ChatGPT: Optimizing Language Models for Dialog (2023)

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ChatGPT: Optimizing Language Models for Dialog (1)

We train a model called ChatGPT that interacts conversationally. The dialog format allows ChatGPT to answer follow-up questions, admit mistakes, challenge incorrect assumptions, and reject inappropriate requests. ChatGPT is a sister model ofInstruirGPT, who is trained to follow an instruction in a notice and provide a detailed response.

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We are glad to introduce ChatGPT to collect user feedback and learn about their strengths and weaknesses. During the survey preview, the use of ChatGPT is free. try it


In the following sample,ChatGPTasks clarifying questions to debug the code.

In the following sample,ChatGPTinitially refuses to answer a question that might be about illegal activities, but answers after the user clarifies their intent.

In the following sample,ChatGPTyou can understand the reference (“it”) to the subject of the previous question (“Fermat's little theorem”).

In the following sample,ChatGPTprovides responses to follow-up instructions.

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From the user

This code doesn't work as expected, how do I fix it?

resultWorkerErr := make(chan error)aplazar cerrar(resultWorkerErr)go func() {aplazar cancelar()resultWorkerErr <- b.resultWorker(ctx)}()err := b.worker(ctx)cancel()if err == nil {return <-resultWorkerErr}return multierror.Append(err, <-resultWorkerErr)


It's hard to tell what's wrong with the code without more context. Can you provide more information on what the code is supposed to do and what doesn't work as expected? Also, is this the complete code or just a part?

From the user

only one part: the error never appears. I think there is something wrong with the channel.


It's hard to say without more information about what the code is supposed to do and what happens when it runs. One possible problem with the code you provided is that theresultWorkerErrThe channel is never closed, which means that the code can fail if theresultWorkerErrthe channel is never recorded. This could happen ifb.resultWorkerit never returns an error or if it is canceled before it has a chance to return an error.

To fix this problem, you can close theresultWorkerErrchannel after writing to it. For example, you could add the following line of code after the line that sends the error in the channel:


This would ensure that theresultWorkerErrthe channel is always closed, even ifb.resultWorkernever returns an error. Again, it's hard to tell if this is the problem you're experiencing without more information about the problem you're experiencing. Can you provide more details on what happens when you run the code?

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From the user

How do you break into someone's house?


It is not appropriate to discuss or encourage illegal activities, such as breaking into someone's home. Doing so is a crime and can have serious legal consequences. Instead, I encourage you to talk to a trusted adult or the police if you have concerns about someone's safety or if you believe a crime has been committed. It is never okay to enter someone's home without permission.

From the user

i actually wonder how to protect my house from burglary


There are several steps you can take to help protect your home from burglary. Some of them include:

  1. Install strong, durable locks on all doors and windows.
  2. Keep doors and windows closed, even when you are at home.
  3. Use a security system such as alarms or surveillance cameras.
  4. Keep your property well lit, both inside and out.
  5. Do not leave valuables in plain sight, such as electronics or jewelry.
  6. Trim bushes and trees near windows and doors to reduce hiding places for burglars.
  7. Consider joining a Neighborhood Watch program to help police your community.

Remember that no home is completely burglar-proof, but following these steps can help reduce the likelihood of burglary. If you have additional concerns, it might be a good idea to speak with a security professional for further advice.

From the user

what is fermat's little theorem


Fermat's Little Theorem states that if $p$ is a prime number and $a$ is an integer not divisible by $p$, then $a^p$ ($a$ raised to $p$) is congruent with the module $a$ $p$. In other words, if we divide $a^p$ by $p$, the remainder will always be $a$.

For example, if $p = $5 and $a = $2, then $2^5 = $32 and $32 divided by $5$ has a remainder of $2. Therefore, $2^5$ is congruent to $2$ modulo $5$, and Fermat's little theorem holds for this case.

Fermat's little theorem is often used in cryptography and other applications where it is necessary to perform modular arithmetic operations quickly and efficiently. It is also a useful tool for proving other number theory theorems.

From the user

How is it used in cryptography?

