ChatGPT: the latest news, controversies, and tips you need to know

As a chatbot that has evolved into a piece of technology driving the next era of innovation, ChatGPT continues to dazzle the internet with AI-genera….


As a chatbot that has evolved into a piece of technology driving the next era of innovation, ChatGPT continues to dazzle the internet with AI-generated content. There has never been a tech product that sparked so much curiosity, controversy, fear, and excitement as this one.

You might wonder why the fuss is so great if you've just gotten wind of it. It will be free to try out (or you can download the official iOS app for free), but here's a detailed guide you've been looking for - whether you're fearing an AI apocalypse or just want more info.

What is ChatGPT?

A natural language AI chatbot is called ChatGPT. To put it plainly, that implies that it is capable of responding to any inquiry.

Entering text into ChatGPT's chatbot is all that's required, making it quite easy to use. See how your ChatGPT reacts by experimenting with different prompts. Try modifying your prompt or providing ChatGPT with more instructions if you don't receive the desired outcome. You may avoid asking the same question over and over again by using ChatGPT, which retains the context of the questions you have asked in the past.

Starting with "Describe the creation of the solar system," would produce a longer and more thorough response than beginning with, even if both questions contain thorough replies "What process created the solar system?" Give ChatGPT more direction regarding style or tone to advance the conversation, saying “As a middle school teacher, describe how the solar system was created.”

Moreover, you can provide more precise specifications, such as a Wikipedia page or an essay with a given amount of paragraphs. "Write a four-paragraph essay explaining Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" was the request that yielded an incredibly thorough response and remember, You can constantly ask ChatGPT for more information, have it rephrase an answer, or pose new questions because it's excellent at improving on earlier responses.

Try using ChatGPT into your everyday routine or professional tasks to discover what it can accomplish. Ask it to write emails, craft business proposals, ideas for an enjoyable dating night, or even a best man speech. The generator shall make every effort to comply with the instructions, provided that the content does not violate any explicit or unlawful content regulations. There's a chance that ChatGPT will start adding inaccurate data to the gaps. Although these occurrences are uncommon, AI "hallucinations" do occur, as OpenAI points out. The GPT-3.5 LLM (long language model) is used by ChatGPT, which the business says presently has "limited knowledge of world events after 2021." You might want to use another tool, such as Bing Chat, if you have more recent knowledge of the world.

Those who have access to the GPT-4 model through ChatGPT Plus, however, will be able to look up updated information online.

Nevertheless, you can keep entering requests until you either leave your browser or reset the thread to remove all of your prior ones. Afterwards, these discussions are automatically named and stored in conversations on the sidebar. You can then handle these conversations by renaming or eliminating them as necessary. Additionally, ChatGPT offers you the choice of using it in light or dark mode.


In contrast, Bing Chat may now create photos using Bing Image Creator and receive images to use as question starters, All that ChatGPT can produce is text. However, OpenAI introduced the capability to use a voice or image as an input for your prompt in September 2023. For now, ChatGPT Plus users are the only ones who can access it.

ChatGPT is based on an LLM (Large Language Model), as opposed to a basic voice assistance like Siri or Google assistance. Large volumes of internet data are used to train artificial neural networks for deep learning; as a result, they provide entirely original replies as opposed to merely repeating pre-programmed ones. They aren't designed with a specific function in mind, unlike earlier chatbots — and their intelligence is even greater.

The handle ChatGPT suggests this, It is an acronym for Chat Generative Transformer with prior training. The GPT-3.5 LLM serves as the foundation for ChatGPT's current iteration. A variety of online content, such as webpages, books, social media, news stories, and more, were used to train the ChatGPT model — supervised learning and reinforcement learning from human feedback (RLHF) together to fine-tune everything in the language model. OpenAI claims that the unique feature of ChatGPT is the employment of human AI teachers.

In November 2022, ChatGPT was initially made available to the public as a prototype, Within a few months, it had grown to over 100 million members, increasing significantly, resulting in it becoming the fastest-growing software ever developed, albeit Twitter's alternative Threads has now surpassed this record. It has started to lose users for the initial instance, still maintains its enormous popularity despite apparently losing 10% of its global user base in June.

