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ChatGPT is a ‘horrible product’: OpenAI CEO Sam Altman

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman on ChatGPT

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman – ChatGPT, OpenAI’s artificial intelligence chatbot, has been dubbed a “horrible product” by CEO Sam Altman in a recent podcast interview. Altman, on the other hand, did not comment on the nature of ChatGPT, but rather on its overall product and current status. Altman cited frequent error messages, a simplistic design, and capacity issues as major issues with ChatGPT.

Altman, in a latest podcast Hard Fork by New York Times, spotlighted the product’s major flaws. He stated, “ChatGPT is a bad product. It was never intended for use.” He also stated that it is not yet a well-integrated product.

ChatGPT is prone to failing, informing users that it is full, or rejecting their queries. He claimed that using ChatGPT requires the user to go through a lengthy process.

Altman also remarked on Microsoft Bing’s recent integration of a new ChatGPT language model. He claimed that the inclusion of citations beneath a Bing search result will assist in dealing with false information. Altman tried to claim that the precision and the convenience of the new AI-powered Bing has been improved significantly over the ChatGPT experience.

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman

Despite its flaws, ChatGPT has quickly gained popularity. It had one million users one week after its launch, outpacing Instagram and TikTok. Altman conceded that the technology behind ChatGPT is “cool,” but acknowledged that it is far from a “great, well-integrated product yet”. The new version of Bing, however, is not available to all users. They must first sign up for a waiting list using their email addresses.

The ChatGPT bot, which launched in November, has quickly become a viral sensation, disrupting the education field and helping students with their essays and exams. The bot can also write cover letters for job applications, lines of code, and articles. Indeed, Bill Gates has praised ChatGPT, claiming that it will “change the world.”