The non-profit organization OpenAI, which specializes in the development of artificial intelligence technologies, has opened access to the ChatGPT chat bot, which can generate quite meaningful texts in any format of your choice. The project captivated Internet users, who began to believe in its ability to replace a person in fiction and scientific literature.
ChatGPT surprisingly easily and conscientiously copes with the most incredible tasks that Internet users entrust to it: it issues competent historical references and writes poems about cryptocurrency. The popularity of the project surprised even its creators – the head of OpenAI Sam Altman (Sam Altman) informedthat the chatbot is in much higher demand than expected.
OpenAI was founded by Altman and Tesla CEO Elon Musk about seven years ago with the goal of developing artificial intelligence technologies that could “benefit all of humanity.” In 2018, Musk left the project due to disagreements about its further development, but now he paid my dues capabilities of ChatGPT.
Making AI chatbots public is a risky business. In 2016, Microsoft was forced to shut down its Tay bot, which began posting racist, sexist, and hateful messages on Twitter. Recently, Meta* encountered a similar problem.
The developers of ChatGPT have warned that it “sometimes writes plausible but incorrect or nonsensical answers” and is sometimes “unnecessarily wordy” due to the way it was trained. Some users also added a fly in the ointment: he gave a detailed but incorrect answer to a question in algebra and somehow learned to bypass the ban on the publication of sayings related to violence, crime and racism.
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