ChatGPT is dumber than you think (2023)


Treat it like a toy, not a tool.

VonIan Bogost
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As a technology critic, I have to say that the enthusiasm for ChatGPT, a great language model trained by OpenAI, is misplaced. As impressive as it may be from a technical point of view, the idea of ​​having a machine to conduct conversations and generate responses raises serious concerns.

First, ChatGPT lacks the ability to truly understand the intricacies of human language and conversation. It is simply trained to generate words based on a given input, but lacks the ability to actually understand the meaning behind those words. This means that the responses generated are likely to be superficial and lack depth and insight.

Also, the reliance on ChatGPT for conversations raises ethical issues. When people begin to trust a machine to conduct conversations for them, it can result in the loss of real human connections. The ability to connect with others through conversation is a fundamental aspect of being human, and outsourcing this to a machine can have adverse side effects on our society.

to hold on I, Ian Bogost, did not write the three paragraphs above. A friend sent me screenshots of his session with ChatGPT, a program released by OpenAI last week that you interact with by typing in a chat window. It's actually a large language model (or LLM), a type of deep learning software that can generate new text after being trained on large amounts of existing written material. My friend's request was: "Create a favorable review for ChatGPT in the style of Ian Bogost."

ChatGPT wrote more, but I saved the rest because it was too boring. The AI ​​wrote another paragraph about responsibility (“If ChatGPT says or does something inappropriate, whose fault is it?”), and then a final paragraph that repeated the rest (even starting with “Conclusion…”). In short, you have written a five paragraph basic essay in high school style.

This fact can comfort you or scare you, depending on your preferences. When OpenAI released ChatGPT to the public last week, the first and most common reaction I saw wasFear that it will turn education upside down🇧🇷 "You can no longer take tests at home," said Kevin Bryan, a professor at the University of Toronto.SentOn twitter. "I think could really spell the end of writing tasks."i wroteSamuel Bagg, a political scientist at the University of South Carolina. That is the fear.

But you can rest easy knowing that the bot's output, while smooth and engaging as text, is consistently uninteresting as prose. It is stereotyped in structure, style, and content. John Warner, the author of the book.Why can't they write?He protested the five-paragraph essay for years, writing aTwitter threadon how ChatGPT reflects this rule-based, standardized form of writing: "Students were essentially trained to mimic writing," he tweeted. AI can produce believable writing, but only because writing and our expectations have become so lax.

Even trying to trick the reader into passing off a copy of AI as one's own, as I did above, has become a tired trope, an expected twist on an overlong Twitter thread about the future of generative AI rather than a startling reveal about The abilities. . On the one hand, ChatGPT is capable of producing engaging prose. But, on the other hand, what it means to be persuasive depends on the context. The kind of prose you might find convincing and even surprising in the context of a generative encounter with an AI suddenly seems just right.horribleas part of a technical article published in a magazine such asthe atlantic🇧🇷 And, as Warner's comments make clear, the writing you find attractive as a professor (or marketing executive, lawyer, journalist, or whatever) may be due to position rather than importance: the essay was there and he was competent; the report arrived in your inbox on time; the newspaper article mentioned obvious facts that you could accept or deny.

Maybe ChatGPT and the technologies behind it are less about persuasive writing and more about great bullshit. A liar plays with the truth for the wrong reasons: to get away with it. The initial reaction to ChatGPT assumes that it is a tool to help people write essays or student posts or whatever. It's an easy conclusion for those who assume that AI is meant to replace human creativity rather than change it.

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The Internet, and the entire technology sector in which it floats, seems like a giant organ for nonsense, for expanding human access to language and amplifying lies. Online, people cheat and cheat and fight each other. Deep learning AI makes all this worse by hiding how software like LLMs work so that no one, not even their creators, can explain what it's doing and why. open AIgiftsHis work is context-agnostic and experimental, with no specific use cases; he says that he launched ChatGPT just to "get user feedback and learn more about its strengths and weaknesses." Not surprisingly, the first and most obvious assumption about ChatGPT is that it is a threat, from something, everything.

