an invite to codex already a user of gpt-3 with functional product in place also need to experiment with codex for static analysis of code and plan to build some practical feature using codex for our startup.
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can't the 1:1 translation of instructions to human readable format be done very trivially
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Wow great for reverse engineering and Malware analysis.
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Cool! Now do hex dumps 😬
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