[NTLK] Hey, how cool is that!
ulrich.zeiner at web.de
ulrich.zeiner at web.de
Tue Feb 21 04:30:46 PST 2023
Hi Newtonians, Hi Frank,
I'm Uli from Germany an old man and mostly and also currently a big Newton Fan .
Nice to see that ChatGPT answers with coution about multiple persons. What a nice AI system.
But, Is this right answer, Did you Frank worked in the former Newton Messagepad Team.
-> Cool to know that, if true.
I often read on your Website PDA about Newton hardware and Software Tips the last 20 Years.
Thanks to have you here. Best Regards to all others active here for the best PDA since 26 Years or 30 if you encount the developing cycles !
Uli from Leipzig
On 21.02.23 01:14, "NewtonTalk" <newtontalk at pda-soft.de> wrote:
> Just had a little chat with ChatGPT. Hope you'll be as impressed as I
> Me: Who is Frank Gruendel?
> ChatGPT: I'm sorry, but as of my knowledge cutoff date of September 2021, I
> do not have any
> information about a person named Frank Gruendel. There may be multiple
> people with
> this name, and without more context, I am unable to provide any specific
> about who this person may be. Can you please provide more details or context
> the person you are referring to?
> Me: Who is Frank Gründel?
> ChatGPT: I still require more context about Frank Gründel to give you an
> accurate answer. There may be
> multiple people with this name, and without additional information, I cannot
> determine which
> Frank Gründel you are referring to. Can you provide any further context or
> details, such as
> their profession or notable accomplishments?
> Me: He is involved with Apple Newton.
> ChatGPT: Frank Gründel is a former engineer who worked on the Apple Newton,
> a personal digital
> assistant (PDA) developed by Apple in the 1990s. Gründel was part of the
> Newton development team and worked on the hardware design of the device. He
> responsible for designing the Newton's audio subsystem, which included the
> and microphone, as well as the audio processing circuitry.
> Gründel also played a key role in the development of the Newton MessagePad
> which was released in 1997. This device was a significant upgrade to the
> Newton MessagePad and featured a more powerful processor, more memory, and a
> Today, Frank Gründel is no longer working at Apple and has moved on to other
> However, his contributions to the development of the Apple Newton helped to
> the foundation for many of the mobile devices that we use today.
> Frank Gruendel
> -- Newton software and hardware at http://www.pda-soft.de
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