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ChatGPT: Microsoft to invest billions in chatbot maker OpenAI



By: Alvin Fang


ChatGPT was released in 2020 by Open AI, and ever since, it has attracted lots of attention. Lately, Microsoft invested 1 billion dollars in Open AI.


Last week, chief executive Satya Nadella said, "The next major wave of computing is being born, with advances in AI."


ChatGPT is one of the most advanced bots, answering almost any question you ask it, and you would think it can do anything you want it to do. But it can’t. More than 99% of their code is a failure. This caused some kids to start cheating on exams and writing harm. Some have suggested that ChatGPT is a threat to industry leaders.


Google has previously held back from releasing some AI systems for public use.

Researchers said there was a risk the system, which is trained on data scraped from the web, would learn "harmful stereotypes and representations.”


But, not everything about ChatGPT is negative. The Microsoft committee believes that ChatGPT is trustworthy and safe. Some reports suggest that Microsoft might even invest an extra 10 billion dollars [in…]. However, Microsoft did not do that.


ChatGPT is able to explain to you many of your questions. It can also help you do almost anything. Need an explanation for algebra? ChatGPT can tell you. Want to write an article about dolphins? ChatGPT can help you.


ChatGPT will tell you directly what you ask. Unlike google-which gives you articles-ChatGPT can answer.


“It’s definitely something that can make a developer’s job easier in terms of basic simple tasks that are repetitive, or can help developers look at a different approach/way/direction to solve a problem in debugging/programming without losing a lot of time in research online.


However, since it is still unverified in terms of what it offers as a solution, the programmer should be experienced enough to know what this tool writes for him, if it is correct and safe, and to what extent he can use it in programming,” 28-year-old Skopje-based software developer Ivana tells The Recursive.



Sources:

ChatGPT: Microsoft to invest billions in chatbot maker OpenAI - BBC News

Is ChatGPT Good or Bad? | Aite-Novarica

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