Thursday, July 25, 2024

What is ChatGPT by OpenAI? Next BIG Stage of AI Evolution!

Over the past couple of years, AI has gained incredible momentum and is transforming the way businesses across industries operate. It is very clear that AI has been making some serious waves and now this new ChatGPT is all over the internet!

Let me explain to you in simple terms what exactly is this ChatGPT. ChatGPT is the latest AI model by OpenAI that is based on GPT-3.5. 

When you chat with ChatGPT, you will feel like you are speaking to a real human, and there is no way one would differentiate if the conversation happened between 2 humans or between a human and ChatGPT.

On Thursday i.e 30th November, 2022 OpenAI tweeted on its official Twitter account saying that they have launched the all-new ChatGPT which is a very new AI system that is basically optimized for dialogue.

Below is the tweet made by OpenAI:

You can ask anything with ChatGPT, and it will return you with the right answers in seconds, except that there are a few limitations of ChatGPT that we will discuss shortly in this article.

Would you be surprised if I said ChatGPT can even solve a code that isn’t working? You better be surprised because ChatGPT can just do that. We shall look into some examples of this further down in the article. (Some crazy results)

How Chatbots Have Evolved Over Time?

Chatbots have come a long way since their inception decades ago. 

What started out as simple text-based programs that could answer simple questions has grown into complex artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) software that can understand people and interact with them in ways that are similar to how humans do. 

Intelligent chatbots of today can tell how a person feels and respond to complex requests. They can also understand the context of a conversation, figure out what a customer’s problem is, and provide personalized services. 

This evolution of chatbot technology is allowing companies to use them for a variety of tasks, from providing customer service and marketing automation to helping automate operations.

And not just that, using GPT-3 models, one can write a complete high-quality blog article in just a few minutes. Generating quality blog posts has never been simple before. All thanks to OpenAI.

People are becoming more interested in AI content platforms such as Jasper AI which uses GPT-3 as of now to generate high-quality blog articles that look exactly like what a human writer would write.

Don’t you believe me? Check it out for yourself with the free trial offered by Jasper AI!

Keep reading this article, as we will discuss everything you need to know about ChatGPT.

What is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is a revolutionary artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot that can interact with people in natural language. 

ChatGPT makes use of the InstructGPT models and is trained under Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback (RLHF). OpenAI has also done a lot of development work with respect to reward models for reinforcement learning of ChatGPT.

ChatGBT was designed to provide an AI assistant able to converse in versatile ways, from basic knowledge gathering and Q&A sessions to more complex dialogue such as creative writing, solving code issues, joke telling and lots more.

ChatGPT provides a unique interactive experience both for its users and its developers as it will help them understand the underlying complexities of natural language processing better than ever before. 

Even though ChatGPT was officially released to the public on November 30, 2022, the ChatGPT model was fine-tuned during the early days of 2022.

Even tech-savvy Elon Musk was so impressed by the debut of ChatGPT that he couldn’t help but share his excitement with the world via Twitter.

Take a look at what the great Elon Musk tweeted about ChatGPT on December 2nd, 2022:

Elon is correct; ChatGPT is insane, and there is no denying it! Notably, Elon Musk also cofounded OpenAI but left the board in 2019.

Check out the below Twitter thread by Mr. Sam Altman (CEO of OpenAI) and what he has to say about this new AI model by OpenAI.

Recent Update:

OpenAI’s ChatGPT, the revolutionary AI-powered chatbot, has quickly gained an immense following in its very first week of global release. On Dec 5th, 2022 Sam Altman tweeted saying ChatGPT has reached more than a Million users worldwide!

With over a million users eager to try the intuitive technology, CEO Sam Altman told the public that monetizing options are likely to be considered in order to help maintain and build upon the success of the project.

While resources to develop and maintain both ChatGPT and OpenAI as a whole remain scarce, Altman remains hopeful that with continuous experimentation, they can find suitable opportunities to generate profits while still allowing users free access to ChatGPT.

How to Chat with ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is allowed to test for all the general public out there, and there aren’t any restrictions on testing and chatting with ChatGPT.