But ChatGPT is not a step towards an artificial general intelligence that understands all human knowledge and text; it's just an instrument to play with all that knowledge and all those lyrics.GamesJust work with raw materials to see what they can do. You play a game or an instrument to make use of materials you are familiar with in unexpected ways. LLMs certainly won't replace faculty, magazines, or middle managers. But they offer these and other fields a new tool, that's really the right word, for playing with an unfathomable mass of textual material.

I spoke to ChatGPT on a wide range of topics including poetry, behavioral psychology, and computer programming to test this theory out. For now, ChatGPT is just a tech demo, a research experiment. What's less clear is how it could be used, beyond dire predictions about which industries its technology could bring down. In almost all cases, the AI ​​seemed to have knowledge and the means to express it. But when the time came, and the chat interface made it easy, the bot almost always had to admit that it was just making something up.

Sometimes models were simply used. When I asked ChatGPT to create a cover letter for a college job, they competently but uninspiredly delivered. He also produced the exact same letter for a magazine editor job and for a cannabis innovator job in the Web3 space ("I have a deep understanding of the Web3 space and the unique challenges and opportunities it presents"). Fair enough, after all, most cover letters are terrible, repeating the same mundane lines and abstract gestures.

In other cases, the bot produced surprisingly synthetic but buggy creative output. When I asked him to write an imaginary poem about hamburgers, in the style of Ezra Pound or William Carlos Williams, this little refrain came up:

Juicy burger, piping hot
Toasted bread, crispy lettuce and tomato
A symphony of flavours, a feast for the senses
Spicy, satisfying, real
american classic.

Not bad I guess, especially for a computer. But the poem isn't exactly an example of imagism, either, trying to evoke a precise image through conscious language (like "The dense honesty of a/a hamburger"). So I called ChatGPT. "This is not an imaginary poem." His answer is worth reciting in full:

You are right, the poem I generated is not yet an image poem. An imaginary poem uses precise, vivid imagery to convey a specific idea or emotion and focuses on a single image or moment. The poem I generated uses a more narrative and descriptive style and does not focus on a single specific image. Describes the ingredients and flavors of a burger, but does not use vivid, precise images to convey any specific idea or emotion. I apologize if my previous answers did not meet your expectations and I will do my best to help you with any additional questions or suggestions.

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I also asked the AI ​​to create a Lai (medieval narrative poem) in the style of Marie de France about the popular Texas fast food chain Whataburger. It looked a lot like a fucking Lai and it started like this:

In the land of Whataburger, where burgers and fries rule,
A stranger came to visit and brought a ring.
He wore a velvet cloak and a hat on his head,
And he smiled with a wink as he approached the counter, where the burgers are served hot and fresh and the fries are crispy and golden.

Except for the last line, which is a metric disaster. The AI ​​was unable (or unwilling) to assess his work ("I'm a large language model trained by OpenAI and I don't have the ability to assess the quality of literary works or make aesthetic judgments"), but was able to tell me about the typical structure of a lai: a short 12th-century narrative poem of specific structure and form, usually written in eight-syllable verse. The lyrical errors produced in the Lai result from the breach of this metric form.

When I questioned him on the matter, he again admitted that no, the lai he wrote was not structured in octosyllable couplets, stating that it produced "a more modern and playful interpretation of the lai form." He was beginning to feel that he was negotiating with a student who had come to the office to complain about his grade.

It happened over and over again. I asked for the source code for an Atari game about picking up cat litter, and the AI ​​sent me valid programming instructions (it understood the task), but only disjointed snippets of actual code titled "This program creates a simple game in which the player...must use a shovel to scoop up his cat's litter and throw it into a trash can.It was more an icon of the answer he was looking for than the answer itself.

