ChatGPT: The Revolutionary OpenAI Chatbot
Last November, OpenAI released a conversational AI chatbot called ChatGPT. This chatbot has quickly become a sensation due to its ability to produce text based on any prompt given to it. It can generate emails, essays, poems, raps, grocery lists, letters, and much more. ChatGPT uses OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 or GPT-4 (if subscribed), making it capable of solving math problems, writing code, and even engaging in conversation with users.
ChatGPT’s success has led to many other chatbots entering the scene, including Bing Chat. Despite the competition, ChatGPT remains a popular choice among users. In addition to its writing capabilities, ChatGPT can also chat with users about simple or complex topics such as “What are colors?” or “What is the meaning of life?” ChatGPT is also proficient in STEM and can write and debug code, and even solve complex math equations.
The best part about ChatGPT is that it is completely free to the public right now. However, due to its immense popularity, the chatbot is often at capacity. This is where ChatGPT Plus comes in. ChatGPT Plus gives users general access even during peak times when the free version is at capacity.
ChatGPT Plus also offers access to GPT-4, OpenAI’s most advanced language model. This model is capable of accessing the internet and providing citations on answers, features that Bing Chat offers for free. However, the subscription cost for ChatGPT Plus is $20 per month.
While ChatGPT is a revolutionary chatbot, there are some concerns regarding ownership of the content it generates. If ChatGPT’s AI helps write an app, does the app still belong to the user? This is a question that has yet to be fully answered.
Overall, ChatGPT is a remarkable chatbot that has revolutionized the way we interact with AI. Its ability to generate text, solve math problems, and code has made it a popular choice among users. While the free version can be limited due to high demand, ChatGPT Plus offers additional features for a monthly subscription fee.