Note: Last time I checked, I wasn’t able to log in to ChatGPT as OpenAI has been overwhelmed with traffic since the launch of ChatGBT and their servers are at maximum capacity.

So you may have to wait before you can test out ChatGPT.  Or you can click on the get “notified” option to get notified when OpenAI’s system settles down.

What Makes ChatGPT So Exciting?

It has always been fascinating to observe what AI and AI models can bring to the table in terms of technological advancement. Let’s find out what makes ChatGPT insane! 

Remembers the Conversation

Oh yes, I loved this. ChatGPT did an excellent job with this. 

ChatGPT stands out, offering an exciting and unique experience thanks to its cutting-edge memory capabilities. 

It can remember what’s been said earlier in the conversation and reference it whenever needed – now, that’s something you won’t find with many other natural language solutions! 

Other products are still working on getting this feature right as they move along on a query-by-query basis. ChatGPT, however, offers a powerful memory mechanism – no doubt about it! Period!

No controversial Answers (Filters Used!)

ChatGPT has changed the way people use chatbots by adding new filters that stop people from promoting illegal or immoral activities. 

This groundbreaking feature is in sharp contrast to earlier chatbot models based on LLMs (Large Language Models) which didn’t have any control over the kind of content being generated, even if it was highly divisive. 

This frequently resulted in avowed responses that sparked much debate and made headlines, causing quite a stir in the tech world!

Users Can Correct ChatGPT

ChatGPT is incredibly exciting! Not only do users get to interact with the bot, but they are also able to provide feedback and corrections. 

This creates a dynamic learning cycle that allows the OpenAI AI system to become smarter and more efficient in its answers. 

The bot has an open-source preview, which makes it easy for scientists to continue refining its understanding of conversation threads for better response accuracy. 

With this powerful tool, users can now feel like they are part of the process of creating a new wave of AI innovation!

Conversational Way of Interaction

ChatGPT is revolutionizing the way we interact with Artificial Intelligence. With its Conversational Way of Interaction, you can have conversations that feel lifelike and incredibly natural – even though you’re talking to an AI bot! 

It’s a fantastic new way to gain access to the latest information, ask questions, and get responses without needing any technical skills. 

You don’t need to be an expert on tech anymore because ChatGPT makes conversing with an AI easy and incredibly fun. 

What’s more, you’ll never feel like you’re talking to a robot! Try it out now for yourself and see how conversing with technology could become your favorite thing.

Don’t blame us if you get addicted! We are not responsible 😀

Rejects to Answer!

ChatGPT is making headlines as the first AI-powered robot to refuse to give controversial opinions! This makes it one of a kind, as most robots could easily give opinionated responses. 

ChatGPT has been trained to provide boilerplate answers when asked questions on personal opinions, matters of race and religion, or even its own purpose in existence – talk about having a moral compass! 

It’s certainly an exciting development for those who have previously experienced robots ‘going rogue’, so hats off to ChatGPT for their progressive achievements!

Limitations of the ChatGPT Model

Incorrect Answers (Sometimes)

ChatGPT is giving us all a run for our money. Despite producing factual answers and engaging topics of conversation, ChatGPT can also come up with some rather off-the-wall – albeit plausible-sounding – responses. 

From bland yet incorrect statements to conjuring up completely nonsensical ideas, ChatGPT is surprisingly adept at constructing sentences that actually make sense but still don’t add up to the right answer! 

Struggle With Intent!

The ChatGPT model has made some major advancements in natural language processing, but it still has its weak spots. 

One of its biggest issues is with user intent; the model often assumes what a user is asking without properly clarifying it first. This leaves users out of the loop and unable to communicate accurately as the chatbot attempts to provide an answer. 

Despite this, many find mixed results when using ChatGPT since it can capture more than one “layer” of intentions that allow for different interpretations – although at the expense of a higher probability of misinterpreting the user’s request. 

With more work, ChatGPT could be a very useful tool for parsing questions and figuring out what they are really trying to say.

Sensitive With Different Phrases

Sometimes ChatGPT won’t provide you with answers if you ask questions that are sensitive in nature. But if the same question is rephrased in a different sentence, ChatGBT can sometimes come up with an answer.

