The artificial intelligence research team OpenAI has released a beta version of ChatGPT, a chatbot built on the GPT-3.5 language model. Despite still being in the testing phase, ChatGPT has generated interest. Even Google is said to be replaced by ChatGPT. Then, what distinguishes ChatGPT from other chatbots?
Simply put, ChatGPT is a chatbot that allows people to ask questions and utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to respond. It was designed so that users could get both technical and non-jargony responses.
The GPT-3.5 language model is the foundation for ChatGPT, a chatbot that uses deep learning to generate text that mimics a human’s. Like a personal tutor knowledgeable in all subjects, OpenAI’s Chat GPT can respond to a wide range of inquiries naturally. Because of this, it is promoted as a Google substitute.
What characteristics does ChatGPT have?
The following functions are available with ChatGPT:
- answering inquiries and responses
- solving math problems
- writing texts, such as simple academic essays, literary texts, screenplays, etc.
- Debug and fix (For example, detect and correct errors in any code block)
- languages are being translated
- Keyword research and text summarization
- Explicit justifications for every action (for example, explaining what a code block does)
How can we use ChatGPT?
Chat GPT is a free-to-use artificial intelligence-powered chatbot. A step-by-step tutorial for using ChatGPT is provided below:
Start your computer or mobile device and go to https://chat.openai.com.
Click the “Log in” button to access your account if you are an OpenAI subscriber. If you don’t already have an account, click the “Sign up” button to create one.
You can use ChatGPT from the chat window after logging into your account.
What are ChatGPT’s limitations?
According to OpenAI, ChatGPT’s knowledge is restricted to world events that occurred before 2021 and will occasionally produce inaccurate information. There is a chance that it will “on occasion produce harmful instructions or biassed content.”
On Twitter, numerous posts highlight its strengths. Similarly to that, many have also noted its drawbacks. For instance, the chatbot found it difficult when we asked questions about specific nations.
When we inquired about the iPad Pro 2022’s support for Airtel 5G, ChatGPT responded, “I am unable to access the internet, so I am unable to say whether or not the iPad Pro 2020 supports Airtel eSIM. Even if I had access to the internet, my training data only goes through 2021, so I might not have the most recent knowledge on this subject.”