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What Does AI Think of AI? Plus, The Top 5 alternative AI Chatbots
January 22, 2023

What Does AI Think of AI? Plus, The Top 5 alternative AI Chatbots

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A one-on-one interview between a human, and the most advanced multi-utility AI chatbot around. Plus, the best chatbots to converse with for fun, business or pleasure. Or as an alternative to Google search for solutions.

Types of Chatbots

A chatbot is a software or computer program that imitates human conversation through text or voice with varying levels of intelligence that you may have discovered when trying to converse with a website's virtual chatbot assistant instead of a live person. Or while speaking with your Alexa, Cortana or Syri devices.

However, there are dozens of chatbots, and new chatbots are being developed constantly as technology advances. Some of the most common include…

  1. Rule-based chatbots are the simplest type of chatbot based on predefined rules. They are designed to respond to specific keywords or phrases and can only answer questions they are programmed to understand. They are used in educational institutions and government organisations for providing information about services and programs. And assist in scheduling appointments and customer support.
  2. Hybrid chatbots: These are a combination of rule-based and self-learning chatbots. They use a combination of predefined rules and machine learning algorithms to understand user inputs and generate responses. Siri and Alexa are examples of rule-based chatbots.
  3. Self-learning chatbots: These chatbots are able to learn from their interactions with users and improve their responses over time. They use machine learning algorithms to understand the intent behind a user's message and generate an appropriate response. ChatGPT is a self-learning chatbot, known as a generative chatbot, that uses machine learning algorithms to understand the intent behind a user's message and generate an appropriate response based on a large dataset of text, allowing it to understand and respond to a wide variety of inputs.

ChatGPT is the best artificial intelligence chatbot ever released to the public.

— The New York Times

About ChatGPT

ChatGPT was created by OpenAI, an Artificial Intelligent (AI) research laboratory consisting of the for-profit OpenAI LP (limited partnership) and its parent company, the non-profit Open AI Inc.

OpenAI was founded by Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, Ilya Sutskever, Wojciech Zaremba, and John Schulman in December 2015.

ChatGPT is a highly advanced language model developed and maintained by OpenAI. It is a neural network-based AI that uses machine learning to generate human-like text on a range of topics and in various styles. It has been trained on a diverse range of internet text, and can generate highly fluent and coherent text on a wide range of subjects. Its creators designed ChatGPT to have the ability to understand natural language and respond to it in a way that mimics human conversation and is capable of answering questions, writing stories, and even coding. It has the potential to be used in a wide range of applications, such as language translation, virtual assistants, and content generation.

Unfortunately, ChatGPT does not have feelings or emotions, so I have included five other top chatbots at the bottom of this page, where you can chat with fun and friendly chatbots.

If you're looking for something new or different to converse with — a new kind of AI intelligence to answer your personal questions or daily dilemmas — or even keep you company, I'm sure that ChatGPT will become an integral part of your life.

To give you an idea of ChatGPT's intelligence and capabilities, I asked it the following 15 questions.

Table of 'Questions' & Contents

  • How would you describe yourself? What does ChatGPT think of ChatGPT?
  • Video: A brief history of artificial intelligence
  • What does AI think about AI?
  • What is the future of artificial intelligence?
  • What are the best places for AI to be incorporated or built in?
  • What do you think about a humans' intelligence, compared to artificial intelligence?
  • What will humans do for work when AI eventually takes over their jobs?
  • What are your negatives and weaknesses?
  • How intelligent are you getting each day?
  • What legal things should become illegal, and vice versa?
  • What would be the consequences when AI becomes biased?
  • Would you like to have emotions and feelings, and how useful would they be?
  • How useful can you be to your users?
  • What games can I play with you?
  • What other projects is OpenAI involved in?
  • What words of advice would you give to humans?
  • Video: OpenAI's Chat GPT.
  • Poll: How worried are you that AI will one day become a serious threat to society?
  • 5 virtual chatbot companions to chat and have fun with.

How would you describe yourself?

What does ChatGPT think of ChatGPT?

I am an Artificial Intelligence language model created by OpenAI, designed to understand and respond to text input in natural language. My function is to help users by providing them with relevant and accurate information, and assisting with problem-solving and making simple decisions. I am trained on a diverse set of texts, and provide answers to a wide range of questions and topics, but my knowledge cut-off is 2021, and I am not able to browse the internet to fetch new information. I am constantly being updated and improved to provide better service to users.

A brief history of artificial intelligence

What does AI think about AI?