ChatGPT is very sensitive to even small changes in the way prompts are written. It is remarkable that a model can understand two distinct meanings with such minor wording modifications so marginal. This indicates the power of natural language processing. 

Cannot Answer on Events that Took Place After 2021

Unfortunately, ChatGPT only has information about events that happened before 2021. That means if you’re looking for information about anything that’s been happening after 2021, you may be out of luck as ChatGPT won’t be able to give you an answer.

Fails to Answer Certain Individual Personalities

Although ChatGPT succeeds in answering accurately when it comes to asking questions about popular celebrities, it falls short when asked questions about not-so-famous personalities.

This is because the algorithm fails to recognize information that’s not widely available online.

We have asked questions about who is Snoop Dogg and who is Quando Rondo to ChatGPT. Below is how it responded:

As you can see, ChatGPT answered about Snoop Dogg perfectly but failed to give any answer about Quando Rondo and had no idea who he was as he is not a well-known celebrity! (Quando is quite popular, tbh)

Whether The Content Produced By Chatgbt Is Plagiarism Free? 

I asked this question to ChatGPT, and below is what ChatGPT had to say about it:

No, the content produced by ChatGPT is not plagiarism free. While the algorithm powering ChatGPT is designed to generate original content, it is not foolproof and can produce content that may contain portions of text from other sources. 

Therefore, it is important to manually review the content to make sure it is properly attributed and not plagiarized. 

Does ChatGPT Produce High-Quality Content? 

This question was also asked to chatGPT and below is what it said:

ChatGPT can produce high quality content depending on the quality of the data it is trained on. If the data is of high quality, then the content produced by ChatGPT can be of a high quality as well. 

Additionally, since the generated content is not 100% unique, it is important to manually review the content to make sure it is of the highest quality.

Is ChatGPT Safe to Use? 

The AI was also questioned on the topic of security; its response is provided below.

Yes, ChatGPT is safe to use. The algorithm powering ChatGPT is designed to generate original content and does not contain any malicious code. 

However, as with any online tool, caution should be taken when using ChatGPT to ensure that the content produced is properly attributed and not plagiarized. 

What Questions ChatGPT Cannot Answer?

Just like any other AI bots even chatGPT cannot answer a few questions but we asked this question directly to ChatGPT and here is how it responded:

As a large language model trained by OpenAI, I am designed to assist users in answering a wide range of questions to the best of my ability. However, there are certain types of questions that I am not able to answer.

For example, I am not able to provide personal information about individuals, such as their feelings or emotions. I also do not have the ability to browse the internet or access information that has been published after my training data’s cutoff date of 2021.

Additionally, I am not able to provide medical or legal advice, or make predictions about the future. If you have any specific questions, feel free to ask and I’ll do my best to assist you.

Can ChatGPT Replace Google?

Naah, it ain’t that smart you know. But it’s fair to say that it sure has scared Google (no doubt about that) because ChatGPT has been very successful in giving answers better than Google for some of the queries. There are a lot of things that Google can do but ChatGBT cannot which we have already discussed on the limitations part of ChatGPT.

Let’s see what the recent AI hero has to say about this question. So we asked ChatGPT whether it can replace Google and here we go:

“No, ChatGPT is not intended to replace Google or any other search engine. ChatGPT is a text-based conversational AI model, while Google is a search engine. ChatGPT is not capable of performing the same functions as Google, such as providing search results for queries or organizing the world’s information. Its primary purpose is to generate human-like responses to text inputs in a conversational context.”

Google is a powerhouse in the AI world, consistently investing millions of dollars into its AI research. They’re developing their own AI models and language resources as technology continues to advance, further raising the stakes.

ChatGPT may be an incredibly powerful AI chatbot but it would take some serious effort for them to replace Google’s search results, especially when you look at how much Google has worked on researching and refining its models and language capabilities!

Still, who knows what the future holds; either way it’s incredible to see the leaps and bounds that technology has taken in recent years.

How Does ChatGPT Differ From Jasper?

There is quite a few difference between ChatGPT and Jasper AI but both work incredibly well and serves the respective purposes that they are trained with! In this article, I have clearly explained the differences. So make you read it!

When is GPT-4 Coming Out?

