Stark County Professor Discusses ChatGPT and the Growing Influence of AI - Credit: Canton Rep

Stark County Professor Discusses ChatGPT and the Growing Influence of AI

ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) bot created by Malone University professor, Dr. David Koop. It’s a chatbot that uses natural language processing to understand and respond to user input in real-time. The goal of ChatGPT is to provide users with a conversational AI experience that feels like talking to another person.

Dr. Koop explains the concept behind ChatGPT: “The idea behind it was to create an AI system that could interact with people in a more natural way than traditional bots or virtual assistants do today.” He goes on to explain how this technology works: “It uses deep learning algorithms and natural language processing techniques such as sentiment analysis, topic modeling, and semantic understanding.”

In order for ChatGPT to work properly, it needs data from conversations between humans so it can learn how people communicate naturally. To achieve this, Dr. Koop has been collecting conversations from online forums and social media platforms such as Reddit and Twitter since 2018. This data helps the bot understand human conversation better so it can respond appropriately when interacting with users in real-time conversations over text or voice channels like Facebook Messenger or Slack.

So far, the results have been promising; many users report feeling like they are having a genuine conversation with someone else when using ChatGPT instead of just talking at a computer program or robot assistant! In addition, Dr. Koop has found that his students who use the bot during class discussions tend to be more engaged because they feel comfortable asking questions without fear of judgment from their peers – something which isn’t always possible in traditional classroom settings where everyone is expected to know all the answers already!

Dr Koop believes there’s still much potential for improvement when it comes to developing AI bots like ChatGPT: “We’re still working on making them smarter by adding new features such as emotion recognition and improving their ability to handle complex topics,” he says.” We also want them able recognize different types of communication styles so they can adapt accordingly depending on who they’re speaking with!”

Overall, Dr Koop sees great potential for AI bots like ChatGPT not only within education but also across other industries too – particularly customer service roles where automated responses may soon become commonplace thanks advances made in machine learning technologies over recent years! As these technologies continue advancing further into our everyday lives we will no doubt see even more applications being developed which leverage these powerful tools – allowing us all benefit from increased efficiency while maintaining meaningful interactions between humans & machines alike!

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