BLUFChatGPT (Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer), based on an AI that uses the web to structure sentences in a new context, has become very popular in a few short months.
This article by Alex Hughes, writing for BBC Science Focus, makes the following points:
- ChatGPT is a language-processing AI model developed by OpenAI.
- Its applications include language modelling and generating text for applications such as chatbots.
- Despite ChatGPT having a whopping 175 billion parameters, it does have its limitations.
- Further, its answers are based on what most people contributing to web forums and social media think—if the majority is wrong, then ChatGpt will also be wrong; see: ChatGPT's Epic Shortcoming - Nonzero Newsletter (substack.com)
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References from the Web:
- DEC 2022 Introducing OpenAI’s Chat GPT: The Future of Language Generation | by tekeshwar singh | Dec, 2022 | Medium
- JAN 2023 ChatGPT sparks cheating, ethical concerns as students try realistic essay writing technology—ABC News
- JAN 2023 Is ChatGPT a form of magic or the apocalypse?—AFR
- FEB 2023 How will Google and Microsoft AI chatbots affect us and how we work? | Search engines | The Guardian