Now, this isn’t even GPT-4 as everyone is so excited about the release of GPT-4. It feels like the sky is the limit when it comes to GPT-4, and I can’t even imagine what GPT-4 can be capable of when ChatGPT has just blown our minds.

Time flies when you look back at the incredible progress that’s been made in the world of natural language processing over the last two and a half years since GPT-3 first came out.

You can expect GPT-4 to be released in the year 2023, according to the analysis made by many industry experts!

ChatGPT Examples!!

Check out some of the below example conversations that people had with ChatGPT and how it responded to their queries:

Example 1:

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Example 2:

Example 3:

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Lol. That’s a crazy hilarious horror story about mayonnaise. Jesus!

Example 4:

Example 5: I loved this one!

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Example 6: 

Example 7: 

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Example 8: 

Here is another incredible code assistant by ChatGBT.

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Link to the Reddit thread if you want to read the comments by others on this!

Another Reddit thread in which someone asked what ChatGPT thinks about AI art and whether artists should be afraid of AI art, and the conversation between human and ChatGPT was fascinating to read!

Here’s a tweet from Josh comparing the results of Google and ChatGPT and suggesting that Google may be in trouble due to the quality produced by ChatGPT!

And if you want to create incredible art, try out Jasper AI Art which can create some mind-blowing art in seconds.

Here is what the CEO of Japser AI Dave Rogenmoser tweeted about GPT-4:

By looking at the above examples shared by people, one can say that AI is really getting there. And knowing that GPT-3.5 based chatGBT is already here, I think it’s safe to say that GPT-4 is just around the corner!


Everyday applications of this technology will prove invaluable as we move towards smarter interfaces and more accurate comprehension algorithms.

With ChatGPT, AI has a chance to truly bring a new level of conversational intelligence into our lives.

It’s remarkable how far this technology has come in such a short time, and it will be interesting to see what else researchers can come up with in the years ahead.

Now I start to wonder whether GPT-4 would be any special because ChatGPT has already blown up the AI content industry. I can’t wait for GPT-4 though!!

FAQs Questions

What is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is the new and latest AI model developed by OpenAI that has the unique ability to remember what was previously discussed and continue the conversation with follow-up questions.

ChatGPT Is Developed With Which Model?

OpenAI says ChatGPT is based on the InstructGPT model that basically follows the instructions and gives the relevant answers.

Is ChatGPT The Safe AI Model?

Yes, we can say that ChatGPT is finally a safe AI model that doesn’t give answers to controversial questions.

Does Chat GPT Plagiarize?

Yes, as mentioned earlier in the article ChatGPT can give you plagiarised content. You can try this by asking the same question to ChatGPT and you will see that it will come up with the same answer all over again. So yes, plagiarism can be found on ChatGPT and is not plagiarism free!!

Is ChatGPT Free Or Do You Have To Pay For It?

As of now, ChatGPT will be free for all users as the initial research process is still going on and after that, you may have to in order to access ChatGPT.

How Much Knowledge Does ChatGPT Model Has?

ChatGPT AI model has read a vast amount of internet data, but as of now ChatGBT has limited knowledge on the events that has occurred after 2021.

Can ChatGPT Create Biased Content?

ChatGPT has the ability to generate content based on certain criteria given by a user. While this technology has uses in various areas, it is important to consider the possibility that ChatGPT can give out incorrect information and bias could be found within the generated content. 

Is ChatGPT Safe To Use?

So far, ChatGPT looks safe and is an incredible AI Model that can help you in many different ways!

Is it ChatGBT or ChatGPT?

Don’t get confused fellas! It is ChatGPT and not ChatGBT!!

What does GPT stand in ChatGPT?

In ChatGPT, GPT stands for Generative Pre-trained Transformer

How many GPT models are released by OpenAI to date?

GPT-1, GPT-2, GPT-3, GPT-3.5 (recent) are the 4 GPT models released by OpenAI so far and in 2023 you will probably see GPT-4 being launched!

When was GPT-1, GPT-2 and GPT-3 got released?

GPT-1 was released in the year 2018 followed by GPT-2 that got released in 2019 and the most advanced one i.e GPT-3 was released 2 years back in 2020!

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