ChatGPT: Comprehensive Guide To The AI-driven Chatbot | PhilNews – PhilNews

CHATGPT – Here’s a comprehensive guide to the AI-driven chatbot known as ChatGPT. Below is the essential information you should know.
ChatGPT is a versatile chatbot powered by artificial intelligence, developed by OpenAI, which generates text in response to user prompts. It uses the GPT-4 language model, a deep learning algorithm that produces human-like text.
ChatGPT was released for public use on November 30, 2022, and its latest version utilizes the GPT-4 model.
There are both free and paid versions of ChatGPT available. The free version requires a sign-in, while the paid version is called ChatGPT Plus.
ChatGPT is widely used by tech companies and search engines for automating text-based tasks and providing quick answers to user queries.
Various companies, including Microsoft, Looking Glass, and Solana, have integrated ChatGPT into their products and services.
GPT in ChatGPT stands for Generative Pre-Trained Transformer.
Compared to Bard, another chatbot from Google, ChatGPT has had a longer lifespan and has been “learning” for a more extended period.
Unlike regular chatbots, ChatGPT is AI-powered and uses LLM (Large Language Model) technology to generate text after receiving a prompt.
ChatGPT can be used for various everyday tasks like programming, writing scripts, email replies, and generating blog ideas, as well as for more advanced purposes like debugging code and solving complex problems.
Regarding data privacy, OpenAI allows users to object to the processing of their personal information and offers a process for requesting the deletion of AI-generated references.
However, ChatGPT has faced controversies related to content generation, misinformation, and defamation. Some institutions have banned it due to concerns about plagiarism and the promotion of false information.
There are tools claiming to detect ChatGPT-generated text, but they may not be entirely reliable. ChatGPT chats are not public, but there was a bug in the past that exposed conversation titles to other users, which has been fixed.
Users who request input from ChatGPT retain the copyright ownership of the content or media created. While there are no specific lawsuits targeting ChatGPT, OpenAI is involved in a lawsuit with broader implications for AI systems trained on publicly available data.
Plagiarism can be an issue with ChatGPT and similar text-generating AI models, as they may reproduce content from their training data. In addition to ChatGPT, check out this list of the top artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots available for free.
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