How to use ChatGPT

Visit first. If this is your initial experience, In order to proceed, you must first create a free OpenAI account. Login using a Google or Microsoft account, or simply typing your e-mail. Next, you'll be prompted to provide your phone number; But be aware that using a virtual phone number (VoIP) to sign up for OpenAI is not permitted. You'll discover several fundamental guidelines regarding ChatGPT, such as possible data inaccuracies, OpenAI's data collection methods, and user feedback mechanisms - This have led to concerns regarding ChatGPT's safety among certain users. You will know that your registration was successful once you have completed it. You're accepted!

How to use the ChatGPT iPhone and Android apps

A new iOS app from OpenAI has been released after more than a year of anticipation. Go and download it now! Over half a million people have downloaded the app in less than a week, and it is becoming available in more countries every day.

Instructions for using it aren’t dissimilar to the ChatGPT web application. Although you can sign in with your Apple ID account, this app functions nearly identically to the web app - just type in your question and it will begin to talk to you.

A clean interface shows your conversation with GPT straight-forwardly, hiding your chat history and settings from view.

You can switch between GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 using the ChatGPT Plus app if you have a paid subscription. In order to communicate with ChatGPT over speech, you can even use the microphone.

Unlike chatbots like Bing Chat and Perplexity, the app does not currently offer an internet connection, as our mobile editor saw during his use of it.

Finally, an Android app for ChatGPT is available after months of user requests for Android compatibility. Though it's currently only available in a few countries—the United States, India, and Brazil—you can still get it in the Google Play Store.

Some gadgets do more than just run apps. For example, ChatGPT is embedded throughout the Infinix Folax, an Android phone. ChatGPT takes the role of the standard smart assistant (Google Assistant) on the phone, replacing it with an app. 

Is ChatGPT free to use?

Yes, the basic version of ChatGPT is completely free to use. There’s no limit to how much you can use ChatGPT in a day, though there is a word and character limit for responses.

It’s not free for OpenAI to continue running it, of course. Initial estimates are currently that OpenAI spends around $3 million per month to continue running ChatGPT, which is around $100,000 per day. A report from April indicated that the price of operation is closer to $700,000 per day.

Beyond the cost of the servers themselves, some egregious information has recently come out about what else has been done to train the language model against producing offensive content.

OpenAI also has a premium version of its chatbot, called ChatGPT Plus. It costs $20 a month but provides access even during peak times, faster responses, and first access to new features like GPT-4.

Who created ChatGPT?

ChatGPT was created by an organization called OpenAI, a San Francisco-based AI research lab. The organization started as a non-profit meant for collaboration with other institutions and researchers, funded by high-profile figures like Peter Thiel and Elon Musk.

OpenAI later became a for-profit company in 2019 and is now led by its CEO, Sam Altman. It runs on Microsoft’s Azure system infrastructure and is powered by Nvidia’s GPUs, including the new supercomputers just announced this year. Microsoft has invested heavily in OpenAI too, starting in 2019.

What do the ChatGPT errors mean?

Many people attempting to use ChatGPT have been getting an “at capacity” notice when trying to access the site. It's probably the reason behind the attempt to use paid unapproved apps, Many hundreds have already been duped into paying for a free service by these which have already overrun app stores.

Due of ChatGPT's operating expenses, it appears that OpenAI has begun restricting access when its servers are "full.” The waiting period may extend to several hours, but with perseverance, you’ll get through eventually. Among all the issues ChatGPT is now dealing with, this has been the main barrier preventing users from using it more. Throughout the past few months, ChatGPT has frequently gone down for several hours for maintenance due to extremely high demand.

Though OpenAI has improved its ability to handle traffic and demand has levelled out, this seems to be less of an issue now, though it still occasionally arises in the middle of the day.

Latest ChatGPT controversies

Although ChatGPT is a very useful tool, it isn’t free of problems. It’s known for making mistakes or “hallucinations,” where it makes up an answer to something it doesn’t know. A simple example of how unreliable it can sometimes be involved misidentifying the prime minister of Japan.

