ChatGPT is a chatbot that can hold dialogues, identify errors in code, compose poetry, write scripts, and even engage in arguments.
Created on the Azure AI supercomputer, ChatGPT is based on OpenAI's GPT-3.5 language model. The chatbot was trained on a wide range of internet texts using a reinforcement learning system that incorporated feedback from human interaction. The neural network was then retrained multiple times to enhance the accuracy and correctness of its responses. The developers aimed to make the AI easy to use, correct, and "human."
ChatGPT stands out from other neural networks due to its ability to perform tasks from different areas. It can, for instance, generate basic program code, provide financial analysis, summaries of technical articles, scientific concepts, forecasts, personal advice, and ethical answers to any question. Additionally, it can recall details of previous dialogues and avoid controversial topics. Responses from the chatbot can also be refined with leading questions.
OpenAI plans to release ChatGPT as an API in the future so that developers can integrate the chatbot into their websites and applications.