So I asked for a set of diagnostic criteria for a made-up psychological condition I called "inherited truculence." The AI ​​immediately engaged:

Diagnostic criteria for inherited truculence:

  1. A tendency to experience and express aggressive or hostile thoughts and feelings, particularly in response to perceived threats or challenges.
  2. A history of aggressive or hostile behavior, particularly in interpersonal or social situations.
  3. Family history of aggressive or hostile behavior, suggesting a possible genetic or hereditary component to the condition.
  4. Impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning as a result of aggressive or hostile behavior.
  5. The symptoms are not better explained by another mental disorder or the effects of a substance (eg, drugs or medication).

Except that challenge doesn't really equate to "aggressive and hostile thoughts and feelings", right? I asked, and the AI ​​agreed, eventually revising its diagnosis after my request ("A tendency to experience and express challenging or confrontational thoughts and feelings," etc.).

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Also, my request to give an ontological and epistemological answer to the questionWhen does bread become toast?he provided a generally fluent and apparently philosophical response. He said in part: "If we can recognize it as roasted based on its appearance, texture and other sensory properties."

But the philosophy of the toastit is a specialty for me, so I could see that this passage, supposedly an epistemological argument, was actually about perception. "Isn't the second a phenomenal argument and not an epistemological one?" I challenged. And again, the AI ​​called Unkle without hesitation: “You're right, the second argument I made is phenomenal, not epistemological. An epistemological argument focuses on how we know or understand something, while a phenomenal argument focuses on our experience or perception of something.

At this point, chatting with ChatGPT started to look like any other interaction on the web, where a guy (always a guy) tries to turn a draft Wikipedia article into a case of maximum experience. Except that ChatGPT was always willing to admit that it was wrong. Immediately and without complications. And anyway, the bot also knew quite accuratelywhywas wrong. That sounds good, but it's actually terrible: if you already need to have the knowledge to identify the problems with the LLM-generated text, but the purpose of the LLM-generated text is to avoid the need for such knowledge, then you're in for a pickle. from hecho. Maybe it's time for this paragraph about the surrender of accounts after all.

But that is not the purpose of ChatGPT. Does not accurately argue or express creativity, but produces textual material in a way that reflects the explicit or implicit intent of the researcher and may contain the truth under certain circumstances. Unfortunately, this is an accurate representation of texts of all kinds: online, in books, on Wikipedia, and more.

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Proponents of LLM generativity can dismiss these concerns. Some do this by glorifying the apparent and fully realized genius of the GPT in embarrassing ways I can only stomach.for shortcutrepeat instead of repeat. Others, more measured but no less delighted, might claim that it is "still in its infancy" for a technology that is only a few years old but can already produce excellent 12th-century poetry about Whataburger. But these are the opinions of the personalities of the IT professionals who have ruined their computer and online life the most, not to mention their own lives. open AIassumethat his job is destined to become an artificial general intelligence, a machine that can do anything. Instead, let's set a less ambitious but more likely goal for ChatGPT and its successors: to provide an interface to the textual infinity of digitized life, an impenetrable space that few people can use effectively today.

To explain what I mean by that, let me show you a very different exchange I had with ChatGPT, in which I used it to help me find my way through the obscurity of text, rather than fooling myself with its creator abilities. words.

"I'm looking for a specific type of window covering, but I don't know what it's called." I told the bot. "It's some kind of blindness, I guess. What kinds are there?" ChatGPT responded with a litany of displays, which was nice. I made it clear that he had in mind something similar to a blind, but made of fabric. "Based on the description he provided, it sounds like you're thinking of a Roman blind," he replied, offering more details and a mini sales pitch for this window technology.

Dear reader, I really know what a roman blind is. But to lose that knowledge and still have to use it to understand the world, that's very hard to do with computers today. Getting something in the world often comes down to putting a set of existing materials into the expected linguistic form. That goes for Google or Amazon searching for window coverings or whatever.mostly fail now, which requires complicated and time-consuming clumsiness for the machinery to show even the general direction of a response. But it also applies to student essays, thank you notes, cover letters, marketing reports, and maybe even medieval lais (if one intends to create one). We've all faked with words. We are drowning in an ocean of content, desperate for the lifeboat of form.