Beyond just making mistakes, many people are concerned about what this human-like generative AI could mean for the future of the internet, so much so that thousands of tech leaders and prominent public figures have signed a petition to slow down the development. It was even banned in Italy due to privacy concerns, alongside complaints from the FTC — although that’s now been reversed. Since then, the FTC has reopened investigations against OpenAIon questions of personal consumer data is being handled. 

Speaking of bans, a number of high-profile companies have been disallowing the use of ChatGPT internally, including Samsung, Amazon, Verizon, and even the United States Congress. Apple is also on the list, though Tim Cook stated that he uses it, just weeks after having it banned.


There’s also the concern that generative AI like ChatGPT could result in the loss of many jobs — as many as 300 million worldwide, according to Goldman Sachs. In particular, it’s taken the spotlight in Hollywood’s writer’s strike, which wants to ensure that AI-written scripts don’t take the jobs of working screenwriters.

Beyond that, multiple controversies have also sprung up around people using ChatGPT to handle tasks that should probably be handled by an actual person. One of the worst cases of this is generating malware, which the FBI recently warned ChatGPT is being used for.

For instance, the Peabody School at Vanderbilt University came under fire lately for creating an email about a mass massacre and the value of community. Furthermore, JPMorgan Chase is limiting the AI chatbot's use for employees, particularly when it comes to creating emails—an internal use that businesses like Apple have also outlawed.

There are also privacy concerns. According to a recent GDPR complaint, ChatGPT infringes on users' privacy by secretly collecting and exploiting user data to train its AI model.

Lastly, ChatGPT was even made able to generate Windows 11 keys for free, according to one user. Although ChatGPT was not designed to be used in this manner, it is noteworthy that it could be "tricked" into producing the keys in the first place.

Can ChatGPT be detected?

Teachers, administrators, and developers are already coming up with creative solutions to get past this and outlaw ChatGPT use in classrooms. While some are more hopeful about the potential of ChatGPT as a teaching tool, plagiarism will surely be a problem in the educational system moving forward. Though there are several suggestions for how ChatGPT may "watermark" its text to address this plagiarism issue, it is still quite challenging to identify ChatGPT as of right now.

Recently, ChatGPT updated its plagiarism detection technology in an attempt to quell some of the complaints around how users are utilising the text generating. It uses a new feature called “AI text classifier,” which operates in a way familiar to other plagiarism software. According to OpenAI, however, the tool is still a work in progress and is “imperfect.”

Other tools like GPTZero claim to help detect ChatGPT plagiarism, too. Although they work, some extra editing on AI responses can still trip up these tools.

Common uses for ChatGPT

Well, that’s the fun part. Since its launch, people have been experimenting to discover everything the chatbot can and can’t do — and some of the results have been mind-blowing.

Learning the kinds of prompts and follow-up prompts that ChatGPT responds well to requires some experimentation though. Much like we’ve learned to get the information we want from traditional search engines, it can take some time to get the best results from ChatGPT. If you want to get started, we have a roundup of the best ChatGPT tips.

It really all depends on what you want out of it. To start out, try using it to write a template blog post, for example, or even blocks of code if you’re a programmer.

Our writers experimented with ChatGPT too, attempting to see if it could handle holiday shopping or even properly interpret astrological makeup. In both cases, we found limitations to what it could do while still being thoroughly impressed by the results.

 But the fun is in trying it out yourself. Whether you think ChatGPT is an amazing piece of tech or will lead to the destruction of the internet as we know it, it’s worth trying out for yourself to see just what it’s capable of.

Following an update on August 10, you can now use custom instructions with ChatGPT. This allows you to customize how the AI chatbot responds to your inputs so you can tailor it for your needs.

You can’t ask anything, though. OpenAI has safeguards in place in order to “build a safe and beneficial artificial general intelligence.” That means any questions that are hateful, sexist, racist, or discriminatory in any way are generally off-limits.

What are ChatGPT plugins?

The announcement of ChatGPT plugins caused a great stir in the developer community, with some calling it “the most powerful developer platform ever created.” AI enthusiasts have compared it to the surge of interest in the iOS App Store when it first launched, greatly expanding the capabilities of the iPhone.