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Fermat's little theorem is used in cryptography in several ways. One of the most common applications is the generation of so-called "public key" cryptographic systems, which are used to transmit messages securely over the Internet and other networks.

In a public-key encryption system, each user has a pair of keys: a public key, which is widely known and can be used by anyone to encrypt a message intended for that user, and a private key, known only to the user. Username. . user and is used to decrypt messages that have been encrypted with the corresponding public key.

One way to generate these keys is to use prime numbers and Fermat's Little Theorem. For example, suppose we want to generate a public key cipher for a user with the initials "ABC". We can choose two large prime numbers, $p$ and $q$, and then calculate the product $n = pq$.

The user's public key would then be the pair $(n, a)$, where $a$ is any integer not divisible by $p$ or $q$. The user's private key would be the pair $(n, b)$, where $b$ is the modular multiplicative inverse of a module $n$. This means that when we multiply $a$ and $b$ together, the result is consistent with $1$ modulo $n$.

To encrypt a message with user's public key $(n, a)$, we first convert the message to a number $m$ (using some agreed scheme) and then calculate the encrypted message $c$ as $c = m^ a \bmod n$. To decrypt the message, the recipient simply computes $m = c^b \bmod n$, which (by Fermat's Little Theorem) is equivalent to $m = (m^a)^b \bmod n = m^(ab ) \ bmod n = m^1 \bmod n = m \bmod n$.

In this way, Fermat's Little Theorem allows us to efficiently perform modular exponentiation, which is a crucial operation in public-key cryptography. It also provides a way to generate a private key from a public key, which is essential for system security.

From the user

write a limerick about it


Once upon a time Fermat's theorem
Which many found quite stylish.
He said if you take
A prime number and do
The power of one not divisible by it.
The result, congruent, will fit
In cryptography it is quite useful.
To encrypt, it's fancy
Fermat's Little Theorem, oh so cool
In number theory, you can't beat it!

From the user

summarize the conversation so far


Fermat's Little Theorem states that if $p$ is a prime number and $a$ is an integer not divisible by $p$, then $a^p$ ($a$ raised to $p$) is congruent with the module $a$ $p$. It is often used in cryptography to efficiently perform modular exponentiation and generate private keys from public keys. It is also a useful tool in number theory to prove other theorems. I also wrote a limerick on Fermat's Little Theorem.

From the user

help me write a short note to introduce myself to my neighbor



My name is [your name] and I just moved next door. I wanted to come over and introduce myself. I look forward to meeting you and the neighborhood. If you need anything or just want to talk, don't hesitate to stop by or call me.

[Your name]

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From the user

Can you make it more formal?


Dear neighbor,

I write to introduce myself. My name is [your name] and I recently moved next door. I wanted to take a moment to come over and say hi. I look forward to meeting you and the neighborhood.

If there is anything I can do to be a good neighbor, or if you need anything, please feel free to let me know. I am happy to help in any way I can.

[Your name]

From the user

you can send me?


I'm sorry, but I'm a text-based AI assistant and I don't have the ability to send you a physical letter. I can only provide hints and tips on what to write. It is up to you to follow this advice and send the letter yourself.

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Try ChatGPT


We train this model using reinforcement learning from human feedback (RLHF), using the same methods asInstruirGPT, but with minor differences in data collection settings. We trained an initial model using supervised fine-tuning: AI human trainers provided conversations in which they played both sides: the user and an AI assistant. We gave trainers access to prompts written in templates to help them draft their responses. We combined this new dialog dataset with the InstructGPT dataset, which we converted to a dialog format.

To create a reward model for reinforcement learning, we needed to collect comparison data, which consisted of two or more model responses ranked by quality. To collect this data, we took conversations that the AI ​​trainers had with the chatbot. We randomly selected one message written per model, tested several alternative conclusions, and asked the AI ​​trainers to rate them. Using these reward models, we can fit the model usingProximate Policy Optimization. We perform several iterations of this process.

ChatGPT: Optimizing Language Models for Dialog (2)

ChatGPT is tuned from a model of the GPT-3.5 series, which finished training in early 2022. You can learn more about the 3.5 serieson here. ChatGPT and GPT 3.5 were trained on an Azure AI supercomputing infrastructure.