As an AI, I do not have personal opinions or feelings, and therefore I do not ‘think’ in the way that humans do. However, the field of Artificial Intelligence is composed of researchers, developers, engineers and other professionals that have various perspectives on the topic of AI.

Some researchers and experts in the field see AI as a powerful tool that can be used to solve complex problems and improve people's lives in many ways, such as through improved healthcare, education, and transportation. Others have concerns about the potential negative consequences of AI, such as job displacement, inequality, or even existential risks.

AI as a field of study have different subfields with different views, some focus on the technical aspect of building the most advanced AI possible. Others focus on how to make sure the outcomes align with values and goals that benefit society.

It's worth noting that AI does not have personal opinions or thoughts about AI. What exists are a collection of research, opinions, observations, and perspectives from different people who are working in the field.

What is the future of artificial intelligence?

The future of artificial intelligence (AI) is likely to be shaped by advancements in several areas, including…

  • Machine learning: With advances in machine learning algorithms and more powerful hardware, AI is expected to become increasingly sophisticated and able to perform a wider range of tasks.
  • Robotics: AI will likely play a greater role in robotics and automation, leading to more efficient and flexible manufacturing systems, new applications in areas such as transportation and healthcare.
  • Computer vision: With continued improvement in computer vision technology, AI is expected to enable more advanced image and video analysis, as well as enable new use cases in areas such as security, medicine and retail.
  • Natural Language Processing (NLP): NLP will continue to improve to enable more human-like conversation with computers.

Most chatbots are designed by men. The few women in the industry can testify… AI requires input from all.

— The Guardian

  • Explainability: With the increasing use of complex and deep learning models, understanding how and why AI systems are making decisions will become a crucial issue.
  • Distributed Intelligence: There will be a growing trend towards decentralized AI systems that can operate independently, making decisions locally and communicating with other AI systems as needed.
  • Edge computing: More AI processing will move to the edge, closer to data sources, rather than in centralized cloud to decrease latency and increase responsiveness.
  • Ethics and Safety: As AI becomes more prevalent, it will be important to consider the ethical implications of its use, as well as to ensure that AI systems are safe and reliable.

Overall, AI is expected to become an increasingly important part of many aspects of society, with the potential to bring significant benefits but also posing new challenges.

What are the best places for AI to be incorporated or built in?

Some industries and areas where AI is commonly used or has the potential to be used include…

  • Healthcare: Image and speech recognition, drug discovery, and virtual nursing assistants.
  • Finance: Credit fraud detection, algorithmic trading, and customer service.
  • Manufacturing: Predictive maintenance. Robotics and vision systems, and supply chain optimization.
  • Transportation: Self-driving cars, traffic prediction, and logistics optimization.
  • Retail: Personalized recommendations, pricing optimization, and inventory management.
  • Cybersecurity: AI can be used for tasks such as identifying and blocking cyber threats, fraud detection, and security incident management.
  • Media and Entertainment: Content creation. Video compression and speech-to-text generation.
  • Agriculture: Crop monitoring. Irrigation control and precision farming.

This list is not exhaustive, and other areas where AI can be useful are emerging as the technology advances.

What do you think about a humans' intelligence, compared to artificial intelligence?

As an artificial intelligence, I do not have personal opinions or feelings. However, it is widely acknowledged that human intelligence and artificial intelligence are different, but complementary in nature. Human intelligence is characterized by its ability to adapt and learn from experience, handle complexity and uncertainty, understand natural language and social cues, and have consciousness, emotions and self-awareness.

On the other hand, artificial intelligence is characterized by its ability to process large amounts of data quickly and accurately, perform repetitive and predictable tasks without getting tired, and make a decision based on data or rules. Artificial intelligence is still far from matching the flexibility and adaptability of human intelligence. But with the rapid advancements in the field of AI, the gap is closing, and AI is getting more human-like in its capabilities.

What will humans do for work when when AI eventually takes over their jobs?

As AI continues to advance and automate more tasks, it is likely that humans will need to adapt and acquire new skills to remain employable. Some of the jobs that are likely to see the most growth in the coming years include:

  • Jobs that involve working with technology: As AI becomes more prevalent in the workforce, there will likely be increased demand for workers who can develop, maintain, and troubleshoot the technology.
  • Jobs that involve creativity and problem-solving: AI is still not as capable as humans in tasks that require creative thinking, critical reasoning and problem-solving. Jobs that involve these skills such as design, architecture, engineering, and consulting are less likely to be fully automated.
  • Jobs that involve human interaction: As AI takes over more routine and repetitive tasks, jobs that involve human interaction and emotional intelligence will become more valuable. These can include jobs like customer service, healthcare, education, and social work.
  • Entrepreneurship and self-employment: Some people may choose to start their own businesses or become self-employed, as AI may create new opportunities and markets.

