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What Is ChatGPT- Artificial Intelligence, and How Can I Use It?


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ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) powered chatbot that’s designed to simulate natural human conversation. It’s a project of OpenAI, which is the AI research company that’s also responsible for the DALL-E AI art generator.

What Is It?

ChatGPT is an AI language model that answers questions and generates text based on prompts. It’s built on a generative machine learning model, which means that it was provided with a large dataset of information and trained to create new text based on the original information. It’s also a natural language AI, which means you can interact with it in essentially the same way you would talk to a person, and it responds in the same manner. It runs on OpenAI’s servers, and you can access it through a web browser.

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It can engage in conversations, answer questions, summarize and condense text, translate between multiple different languages, and even analyze text for emotional subtexts. Its knowledge base is considerable, and it can answer questions on a variety of subjects, and even write and debug computer code.

Who Built This?

ChatGPT was built by OpenAI, which is a research company dedicated to developing and experimenting with artificial intelligence systems. In addition to ChatGPS, OpenAI also has a number of other AI projects in the works.

ChatGPT was created by San Francisco-based artificial intelligence company OpenAI. OpenAI Inc. is the non-profit parent company of the for-profit OpenAI LP.

OpenAI is famous for its well-known DALL·E, a deep-learning model that generates images from text instructions called prompts. The most well-known of their other projects is DALL-E, which is an AI capable of generating artwork from text prompts. They’ve also built a speech recognition system called Whisper, an algorithm called Jukebox that can generate music, and even a team of video game bots that had some success beating human players in the five-on-five MOBA game Dota 2.

The CEO is Sam Altman, who previously was president of Y Combinator.

When Was ChatGPT Released?

OpenAI launched ChatGPT on November 30, 2022, but it’s built on earlier generative pre-training (GPT) models that OpenAI has been working on since 2018. The version released in November 2022 was a prototype intended for training and feedback, which is why OpenAI made it available to the public for free.

There is also a paid version, ChatGPT Pro, that OpenAI released in February 2023. This premium version didn’t replace the free version, which is still available. The Pro version provides access to new features, and it also gives paid users priority over server resources. While free users are still able to use the service, they receive an “at capacity” error message whenever too many people are trying to use ChatGPT. Subscribers get to bypass that message, as their requests are prioritized.

How Does It Impact Me?Artificial Intelligence Chatbot

ChatGPT probably won’t have any direct impact on your daily life right away, but artificial intelligence systems like this will have wide-ranging consequences in the future. You can use it in a lot of different ways right now, though. You can ask it questions, have conversations, ask it to assist you in writing emails and other documents, and even find bugs in computer code.

One way that ChatGPT may already be impacting you is in the ways that other people are using it. For example, a co-worker or acquaintance may have enlisted ChatGPT to write an email that they then sent to you as if they had written it. If you’re a teacher, you will also want to be on the lookout for ChatGPT-penned essays and other assignments.

ChatGPT is also useful as an assistive tool, rather than simply doing work for the user. For example, you can ask it to provide creative prompts or headlines to get started with a story, to simplify a complex topic to help you understand it, or even to write a prompt that you can use with an AI art generator.

Even if you don’t go looking to use ChatGPT yourself, it may end up integrated in other services that you use. For example, Microsoft plans on integrating the technology into its Bing search engine. This would allow the search engine to answer questions in natural language and perform many of the other functions ChatGPT is known for, rather than simply returning web search results.

How Can I Try It- Artificial Intelligence?

You can try out ChatGPT for yourself at ChatGPT’s site, but server access is limited for free accounts. If too many people are trying to use it at once, you’ll see an error message and have the opportunity to provide your email address. If you enter your email address, OpenAI will notify you when server congestion is lower.

You need an account to use ChatGPT, but you won’t see a sign-up option if the servers are congested. In that case, you can sign up by heading directly to ChatGPT’s signup page.

To get started with ChatGPT, you need to create an account or log in using your existing OpenAI account. You can use the same account for all of OpenAI’s services, so if you’ve used DALL-E in the past, you can just use that account. A basic account is free, but the premium ChatGPT Plus account, which lets you use new features early, costs $20 a month.

Once you’ve signed up and logged in, you can use ChatGPT by simply typing any question you’d like an answer for. You can format your question or prompt the same way you would as if you were talking to another person, and it will understand. It remembers your previous questions and its previous answers as well, so you can ask it to rephrase an answer or elaborate and it can do that.

How do I use ChatGPT?

Ah, yes, the most simple answer of all. All you have to do is open in a new tab) in your browser. You’ll be asked to make an account and then, boom, you’re plugged in. The tool is completely free to use, but there are rumors that we might get a more powerful paid version in the future.

What Can I Do With ChatGPT?

ChatGPT can do a lot of different things, and it will even give you a rundown of its various capabilities if you ask. If you’re excited to get started with ChatGPT, but you aren’t quite sure what to do with it, here are some of its most important capabilities:

  • Conversations: ChatGPT is a type of chatbot, because it will engage in conversation as if there were another person on the other end of the connection. You can talk about a wide variety of topics, from current events to philosophy.
  • Answering questions: If you ask a question, ChatGPT will answer it. You can ask about current events, history, science, and a variety of other topics, but the AI will typically refrain from making speculations, particularly about real people.
  • Generating text: You can ask ChatGPT to generate text in a specific style or format, such as writing a poem, essay, or email. You can specify the subject, style, subject matter, and other factors, and it will fill in the rest.
  • Translation: If you enter a section of text in quotation marks, you can ask ChatGPT to translate it to a different language.
  • Simplification: ChatGPT will take a long, complicated passage and condense or simplify it for you.

Despite looking very impressive, ChatGPT still has limitations. Such limitations include the inability to answer questions that are worded in a specific way, as it requires rewording to understand the input question. A bigger limitation is a lack of quality in the responses it delivers — which can sometimes be plausible-sounding but make no practical sense or can be excessively verbose.

Instead of asking for clarification on ambiguous questions, the model just guesses what your question means, which can lead to unintended responses to questions. Already this has led developer question-and-answer site StackOverflow to at least temporarily ban ChatGPT-generated responses to questions.

“The primary problem is that while the answers that ChatGPT produces have a high rate of being incorrect, they typically look like they might be good and the answers are very easy to produce,” says Stack Overflow moderators in a post. Critics argue that these tools are just very good at putting words into an order that makes sense from a statistical point of view, but they cannot understand the meaning or know whether the statements it makes are correct.

Trust, but Verify All ChatGPT Results

While ChatGPT is an incredibly accurate AI chatbot, it is still prone to inaccuracies. Although the rate at which it provides inaccurate information isn’t alarming, it’s important to verify the information that ChatGPT provides before using it.

As a precaution, don’t use the information generated by ChatGPT to make critical health or financial decisions without thorough verification. While ChatGPT is indeed a game-changing AI product, it is still mostly a work in progress.

  • What is a chatbot?

    A chatbot is a computer program that interacts (usually text-based) with basic questions and other text inputs. Very recently chatbots have gotten quite sophisticated and can respond to a much larger number of topics than in the recent past. Chatbots are a form of artificial intelligence, but they have to rely on information they’ve gathered, not new ideas generated by the program.

  • What is artificial intelligence?

    Artificial intelligence (or AI) is software meant to mimic a human mind. While some of what has been created is impressive, it’s not nearly as complex as what humans already have. If you are interested in knowing more, we have an article on The Four Types of Artificial Intelligence as well as Artificial Intelligence vs Machine Learning.

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