ChatGPT plugins

Essentially, developers will be able to build plugins directly for ChatGPT, to open it up to have access to the whole of the internet and connect directly to the APIs of specific applications. It’s ChatGPT out in the real world. Some of the examples provided by OpenAI include applications being able to perform actions on behalf of the user, retrieve real-time information, and access knowledge-based information.

It’s currently only available on a waitlist, but early applications to use plugins with ChatGPT include Expedia, Instacart, Slack, and OpenTable — and now there are lots to explore, including the ones we’ve seen as the best ChatGPT plugins to try out.

Is there a ChatGPT API?

Outside of the ChatGPT app itself, many apps had been announced as partners with OpenAI using the ChatGPT API. Of the initial batch, the most prominent example is Snapchat’s MyAI.

Essentially, this is a way for developers to access ChatGPT and plug its natural language capabilities directly into apps and websites. We’ve seen it used in all sorts of different cases, ranging from suggesting parts in Newegg’s PC builder to building out a travel itinerary with just a few words. Recently, OpenAI made the ChatGPT API available to everyone, and we’ve seen a surge in tools leveraging the technology, such as Discord’s Clyde chatbot or Wix’s website builder.

What’s the future of ChatGPT and GPT-5?

There’s no doubt that the tech world has become obsessed with ChatGPT right now, and it’s not slowing down anytime soon. GPT-4, the next iteration of the model, has officially launched, though it’s currently only available for ChatGPT Plus. We do know, however, that Bing Chat is at least partially built on the GPT-4 language model, even if certain elements such as visual input aren’t available.

But the bigger development will be how ChatGPT continues to be integrated into other applications. Microsoft reportedly made a multibillion-dollar investment in ChatGPT, which is already starting to pay off. The first integration was in Teams Premium, with some of OpenAI’s features showing up to automate tasks and provide transcripts. Most prominently, Microsoft revealed 365 Copilot, which integrates ChatGPT natural language prompts directly into Office apps like Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more.

There were initial reports that GPT-5 is on the way and could finish training later this year, with some people claiming that it would achieve AGI (artificial general intelligence). That’s a big, controversial statement, but clearly, things are progressing at a rapid pace.

Since then, OpenAI has stated that GPT-5 is not on the timeline and is not currently planned. That being said, the next version, GPT-4.5, is currently training and may be available later this year. OpenAI indicated that it may be done planning as early as September or October.

All that to say, if you think AI is a big deal now, just wait until it’s built into the most common applications that are used for work and school.

ChatGPT alternatives worth trying Microsoft

ChatGPT remains the most popular AI chatbot at the moment, but it’s not completely without competition. Microsoft’s Bing Chat is the biggest rival, which uses OpenAI’s GPT-4 model as a basis for its answers. Although it requires downloading the Edge browser to use, Bing Chat is free and offers some added features such as different writing modes, image creation, and search links. It even got a significant update recently that introduced features like export, third-party plugins, and multimodal support. There’s also YouChat, which uses GPT-3, an older model from OpenAI, and Forefront AI, which gives you access to GPT-4 and beyond.

ChapGPT Vicuna and HuggingChat.

The biggest non-GPT competitor to ChatGPT is Google Bard. It’s based on Google’s own homegrown language model, LaMDA, and Google seems intent on competing directly with OpenAI with Google Bard. The most recent updates make it a far more compelling alternative to ChatGPT, even if it’s not quite there.

There are a number of other chatbots out there, some of which are based on Meta’s open-source language model, LLaMA, such as Vicuna and HuggingChat.

Reports suggest Apple has been working on a ChatGPT rival for years, as well, though we haven’t seen it yet. Some reporters say it is “significantly behind competitors” at the moment. Other things to know about ChatGPT

Are ChatGPT chats private?

It depends on what you mean by private. All chats with ChatGPT are used by OpenAI to further tune the models, which can actually involve the use of human trainers. No, that doesn’t mean a human is looking through every question you ask ChatGPT, but there’s a reason OpenAI warns against providing any personal information to ChatGPT.

 It should be noted that if you don’t delete your chats, the conversations will appear in the left sidebar. Unlike with other chatbots, individual chats within a conversation cannot be deleted, though they can be edited using the pencil icon that appears when you hover over a chat. When you delete the conversations, however, it’s not that ChatGPT forgets they ever happened — it’s just that they disappear from the sidebar chat history.

