A chatbot based on the GPT-3.5 language model called ChatGPT has been released in beta version by artificial intelligence research group OpenAI. ChatGPT has drawn interest while still being in the testing stage thanks to its potential. ChatGPT is even said to take the place of Google. What characteristics set ChatGPT apart from other chatbots, then?
In simple language, ChatGPT is a chatbot where users can ask questions, and the platform uses artificial intelligence (AI) to provide replies. The company has created it so that users can receive both technical and non-jargony responses.
ChatGPT is a chatbot that employs deep learning to produce text that resembles that of a human and is based on the GPT-3.5 language model. OpenAI's Chat GPT can respond to numerous questions in a natural way, much like a personal tutor, who is well-versed in all subjects. It is presented as an alternative to Google as a result.
What are the features of ChatGPT?
- ChatGPT comes with the following features:
- Responding to Questions and answers
- Solving math equations
- Composing texts, such as basic academic articles, literary texts, movie script, etc.
- Fix and debug (For example, detect and correct errors in any code block)
- Translation between languages
- Text summarization and keyword detection
- Explicit explanations of all actions (for example, explaining what a code block does)
How to use ChatGPT?
A chatbot powered by artificial intelligence called Chat GPT is free to use. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to utilise ChatGPT:
Launch the website https://chat.openai.com on your computer or mobile device.
If you are a member of OpenAI, log in to your account by clicking the "Log in" button. Use the "Sign up" button to create an account if you don't already have one.
From the chat window that appears after logging into your account, you can use ChatGPT.
The key restrictions are that OpenAI claims ChatGPT will occasionally produce inaccurate information and that its knowledge is restricted to global events that occurred before 2021.
The short answer is no since ChatGPT is a chatbot while Google is a search engine.
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