The end of summer is usually the period when Google "surprises" us with new updates that not so rarely...
Suffice it to say Chat GPT and most will already know that this is something that will change reality as we know it. Perhaps we are not even aware that we are at the border crossing of a new civilizational revolution, because the changes brought by artificial intelligence and its use in everyday life are unsuspected. And the announcement of that new reality is ChatGPT.
What is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is a chatbot developed by artificial intelligence research company OpenAI.
It has a variety of functions, including answering questions, solving math equations, writing texts, debugging and fixing code, translating, creating text summaries, making recommendations, classifying things, and explaining what something does, such as a block of code. In other words, it has a wide range of functions that have the potential to simplify the daily lives of people in many fields of work.
ChatGPT is "taught" by the vast amount of digital text collected from the Internet. As people tested this system, they were asked to rate its responses, so that it could improve its performance and evolve. Open AI, the company behind Chat GPT, conducts research in the field of artificial intelligence with the stated goal of promoting and developing friendly artificial intelligence, the company claims, in a way that benefits humanity as a whole.
How to use it Chat GPT?
ChatGPT is easy to use. All you have to do is enter your request as text and you will receive the information. To use the tools from OpenAI, you will need an account. If you don't have one, simply sign up with your Google or Microsoft account. To register for OpenAI, you must also enter a phone number. After that, you can add your email address, either manually or from one of the available options. Finally, a verification code will be sent to your phone, which you must enter on the registration page to complete the registration.
OpenAI's ChatGPT tool is designed to provide detailed answers to any query you enter – from questions to statements. Although the best results come from entering a statement, questions are also accepted. The more precisely you formulate the topic you want this chatbot to write about, the better the answer will be. ChatGPT requires detailed instructions in order to produce content of the highest quality, which has a better chance of being original or taking a particular point of view.
For now, though, caution is needed
ChatGPT isn't quite as secure and accurate though. Some were quick to note that the bot can be riddled with errors. ChatGPT cannot verify the facts it writes and cannot differentiate between verified fact and misinformation. If there is not enough data available, it can fill in the gaps with incorrect information. OpenAI notes that this is rare and that the tool currently has "limited knowledge of world events after 2021," having been trained on data before that date. So if your content needs to be updated and fresh, then ChatGPT in its current form may not be of any use.
It's possible that OpenAI will allow the tool to search for more information on the internet and post-'21 events, but this is disabled for now.
Can Google recognize AI texts?
Many people say that there is no way for Google to know if the content is generated by artificial intelligence. We don't understand why anyone would have that opinion, because the detection of artificial intelligence is a problem that has been solved for a long time.
Researchers at Google and other organizations have been working on algorithms to successfully detect AI-generated content for many years. The researchers tested to see what kind of analysis could detect AI-generated content, even one that uses algorithms designed to avoid detection.
What they found was that some features of AI-generated text were useful for predicting whether the text was AI-generated, even if that text used an algorithm designed to avoid detection. Machine-generated content discovery has been the subject of many years of research, including research on how to discover content that has been translated from another language.
This service is free for now as it is in the testing phase. He certainly raised spirits with his appearance and gave us a lot of reasons to think. There is no doubt that the development of such services based on artificial intelligence will only go on an upward trajectory, and the future will reveal to us very quickly all the positive and potentially negative sides of this phenomenon.
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