ChatGPT can now access the internet with new OpenAI plugins!
Can you believe it?
Artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT can now retrieve information from online sources and interact with third-party websites via a new plugin feature introduced by its creator, OpenAI. "The plugin feature is still in its"limited" alpha phase and will only be available to a small set of users initially before rolling out to "larger-scale access.
Users must add themselves to a waitlist in order to access the new feature on Chat GPT Plus, the firm said in a March 23 announcement. These plugins range from allowing users to check the scores of live sporting events to booking an international flight and purchasing food for home delivery. "Plugins are tools designed specifically for language models with safety as a core principle, and help ChatGPT access up-to-date information, run computations, or use third-party services," said OpenAI. Among the cohort of websites that are supported by the new plugin feature are e-commerce platforms Shopify, Klarna and Instacart and travel search engines Expedia and KAYAK. It also supports math computer Wolfram to carry out calculations, and Slack, one of the largest business messaging apps, according to the announcement. ChatGPT utilizes the Bing API to search for information along with a text-based web browser to navigate results and interact with websites. OpenAI said the plug-in capabilities came on the back of high demand from its user base since the firm launched ChatGPT on Nov. 30.
Being able to use plugins that access the internet could improve one of ChatGPT's arguably biggest shortfalls, as it is trained with data only up to September 2021 and does not have access to the internet to grab more recent information.
And we are sure, the future holds more!
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