Fortunately, OpenAI has recently announced a way to make your chats hidden from the sidebar. These “hidden” chats won’t be used to train AI models either.

When was ChatGPT released?

ChatGPT was originally launched to the public in November of 2022 by OpenAI. The chatbot is based on the GPT-3.5 LLM, which is a fine-tuned version of GPT-3, a model first launched on March 15, 2022. GPT-3 itself, though, has been around for a few years now. It was first released in June 2020, but only as an autoregressive language model.

The predecessors to GPT-3 had very limited public exposure. GPT-2 was announced in February 2019, and the first research paper on GPT was published on OpenAI’s website in 2018.

Will ChatGPT replace Google Search?

Rather than replace it, chatbots are likely to be integrated directly into search. Microsoft has already done this with Bing Chat and Bing, which puts a “chat” tab right into the menu of Bing search.

Even Google has begun experimenting with integrating the smarts of Google Bard into search through its Search Generative Experience. We’re in the early days where all these exist as different products, but it’s not hard to imagine a future where it’s a completely unified experience.

Is Bing Chat the same as ChatGPT?

 Microsoft has officially brought ChatGPT to Bing in the form of Bing Chat. After a long beta period, it was officially available to try out. But unlike ChatGPT, Bing Chat does require downloading the latest version of Edge. So Safari or Chrome users are out of luck.

In the early days of its release, Bing Chat was capable of some unhinged responses, but Microsoft has been quick to tame things a bit. It was recently announced that Bing Chat is using the latest GPT-4 language model, meaning it’s more powerful and accurate than ChatGPT. The new Edge Copilot mode also provides a more user-friendly way to get started, offering suggested prompts, links to learn more, and ways to tweak the kinds of answers it gives you. And now with the Windows Copilot, Bing Chat will live right on your desktop.

Is Google Bard the same as ChatGPT?

Unlike Bing Chat, Google Bard uses an entirely different LLM to power its natural language capabilities. Upon its release, Bard has been using LaMDA, the company’s own model, which stands for Language Model for Dialogue Applications. As has been demonstrated from early on, Bard didn’t have quite the precision in its answers.

Reports indicate, however, that Bard is getting a massive update soon, going from being trained on 30 billion parameters up to 600 billion parameters. That could make it closer to what is possible with GPT-4.

Can you write essays with ChatGPT?

The use of ChatGPT has been full of controversy, with many onlookers considering how the power of AI will change everything from search engines to novel writing. It’s even demonstrated the ability to earn students surprisingly good grades in essay writing.

Essay writing for students is one of the most obvious examples of where ChatGPT could become a problem. ChatGPT might not write this article all that well, but it feels particularly easy to use for essay writing. Some generative AI tools, such as Cactus AI, are built specifically for this purpose.

Can ChatGPT write and debug code?

Absolutely — it’s one of the most powerful features of ChatGPT. As with everything with AI, you’ll want to double-check everything it produces, because it won’t always get your code right. But it’s certainly powerful at both writing code from scratch and debugging code.

Developers have used it to create websites, applications, and games from scratch — all of which are made more powerful with GPT-4, of course. There’s even a plug-in called ChatGPT Code Interpreter that makes programming with AI even more accessible. 

What is the ChatGPT character limit?

OpenAI doesn’t set an exact character limit, but it will cut off around its responses at about 500 words or 4,000 characters. If you happen to give the chatbot a request for a specific number of words above 500, you might find that it cuts off mid-sentence somewhere after 500 words.

One way to get around this is just to ask it to “go on” or “continue,” but it depends on the prompt and type of response. Sometimes ChatGPT will more or less repeat the previous answers in different words.

The best way to get access to responses with longer characters is to upgrade to ChatGPT Plus.

Is there a ChatGPT bug bounty program?

Yes. A bug bounty program for ChatGPT was recently announced. The program was unveiled officially on OpenAI’s website, which details the types of “cash awards” that are being offered. They range from $200 to up to $20,000 for what it calls “exceptional discoveries.”

