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Artificial intelligence: chatGPT, what you need to know

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OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research company, has just released a beta version of ChatGPT, a chatbot based on the GPT 3.5 language model. Although ChatGPT is still in an experimental stage, it is already demonstrating its capabilities. Some even believe that ChatGPT will replace Google. What features distinguish ChatGPT from the competition compared to other chatbots? Read this article to learn more.

Differences with other chatbots

 This feature may seem relatively unimportant when the use of chatbots for things like customer service has become commonplace. Get the facts if you want to know more. The difference is that most chatbots have a small number of pre-programmed automatic responses. ChatGPT, on the other hand, can answer questions directly and hold many conversations like a human. Hopefully you have answers to the questions about ChatGPT that are making headlines in the tech world. Keep in mind that ChatGPT is another powerful artificial intelligence bot that competes with Google and many other tech companies.  If you have specific questions, drop us a line in the comments.

Who founded ChatGPT ?

OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research company, created ChatGPT. Its mission is to develop or help others develop "safe and useful" general-purpose artificial intelligence systems. It first made headlines with the GPT-3 computer, capable of generating text that looks like it was written by a human hand, and then with the DALL-E computer, which generated what is now called "generative art." GPT-3 and its update GPT 3.5, on which ChatGPT is based, are examples of large-scale language models, a type of artificial intelligence technology. They are trained to generate text based on what they see, and can be trained automatically, which usually requires a lot of computing power over several weeks.

Can ChatGPT create software ?

Yes, but with some caveats. ChatGPT can follow a person's footprints and generate real software code. Be careful not to misunderstand programming concepts or use obsolete software. The ban on using software created with ChatGPT that StackOverflow has put in place has a purpose. However, there are many programs on the Internet with which ChatGPT works well. 

ChatGPT can process regular expressions (regex), which is a powerful but complex system for finding certain patterns, such as dates in text strings or server names in URLs. "It's like having a programming teacher available 24 hours a day," says programmer James Blackwell about ChatGPT's ability to explain regular expressions.