Artificial intelligence (AI) is exciting, not only because of its unlimited potential and the future it holds, but also because it raises so many questions and debates. Its continued and increased adoption is propelling it into the heart of many organizations around the world: automotive, healthcare, security, supplychain, customs and many more… And, we are just at the beginning.
It is estimated that by 2030, the global artificial intelligence market is expected to reach over $1.6 trillion. Focus on an AI innovation that is making a lot of noise: ChatGPT.
Developed by the Californian start-up OpenAI, ChatGPT was created specifically for writing texts. Particularly efficient, it is driven by an AI that knows how to produce punchy and creative texts. This chatbot is a conversational robot, capable of answering questions and conducting a real exchange with a human interlocutor… Its latest version, launched at the end of November, has been particularly noticed.
We tested it with a series of simple questions and the results are quite impressive. In just 2 seconds, we got fine and coherent answers according to the question raised.
However, you have to know how to make the difference. An impressive tool, certainly, but it is still a machine that analyzes a huge mass of information to create content and that can potentially turn out to be a massive generator of false information. In the last few weeks, ChatGPT has not ceased to be talked about, especially on the proposed sources likely to mix the real and the misappropriated, referring in particular to quotes assembled from different fields to answer a question. To be continued…