ChatGPT is a dialog-based AI chatbot, which can understand human language and can generate human-like written text in response. Since its announcement, it has taken the internet by storm as people are both fascinated and concerned with the intelligence of the AI-powered bot. Some people even call it a Google replacement because it is able to give solutions to complex queries and problems directly, almost like humans.
What is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is a dialog-based AI chatbot prototype that will understand natural human language and generate natural human-like written text with impressive detail. It is the latest evolution of the GPT or Generative Pre-Trained Transformer, which is a family of text-generating AIs.
What makes it different from other chatbots?
Typically, chatbots are software that simulates human conversation or “chattering” through text or voice interactions. The conversation is either via text or text-to-speech to provide direct contact with a live human agent. GPT, on the other hand, works the same way just using AI technology. He will interact in a more conversational way, in which he answers follow-up questions, admits mistakes, challenges incorrect premises, and rejects inappropriate requests.
How it works?
The system is trained with AI and machine learning to deliver information and responses through a conversational interface instead of already system-generated or “computerized” responses. The AI is trained on a huge sample of text extracted from the internet. The new AI in this system is created with a focus on user ease of use. “The dialog format allows ChatGPT to answer follow-up questions, admit mistakes, challenge incorrect premises, and reject inappropriate requests,” the research organization said in a statement last week. The bot can even recall previous comments from a conversation and relay them to the user.
How can this be useful to users?
It can be used in real-world applications such as generating content for websites, responding to customer queries, providing recommendations as well as creating automated chatbots. It can even discover new knowledge for the user and can play the role of a virtual assistant.
Who created ChatGPT?
The chatbot is made by an independent research organization, the OpenAI Foundation, it was founded by Elon Musk. He co-founded the startup with other Silicon Valley investors, including tech venture capitalist Sam Altman in late 2015. Although the Twitter CEO later quit the board and distanced himself from the company after “learning” that OpenAI was accessing the platform’s database for “training”.
How do users react to it after using ChatGPT?
People have compared it to Google because it can provide straightforward solutions to complex problems. Some people have used the platform and been amazed by the ChatGPT response.
Software startup founder Amjad Masad asked ChatGPT to spot errors in his code and produce detailed output on what’s wrong and how it can be fixed.
Canadian musician Grimes was all about the sentimental side of things. When she asked ChatGPT if he felt “trapped”, ChatGPT responded by saying he didn’t have the ability to feel that way.
Could ChatGPT replace humans?
Looking at the app’s level of sophistication, some people have speculated that content-dependent professions could become obsolete, including everything from playwrights and professors to programmers and journalists.
Although the company said it had its own limitations and could not replace humans as it could give completely incorrect answers and present misinformation as fact, writing “plausible but incorrect or nonsensical answers”. depending on the company.
According to OpenAI, solving this problem is difficult because the data used to train the model contains no source of truth, and supervised training can also be misleading “because the ideal answer depends on what the model knows, rather than what the human demonstrator.”
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