ChatGPT Harrogate Introduction Training
You’ve probably heard about it on the news recently and if you’re new to the world of artificial intelligence, don’t worry, this guide is for you. We’re going to give you a brief introduction to ChatGPT, how to make the best use of it and what its current limitations are.
1. What is ChatGPT?
Simply put, ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence-based language model. It uses a fancy algorithm called GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) to understand and generate human-like responses to text-based queries.
But what does that mean in simpler terms? Well, imagine you’re talking to a computer or a robot. You type in a question, and the computer or robot responds with an answer. That’s what ChatGPT does. It reads what you’ve typed and responds with an answer.
One of the coolest things about ChatGPT is that it can continuously learn and improve over time. As it interacts with more users and processes more data, it can refine its understanding of language and generate even more accurate responses.
2. How does ChatGPT work?
So, how does ChatGPT work? It’s all about the data. To train ChatGPT, lots and lots of text data is fed into the algorithm. This helps the model to understand the nuances of language and the context in which certain words are used. As a result, ChatGPT can generate human-like responses that are relevant to the input query.
The way it differs from search engines like Google is that it generates and creates new data and does not just retrieve data.
3. What is ChatGPT useful for?
ChatGPT is used in a lot of different ways, but one of the most common is in chatbots. You know those little pop-ups that appear when you’re on a website, asking if you need help with anything? That’s a chatbot, and it’s often powered by ChatGPT.
But that’s not all!
ChatGPT is OpenSource, so there are lots of specialized applications already using it, whether that’s for social media content creation or academic literature review. But even without, it can translate and even teach your children maths.
Why not have a go yourself? Open a free account at: https://chat.openai.com
4. What are the Limitations?
As it stands, ChatGPT is not regulated, so we wouldn’t recommend entering any confidential data into it. Some universities have already banned it and even whole countries like Italy have banned it over data privacy concerns.
As with everything, there is of course the risk of data bias and the current version of ChatGPT only contains data up to the year 2021 although the next version is just around the corner and promises to at least be able to retrieve information past that.
Chat GPT has gained a whopping 100 million users in just 2 months, so if you don’t want to be left behind and are keen to try it but would like a helping hand to guide you through the process, just get in touch and we are happy to help!
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