Following the success of ChatGPT Super Artificial Intelligence (AI), ChatGPT Professional Premium Edition will be launched in the near future.
Experts warn that ChatGPT could be misused for phishing campaigns, hacking, spreading misinformation and plagiarism.
Will ChatGPT replace Google?
ChatGPT is built by OpenAI artificial intelligence research company on the basis of the GPT-3 language processing model, which can talk back and forth and “combine” according to the user’s request.
On January 23, 2023, Microsoft announced the expansion of its partnership with OpenAI and announced a new multi-year investment of approximately $10 billion in the artificial intelligence race. It’s heating up. Notably, the announcement of the partnership with ChatGPT comes a week after Microsoft announced it would lay off 10,000 employees worldwide.
OpenAI also has a famous founder, tech billionaire Elon Musk, known for developing futuristic and space-scale projects including SpaceX, Tesla, and recently became the new owner of OpenAI. Twitter.
OpenAI was co-founded in 2015 by billionaire Elon Musk and investor Sam Altman, but Musk left the board in 2018. Microsoft, one of the first companies to inject capital into the company, has capital. $1 billion in 2019.
Microsoft will soon integrate ChatGPT with Bing, a search engine that competes with Google. This search engine is more responsive to Internet users than displaying a list of links. According to Forbes, OpenAI recently revealed that it will launch an advanced version of ChatGPT called “ChatGPT Professional” — for a fee, of course — with faster response times and an unlimited number of requests. Specific fees have not yet been announced.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said he was shocked by the popularity of ChatGPT. Mr. Altman said that ChatGPT is moving in the direction of generalization with the community, and like any other AI, it is controversial and does not rule out the risk of being misused.
Smart like ChatGPT
Not only passed the American Medical License Examination, but also passed the MBA exam of the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, ChatGPT also continued to radiate wisdom.
According to a recent study by Wharton professor Christian Terwiesch, ChatGPT can pass the final exam of the school’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program with a grade of B- to B.
Professor Terwiesch said the AI-powered GPT-3 chatbot’s scores demonstrated its extraordinary ability to automate certain skills of the average well-paid knowledge worker. Especially knowledge workers in jobs traditionally reserved for MBA graduates, such as analysts, managers, and consultants. He also concluded that ChatGPT is also very good at modifying its responses to human suggestions.
Professor Terwiesch’s findings come amid growing concern among educators that artificial intelligence chatbots could help students cheat, NBC News reported. While chatbots (one of the automated response systems) are not a new technology, ChatGPT will hit social media by the end of 2022.
Earlier this month, New York City’s educational agency announced a ban on the use of ChatGPT on school devices and the web. Much of the debate has focused on ChatGPT conversations and topic-aligned responses, making it difficult to distinguish between AI and human responders.
Experts in artificial intelligence and education also acknowledge that chatbots like ChatGPT could have a detrimental effect on the future of education.
In recent interviews, however, some educators and experts have not paid much attention to the issue. Andrew Karolyi, dean of Cornell University’s (US) SC Johnson School of Business, told the Financial Times that ChatGPT will continue to improve and that administrators and universities need to invest in chatbots to thrive. educate.
Likewise, Professor Terwiesch believes there is a way to combine education with artificial intelligence to improve student learning. However, some experts also warn that ChatGPT could be misused for purposes such as phishing, hacking, spreading misinformation and abetting plagiarism.