I recently had the chance to play around with ChatGPT, the latest language model from OpenAI, and I have to say I was really impressed. For those who aren't familiar, ChatGPT is a large language model that uses deep learning to generate text based on what it's been trained on. And it's really good at it!
It's been a long time since I've been so blown away by new technology. The recently released ChatGPT, the latest AI model from OpenAI, is a large language model that uses deep learning to generate text based on what it's been trained on, that is, a large proportion of the Internet. This included a whopping 570GB of data obtained from books, website texts, Wikipedia, articles and other pieces of writing on the internet. To be even more exact, 300 billion words were fed into the system.
And it's really good at it!
One of the most impressive uses of ChatGPT is its ability to help write bedtime stories for my kids. They get to choose the characters and the plot, while ChatGPT does the rest. It's an incredible way to spark their imagination and keep them engaged.
Another area where ChatGPT has been incredibly useful is in the kitchen. It can help me write cooking recipes based on what ingredients I have on hand, in any cooking style I desire. For example, if I want to add an Italian touch to a recipe, ChatGPT will likely replace the butter with olive oil and add parmesan, basil, and/or tomatoes. It's a great way to spice up my meal planning and try new things.
Of course, it's important to remember that ChatGPT is a statistical model that has no inherent understanding of the topics it writes about. Its authoritative style, which it learned from texts typically found on the Internet, should not be taken as a sign of confidence, because ChatGPT can sometimes be hilariously wrong. Additionally, it has been trained on content before 2021, so it may not be aware of the latest developments in certain fields. Finally, because it has learn it's style from reading the Internet, it can easily show signs of bias when the user manages to bypassed filters. Nevertheless, I'm sure that theses issues will be fixed in the near future with more research. For example, models like Meta’s Atlas or DeepMind’s RETRO synthesize multiple articles into one answer to infer a degree of confidence based on the reputations of the sources they draw from and the agreement among them, and then change its communication style accordingly.
At Sagacify, we are constantly evaluating the potential of new technologies like ChatGPT. With such a major breakthrough, there is no doubt that these large language models will find a place in significant business applications. I can't wait to help our customers benefit from this truly revolutionary technology. Long live AI!
Source: This article has been generated by ChatGPT, driven by the ideas I wanted to communicate.