Should people listen to other people’s opinions of ChatGPT? Definitely! But that’s my opinion.
I asked ChatGPT the same question. It answered:
“It is always good to consider other people’s opinions, but ultimately, whether or not to listen to someone’s opinion about ChatGPT is a personal decision. It is important to keep in mind that everyone has their own experiences and perspectives, and what may be true for one person may not be true for another. It may be helpful to seek out a variety of opinions and do your own research before forming your own opinion about ChatGPT.”
Maybe I shouldn’t have used the word opinion.
The thing is, currently I don’t have the time to research it fully. After all, other things have higher priority. I’m busy.
Aren’t we all!
I’m listening to what trusted sources have to say about ChatGPT
Still, I am listening to what I’m hearing from trusted sources I follow.
- As enabler, it will hopefully free humans up to do higher level content management tasks. For instance, things like strategy, editing, verification, distribution, and promotion.
- Audiences may not be able to tell the difference between content created by it or a person.
- A lot of people are going to be using it.
- It can’t emote or tell stories. It just gives you what it knows as the facts. For many, it will be a start that needs to be added to, if we want to create engaging content.
- Though the facts are what it’s been fed. Answers might be inaccurate, irrelevant, biased and even offensive. Consequently, it needs to be validated by other sources.
- It can’t predict the future. Because it can only answer questions based on things that have been input into it as of today. As of today, that’s as of 2021.
- It will push us to get better at our questions.
- It will get better at what it does.
- It’s here to stay.
I want to play with it more
I continued to ask it more questions about itself. Including what were its strengths. As well as it’s weaknesses.
And even used it in place of the help. Asking – can I save this thread. The answer was no, you need to cut-and-paste or take a screen shot.
My final question was to ask it how long it will remain free. In brief, it responded with an answer that it can’t predict the future or search for current pricing information.
I decided it’s interesting enough to help me with some basic research I’m doing.
Certainly, it’s intrigued me enough to want to play with it more.
Have you tried it out yet? What do you think of it?