I replaced Google with ChatGPT for most technical questions.

I tried ChatGPT4 for Unity, and it failed to understand complex problems that required systems integrations. Unity is a monster of integrated systems. It is as if you were to combine Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoCAD, Solidworks, and ProTools in one software. GPT-4 and GPT-3.5 can guide you in implementing and integrating something from scratch. However, since the AI cannot see your whole codebase, it can’t tell the entire context of your problem. You can give it pieces (even long ones) of your code and it does a good job explaining every single line of code. But it often fails at providing a solution when it doesn’t know what your other dozens of files have.

ChatGPT wouldn’t replace (some) humans in the future. Let’s say that a future version of ChatGPT can plug into your whole codebase. It might be able to fix bugs, refactor code, and even write new code. However,