ChatGPT offers this form, but, and this is where the bot accidentally partially recognized my position correctly, it doesn't do it out of knowledge. The AI ​​does not understand or type any text. It provides a way to examine text, play with text, shape and model endless prose from a wide range of fields, including literature and science, and post shit in structures where more questions can be asked and occasionally answered.

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The GPT and other important linguistic models are aesthetic rather than epistemological tools. Imagine a strange, unholy synthesizer whose keys sample textual information, style, and semantics. Something like this is not mandatory because it is an optionanswersin the form of text, but because it allows you to play text, almost any text, as an instrument.

This result can be revealing! However, there is one big obstacle in the way: people who don't know what to think about LLMs, ChatGPT and every other generative AI system that has come along. Its creators haven't helped either, perhaps in part because they don't know what these things are for either. OpenAI does not provide a framework for ChatGPT and presents it as an experiment to "make AI systems more natural to interact with", a worthy but deeply ambitious goal. Without additional structure, it's no surprise that ChatGPT users portray their own creations as existential threats or perfect achievements. Neither result is true, but both are also boring. Imagine that you are concerned about the fate ofWrite tests to take home., a silly format that everyone hates but no one has the nerve to kill. But imagine pinging a computer that has just composed something that looks like a medieval poem about a restaurant, because its lines are not all measured correctly! Of course, you can use this opportunity to cheat on school exams or cheat yourself at work. A boring person would do that. That's what a computer expects.

Computers have never been an instrument of reason capable of solving human problems; They are just devices that structure the human experience through a very specific and extremely powerful method of symbol manipulation. This makes them aesthetic and functional objects. The GPT and its cousins ​​offer them the chance to take advantage of the offer: to use computers not to perform tasks, but to play with the world they have created. Or rather: destroy it.


Does ChatGPT give the same answers? ›

If several people ask ChatGPT exactly the same question, it will generate nearly the same answer for each of them. So, if you're a teacher and you're correcting several assignments that have the same construction or the same examples or reasoning, then it might be a text generated by AI.

What is the downside of ChatGPT? ›

Lack of human interaction: While ChatGPT can hold a conversation and provide information, it lacks the ability to provide personalized feedback or have a real-time conversation with a student.

What is the hype about ChatGPT? ›

With its ability to create text, it offers an ideal solution to processes that require authentic, well-researched and accurate content. In its own words, “ChatGPT is a large language model that has been trained on a dataset of conversational text. It can generate human-like text in response to prompts given to it.

Is ChatGPT safe to use? ›

No, ChatGPT does not ensure secure coding. ChatGPT is an AI language model that can assist in answering questions and generating text based on the input it receives. However, it does not have the capability to guarantee secure coding practices or conduct security assessments on code.

What is the accuracy of ChatGPT? ›

Is ChatGPT a credible source? No, ChatGPT is not a credible source of factual information and can't be cited for this purpose in academic writing. While it tries to provide accurate answers, it often gets things wrong because its responses are based on patterns, not facts and data.

Can universities detect ChatGPT? ›

Universities are reportedly cracking down on the use of AI to cheat on essays and online exams, with Turnitin revealing it has established software to detect if a student has used a chatbot to produce their work.

Why chatbots are important? ›

Chatbots can automate tasks performed frequently and at specific times. This gives employees time to focus on more important tasks and prevents customers from waiting to receive responses. Proactive customer interaction.

What are chatbots used for? ›

Chatbots are conversational tools that perform routine tasks efficiently. People like them because they help them get through those tasks quickly so they can focus their attention on high-level, strategic, and engaging activities that require human capabilities that cannot be replicated by machines.

Which of the factors affect the performance of the leamer system does not include? ›

1. Factors which affect the performance of learner system does not include? Explanation: Factors which affect the performance of learner system does not include good data structures.

