ChatGPT now has internet access thanks to new OpenAI plugins.
As a ChatGPT user, I was excited to learn about the new plugin feature introduced by OpenAI recently. This feature enables me to retrieve data from online sources and interact with third-party websites without leaving the chatbot interface. Although it is still in alpha and only available to a select group of users, I was eager to join the waitlist for access to the feature on ChatGPT Plus.
I was thrilled to see that the plugins are user-friendly and simple to utilize. With 11 plugins originally accessible, I can utilize the maths computer Wolfram and the corporate communications tool Slack for calculations. E-commerce systems like Shopify, Klarna, Instacart, and travel search engines like Expedia and KAYAK are also enabled. Other apps include FiscalNote, Milo Family AI, OpenTable, Shop, Talk, and Zapier.
The capacity of ChatGPT to integrate information from numerous sources to produce a more grounded response impressed me the most. It also cites the sources it consulted, so I know where the information came from. This feature significantly improves the accuracy of ChatGPT’s information.
One disadvantage of ChatGPT is that it was trained with data only up to September 2021 and does not have an internet connection to obtain more recent data. ChatGPT, on the other hand, may increase its accuracy and give users more up-to-date information by employing plugins that connect to the internet.
Overall, the new ChatGPT plugin functionality has the potential to significantly improve the chatbot’s capabilities and give consumers more accurate and up-to-date information. Although it is still in alpha and only available to a small number of people, I feel it will be interesting to observe how it improves over time and how it compares to other AI chatbots on the market.
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