What is ChatGPT And How Can You Use It?
OpenAI has introduced ChatGPT, a long-form AI that answers complicated questions in conversation.
It is a groundbreaking technology, because it is trained so that it can learn from humans what they mean by asking a question.
Its ability to respond in a human-like manner is something that many users find remarkable. This has led to the belief that it could one day disrupt the way humans interact with computers, and even change the way information is obtained.
What is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is a chatbot that uses large language models and was developed by OpenAI based upon GPT-3.5. It can interact with users in conversational dialogue and respond to questions that are surprisingly human-like.
Large language models are capable of anticipating the next word in a sequence of words.
Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback is an additional layer of training. It uses human feedback to assist ChatGPT in following directions and generating responses that are pleasing to humans.
ChatGPT: Who built it?
ChatGPT was developed by OpenAI, a San Francisco-based artificial Intelligence company. OpenAI Inc., the non-profit parent of OpenAI LP is OpenAI Inc.
OpenAI is well-known for its DALL*E deep-learning model, which generates images using text instructions called prompts.
Sam Altman, previously president of Y Combinator, is the CEO.
Microsoft is a investor and a partner in the amount $1 billion. They co-developed the Azure AI Platform.
Large Language Models
ChatGPT (large language model) is an application that uses ChatGPT. Large Language Models (LLMs), which are trained with large amounts of data, can accurately predict the next word in a sentence.
It was found that the ability to perform more is dependent on how much data you have.
ChatGPT is free to use
ChatGPT is currently available for free during “research preview”.
Users can currently test the chatbot and give feedback to improve the AI’s ability to answer questions and learn from its mistakes.
The official announcement stated that OpenAI welcomes feedback on the errors