The Changelog Podcast: LLMs Break the Internet




  • People who think “these language models lie to you all the time” (which they do) and “they will produce buggy code with security holes”—every single complaint about these things is true, and yet, despite all of that, the productivity benefits you get if you lean into them and say OK, how do I work with something that’s completely unreliable, that invents things, that comes up with APIs that don’t exist… how do I use that to enhance my workflow anyway? (View Highlight)
  • you can get enormous leaps ahead in productivity and in the ambition of the kinds of projects that you take on, if you can accept both things are true at once at once: it can be flawed, and lying, and have all of these problems… and it can also be a massive productivity boost. (View Highlight)