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IT Voice January 2023 Edition

IT Voice January 2023
IT Voice January 2023


“From the Editor”

AI has become more and more integrated into our daily lives and is not only a technology. We see brand-new advancements every day in every aspect of life, from politics to economics. Technol- ogy, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things (IoT) have made it possible for us to effortlessly visit numerous places that we previously couldn’t.

Technology plays a direct role in our life, from the In- ternet research we perform to the products that are delivered to our door with just one click. Artificial intelligence (AI) has trans- formed technology across many sectors and provided solutions to a number of societal issues.

And now let’s get into all the matter about ChatGPT: The internet is being completely overtaken by OpenAI’s ChatGPT. On the official website of OpenAI, the AI-powered chatbot is available for public testing, and users may practical- ly test out its functions for free. Many even claim that because ChatGPT’s responses are more conversational and human-like, it has a great deal of potential to replace Google Search. Further- more, ChatGPT can even examine and produce programmes in a matter of seconds, which is bad news for aspiring program- mers. Even challenging math issues can be resolved using it. Like other technologies, ChatGPT has its shortcomings, which the business has acknowledged.

What’s ChatGPT?
Simply put, ChatGPT is a chatbot where users can ask questions, and the platform uses artificial intelligence (AI) to provide replies. The company has created it so that users can receive both techni- cal and non-jargony responses.

The chatbot employs Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback (RLHF) technology, according to the business, but has been modified to sound friendlier to people. It is built on GPT-3.5, a language model for deep learning that generates text that resembles human speech. If consumers ask the same question again in the future, they can receive different answers. That’s because the chatbot will develop over time and use ma- chine learning to better interpret requests.

After the tests are finished, OpenAI can make ChatGPT’s underlying technology available to businesses that use chatbots. As an illustration, the chatbot can be utilised for students, personal assistants (to aid users with duties like scheduling, reminders, and other everyday activities), and customer service (for Airtel, Paytm, Swiggy, and more) (to help them solve complex questions in simple words).


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