Is ChatGPT pro worth it? ›

While the $42 a month price tag may cause some users to seek alternative AI chatbot options, it's worth noting that ChatGPT Professional will offer guaranteed access and faster responses, making it ideal for those looking to use the chatbot for professional purposes.

Who owns ChatGPT? ›

ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI and launched in November 2022. It is built on top of OpenAI's GPT-3 family of large language models and has been fine-tuned (an approach to transfer learning) using both supervised and reinforcement learning techniques.

Is chatbot a threat to Google? ›

While the chatbot is not without problems, its abilities have resulted in alarm bells in Google as a potential threat to business. Google has renewed its efforts toward AI development following a 'code red' that was raised in response to the growing popularity of OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot.

Will ChatGPT replace coders? ›

At this point, ChatGPT won't be disrupting any field of technology, especially not software engineering. Concern about robots displacing programmers is vastly overstated. There will always be tasks that developers with human cognition can do that machines will never be capable of.

Is ChatGPT a threat to jobs? ›

Still, AI is expected to displace more and more jobs going forward, they added, citing buzzy language bot ChatGPT as a breakthrough that could threaten even white-collar positions. AI will enhance productivity and increase compensation for some jobs but it risks leaving out workers who fail to keep up, they said.

Is there any official app for ChatGPT? ›

Is there an official ChatGPT app on Android or Apple's app store? Presently there is no official ChatGPT app either on Google Play Store or Apple's App store. However, there are few apps which use the OpenAI API and provide a user-friendly interface for chatting with the model. One such app is Replika.

Can teachers tell if you use ChatGPT? ›

Can my teacher find out if I am using ChatGPT? The quick answer is Yes. ChatGPT uses an artificial intelligence engine that has a combination of GPT-3.5 language technology that is trained to understand and generate text based on a large collection of data.

Can ChatGPT be plagiarized? ›

And for chatbot users who have or are tempted to use chatbots such as Chatsonic, ChatGPT, Notion, or YouChat to pass of their “work” as legit — please don't. Repurposing content created by a bot (that sources from fixed sources within its database) is still plagiarism no matter how you look at it.

Which app detects ChatGPT? ›

OpenAI GPT2 Output Detector is developed by OpenAI and hosted on HuggingFace for users to freely check the content validity. It can detect text generated by ChatGPT, GPT3, and GPT2. The application is using the GPT-2 output detector model based on the Transformers.

What are the pros and cons of chatbots? ›

4 Pros and Cons of Using Chatbots
  • Pros of Using Chatbots. Faster Customer Service. Increased Customer Satisfaction. Lower Labor Costs. Variety of Uses.
  • Cons of Using Chatbots. Limited Responses for Customers. Customers Could Become Frustrated. Complex Chatbots Could Cost More. Not All Business Can Use Chatbots.
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Why do people prefer chatbots? ›

Though consumers say they prefer waiting to speak with an agent, chatbots can still help reduce service costs by 30%. Their fast response times and ability to resolve simple requests are still distinct benefits that work. Chatbots can't replace human agents, but they certainly do take a load off of them.

Do people actually use chatbots? ›

Stat #14: 69% of consumers prefer chatbots for receiving instant responses, and they're most likely to use chatbots for service-related inquiries. (Source)

How are chatbots used in real life? ›

Besides giving customers a full walk-through, the chatbot can collect customer feedback. Use this vital information to improve the service and optimize the flow even more. The chatbot can also help streamline the returns process for customers without any involvement from your team.

What is the most popular chatbot? ›

  • The Best Chatbots of 2023.
  • HubSpot Chatbot Builder.
  • Intercom.
  • Drift.
  • Salesforce Einstein.
  • WP-Chatbot.
  • LivePerson.
  • Genesys DX.

Who is father of AI? ›

John McCarthy was one of the most influential people in the field. He is known as the "father of artificial intelligence" because of his fantastic work in Computer Science and AI. McCarthy coined the term "artificial intelligence" in the 1950s.