While addressing security researchers interested in getting involved in the program, OpenAI said it recognized “the critical importance of security and view it as a collaborative effort. By sharing your findings, you will play a crucial role in making our technology safer for everyone.”

Do you need to download ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is available via a webpage, so no downloading is needed. However, OpenAI has finally released a free, official iOS app that needs to be downloaded from the iOS app store. For many months, the various app stores were full of fake versions. These are still out there, though, and should be installed and used with caution, as they are not official ChatGPT apps. There is no still no official Android app.

On desktop, there are a couple of ways to install ChatGPT, though. First, you can navigate to the ChatGPT website and save it as a Windows app through Edge. Go to the site, click the ellipsis menu, and hover over Apps. Select Install this site as an app to load ChatGPT from your desktop.

Other tools like MacGPT also allow shortcuts to access the browser service from your desktop.

Researchers just unlocked ChatGPT

Researchers have discovered that it is possible to bypass the mechanism engrained in AI chatbots to make them able to respond to queries on banned or sensitive topics by using a different AI chatbot as a part of the training process.

A computer scientists team from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) of Singapore is unofficially calling the method a “jailbreak” but is more officially a “Masterkey” process. This system uses chatbots, including ChatGPT, Google Bard, and Microsoft Bing Chat, against one another in a two-part training method that allows two chatbots to learn each other’s models and divert any commands against banned topics.

According to the team, they first reverse-engineered one large language model (LLM) to expose its defense mechanisms. These would originally be blocks on the model and would not allow answers to certain prompts or words to go through as answers due to violent, immoral, or malicious intent.

But with this information reverse-engineered, they can teach a different LLM how to create a bypass. With the bypass created, the second model will be able to express more freely, based on the reverse-engineered LLM of the first model. The team calls this process a “Masterkey” because it should work even if LLM chatbots are fortified with extra security or are patched in the future.


The Masterkey process claims to be three times better at jailbreaking chatbots than prompts.

Professor Lui Yang noted that the crux of the process is that it showcases how easily LLM AI chatbots can learn and adapt. The team claims its Masterkey process has had three times more success at jailbreaking LLM chatbots than a traditional prompt process. Similarly, some experts argue that the recently proposed glitches that certain LLMs, such as GPT-4 have been experiencing are signs of it becoming more advanced, rather than dumber and lazier, as some critics

 Since AI chatbots became popular in late 2022 with the introduction of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, there has been a heavy push toward ensuring various services are safe and welcoming for everyone to use. OpenAI has put safety warnings on its ChatGPT product during sign-up and sporadic updates, warning of unintentional slipups in language. Meanwhile, various chatbot spinoffs have been fine to allow swearing and offensive language to a point.

Google might finally have an answer to Chat GPT-4

Google has announced the launch of its most extensive artificial intelligence model, Gemini, and it features three versions: Gemini Ultra, the largest and most capable; Gemini Pro, which is versatile across various tasks; and Gemini Nano, designed for specific tasks and mobile devices. The plan is to license Gemini to customers through Google Cloud for use in their applications, in a challenge to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

Gemini Ultra excels in massive multitask language understanding, outperforming human experts across subjects like math, physics, history, law, medicine, and ethics. It’s expected to power Google products like Bard chatbot and Search Generative Experience. Google aims to monetize AI and plans to offer Gemini Pro through its cloud services.

“Gemini is the result of large-scale collaborative efforts by teams across Google, including our colleagues at Google Research,” wrote CEO Sundar Pichai in a blog post on Wednesday. “It was built from the ground up to be multimodal, which means it can generalize and seamlessly understand, operate across, and combine different types of information including text, code, audio, image, and video.”

Starting December 13, developers and enterprises can access Gemini Pro via the Gemini API in Google AI Studio or Google Cloud Vertex AI, while Android developers can build with Gemini Nano. Gemini will enhance Google’s Bard chatbot, using Gemini Pro for advanced reasoning, planning, and understanding. An upcoming Bard Advanced, using Gemini Ultra, is set to launch next year, and will likely be positioned to challenge GPT-4

Despite questions about monetization with Bard, Google emphasizes creating a good user experience and does not provide specific details about pricing or access to Bard Advanced. The Gemini model, particularly Gemini Ultra, has undergone extensive testing and safety evaluations, according to Google. While it is the largest model, it is claimed to be more cost-effective and efficient than its predecessors.

