Is ChatGPT Going To Replace Native Search?

Is ChatGPT Going To Replace Native Search?

ChatGPT is truly a groundbreaking AI technology launched by OpenAI in November 2022. ChatGPT is a chatbot which is built on top of OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 family of large language models, and is fine-tuned with both supervised and reinforcement learning techniques, But 99% of people don’t know how to harness its full potential.

The fastest-growing website, is gaining over one million daily unique visitors. The next Gen will use ChatGPT like this Gen uses Google perhaps, Data is the currency in the new economic order more and more, I don’t see any bad outcome from ChatGPT.

A1 is not going to replace humans, People who use A1 will replace those who don’t. Humans are amplified by technology not replaced by it. If you’re ever confused about a complicated topic… Log into ChatGPT and type:

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“Explain [complex topic] like I’m 5 years old.” It’ll output a dead-simple, easy-to-follow response, It’s incredible for learning. Seemly, articles on the web can be a pain in the ass to read. There’s far too many:

  • Annoying paywalls
  • Unnecessary paragraphs
  • Distracting advertisements

Luckily, ChatGPT can save you time and hassle. It’ll summarize main points from any URL you feed it.

Patrick Bet-David of the PBD Podcast noted that ChatGPT could either cause massive unemployment in the tech space or it could end up being a useful tool for everyone and creating millions of new jobs. Either way, innovation is moving at an exponential pace.

But I’ve needed to tweak its outputs to my specifications to get exactly what I’m after. I have no doubt that in time it may get to a point where developers and CS grads may no longer need to develop as much, but as of now, I view them as more of an extremely efficient assistant.

What do Elon Musk and Peter Thiel have to do with OpenAI and ChatGTP? How much does ChatGTP cost and why are there no research reports on it?

Greg Brockman @gdb, President and Co-founder of OpenAI has predicted that 2023 holds groundbreaking advancements and mass adoption for Artificial Intelligence.

I feel like it’s going to get to the point that teachers are eventually using the same AI to grade papers that the students used to write said paper. It will be AI grading its own work and revising itself.

I have used ChatGPT extensively and it is very impressive for a lot of things, but it definitely can not replace a human just yet, there are too many gaps in its understanding and functionality to make up for the flexibility and adaptability of a human. A human using it is gold, We are training it the more we use it. It will just get smarter and smarter like it has in just a year. We went from Openai, to Dalle-2 to chatGPT.

It doesn’t have to be one or the other. A1 replications can have a sweeping impact on society at large. It can and likely will disrupt everything from business, to education, to literature. And it’s only one subset of the overall AI movement. What happens when systems converge?

I don’t see any bad outcome from ChatGPT. It’ll help people maximize their output, People will adapt to technologies being developed around them. There’s no reason to be pessimistic about it, the sky has been falling for ages, but we always survive.

OpenAI’s expected $29 billion valuation is only the latest signal of the artificial intelligence craze even as the tech industry faces layoffs and tough economic conditions. Investors funneled more money into generative AI companies in 2022 than in the previous five years combined, reaching a total of $1.37 billion, according to Pitchbook. The excitement saw companies like AI text startup Jasper valued at $1.5 billion in October, around a year after it was founded, and image generator Stability AI reached a $1 billion valuation at the same time. (LinkedIn News)

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