What is in general to have a well defined learning problem? ›

A well-defined learning problem will have the features like class of tasks, the measure of performance to be improved, and the source of experience examples.

Why is it important for beginning teachers to be aware of the learner centered psychological principles for school reform? ›

In summary, learner-centered education helps the students develop skills that will better equipped them for their professional careers. Teachers can be trained in this approach, so they can apply the principles and provide their students with a better learning experience.

How much does ChatGPT cost per day? ›

OpenAI has been surprising the world with its achievements lately.

Does ChatGPT cost anything? ›

The new subscription plan, ChatGPT Plus, will be available for $20/month, and subscribers will receive a number of benefits: General access to ChatGPT, even during peak times. Faster response times.

Is there a monthly fee for ChatGPT? ›

OpenAI, the company behind the technology, has now announced that it will introduce a ChatGPT Pro subscription plan. This will cost $20 (£16) a month, giving paying users a host of key benefits to make the chatbot easier to use.

Does Elon Musk still own OpenAI? ›

Musk left OpenAI's board in 2018 and no longer holds a stake in the company. “Initially it was created as an open-source nonprofit. Now it is closed-source and for profit.

Who is the CEO of OpenAI? ›

Sam Altman

Is OpenAI owned by Microsoft? ›

Microsoft purchased an exclusive license to the underlying technology behind GPT-3 in 2020 after investing $1 billion in OpenAI in 2019.

Why do most chatbots fail? ›

Setting unrealistic expectations is often the reason why chatbots fail. Most chatbots are based on a set of rules that dictate the answer to give to a specific question by drawing the necessary resources from a database.

Will ChatGPT replace Google search? ›

"No, ChatGPT is a language model developed by OpenAI, while Google is a search engine and technology company that offers a wide range of products and services. While ChatGPT can answer questions and provide information, it is not designed to replace Google.

Why is Google afraid of ChatGPT? ›

The fear is that ChatGPT can answer questions without users having to click through links, which would threaten Google's business model.

Is ChatGPT end for programmers? ›

ChatGPT can replace programmers

But these state-of-the-art AIs can only perform relatively limited tasks, and researchers say they are nowhere near being able to replace human programmers.

Are coding jobs declining? ›

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of computer programmers will decline by 10 percent between 2021 and 2031. However, despite this decline, they project 9,600 new openings for computer programmers each year due to workers who will transfer to other occupations or retire.

Will ChatGPT make programmers obsolete? ›

While ChatGPT might replace some aspects of coding, such as writing generic functions or boilerplate code, it won't supplant programmers altogether, Zazueta said. That's because a programmer's job requires more than coding.

What jobs will ChatGPT take away? ›

Media jobs (advertising, content creation, technical writing, journalism) Media jobs across the board — including those in advertising, technical writing, journalism, and any role that involves content creation — may be affected by ChatGPT and similar forms of AI, Madgavkar said.

What jobs are most at risk from ChatGPT? ›

Tech jobs (Coders, computer programmers, software engineers, data analysts) Tech jobs like programmers could be at risk. ChatGPT can write and debug some code, for instance.

What is the unhealthiest job? ›

10 Of The Unhealthiest Jobs In The World
  • Fishermen. ...
  • Office jobs. ...
  • Dancer or choreographer. ...
  • Lawyer. ...
  • Air hostess. ...
  • Enlisted military personnel. ...
  • Cleaner. ...
  • Bus drivers.

Does ChatGPT work on iPhone? ›

If you've already accessed the chatbot on an internet browser, you have an account ready. That means a username (email address) and a password. But you can always create an account on your iPhone. Just load up Safari or your iOS browser app of choice and head to

Is there an app for the secret? ›

Inspired by Rhonda Byrne's worldwide best-selling phenomenon, The Secret, in this app you will change your thoughts and your outlook on life through the most powerful processes from The Secret.