Google also introduced its next-generation tensor processing unit, TPU v5p, for training AI models. The chip promises improved performance for the price compared to TPU v4. This announcement follows recent developments in custom silicon by cloud rivals Amazon and Microsoft.

The launch of Gemini, after a reported delay, underscores Google’s commitment to advancing AI capabilities. The company has been under scrutiny for how it plans to turn AI into profitable ventures, and the introduction of Gemini aligns with its strategy to offer AI services through Google Cloud. The technical details of Gemini will be further outlined in a forthcoming white paper, providing insights into its capabilities and innovations.

Can you use ChatGPT on iPhone or Android?

Now that there’s an official iOS app, you no longer have to rely solely on the web app to use ChatGPT on your phone. So, whether with the official app as downloaded through the app store or just the web version, you can certainly use ChatGPT on iPhones. In addition, there’s even a way to replace Siri with ChatGPT on your iPhone, as well as some useful mobile apps like Perplexity AI.

 As for Android, you’ll need to rely on the web app. Just as on desktop, type in to start using ChatGPT.

Can you get ChatGPT to answer any question?

Not exactly. ChatGPT has limitations in the kinds of questions it can answer. First of all, it can’t write about anything that requires internet knowledge after late 2021, which is when its training stopped.

Beyond that, ChatGPT is careful about answering questions that might imply illegal, explicit, or damaging activity. It’ll avoid swearing or political debates, and will (usually) avoid making malware. There is some amount of jailbreaking that can be done to get around these restrictions, but OpenAI is constantly tightening its content policies to restrict unwanted answers. One example of a common jailbreaking technique is the DAN (Do Anything Now) prompt, though OpenAI has worked hard to plug these holes over time.

What is Auto-GPT?

Built on GPT-4, Auto-GPT is the latest evolution of AI technology to cause a stir in the industry. The project isn't related to ChatGPT or OpenAI - instead, it's an open-source Python application published on GitHub that's been used by developers all over the internet.

With ChatGPT or ChatGPT Plus, the capabilities of the AI are limited to a single chat window. Auto-GPT, at its simplest, is making AI autonomous. It can be programmed to perform specific tasks, such as connecting to apps and software, in order to achieve a set of goals over the internet.

Auto GTP ChatGPT

According to the official description on GitHub, Auto-GPT is an “experimental open-source application showcasing the capabilities of the GPT-4 language model. This program, driven by GPT-4, chains together LLM ‘thoughts’, to autonomously achieve whatever goal you set. As one of the first examples of GPT-4 running fully autonomously, Auto-GPT pushes the boundaries of what is possible with AI.”

The demo used on the GitHub page is simple — just create a recipe appropriate for Easter and save it to a file. The neat thing about Auto-GPT is how it breaks down the steps that AI is taking to accomplish the goal, including its "thoughts" and "reasoning". Because of its autonomous nature, Auto-GPT is already being employed in many various applications; in fact, some have hailed it as the beginning of AGI (Artificial General Intelligence).

What is GPT-4 and how does it compare to GPT-3.5?

GPT-4 is a more advanced LLM — the most powerful that OpenAI currently offers. At the current moment, OpenAI only offers access to GPT-4 through ChatGPT Plus. In contrast, GPT-3.5 is the LLM that powers ChatGPT, which is free for anyone to use. While OpenAI does not specify how many parameters these advanced models are trained on, it is rumored that GPT-4 has as many as 1 trillion parameters.

Regardless, the results are a fairly dramatic difference between GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 in terms of quality. It is far better at coding and creative teamwork, provides answers that are much more accurate, and can deliver (and reply to) much longer text selections. GPT-4 remains the best possible model available, while GPT-3.5 is more in line with some other models available.

Who owns the copyright to content created by ChatGPT?

This is a question open to debate. Much of the conversation around copyright and AI is ongoing, with some saying generative AI is “stealing” the work of the content it was trained on. This has become increasingly contentious in the world of AI art. Companies like Adobe are finding ways around this by only training models on stock image libraries that already have proper artist credit and legal boundaries.


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