A subscription service is being tested in the United States by the company that has created the well-known AI chatbot ChatGPT.
Subscribers can pay $20 (£16) on a monthly basis to have access to the platform even when it is difficult to log onto, as well as being given “priority access” to new features, according to chatbot creator OpenAI.
The company intends to broaden the experiment in the future, but for now, it is only available to those who are on the waiting list.
The company mentioned that the no-cost option will remain available.
In a blog post, OpenAI declared that they wanted their subscription service to facilitate free access. As of now, it costs the company a nominal fee each time the chatbot is employed.
ChatGPT has the ability to generate responses resembling those of a human by referencing the internet for information.
The looming danger of plagiarism can be avoided by restructuring text without altering its context or meaning. It is imperative to maintain the same markdown formatting.
The practice of using the same words and phrases of another author without citing them is known as plagiarism. It is a form of academic dishonesty, and it is essential to avoid it in all situations. To bypass it, one must change the structure of the text without altering the underlying message or context. This can be done by rewording sentences, switching up sentence order, or using synonyms or different phrases.
Not long after its unveiling, Sam Altman of OpenAI tweeted that the platform had been utilized more than a million times. Yet since then, no other statistics have been made available by the company.
People have become fascinated by chatbots due to their capability in copying a variety of writing styles, from that of a journalist, doctor, rock star, to a student’s essay writing.
Nick Cave referred to his songwriting as a “grotesque mockery” in his own style.
ChatGPT is being used for various purposes, including producing website and promotional materials, searching for recipes, and verifying programming instructions.
Anxieties have been raised that students may already be utilizing the technology to do their schoolwork, and certain cyber security professionals have cautioned that it might be altered into creating malware, which is a type of malevolent software.
‘What Lies Ahead for Search Engines?’
This week, OpenAI presented a new program that they assert is able to recognize if text has been composed by a person or an AI.
Experts contend that sophisticated chatbots may eventually become the norm for search engines, using AI to discover the single precise response to a query instead of providing multiple links.
ChatGPT does not provide any details about the accuracy of its output, and there are plenty of cases in which it has presented incorrect information as fact.
The content available on the internet in 2021 is limited to version three of the product. Furthermore, the organization has declared that work is being done on the successive version.
ChatGPT is recognized as a language learning model, with firms like Google constructing their own version, Lamda. Blake Lemoine, an engineer who had worked on the project, was so amazed by the performance of Lamda that he thought it had attained sentience.
The termination of Mr Lemoine was announced, yet Google has persistently rejected the allegation. Additionally, they have not opened up Lamda to the public.