What is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is an AI-powered natural language processing tool that lets you have human-like conversations and more with a chatbot. The language model can answer questions, help you with tasks like writing emails, essays, and code. Usage is currently open to the public for free as ChatGPT is in its research and feedback gathering phase.
Who created ChatGPT?
ChatGPT was created by OpenAI, an AI and research company. The company launched ChatGPT on November 30, 2022. If the company’s name sounds familiar, that’s because OpenAI is also responsible for creating DALLE-2, a popular AI art generator, and Whisper, a automatic speech recognition system.
What is the importance of ChatGPT?
It certainly caused a stir. “ChatGPT is scary. We’re not far from dangerously powerful AI,” said Elon Musk, who was a founder of OpenAI before he left. Sam Altman, Head of OpenAI, said on Twitter that, since its launch last Wednesday, ChatGPT has more than one million users. Altman told Musk that the average cost of each answer was in “single-digit pennies,” but admitted he’ll eventually have to monetize it due to its “appetizing” computational costs.
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Altman also noted in a tweet the buzz around ChatGPT: “interesting to me how many ChatGPT sockets are either” it’s [artificial general intellingence] AGI” (obviously not close, lol) or “this approach can’t really go any further. trust the exponential. flat backwards, vertical forwards,” he said.
How to access ChatGPT?
You can access ChatGPT simply by visiting chat.openai.com and creating an Open AI account. Once logged in, you can start chatting with ChatGPT. A good way to start your conversation is to ask a question. Because ChatGPT is still in the research stage, it’s free to use and you can ask as many questions as you want.
How do people use it?
The template has many functions besides answering simple questions, such as writing essays, describing art in detail, creating AI art prompts, holding philosophical conversations, and can even code for you. My favorite is to ask the chatbot for help finding creative holiday gift ideas for specific family members. The possibilities are endless and people have taken it upon themselves to exhaust the options.
How it works?
Open AI trained the language model using reinforcement learning from human feedback (RLHF), according to Open AI. The human AI trainers provided the model with conversations in which they played both roles, the user and the AI assistants.
What is the difference between ChatGPT and a search engine?
ChatGPT is a language model created for the purpose of holding a conversation with the end user. Meanwhile, a search engine indexes web pages on the Internet to help the user find the information they requested. ChatGPT does not have the ability to search the internet for information and instead uses the information it has learned from the training data to generate a response, leaving room for error.
What are the limitations of ChatGPT?
Despite its very impressive appearance, ChatGPT still has limitations. These limitations include the inability to answer questions that are worded in a specific way, requiring rephrasing to understand the entry question. A bigger limitation is a lack of quality in the answers it provides – which can sometimes seem plausible but either don’t make practical sense or can be overly wordy. Finally, instead of asking for clarification on ambiguous questions, the model just guesses what your question means, which can lead to unintended answers to questions. This has already led developer Q&A site StackOverflow to at least temporarily ban responses to ChatGPT-generated questions.
“The main problem is that even though the responses produced by ChatGPT have a high rate of errors, they are generally look like they or they strength be good and the answers are very easy to produce,” Stack Overflow moderators say in a post. Critics say these tools are just fine at putting words into an order that makes sense statistically, but they can’t understand the meaning or know if the statements it marks are correct.
What are people worried about?
People are expressing concerns that AI chatbots are replacing or atrophying human intelligence. For example, the chatbot can write an article on any topic efficiently in seconds, potentially eliminating the need for a human writer. The chatbot can also write a complete essay in seconds, making it easier for students to cheat or avoid learning how to write correctly.
Another concern with the AI chatbot is the possible spread of misinformation. Since the bot is not connected to the internet, it can make mistakes in the information it shares. The bot itself says, “My answers are not meant to be taken as fact, and I always encourage people to verify any information they receive from me or any other source.” Open AI itself also notes that ChatGPT sometimes writes “plausible but incorrect or nonsensical answers”.
Is ChatGPT a good or a bad thing?
ChatGPT is a highly advanced chatbot that has the potential to make people’s lives easier and help them with daily tedious tasks like writing an email or browsing the web for answers. However, some technical details must be understood before widespread use is in place to avoid negative results, such as the spread of false information. In general, AI and ML models rely on a lot of training and tweaking to achieve an ideal level of performance.
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Does this mean the AI is taking over the world? Not yet, perhaps, but Open AI’s Altman certainly thinks human-like intelligence in AI isn’t that far off. Responding to Musk’s comment about dangerously strong AI, Altman tweeted: “I agree with being close to dangerously strong AI in the sense of AI that poses for example a huge cybersecurity risk. And I think we could get to a real AGI in the next decade, so we have to take that risk very seriously too.”
He also noted, “It’s interesting to watch people start debating whether powerful AI systems should behave the way users want them or the way their creators want them to. The question of what values we align these systems will be one of the most important debates society has ever had.”
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