Whether you love it or hate it, ChatGPT is here to stay. I recently discovered that it has even made its way into hive. But even from that thread, I saw that there was someone who was asking a political question. While it may have some impressive capabilities, it's important to remember that it has its limitations.Before you use ChatGPT on hive you can read their FAQ. The thing is, according to their FAQ, they are not connected to the internet.
ChatGPT is not connected to the internet, and it can occasionally produce incorrect answers. It has limited knowledge of world and events after 2021
For now, you can freely access ChatGPT but it seems like in the future there will be a paid model for this. I am personally willing to pay as long as its price is quite reasonable. However, for the last two days, it has been experiencing some technical difficulties and traffic issues. That is because it seems, more traffic is coming into their network that just shows many people seem to be enthusiastic about using ChatGPT. From what I saw too, some have even used it to create a children’s book. I’d like to believe that this is not the end of a writer but it is a great tool to help writers become more productive. I also think that the rise of fast content, just makes the whole thing even faster.
Without considering any ethics and morals here, I would say that ChatGPT can generate content that’s fast and that will be forgotten the next day. For a place with high levels of user-generated content where new content is constantly being created and shared like Hive, ChatGPT might seem to be an option to create quickly forgotten content. The thing is, you are to decide whether to value and engage with it.
From what I have explored, as a writer you can use ChatGPT to give you ideas based on the prompt, to refine sentences, to summarize, and even create character dialogues and twists. More importantly it also helps you experiment with sentence structures and learn new vocabularies. But again, your data or any of your conversations can be reviewed by the team to improve the questions.
At the same time, AI art has been gaining more acceptance. It’s inevitable that they’ll become normal soon. Though the technology still has more room to advance and improve, it is here to stay. Some people argue that despite it being created by AI, the user who gives the prompt is still making an effort into fine tuning it. Again, it is up to you to decide if you want to value such or not.
If you ask me where the opportunities are made now, it is around AI. I’ve been following an indie maker that creaters avatar AI and now Lensa, is sort of copying them. Even before this, there are already services like anyword ai that in layman terms, help you generate easy and catchy tweets or any copywriting work. The difference between anywordAI and ChatGPT is that ChatGPT is much simpler to use, it’s like talking to someone possibly smarter than you.
Perhaps in the future we will have a quiz, Are you smarter than ChatGPT?
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