ChatGPT is an AI language model that was trained with a large amount of text from various sources. Unlike traditional chatbots, Chat GPT-3 does not have access to external information and instead relies on the data it has been trained with. This data includes books, articles, websites, and other texts from a wide range of sources. The latest OpenAI model has caused a stir on the Internet.
Experts have praised the model for its intuitive capabilities, which range from writing articles to generating code. However, some experts, including the founder of OpenAI, have expressed concern that the hype surrounding GPT-3 is “too much”. The launch of the model coincides with OpenAI's new business model of commercializing its AI through an API. GPT-3 has certainly captured the attention of data science enthusiasts and has demonstrated that general artificial intelligence is becoming a reality.
In this blog, we will explore the various aspects of GPT-3, from its basic components to its performance and potential applications.