ChatGPT: A new AI chatbot that can find mistakes in your code


A significant advancement in artificial intelligence (AI) over the years has been generative AI, which leverages data you enter, like text and photos, to produce more information. The chatbot ChatGPT, developed by AI research and development company OpenAI, is based on the latest GPT-3.5 natural language generating engine. The business is presently providing a ChatGPT research preview. DALL-E, an AI picture generator that competes with Google’s Imagen, was previously announced by OpenAI.

What is ChatGPT?

With ChatGPT, an AI chatbot that engages in conversation, you can ask questions and provide instructions just like you would to a friend or work colleague. It can self-correct if you identify an error because it was designed to remember the queries you’ve asked in the past. Additionally, it has been taught to reject users’ improper requests.

Let’s have a look at some of the fascinating questions that users have submitted to better understand how ChatGPT functions.

For the benefit of programmers, ChatGPT enables quick code debugging, and the AI not only corrects errors but also explains to users where they went wrong and what they can do to solve them.

The chatbot was asked to compose dialogue for a romantic comedy starring Andy Samberg, Neil Patrick Harris, Matt LeBlanc, Melissa Fumero, Cobie Smulders, and Jennifer Anniston by a user on Twitter.

The chatbot fabricated three scenarios for the group: a discussion about dating, a first date, and a girls’ night out. Although the chatbot cannot yet replace writers, it was able to quickly produce passable scenarios.

Using AI to complete your schoolwork is a fascinating additional application for the technology. A user asked ChatGPT to compose a four-paragraph essay on the “effects of westward expansion on the civil war” and explain a regular expression in response to two inquiries.

The chatbot successfully completed both tasks.

I requested the chatbot to create an essay about Virat Kohli to try it out.

The AI produced an essay in a matter of seconds. Unexpectedly, the article was quite strong and free of factual errors. It was also well-researched and appeared to have been written by a person.

Overall, ChatGPT is pretty effective and helpful. It costs nothing and is now in preview.