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ChatGPT for Windows

  • Free

  • In English
  • V varies-with-device
  • 3.7

    (7)
  • Security Status

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Effortlessly generate content with AI

ChatGPT is a free artificial intelligence chatbot from OpenAI. As an AI platform, you’ll have to provide the type of text you need and the bot will generate it for you. It leverages the GPT-3.5 technology—an improved version of the GPT-3 language model—to exhibit more natural-sounding language capabilities.

As for the app, ChatGPT comes with a straightforward layout that immediately asks the user for input using the text box at the bottom of the screen. Enter your prompt there and the bot will generate your desired text. You can re-generate the results as many times as you want.

What is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT, which stands for Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer, was initially built using the GPT-3.5 language model. This chatbot’s base is a neural network that draws data directly from the internet to generate its response. Also developed by OpenAI, the base language model allows the chatbot to generate large volumes of mostly coherent and relevant content, even with such a small input. There are many things that you can do with this application, such as:

  • Write copies, speeches, letters, scripts, and more. Even poetry!
  • Compose music of any genre.
  • Solve complex math problems.

The chatbot, however, is now utilizing the GPT-4—the latest iteration of OpenAI's Large Language Model (LLM)—where multimodal models are set to take AI technologies to the next level. If GPT-3.5 is limited to verbal outputs, GPT-4 offers the capability to create photos, generate text based on an image prompt, and comprehend and produce nuanced content. Its multimodality also means that it can take information from various sources.

How to use ChatGPT?

Using this program in its current version is simple: You only need to input a text prompt or a question, and it will handle the rest. It can even work on specialized text-based applications such as mathematical equations, writing literary material, or even debugging code blocks. It works by determining your query, drawing relevant information from the internet, and using neural learning to generate a response.

While it is free to use, you will need to register for an account first. You can also log in directly using your Apple, Google, or Microsoft account. Also, since it continues to learn, expect it to have a few hiccups when used. There are specific keywords, phrases, or prompts that the chatbot fails to understand and delivers. This is reflected in its responses.

What does ChatGPT Plus offer?

Users who are subscribed to ChatGPT Plus, the premium version that uses GPT-4 instead of GPT-3.5, enjoy hassle-free access to the program during peak hours and gain access to new and experimental features ahead of everyone else. These include the web-browsing feature that allows the AI to use more up-to-date information. Prior to that feature’s roll-out, the tool was only able to utilize data published before 2021, hence it’s not capable of answering questions about current events.

Besides that, premium users also get access to over 70 third-party plug-ins for a number of websites. Some of these include Expedia, Instacart, OpenTable, and more. These plug-ins enable the AI to make recommendations or answer questions based on the user’s query as well as the information present on the website. In sum, it decreases the need for a person to scan through web pages manually. Instead, they can just pop a question into the tool and get the answers they need, pronto.

Some plug-ins are also capable of generating videos, providing information on a wide variety of subjects, and helping users practice their verbal communication skills in a foreign language. With plenty of add-ons being added to ChatGPT’s store, it’s highly recommended to test out the ones you think will suit your needs and lifestyle. Thankfully, much like Google Chrome’s plug-ins, they are easy to uninstall if you’re not satisfied with the features.

Not just a text generator

Aside from writing complete texts, creating codes, and doing mathematical calculations, ChatGPT can also generate images. The chatbot uses OpenAI’s text-to-image system, DALL-E 3, to translate nuanced text requests into detailed and accurate illustrations. This feature has safety measures in place, such as ignoring certain words and denying requests to depict public figures, to prevent users from creating inappropriate or hateful images. Keep in mind that DALL-E 3 will only be available for paying users.

Watch how bots learn human language

A fascinating aspect of ChatGPT for casual users is how it creates content that sounds and looks like something created by another person. With a simple user interface, you can potentially test out the chatbot and see how it responds to various inquiries be it in areas of literature, mathematics, computer science, and more. 

While it is not yet perfect, it continues to grow and astound users everywhere— as in the case of GPT-4. If you're looking for more information about GPT-4, in this article you'll find all the details about this technology that you need to know! 

PROS

  • Easy to use
  • Can create content and solve math problems
  • Plug-ins for various use cases
  • Can generate nuanced content thanks to GPT-4

CONS

  • Requires an account to use
  • Can fail to generate content on niche inquiries

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ChatGPT for PC

  • Free

  • In English
  • V varies-with-device
  • 3.7

    (7)
  • Security Status

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