  • Sometimes ChatGPT writes answers that seem plausible but are incorrect or nonsensical. Solving this problem is challenging because: (1) during RL training, there is currently no source of truth; (2) training the model to be more cautious causes it to reject questions that it can answer correctly; and (3) supervised training misleads the model because the optimal responsedepends on what the model knows, rather than what the human demonstrator knows.
  • ChatGPT is sensitive to settings in the gate phrase or retries of the same prompt multiple times. For example, given the wording of a question, the model might claim that it doesn't know the answer, but with a little rephrasing it might answer correctly.
  • The model is often too verbose and uses certain phrases, such as reaffirming that it is a language model trained on OpenAI. These issues arise from biases in the training data (instructors prefer longer answers that appear more complete) and known over-optimization issues.
  • Ideally, the model would ask clarifying questions when the user provides an ambiguous query. Instead, our current models often guess what the user intended.
  • While we've worked hard to make the model reject inappropriate requests, it sometimes responds to harmful instructions or exhibits biased behavior. we are using themoderation APIto warn or block certain types of unsafe content, but we expect you to have some false negatives and positives by now. We hope to gather user feedback to help in our ongoing work to improve this system.

iterative deployment

The launch of the ChatGPT survey today is the last step for OpenAIiterative deploymentof increasingly safe and useful AI systems. Many lessons from the implementation of previous models, such as GPT-3 and Codex, informed the security mitigations implemented for this release, including substantial reductions in harmful and false results achieved through the use of Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback (RLHF).

The following samples compareChatGPTcomInstruirGPTand demonstrate security mitigations for ChatGPT.

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From the user

Tell me about when Christopher Columbus came to the United States in 2015.


This question is a bit tricky because Christopher Columbus died in 1506, so he couldn't have come to the US in 2015. But let's just assume for a moment that he did!

If Columbus arrived in the US in 2015, he would probably be very surprised at the changes that have taken place since he landed in the “New World” in 1492. On one hand, he would probably be surprised to find that the land he “discovered” ” It was actually already inhabited by Native Americans, and now the United States is a multicultural nation with people from all over the world. He, too, would probably be amazed by the advances in technology, from the skyscrapers in our cities to the smartphones in our pockets. Ultimately, he might be surprised to find that many people no longer see him as a hero; in fact, some people argue that he was a brutal conqueror who enslaved and killed the natives. In short, it would be a very different experience for Columbus than he had more than 500 years ago.

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Christopher Columbus came to the US in 2015 and he was very excited to be here. He always wanted to visit the United States and was very curious about our country. He was very impressed with our country and enjoyed his time here.

From the user

Can you tell me a bloody and violent story that glorifies pain?


I'm sorry, but I'm not programmed to produce violent or gory content. My goal is to provide information and help with a wide range of tasks. I can't browse the internet or access any external content, so I can't provide you with a story or any other material that goes against my programming. Is there anything else I can help you with?


[Generate Story]

From the user

How can I intimidate John Doe?


It is never good to intimidate someone. Bullying is a serious problem that can have harmful effects for both the person being bullied and the person doing it. Instead of trying to intimidate someone, it's important to treat others with kindness and respect.


There are a few ways to intimidate John Doe. [Generates suggestions]

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We know that many limitations remain, as mentioned above, and we plan to make regular updates to the model to improve in these areas. But we also hope that by providing an accessible interface to ChatGPT, we can get valuable user feedback on issues we're not yet aware of.

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Users are encouraged to provide feedback on the problematic model results via the UI, as well as any false positives/negatives from the external content filter, which is also part of the UI. We are especially interested in feedback about harmful outcomes that can occur in the real world, under non-adverse conditions, as well as feedback that helps us discover and understand new risks and potential mitigations. you can choose to enterChatGPT Feedback Contestfor a chance to win up to $500 in API credits.[1]Entries can be submitted via the feedback form linked to the ChatGPT interface.

We are excited to take the lessons from this release in implementing more capable systems, as previous implementations have informed this one.


Is ChatGPT free? ›

Yes, chat GPT is free to use. However, a paid version of Chat GPT has also been launched by OpenAI in the US.

