Today, artificial intelligence (AI) is regularly used in our daily lives, whether it's for recognition used to unlock our mobile phones, to search for the best holiday destinations online, or to receive recommendations for series and movies on any streaming service. Machines have always been tools that help us simplify life and create a better future for everyone. However, these innovations are not without inherent risks. The most recent and interactive leap was the appearance of AI chatbots – particularly the ChatGPT model.
To better understand what ChatGPT is, it is important to understand what a chatbot is. A chatbot is a computer program that simulates a human conversation to assist in communication and service with a customer through artificial intelligence. The software mimics this human response from voice or text commands, reducing the need for human action.
In 2022, OpenAI launched ChatGPT, created to interact through conversation, allowing for answering follow-up questions, admitting mistakes, challenging incorrect premises, and rejecting inappropriate requests.