Latest ChatGPT News – January 9
Several updates to ChatGPT were announced on 9 January 2023. The following is what is new:
Improvements have been made to the ChatGPT model. It is expected to be generally better across a wide range of topics, and its factuality has been improved.
The ability to stop generating ChatGPT’s response has been added, based on feedback received.
Latest ChatGPT News – December 15, 2022
We’re excited to announce several updates to ChatGPT! Here’s what’s new:
- General performance: Among other improvements, users will notice that ChatGPT is now less likely to refuse to answer questions.
- Conversation history: You’ll soon be able to view past conversations with ChatGPT, rename your saved conversations, and delete the ones you don’t want to keep. We are gradually rolling out this feature.
- Daily limit: To ensure a high-quality experience for all ChatGPT users, we are experimenting with a daily message cap. If you’re included in this group, you’ll be presented with an option to extend your access by providing feedback to ChatGPT.
You can find the latest news about ChatGPT and OpenAI on the following resources:
- The OpenAI website (https://openai.com/)
- The OpenAI blog (https://openai.com/blog/)
- The OpenAI GitHub page (https://github.com/openai)
- The OpenAI Twitter account (https://twitter.com/openai)
- The OpenAI Research page (https://openai.com/research/)
You can also find news and updates about GPT-3 models on various AI and technology news websites such as:
- VentureBeat (https://www.venturebeat.com/)
- TechCrunch (https://techcrunch.com/)
- The Verge (https://www.theverge.com/)
- Wired (https://www.wired.com/)
Note that these sources may not always have the latest information on ChatGPT specifically, but they will have coverage of OpenAI’s overall research and development.
Latest ChatGPT News – January 9 Release Notes
ChatGPT, the open source, state-of-the-art natural language processing system, has released their January 9th set of Release Notes. This release includes new features and improvements to the ChatGPT technology, including the upgrade to TensorFlow 2.4.
One of the main features of this release is the new importable / exportable pipeline feature. This feature makes it easier for users to experiment with different settings and configurations needed to use the system. The new pipeline feature also allows users to create data pipelines on the fly, as well as import and export models to/from other locations.
The release also includes an update to the TensorFlow 2.4 framework. This update brings with it a variety of bug fixes, performance improvements, and optimizations, making the system even easier to use.
The January 9th release also provides an insight into how ChatGPT handles data, including better performance on data sets that are out-of-distribution and improved accuracy on natural language processing tasks.
Finally, the release also includes a preview of the upcoming ChatGPT integration with Google Dialogflow. This integration will allow developers to create conversational agents with ChatGPT at the backend.
Overall, the January 9th release of the ChatGPT notes is full of exciting features that make the system even easier to use for those already familiar with it and for those who are just getting started. With the advances made with this release, ChatGPT is proving to be a powerful tool for natural language processing and conversation generation.