Elon Musk’s chatbots…Will “ChatGPT” replace humans?

In light of the digital transformation and digitization that the world is witnessing, artificial intelligence occupies an important place in human life and is increasing day by day.

In addition to giving robots more roles to occupy in the hope of comforting the human element, many people wondered whether or not robots would replace individuals in the near future.

Elon Musk’s chatbots

What is AI bot ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is a dialogue-based chatbot (AI), capable of understanding natural human language and creating impressively detailed human-like written text.

It is the latest evolution of the GPT family, or Generative Pre-Trained Generative Transformers (AI) systems for text generation, according to the guardian.

Who made it?

The new AI is the latest chatbot from OpenAI, an independent research body founded by Elon Musk.

Musk co-founded the startup with other investors, including technology venture capitalist Sam Altman in late 2015, saying the think tank would advance digital intelligence in the way most likely to benefit humanity, according to a blog post at the time.

Twitter’s CEO has since left the board, tweeting that after learning OpenAI was accessing the platform’s database for training he paused it.

Adding that he needs to understand more about the structure and revenue plans to move forward, starting OpenAI as an open source and not-for-profit.

How does it work?

Trained by artificial intelligence and machine learning, the system is designed to provide information and answer questions through a conversational interface.

And the artificial intelligence is trained on a huge sample of texts taken from the Internet, besides, OpenAI explained that the new artificial intelligence was created with a focus on ease of use.

Following on from last week’s statement that the dialogue format makes it possible for ChatGPT to answer follow-up questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect assumptions, and reject inappropriate requests.

How can it be used?

Early adopters described the technology as an alternative to Google because it is able to provide descriptions, answers, and solutions to complex questions, including ways to write code, solve layout problems, and optimize queries.

Real-world applications could include creating content for websites, answering customer inquiries, providing recommendations, as well as creating automated chatbots.

Can ChatGPT replace humans?

There has been speculation that professions that rely on content production could become obsolete, including everything from playwrights and professors to programmers and journalists.

The ability to create human-like written text has also prompted suggestions that technology could replace journalists.

However, at its current stage, the chatbot lacks the nuance, critical thinking skills, or capacity for ethical decision-making that are essential to successful journalism.

In addition, their current knowledge base expires in 2021, which means you won’t be able to find answers to some queries and searches.

Furthermore, ChatGPT can also give answers that are completely wrong and present the wrong information as fact, writing “answers that seem reasonable but are incorrect or illogical, the company admits.

Hence OpenAI says fixing this problem is difficult, because there is no source of truth in the data they use to train the model, and also that supervised training can be misleading because the perfect answer depends on what the model knows, rather than what humans know.