In today’s world of technology, Google is the name which comes first in our minds. Moreover, there’s nothing which cannot be found on Google. Additionally, the features like Gmail, Google photos, etc, have made Google an important part of our lives. But have you ever thought that an AI chatbot would replace Google?
Yes, you read that right!! The news about Sam Altman’s OpenAI released “ChatGPT” – an Artificial Intelligence chatbot, has completely alarmed Google. Shockingly, with ChatGPT growing bigger, it has been predicted that it would beat Google in just 2 years!!! With its advanced functions, ChatGPT has already surpassed 1 million users globally!
Moreover, the advanced features of the ChatGPT has surprised everyone. OpenAI, founded by Altman along with Elon Musk in 2015, has developed this latest application, which can understand the human dialogue and generate detailed human life texts, crack jokes and even give humourous, serious or any kind of reply like a human friend would give.
Notably, two versions of ChatGPT have been introduced so far, however, those aren’t accessible to the general public. Its research was started long back in the year 2018! Anyway, let’s talk about what exactly this ChatGPT is, and how to use it:
What Is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT or Chat GPT, is an Artificial Intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI, which deals with the chats of online automated customer support, though it isn’t like the other common chats which are limited to a specific type of text or answer which often irritates the customers. Notably, ChatGPT is capable of answering questions through conversation.
Moreover, a BBC report states that the initial version of this AI chatbot was perfectly tuned by the human conversations, in order to tune it finely. On the other hand, Elon Musk, who is no longer a part of OpenAI board, claimed that the access to Twitter data also played a major role for the system for this learning. However, that access has been paused for now, claims Musk.
Is ChatGPT Free To Use?
Well, currently, during the feedback period of the OpenAI, the ChatGPT is free. Moreover, the company focuses on the reviews it has been getting from multiple users, in order to improve the final version and make it a piece of perfection! To try using ChatGPT, you need to follow these steps-
1. Go to openai.com
2. Click on ChatGPT in features
3. Click on TRY CHATGPT
4. Then Sign up, make an account, and you’re all set to use the ChatGPT
Why Is Google Scared Of ChatGPT?
Like it’s always been said, with the growth of Artificial Intelligence, not only the social media managers, lawyers, but even the renowned and trustful sites like Google are at a risk! Moreover, the internet seems to be concerned about the robotic takeover of all the platforms.
Surprisingly, Paul Buchheit, the developer of Gmail, stated in a tweet, “Google may be just a year or two away from getting totally disrupted, as the AI would eliminate the result page of search engines.” Surprisingly, he even added that what Google did to Yellow Pages, the same as ChatGPT would do to Google.
How Does ChatGPT Work?
As explained by Ben Thompson at Stratechery, the ChatGPT employs a layer of Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback (RLHF), an algorithm that depends on user feedback, to “build a new model that is displayed in an intuitive chat interface with some degree of memory.”
“ChatGPT is a sibling model to InstructGPT, which is trained to follow an instruction in a prompt and provide a detailed response. We are excited to introduce ChatGPT to get users’ feedback and learn about its strengths and weaknesses,” reads the official statement by the company.
ChatGPT is much more human as compared to the previous search engines, even if it has access to a supercomputer’s data wealth – think Scarlett Johansson in “Her.” Users who Google “How much vitamin E is necessary in a day?,” got a link to some website, however, when the same was asked to the AI chatbot, it produced a thorough detail on the matter, as per a report of Times of London.
As per the company statement, ChatGPT not only chats like a human, but even accepts its mistakes, and the inappropriate questions get rejected too. Surprisingly, it can fix bugs in Python code and even easily convert the title of movies into emojis!!! Moreover, it would be interesting to see how this new chatbot works and if it really replaces Google.