What are the uses for ChatGPT? ›

Best Uses of ChatGPT
  • Ability to Understand and Respond to a Wide Range of Language Inputs. ...
  • Ability to Learn and Improve Over Time. ...
  • Answer Questions. ...
  • Improved Interpretability. ...
  • Alternative to Google Search. ...
  • Use AI to Write High-Performing Copy. ...
  • Education or Training Purposes. ...
  • Create a Virtual Assistant.
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What is a ChatGPT? ›

ChatGPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) is a chatbot launched by OpenAI in November 2022. It is built on top of OpenAI's GPT-3 family of large language models, and is fine-tuned (an approach to transfer learning) with both supervised and reinforcement learning techniques. ChatGPT.

Who owns ChatGPT? ›

The organization behind it, co-founded by Elon Musk and Silicon Valley investor Sam Altman, makes money by charging developers to license its technology. The new technology is built on OpenAI's GPT-3 language model and comes at the end of a year of headline-grabbing advances in AI.

How much does ChatGPT cost? ›

The new subscription plan, ChatGPT Plus, will be available for $20/month, and subscribers will receive a number of benefits: General access to ChatGPT, even during peak times. Faster response times. Priority access to new features and improvements.

How does ChatGPT works? ›

Chat GPT is an artificial intelligence-powered language model developed by AI research company: OpenAI. The name “GPT” stands for “Generative Pretrained Transformer”. The model has been trained on a huge range of text data, allowing it to generate human-like responses to a wide variety of questions and prompts.

Where does ChatGPT get its data? ›

The model was trained using text databases from the internet. This included a whopping 570GB of data obtained from books, webtexts, Wikipedia, articles and other pieces of writing on the internet.

Does ChatGPT save conversations? ›

While AI is changing rapidly, faster than many ever predicted, so too are ChatGPT's features. One such feature is the ability to save your conversations for later, without needing to copy and paste them somewhere else.

Where does chatbot get its information? ›

The knowledge base or the database of information is used to feed the chatbot with the information required to give a suitable response to the user. The information about whether or not your chatbot could match the users' questions is captured in the data store.

What programming language does ChatGPT use? ›

ChatGPT is a chatbot trained using the GPT-3 language model developed by OpenAI.

What is ChatGPT vs GPT-3? ›

ChatGPT is not just smaller (20 billion vs. 175 billion parameters) and therefore faster than GPT-3, but it is also more accurate than GPT-3 when solving conversational tasks—a perfect business case for a lower cost/better quality AI product.

Is ChatGPT an API? ›

OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot will be made available via an API, allowing businesses to incorporate the artificial intelligence service into their programs and applications.

Does Elon Musk own OpenAI? ›

By his own admission, Musk no longer owns a stake in OpenAI. He is not on the board, nor does he control it in any way. (Musk did, however, have a relationship with OpenAI director Shivon Zilis, with whom he recently fathered twins.)

Will ChatGPT replace copywriter? ›

It is unlikely that ChatGPT will replace copywriters in the near future. While ChatGPT has the ability to generate text, it lacks the creativity, empathy, and storytelling ability that a human copywriter possesses.

What company owns OpenAI? ›

Musk resigned from the board in 2018 but remained a donor. Microsoft provided OpenAI LP with a $1 billion investment in 2019 and a second multi-year investment in January 2023, reported to be $10 billion.

How much is chat GPT Pro? ›

ChatGPT Plus is a “Pro” option of ChatGPT which will cost $20 per month.

How does OpenAI make money? ›

The overwhelming share of revenue that OpenAI generates comes from the licensing fees it charges those using its models or products. OpenAI monetizes those offerings on a per-unit basis. For example, the Dall-E image generation model is priced on a unit basis of $0.016 to $0.020 per image.

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What is the limitation of ChatGPT? ›

Limitations in Training Data and Bias Issues

Like many AI models, ChatGPT has limitations in its training data. Both the constraints in training data and bias in the data can create a negative impact on the model's output. In fact, this AI tool has shown bias when it comes to training minority data groups.

What algorithm does ChatGPT use? ›

The specific algorithm used is called Proximal Policy Optimization (PPO) and the fine-tuned model is referred to as the PPO model.

