ChatGPT banned: ChatGPT leaved the entire world stunned with its unlimited AI capacity. It delivered to the world the endless possibilities of AI. Unfortunately or fortunately, within just a few days of the launch, ChatGPT was banned in the United States of America and in India.
What is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT (Generative Pre-Trained Transformer) is a product of Open AI, which is a non-profit AI research laboratory founded by prominent business moguls like Ellon Musk, Greg Brockman, IlyaSutskever, WojciechZaremba, and Sam Altman. On the current day, Sam Altman is the CEO.
ChatGPT was launched on November 30, 2022. It was inaugurated by San Francisco-based Dall E 2 and Whisper AI. The idea was to lure customers to benefit from the tool, become dependent, and later monetise on the basis of the same. By December 4, 2022, ChatGPT had already had over a million users. At the advent of the launch, the tool garnered the reputation of emerging as ‘mind-blowing’, as it had the innate ability to deliver human responses.
You can ask any question to ChatGPT and it would answer instantly. This feature seemed to be very useful. Apart from this, you could ask ChatGPT to write and essay, letter, application and it would do it in a jiffy.
Unfortunately, ChatGPT met with severe resistance from the academic community. Learners were fascinated by the tool. Instructors believed students relied heavily on ChatGPT to create essays or cheat in online exams. Traditional Academic Institutions understood that tools such as this could disrupt the organic growth and development of learners as it negatively impacts one’s ability to think, perceive, analyse, and apply what they learn during class hours.
- Students rely heavily on ChatGPT for their work such as writing applications. Due to this, students are not using their creativity and this negatively impacts the growth and development of student.
- A lot of jobs can be at risk as ChatGPT can do a lot of work all alone. This could lead to increase in unemployment.
- ChatGPT can provide inaccurate or misinformed answers. So, there would be need of strict government rules.
AI in India
The Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, announced the establishment of three AI Centres of Excellence in the country. It is a way of enabling India to evolve in a future-forward direction towards a digitally-fit future.