ChatGPT4: The Latest AI Breakthrough with LimitationsPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 16 March 2023
ChatGPT4 is the latest AI language model that has been making waves in the tech industry. With claims that it can even pass the American Bar exams, ChatGPT4 is touted to be the AI breakthrough that will bring the technology to the mainstream.
However, while ChatGPT4 comes with improvements on its predecessor, it also has limitations that need to be addressed.
Confidentiality is one of the major limitations of ChatGPT4. The model trains itself on internet data and user input, which means that there is no guarantee that inputs will not be reproduced elsewhere in the world. Employees should avoid inputting personal or commercially sensitive data to avoid any risks of litigation.
Another limitation of ChatGPT4 is its tendency to produce inaccurate or wrong information. While it is a powerful tool, it can also produce erroneous material that can be mixed with plausible or generally known facts. High-trust tasks in HR and the legal world should be kept away from ChatGPT4's language capabilities, unless it is used as a first draft before it is passed onto legal teams for review.
Lastly, the right to correct inaccurate data and the right to be forgotten have been overlooked in ChatGPT4. It is still unclear how the model guarantees these rights, if at all.
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In conclusion, ChatGPT4 is an AI breakthrough that has brought language models into the mainstream. However, HR departments need to be aware of its limitations and regulate employee use of the model to avoid any risks of litigation. With proper guidance, ChatGPT4 can be a valuable tool for businesses, but it must be used responsibly.This article is correct at 16/03/2023
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