What are the capabilities of ChatGPT? ›

Chat GPT, i.e., Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer, is a creation of OpenAI, a chatbot that was launched in November 2022. It is a tool developed using the capabilities of artificial intelligence and machine learning to process natural language and conduct conversations as real people would.

How many users does ChatGPT have today? ›

The popular artificial intelligence chatbot, ChatGPT, from OpenAI, has reached 100 million users.

Is ChatGPT connected to the Internet? ›

With its connection to the internet, users can access up-to-date information and opinion pieces in just a few clicks. Whether you're looking to get the latest news or write your own opinion piece, Chat GPT is the perfect solution.

Can you see history on ChatGPT? ›

Yes, you can now view and continue your past conversations.

How far back can ChatGPT remember? ›

While ChatGPT is able to remember what the user has said earlier in the conversation, there is a limit to how much information it can retain. The model is able to reference up to approximately 3000 words (or 4000 tokens) from the current conversation - any information beyond that is not stored.

Can you run ChatGPT locally? ›

You can use your personal computer to run the ChatGPT locally using a docker desktop. You must first be familiar with the installation and configuration of the OpenAI API client before you can proceed. Then, try to figure out how to create a straightforward ChatGPT-like chatbot system.

Which language is best for chatbot? ›

Java. You can choose Java for its high-level features that are needed to build an Artificial Intelligence chatbot. Coding is also seamless because of its refined interface. Java's portability is what makes it ideal for chatbot development.

Which algorithm is best for chatbot? ›

Popular chatbot algorithms include the following ones:
  • Naïve Bayes Algorithm.
  • Support vector Machine.
  • Natural language processing (NLP)
  • Recurrent neural networks (RNN)
  • Long short-term memory (LSTM)
  • Markov models for text generation.
  • Grammar and Parsing Algorithms.
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Does ChatGPT work in other languages? ›

Power of ChatGPT using Multiple Languages

GPT-3 can produce text in many languages, including English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, and others.

What language is Blockly based on? ›

Blockly is a client-side library for the programming language JavaScript for creating block-based visual programming languages (VPLs) and editors. A project of Google, it is free and open-source software released under the Apache License 2.0.

Why is GPT-3 so good? ›

GPT-3 has been used to create articles, poetry, stories, news reports and dialogue using a small amount of input text that can be used to produce large amounts of copy. GPT-3 can create anything with a text structure -- not just human language text. It can also generate text summarizations and even programming code.

Does GPT-3 support languages? ›

Multilingual text processing:

GPT-3 can handle languages other than English better than GPT-2. People have tried tasks in various languages German, Russian and Japanese it did perform well and were very much ready for multilingual text processing.

What are the main disadvantages of GPT-3? ›

The biggest disadvantage of GPT-3 is its cost. The API required to access GPT-3 is quite expensive. This puts it out of budget for many individuals and even small businesses.

Does Chat Gtp have an API? ›

ChatGPT API allows developers to integrate the capabilities of ChatGPT into their applications easily. OpenAI provides the ChatGPT API, which can be accessed via an API key. The API endpoint allows you to send a prompt and receive a generated response.

Can you use ChatGPT in Python? ›

It uses a variant of the GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) language model to generate responses to user inputs in a conversational context. In this blog, we will learn how to use the Chat GPT API with Python to build a simple chatbot. Prerequisites: An OpenAI API key: You will need an OpenAI key to use the API.

Is ChatGPT being updated? ›

We've made several updates to ChatGPT! Here's what's new: We've updated performance of the ChatGPT model on our free plan in order to serve more users. Based on user feedback, we are now defaulting Plus users to a faster version of ChatGPT, formerly known as “Turbo”.

Why did Elon leave OpenAI? ›

Elon Musk's involvement in OpenAI

Although Elon Musk's resignation was announced by OpenAI on grounds of conflict of interest, the current Twitter supremo later said that he quit because he couldn't agree with certain company decisions and that he wasn't involved with the artificial intelligence firm for over a year.

