ChatGPT, i.e. AI-based OpenAI chatbot, has become a buzz in the technology world recently. The device analyzes computer codes, showing promising results in a difficult medical exam, but how can it help the average user?

At the end of November, he announced OpenAI’s AI-based chatbot, ChatGPT, and in no time the tech sector was abuzz. At the moment, artificial intelligence is perhaps the most popular concept, and dozens of companies have focused on developments related to the topic. Microsoft has entered this field with billions of dollars, and Google is vigorously developing its own competing application, not to mention the Chinese, who also see new opportunities in it.

You can try ChatGPT for a long time (if you are lucky enough to get access to a chatbot among several interested people), however, the question arises: how useful is this tool in everyday life. the ZDNet He also researched the answer to this question, and used five practical examples to show how useful it is for the average user to know ChatGPT. (However, it doesn’t hurt to know that the chatbot doesn’t understand Hungarian, so you’ll have to ask it in English.)

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It can sometimes be boring to write an email form – well, in this case (also) ChatGPT can come in handy. the ZDNet For example, its author asked a chatbot to help him write an email telling his boss that he needed to see a doctor. Within seconds, the chatbot produced an email template that perfectly suited the situation. After that, the user has nothing else to do but copy and paste the text into your email, edit it if needed, and hit the send button.

A chatbot can also be useful for motivation. Words of encouragement and advice can come in handy before a big task – you can also ask ChatGPT for the perfect pre-event strategy. As a test, they wrote the following task to the chatbot: “I have a big presentation waiting for me, can you motivate me?” The answer was a five-step preparation plan that is relevant, insightful, encouraging, and perhaps most importantly, useful.

Many people make lists, whether it’s shopping or traveling. ChatGPT can take the burden off our shoulders here as well. This time, they asked the chatbot to make a grocery list, and “Who” provided the list of 15 items in a matter of seconds. Of course, anyone can customize this, the main thing is that the base is already there.

Whether you’re creating content for a personal or professional account, you can benefit from ChatGPT’s prompt with caption tips. It’s hard to find a short, trendy caption, but it works just as well for photos, especially in the case of non-descriptive content, like selfies. Of course, ChatGPT can give a lot of details to create a perfect annotation. The request was: “I’m going to post a selfie on Instagram, can you help me make a caption?” ChatGPT produced eight caption alternatives, all of which were fun, trendy, laconic, and even included emoji.

ChatGPT’s capabilities can also be used to help you achieve your fitness goals. If someone is looking for a training plan tailored to their specific needs, they can safely contact the chatbot, and all they have to do is tell them as much detail as possible about their training goals. During the experiment, they told ChatGPT they wanted running exercises to improve endurance. In response, they received a list of five different exercises, and even advice on how to achieve the desired results, such as the importance of warming up and gradually increasing the exercises.

for this reason ZDNet The journalist also draws attention to the fact that it is not a miracle. All chatbots like ChatGPT take huge amounts of content from the internet and then try to turn that information (based on complex algorithms) into something that can answer the question you’re asking. They don’t necessarily know if what they’re producing is completely accurate, and we don’t really know where the information came from and how the algorithms processed it to create the content. There are also plenty of examples of these bots giving incorrect information.

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