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How ChatGPT Could Embed a 'Watermark' in the Text It Generates - The New York Times

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When artificial intelligence software like ChatGPT writes, it considers many options for each word, taking into account the response it has written so far and the question being asked. It assigns a score to each option on the list, which quantifies how likely the word is to come next, based on the vast amount of human-written text it has analyzed. ChatGPT, which is built on what is known as a large language model, then chooses a word with a high score, and moves on to the next one. The model's output is often so sophisticated that it can seem like the chatbot understands what it is saying -- but it does not. Every choice it makes is determined by complex math and huge amounts of data.


Tools such as ChatGPT threaten transparent science; here are our ground rules for their use

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It has been clear for several years that artificial intelligence (AI) is gaining the ability to generate fluent language, churning out sentences that are increasingly hard to distinguish from text written by people. Last year, Nature reported that some scientists were already using chatbots as research assistants -- to help organize their thinking, generate feedback on their work, assist with writing code and summarize research literature (Nature 611, 192–193; 2022). But the release of the AI chatbot ChatGPT in November has brought the capabilities of such tools, known as large language models (LLMs), to a mass audience. Its developers, OpenAI in San Francisco, California, have made the chatbot free to use and easily accessible for people who don't have technical expertise. Millions are using it, and the result has been an explosion of fun and sometimes frightening writing experiments that have turbocharged the growing excitement and consternation about these tools.


How AI chatbots could change online search

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CHATGPT, AN ARTIFICIAL-INTELLIGENCE (AI) chatbot produced by OpenAI, a California-based startup, can generate human-like answers to questions. It can write poems, computer code and much more besides. UBS, a bank, reckons that since ChatGPT's launch in November it has attracted 100m monthly active users. On February 7th Microsoft announced that it will infuse Bing, its search engine, with some of ChatGPT's magic, thanks to a partnership with OpenAI. On the day before, Alphabet, Google's parent company, had said that it would soon launch Bard, its own AI chatbot.


ChatGPT Alternatives You Can Try Right Now

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The OpenAI chatbot ChatGPT has brought in a revolution of sorts in the world of technology. There is of course the looming threat on jobs, especially those of writers and artists, but there are also concerns over the manner in which artificial intelligence (AI) is getting integrated with the daily lives of people. Despite this, there has been a marked interest in ChatGPT alternatives. Interestingly, some of these are way better than OpenAI's chatbot. AI chatbots such as ChatGPT and its alternatives are neural language models based on the Transformer architecture.


The ChatGPT Model: A Real-Life Example - DZone

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Chatbots will be your new best friend. I would like to express my gratitude to ChatGPT for collaborating with me on this article. I composed this piece by repeatedly posting questions to ChatGPT and refining the responses. This demonstrates the practical application of the ChatGPT model in real life. It's important to note that to effectively utilize ChatGPT, one must be imaginative when crafting questions and provide thorough descriptions to elicit the desired information.