OpenAI has made several exciting updates to its ChatGPT language model. The latest upgrade, which was released yesterday, has improved the model’s factuality and mathematical capabilities. Users should expect a generally better performance across a wide range of topics.
In response to user feedback, OpenAI has also added the ability to stop generating ChatGPT’s response. Additionally, the model is now less likely to refuse to answer questions, thanks to improvements in its general performance.
It’s important to note that ChatGPT is a machine learning model that generates answers based on patterns in the data it was trained on. In the past, if a user instructed ChatGPT to show 2 + 2 = 5, it would comply, as it was simply repeating a pattern it had seen in its training data. However, this update has corrected such errors and ChatGPT now provides accurate answers for mathematical questions.
OpenAI has made several updates in recent months. Here is a timeline of the updates:
- Jan 30: Improved factuality and mathematical capabilities.
- Jan 9: Ability to stop generating ChatGPT’s response and improved factuality.
- Dec 15: Improved general performance, including less likely to refuse to answer questions. Added the ability to view past conversations, rename saved conversations, and delete unwanted conversations. Implemented a daily message cap for a high-quality experience for all users.
The Release Notes can be found here – https://help.openai.com/en/articles/6825453-chatgpt-release-notes
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