Chatbots powered by artificial intelligence are not new but this one is different.
ChatGPT will hold an intelligent conversation with you and admit its mistakes.
One million people have already put it to the test in an open trial.
Could this be the future of teaching and journalism?
If you found this blog by searching online, artificial intelligence brought you here. AI, as it’s universally known, is all around us from online virtual assistants to systems that tell farmers when to sow and reap their crops.
But there’s a new tech kid in town: an AI tool that cannot only hold a human-like conversation with you but will admit its mistakes, correct your false assumptions and, maybe even one day, write articles like this one?
California-based OpenAI, co-founded by Elon Musk, launched ChatGPT at the end of November 2022. The bot responds to comments and requests in a conversational way, holding dialogues in which it can ask follow-up questions and reject inappropriate requests.