10 Reasons why ChatGPT could Become your New Search Engine
Will ChatGPT dethrone Google and replace search? It seems like a lot of captivated users believe
The “best chatbot ever constructed” gained a million users in the first week of its debut, and it seems that each and every one of them had something to say about it. Will ChatGPT dethrone Google and replace “search”? It seems like a lot of captivated users believe this. While @mertbio adamantly claims that “OpenAI just destroyed Google,” @jdkelly announces that “Google is gone.” Some rumors claim that Google even declared a “Code Red” on this. OpenAI, which makes use of Microsoft’s Azure platform, has a sizable investment from the business that competes with Google, and Microsoft. Let’s pause for a moment and define ChatGPT before discussing whether Sundar Pichai should be suffering from sleep deprivation over it.
- ChatGPT can process code, write code, and help developers debug codes as well. For instance, it can be used to generate SQL queries. Since knowledge of SQL is imperative for data scientists, using ChatGPT to enhance SQL skills can accelerate your career and take it to the next level.
- You can ask ChatGPT if a piece of code contains a security vulnerability. The engine will impeccably explain to you the reasoning behind the verdict in simple language.
- ChatGPT can be used for content creation, as it can easily write content based on a prompt. For instance, AI tools can write a song based on a user’s command. Moreover, ChatGPT can also help users to add a touch of elegance to their writing style and achieve their literary goals.
- Research scientist Jonas Degrave showed how you could turn ChatGPT into what appears to be a full-fledged Linux terminal and interact with the ‘virtual machine’ right from your web browser. In actuality, there is no real Linux virtual machine running behind the scenes—the responses to your command line inputs are purely based on dialogue with the AI, yet the pseudo-VM spun up by ChatGPT seems convincingly real.
- Simpler use cases include decoding base64 strings and reversing (known) MD5 hashes of strings. This is especially useful for reverse engineers and malware analysts reviewing obfuscated, repeatedly packed, encoded, or minified samples.
- Since the introduction of DALLE-2, Midjourney, and other artistic AI tools, AI art generators have been at the forefront of the creation of artistic images. Moving ahead, OpenAI’s ChatGPT has enormous potential in producing richly detailed Augmented Reality (AR) scenarios, when prompted.
- Unstructured data is hard to sort, manage, and organize, making it redundant. ChatGPT comes to the rescue as it can convert unstructured data into a structured format by manipulating data. For instance, the tool can be used to add data to a table, make indexes, and understand JSON queries.
- ChatGPT is sensitive to tweaks to the input phrasing or attempting the same prompt multiple times. For example, given one phrasing of a question, the model can claim to not know the answer, but given a slight rephrase, can answer correctly.
- It sometimes writes plausible-sounding but incorrect or factually incorrect answers. Besides, ChatGPT often excessively verbose and overuses certain phrases, such as restating that it is a language model trained by OpenAI.
- Ideally, the model would ask clarifying questions when the user provided an ambiguous query. Instead, our current models usually guess what the user intended.