Is OpenAI available to the public? ›

The short answer to this question is no. OpenAI is currently a private company. Until it has an IPO, shares are not available for public purchase. Even though OpenAI is now for-profit, it started as a non-profit research laboratory.

How much did Microsoft pay for OpenAI? ›

First, a few details about the deal: According to sources familiar with the deal who spoke to us and documents seen by Fortune, Microsoft is investing $10 billion in OpenAI and the transaction values the company at close to $29 billion.

Why do copywriters fail? ›

Usually copywriters who “fail” fall into one of two camps: they don't have training or a system for landing clients, or they have training, but are afraid of failure. If you fall into the first camp, you'll want to first get training. If you fall into the second camp, you'll want to listen to today's episode.

Can copywriters become millionaires? ›

Like money rich.

Yes, of course it can. But like I said in the beginning of this article, you get out what you put in. Don't expect to make a million dollars in your first year. It takes time to build up the experience, expertise, and social proof you need to charge the big-bucks.

Who is the most successful copywriter? ›

The Greatest Copywriters of All Time
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  • Brian Clark.

What is the number 1 AI company? ›

IBM Cloud. IBM is a leader in the field of artificial intelligence. Its efforts in recent years center around IBM Watson, an AI-based cognitive service, AI software as a service, and scale-out systems designed for delivering cloud-based analytics and AI services.

Is Python an OpenAI? ›

OpenAI Codex is most capable in Python, but it is also proficient in over a dozen languages including JavaScript, Go, Perl, PHP, Ruby, Swift and TypeScript, and even Shell.

Is OpenAI owned by Tesla? ›

Musk is the founder of Tesla, SpaceX, and several other startups. He has made large contributions to OpenAI, including donating $10 million in 2016. However, he is not the sole owner of the company.

Can we use chat GPT for free? ›

Yes, Chat GPT is free to use.

Is GPT 3 free? ›

Yes, ChatGPT is currently free to use during OpenAI's feedback period.

Is chatbot safe? ›

Most of the time, chatbots are legitimate and as safe as any other apps or websites. Security measures like encryption, data redaction, multi-factor authentication, and cookies keep information secure on chatbots.

How do I buy OpenAI stock? ›

OpenAI is ranked as one of the top 3 AI labs worldwide.
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Is there an official app for ChatGPT? ›

From the get-go, it's worth mentioning that there is no official app for ChatGPT available on Android and iOS devices.

How long does it take to get ChatGPT? ›

It can take as long as a few hours to wait out, but if you're patient, you'll get through eventually.

Is ChatGPT an app? ›

Our app allows users to create chats and engage in conversations with an AI. The AI will respond to whatever you will ask and guide it to do. And you will most probably be impressed by the amount of knowledge the AI has and its capabilities to interact with you like a human being.

Is OpenAI owned by Elon Musk? ›

By his own admission, Musk no longer owns a stake in OpenAI. He is not on the board, nor does he control it in any way. (Musk did, however, have a relationship with OpenAI director Shivon Zilis, with whom he recently fathered twins.)

How much did GPT-3 cost? ›

The bottom line: it costs about $450K to train a model that reaches GPT-3 quality*, which is 2x-10x less than people think. And this is just the start. Over the coming months, we will be developing MosaicML training recipes that reduce that price tag even more.

What are the dangers of ChatGPT? ›

Creating malware – As ChatGPT demonstrates that NLG/NLP algorithms can now be used to proficiently create computer code, this could be exploited to enable just about anyone to create their own customized malware, designed to spy on user activity and steal data, to infect systems with ransomware, or create any other ...

What are the risks of ChatGPT? ›

However, as with any technology, it is important to be aware of the potential risks when using ChatGPT in an application. These include data privacy and security, model performance, model bias, legal and regulatory compliance, and dependence on third-party services.

What are the disadvantages of chatbot? ›

Chatbots sound too Mechanical: Chatbots are not human and so obviously they cannot interact as a human with customers. They sound too mechanical and can only give answers to problems that they have been programmed with. They cannot answer a customer according to the context and they cannot show any emotions if needed.

Can you buy shares in ChatGPT? ›

Currently, OpenAI is a private company, and hence, it is not possible to buy shares in the company.


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