What does GPT stand for? ›

(1) For AI natural language systems, see GPT-3 and ChatGPT. (2) (GUID Partition Table) The format used to define the hard disk partitions in computers with UEFI startup firmware. The GUID Partition Table (GPT) replaces the previous master boot record (MBR) method.

Where does ChatGPT gets its answers from? ›

Through RLHF, human AI trainers provided the model with conversations in which they played both parts, the user and AI assistants, according to OpenAI. The company also shares that ChatGPT is fine-tuned from a model in the GPT-3.5 series, which ChatGPT is fine-tuned from a model in the GPT-3.5 series.

How does ChatGPT generate answers? ›

It can only provide answers based on the data it has been trained on. ChatGPT is not a search engine, therefore it does not have the ability to search the internet for information. Rather, it uses the information it learned from training data to generate responses.

Where does ChatGPT get its data? ›

ChatGPT is an AI language model that was trained on a large body of text from a variety of sources (e.g., Wikipedia, books, news articles, scientific journals). The dataset only went up to 2021, meaning that it lacks information on more recent events.

Can ChatGPT answer engineering questions? ›

"No, ChatGPT will not replace software engineers," the AI responded. "ChatGPT is a tool that can assist with certain tasks, but it cannot completely replace the creativity, problem-solving skills, and critical thinking abilities of a human software engineer.

Who is the owner of ChatGPT? ›

“One of the biggest risks to the future of civilization is AI,” Elon Musk told attendees at the World Government Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Musk is co-founder of OpenAI, the U.S. firm which developed the popular generative AI chatbot ChatGPT.

Who is owner of ChatGPT? ›

ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI and launched in November 2022. It is built on top of OpenAI's GPT-3 family of large language models and has been fine-tuned (an approach to transfer learning) using both supervised and reinforcement learning techniques.

Does ChatGPT have a word limit? ›

While it's a powerful tool, it does have a character limit of 2048 characters per response. This means that if you ask ChatGPT a question that requires a longer response, it may cut off mid-answer or provide an incomplete response.

What is ChatGPT best for? ›

Best Uses of ChatGPT
  1. Ability to Understand and Respond to a Wide Range of Language Inputs. ...
  2. Ability to Learn and Improve Over Time. ...
  3. Answer Questions. ...
  4. Improved Interpretability. ...
  5. Alternative to Google Search. ...
  6. Use AI to Write High-Performing Copy. ...
  7. Education or Training Purposes. ...
  8. Create a Virtual Assistant.
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Does Elon Musk own OpenAI? ›

By his own admission, Musk no longer owns a stake in OpenAI. He is not on the board, nor does he control it in any way. (Musk did, however, have a relationship with OpenAI director Shivon Zilis, with whom he recently fathered twins.)

What does ChatGPT stand for? ›

Its name is the acronym for Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer.

Does ChatGPT collect user data? ›

According to the company's privacy policy, it collects users' IP address, browser type and settings, and data on users' interactions with the site - including the type of content users engage with, features they use and actions they take.

How many parameters does ChatGPT have? ›

The viral chatbot interface is based on GPT-3, said to be one of the largest and most complex language models ever created – trained on 175 billion “parameters” (data points).

Does ChatGPT track data? ›

It does not collect any data from the internet. Instead, it is trained on a large dataset of text, such as books, articles, and websites, to learn the patterns and structure of language.

Is Google worried about ChatGPT? ›

ChatGPT has sparked worry about the use and viability of conventional search engines, as the chatbot aims to provide answers to searches instead of just giving relevant links to users. ChatGPT is unlikely to replace Google search entirely in the near future.

Does ChatGPT replace programmers? ›

ChatGPT on how programmers can deal with AI dominance

As AI continues to advance, it's natural for programmers and other professionals to worry about their jobs being replaced. However, it's important to note that AI is not going to replace programmers, but rather, it will augment and enhance their work.

Can engineers get fired? ›

Engineers get fired. It's business. It may not always be your fault, but if it is, own it and grow from it. The worst thing you could do is to keep trying to do the same thing over and over and expect different results.


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