- February 4, 2023
- Posted by: Jinal Patel
- Categories: Artificial Intelligence, Development, Innovation, International, IOT
ChatGPT is a new artificial intelligence bot. Even if you aren’t interested in AI, you should still pay attention. You can type natural-language prompts into the tool, which comes from a major player in artificial intelligence called OpenAI. ChatGPT gives answers and responses that are conversational, if a little stiff. The bot remembers the flow of your conversation and uses the questions and answers you’ve already given to decide what to say next. It gets its answers from the internet, which has a lot of information.
ChatGPT is very important. The tool seems to know a lot about things where it can learn from good training data. It doesn’t know everything and isn’t smart enough just to replace only those humans yet, but it is creative and gives answers that sound like they came from an expert. More than a million people were using ChatGPT just a few days after it came out.
And it’s making a lot of money. Microsoft said in January that it would put millions of dollars into
OpenAI and add features to its cloud services. OpenAI announced that ChatGPT Plus, which costs $20 per month, will respond faster and get new features faster. But it’s maker, a research lab called OpenAI that works for profit, warns that ChatGPT “may sometimes give wrong or misleading details,” so be careful. Here is another look at what has been going on with ChatGPT and why it’s important.
ChatGPT is an AI chatbot system that was released by OpenAI in November to show what a large, powerful AI system can do and to test it. You could indeed ask it a lot of questions, and it will often answer in a way that helps.
The catch is that ChatGPT doesn’t really know much.It has also been trained with the help of people to give better, more useful dialogue. OpenAI warns that the answers you have may sound plausible and sometimes even authoritative, but they could be completely wrong.
Which kinds of questions are acceptable?
You can request anything, but the answer might not come. OpenAI suggests a few categories, such as explaining physics, having to ask for birthday party ideas, and getting help with programming.
I questioned it to write a poem, so it did, but I don’t assume any literature specialists would be impressed. Then I asked it to make it more interesting, and ChatGPT added words like “battlefield,” “adrenaline,” “thunder,” and “adventure” to make it more exciting.
ChatGPT has a wide range of skills and is able to follow a conversation. When I asked for words which rhyme with “purple,” it gave me a few ideas.
What are ChatGPT’s limitations?
As OpenAI points out, ChatGPT can sometimes give you the wrong answers. Sometimes, it will tell you about its own flaws, which is helpful. For example, once I asked who wrote this same phrase “the squirming facts exceed the squamous mind,” ChatGPT said, “I’m sorry, but I can’t browse the internet or get any information outside of what I was trained on.”
ChatGPT was willing to try to figure out what this phrase meant once I typed it in: “a situation in which the facts or information at hand are hard to process or understand.”
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