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ChatGPT Plus

ChatGPT Plus

OpenAI recently announced a new paid version of its chatbot, called ChatGPT Plus. It's currently not available, but one can join the waitlist, and the eventual price will be $20 per month. ChatGPT Plus will provide access even during peak times, faster responses, and first access to new features. This premium version is an exciting development for businesses and individuals who rely on ChatGPT for various applications, including customer service, content creation, and research.

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Responses by ChatGPT

Responses by ChatGPT

OpenAI's text-to-image generator, DALL-E, is a well-known creation of the company. ChatGPT is another tool from this power player in artificial intelligence, and it's currently available for anyone to try out for free. The bot responds to natural language prompts, offering conversational, somewhat stilted responses. The bot remembers the thread of your dialogue, using previous questions and answers to inform its next responses. It derives its answers from massive volumes of information on the internet, and while it may not be perfect, it's still an impressive feat of AI technology.

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Is ChatGPT a website or App?

Is ChatGPT a website or App?

ChatGPT is available via a webpage, so no downloading is needed. OpenAI has yet to release an official app, despite the fact that app stores are full of fake versions. Users should install and use any ChatGPT apps with caution since they are not official. Using ChatGPT is as simple as visiting the website and typing in a prompt.

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The fastest user-friendly bot.

The fastest user-friendly bot.

ChatGPT has rapidly become a widely used tool on the internet, with an estimated 100 million monthly users as of February 2023. The New York Times, citing internal sources, said 30 million people use ChatGPT daily. These numbers are impressive, especially given that ChatGPT has only been available for a few months. It's an indication of the bot's ease of use and usefulness.

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Criticism

Criticism

Like any new technology, ChatGPT has faced criticism. StackOverflow, a popular software developer site, banned ChatGPT answers to programming questions. Administrators cautioned that the average rate of getting correct answers from ChatGPT is too low, making it substantially harmful to the site and users. The journal Science also banned ChatGPT text in January, with the Editor in Chief stating that an AI program cannot be an author. Elon Musk also expressed concerns over OpenAI training ChatGPT using Twitter's database, which led to the end of the exercise.

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Scores from various exams

Scores from various exams

Google programmer Kenneth Goodman tried ChatGPT on a number of exams, and the bot's scores are impressive. It scored 70% on the United States Medical Licensing Examination, 70% on a bar exam for lawyers, nine out of 15 correct on another legal test, the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination, 78% on New York state's high school chemistry exams multiple-choice section, and ranked in the 40th percentile on the Law School Admission Test. These scores demonstrate the bot's ability to understand complex concepts and provide accurate answers, although educators have expressed concerns.

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Integration with other apps

Integration with other apps

ChatGPT's integration with other apps is an exciting prospect for many. Users can integrate the bot in Google Docs, Microsoft, Telegram, and WhatsApp, use voice commands with ChatGPT, combine ChatGPT with a search engine, use it anywhere as a Google extension, and save everything learned from ChatGPT. OpenAI has also created a Twitter account for ChatGPT, allowing users to interact with the bot in a different way. The integration of ChatGPT

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Fun Fact

Fun Fact

The AI chatbot was put to the test and I was asked to solve the UPSC Civil Service Prelims 2022 question paper. However, out of 100 questions, ChatGPT got only 54 questions right. The general category cut-off for the exam was 87.54. Hence, ChatGPT failed to clear one of the toughest exams in the world.

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CURATOR'S NOTE

As the author of this article, I will provide you with a brief overview of my article on ChatGPT. In this article, I discuss my initial experience with ChatGPT, its features such as ChatGPT Plus and its availability via a webpage. I also highlight the bot's popularity and mention some criticisms. Lastly, I touch on the bot's scores on various exams and its integration with other apps.

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