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ChatGPT AI Tool Responds And Writes Like A Human

02:55 PM December 13, 2022

Artificial intelligence has dazzled the world with AI-generated photos. Now, prepare to be amazed by AI-generated written content from ChatGPT!

It is an AI chatbot that answers user questions with human-like responses. Moreover, it can write essays, translate text, and solve computer coding problems. 


In this article, we will learn more about what ChatGPT can do and how it works. More importantly, we will explain its limitations and why you must adapt to digital trends as soon as possible.

What is ChatGPT?

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It is a type of machine learning called a Large Learning Model. It follows algorithms or rules to predict the next word in a sentence based on vast amounts of data.

Eventually, the tool can perform more tasks as it trains on more data. Sometimes, they can develop unintended abilities. 

According to Stanford University, that happened when OpenAI was developing ChatGPT. It gained the ability to translate English text into French.

Nowadays, this AI tool can do so much more. For example, Lifehacker writer Jake Peterson asked ChatGPT to write a scary story about a killer clove of garlic. Here is part of the result:

“Once upon a time, in a small Italian village, there was a clove of garlic that was unlike any other. It was larger and more pungent than the others, with a dark and sinister aura.”

“No one knew where it came from, but it soon became known as the ‘killer garlic.’”

Then, Peterson modified the tale by telling the tool to discuss the garlic clove’s backstory. In response, it shared this text:

“As it turns out, the killer garlic had been cursed by an evil witch, who had been seeking revenge against the villagers for a wrong they had done to her many years ago.”


“She had imbued the garlic with dark magic, turning it into a deadly weapon that could poison anyone who ate it.”

Aside from writing silly stories, ChatGPT can provide recipes, create business plans, and write press releases. As a result, some teachers worry about its misuse by students.

They say it could make homework useless because ChatGPT can create unique essays for students. Also, computer teachers have a similar problem because the tool can write code. 

What are the limits of ChatGPT?

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Does ChatGPT mean computers may think for us? It is a groundbreaking AI program, but it has many flaws. 

First, it predicts what word should come after a previous word in a sentence or paragraph. It does not check for accuracy and only refers to content before 2021.

You must provide up-to-date text to ensure ChatGPT content has accurate information. If you still need to create the content, it is better to leave the AI tool.

Second, OpenAI ensured that ChatGPT would not create text depicting graphic violence, sex, or similarly harmful information.

Third, those limitations cause ChatGPT to have biases that avoid negativity. OpenAI probably intended these flaws to keep people from creating harmful content with their tool.

However, that greatly limits its purposes in the real world. For example, you cannot ask ChatGPT to write news articles that contain explicit content. 

Fourth, this AI program needs highly detailed instructions. You will need time to set the parameters, or the AI tool will likely yield poor results. 

You may as well spend that time writing the content yourself instead of relying on AI. Finally, Google considers AI-generated text spam and omits it from search results. 

Consequently, you cannot use ChatGPT to rank on search results. Its content will not gain clicks online because Google will keep it away from viewers. 

That flaw greatly limits the use of the AI program. For example, you cannot publish ChatGPT content for a marketing campaign because people will not see it online.


Artificial intelligence wowed us as DALL-E and Stable Diffusion created original artworks from our text commands. 

Now, ChatGPT amazes us by providing text that seems like a real person wrote them. Yet, it will need more time to have widespread practical applications.

In response, you should prepare by learning more about digital trends. Fortunately, Inquirer Tech can help with articles about the latest news, apps, and gadgets.

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