ChatGPT is a large language model trained by OpenAI. Its primary function is to assist with generating text(answers) based on the input(question) it receives. It does this by using natural language processing techniques to analyze the input and generate responses that are relevant and coherent.
“I am not a physical entity, but rather a computer program designed to help with tasks involving the generation of text,” it replies when asked, who are you?
A large language model is a type of artificial intelligence system that has been trained on a massive amount of text data. The model learns the complexities and nuances of natural language and generates text that is both relevant and reasonable. Large language models can be used for a variety of tasks, such as machine translation, summarization, and question-answering.
In the case of ChatGPT, It is specifically designed to assist with generating text in response to user input. Allowing it to provide relevant and helpful information on a wide range of topics in a conversational way.
The OpenAI chatbot does not have access to the internet or any other external sources of information. It can so far only provide information based on the text data used to train it. In as much as it can generate text on a wide range of topics, it is not able to provide up-to-date information on all topics.
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It can provide information on a wide range of topics, allowing people to get answers to their questions quickly and easily.
It can help people understand longer pieces of text by summarizing the main points and key ideas.
It can help people generate reports and other written documents. It can currently generate financial, technical, market research, scientific, and environmental reports.
The chatbot can assist with translating text from one language to another, making it easier for people to communicate with others who speak different languages. However, we are unable to tell how many languages it can translate to.
It can help people with their writing by suggesting words and phrases and providing assistance with grammar and punctuation. We have also seen others share it helping them write letters, essays, and more.
Overall, the conversational AI chatbot is still in its early days of development and will need some more training. It’s big on the conversational way compared to previous chat AI’s like Siri, Cortana, and Alexa.
Editor’s note: This post and all the details about the AI chatbot were a conversation with the bot. We have edited the conversation out as a post for easy reading.
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