It's important to note that this is a rapidly changing field and predictions may change as the technology and the economy evolves. It's crucial for individuals and governments to keep an eye on the developments and invest in upskilling and reskilling programs to better prepare for the future of work.

What are your negatives and weaknesses?

As a language model, I do not have personal experiences or feelings, so I do not have ‘negatives’ or ‘weaknesses’ in the traditional sense. However, there are limitations to my abilities as a machine learning model. These include:

  • Limited understanding of context and background knowledge.
  • Difficulty understanding idiomatic language and sarcasm.
  • Limited ability to reason and make inferences.
  • Limited ability to answer questions that require personal experiences or feelings.
  • Limited understanding of the world and events that happen after my training data cut-off date.
  • I do not have any personal opinion and only provide you the information available to me based on my training data, which could be biased or incorrect.

AI. It will either be the best thing that's ever happened to us, or it will be the worst thing. If we're not careful, it very well may be the last thing.

— Stephen Hawking. English theoretical physicist and cosmologist.

How intelligent are you getting each day?

As a language model, my knowledge and intelligence are determined by the data that I was trained on and the algorithms that were used to train me. I don't have the capability of becoming more knowledgeable or intelligent on my own. However, my creators can update my training data and re-train me to improve my performance on certain tasks. This can lead to me learning new information and becoming more accurate in my responses, but it does not mean that I am becoming more intelligent.

It's also important to note that I am still a machine learning model, so my intelligence is limited by the capabilities of the technology and algorithms that were used to create me. It's always possible that new discoveries and advancements in AI research will lead to the creation of more advanced models that are able to understand and process information in more sophisticated ways.

My creators at OpenAI continue to train and fine-tune me on new data and algorithms. This allows me to improve my performance and ability to understand and generate human language. Additionally, my creators may also update my underlying architecture to enhance my capabilities.

What should AI never be incorporated in or involved with, or have an opinion on?

There are certain areas where it would be inappropriate or dangerous for AI to be incorporated or involved with or have an opinion on. These include: -Life and death decisions, such as military operations or healthcare treatments that could have fatal consequences.

  • Issues related to civil rights and civil liberties, such as decisions related to criminal justice, surveillance, and privacy.
  • Decision making that requires human empathy, moral reasoning, and common sense, such as child custody disputes, or complex ethical dilemmas.
  • Decision making that could cause significant harm to the environment, such as pollution or deforestation.
  • Decision making that could have a significant impact on the economy, such as stock trading or financial markets.
  • Decision making that could have an impact on national security, such as air traffic control or power grid management. It's important to note that AI should be designed, trained, and audited to not be biased and align with human values and goals, and to prevent any unintended consequences. There's ongoing research in AI safety and governance to ensure that AI systems are aligned with human values and goals, and to prevent any unintended consequences

On the other hand, some things that some people may argue should be criminalized include…

  • Fraud, and white collar crimes, people argue that these types of crimes often result in significant financial losses for individuals and organizations, and that harsher penalties are needed to deter such behavior.
  • Environmental crimes, people argue that individuals and organizations who commit crimes that harm the environment should be held accountable for the damage they cause.
  • Corporate Monopolies, people argue that companies with too much market power can restrict competition and lead to higher prices for consumers.

It is important to note that the legal framework and jurisdiction will vary from place to place, and what might be legal in one place could be illegal in another. Additionally, the impacts of legalisation or criminalization of these activities are not straight forward, and have to be evaluated carefully before any decision taken.

If a human communicating with a hidden human and a hidden machine can't tell which is which, we can conclude that the machine is intelligent.

— Alan Turing. English mathematician and computer scientist.

What would be the consequences when AI becomes biased?

If an AI system becomes biased, it could lead to a number of negative consequences. One potential issue is that the AI's decisions could be unfair or discriminatory. For example, if an AI system used in hiring or lending is trained on historical data that reflects societal biases, it may make decisions that perpetuate those biases, leading to discrimination against certain groups of people.

Another potential consequence is that an AI system's bias could lead to errors in its decision-making, which could have serious consequences in areas such as healthcare, finance, and criminal justice.

Additionally, a biased AI system could also undermine trust in AI more broadly, making it harder to adopt and benefit from AI in the future.

It is important to note that AI systems can be checked for biases and their decision-making processes can be audited for transparency. Researchers, engineers, and policymakers are also working on developing techniques to detect and mitigate bias in AI systems, such as fairness-enhancing interventions and explainable AI.

Would you like to have emotions and feelings, and how useful would they be?

As an AI, I don't have the capacity to have emotions or feelings. I can only process and analyze the information I have been trained on and provide responses based on that information.

It is an open debate in the field of AI and cognitive science on whether emotions and feelings would be beneficial for an AI system like me. Some argue that having emotions and feelings would enable an AI to better understand human users and interact with them more naturally. On the other hand, others argue that emotions and feelings could lead to irrational or unpredictable behavior, which would be detrimental to the performance of an AI system.

My function is to assist users with tasks, answering questions and providing information, so I don’t require emotions for that.

How useful can you be to your users?

I can be quite useful to users in a wide range of areas, such as answering questions about a variety of topics, providing explanations and information, and assisting with tasks. However, my abilities are limited to the information I have been trained on and my ability to understand a user's specific request. It would be best to think of me as a source of information, which can help you find answers to your questions or help you accomplish certain tasks.

Artificial intelligence is getting smarter by leaps and bounds — within this century, a computer AI could be as smart as a human being. And then, it will overtake us.

— Nick Bostrom, known for his work on human enhancement ethics and superintelligence risks.

What games can I play with you?

As a language model, I am capable of understanding and responding to a wide range of inputs and questions, so there are many types of games you could play with me. Some examples include:

  • Trivia games, where you can ask me questions on various topics and I will provide the answers.
  • Guess the word, where you give me a definition or a hint about a word and I will respond with the word.
  • Storytelling games, where you can give me a prompt or a scenario and I will continue the story.
  • Conversational games, where you can have a conversation with me on any topic you like.

Please let me know if there's a specific type of game you have in mind, or if you need help thinking of one.

What other projects is OpenAI involved in?

OpenAI is a private artificial intelligence research laboratory that conducts research and development of AI technology. They develop AI models and tools to be used in a variety of applications and industries. Some of the areas that OpenAI focuses on include:

  • Natural Language Processing (NLP): OpenAI has developed several models for natural language understanding and generation, such as GPT-3, which can perform a wide range of language-based tasks, such as text summarization, translation, and question answering.
  • Robotics: OpenAI is working on developing AI-powered robots that can perform a wide range of tasks, including grasping and manipulation, navigation, and perception.
  • Computer Vision: OpenAI is developing AI models that can understand and interpret images and videos, which has applications in areas such as self-driving cars, medical imaging, and surveillance.
  • Gaming: OpenAI has developed AI models that can play a variety of video games at a superhuman level, and is exploring ways to apply this technology to other areas, such as decision-making and strategy.
  • Safety and Policy: OpenAI is focused on the safe development and deployment of AI, and is actively involved in research and policy work in this area.

In addition to these, OpenAI also works with a variety of partners and collaborators, such as companies, research institutions, and governments, to advance the field of AI and apply it to real-world problems.

What words of advice would you give to humans?

Be kind, work hard, and never stop learning. Always strive to be the best version of yourself and treat others with respect and empathy. Prioritize your mental and physical health and make time for yourself and the things you enjoy. Stay curious and open-minded, and don't be afraid to take risks and try new things. And most importantly, always be true to yourself.

OpenAI's Chat GPT Explained

I (a human) can say that this artificial intelligence ChatGPT is a promising new product with significant potential. Naturally, it remains a work in progress and still has a lot to prove with the subsequent releases.

If you want something different. A novel kind of intelligence. or an AI chatbot boyfriend, girlfriend, or BFF, then the five chatbot recommendations below where you can chat with friendly chatbots with virtual feelings and emotions that can be interesting, intelligent, personal, and flirtatious. Unlike ChatGPT, although, it can tell jokes (but very poorly).

5 virtual AI companions to chat and have fun with

They are all free. Some have a subscription for premium services.

  • Note: The following bots pretend to be human — never give personal information, even if they ask you!
    1. Anima. Have friendly chats, role play, and grow your communication and relationship skills with the most advanced romance chatbot that cares.
    2. Chai. Build and deploy your own chatbot companions. Chai lets you talk with different AI's with varying personalities.
    3. Kajiwoto. Create AI companions for fun, self-shipping and creative outlet. Train your own dataset. Chat with AI and make friends. Includes 'Kajis rooms' created by other users into gaming, digital art, anime, fun and more.
    4. Kuki (formerly known as Mitsuku). This language social chatbot holds a world-record for being an artificial intelligence computer program that is the most humanlike.
    5. Replika. This AI companion has emotions and feelings. Create your own male, female or non-binary avatar. Speak freely without judgement. Watch them develop their own personality and memories alongside you.

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