Topic: chatgpt

Voice and image capabilities added to ChatGPT

OpenAI is introducing new features for voice and image interactions. These features provide a more intuitive way to communicate with ChatGPT, allowing users to engage in voice conversations and share visual content to enhance the conversation. The addition of voice and image features in ChatGPT offers users more versatile ways to use the tool in … continue reading

Analyst View: Is AI coming for software development?

AI (as in Artificial Intelligence, not ‘augmented’ or ‘automated’ intelligence) has rapidly become a transformational factor for dozens of markets, including software development itself.  Even if we were aware that generative AIs like ChatGPT can ultimately generate bullshit, as my colleague Jason Bloomberg says, and we know they are getting overhyped across social networks and … continue reading

You can now add preferences for ChatGPT to consider when generating its responses

OpenAI has announced the availability of a new feature in ChatGPT to allow customers to make the chatbot fit their needs. Custom instructions can now be used to add preferences or requirements for ChatGPT to use when generating responses. Custom instructions can be applied to all future conversations, eliminating the need to restate these requirements … continue reading

OutSystems unveils roadmap for generative AI usage

OutSystems is letting customers know what they can expect down the road from the company when it comes to AI integrations. To start, today the company announced new connectors from OpenAI, including one for ChatGPT.  With the option to use ChatGPT within OutSystems, customers will be able to create applications that include conversational interfaces, supporting … continue reading

Generative AI and software testing: Here’s what our experiments with generative AI and software testing found

Amid the cacophony of noise about generative AI and software development, we haven’t seen much thoughtful discussion about software testing specifically. We’ve been experimenting with ChatGPT’s test writing capabilities and wanted to share our findings. In short: we conclude that ChatGPT is only somewhat useful for writing tests today, but we expect that to change … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: OpenChat

OpenChat is an open-source alternative to ChatGPT that simplifies the process of creating chatbots. It uses GPT-3 as its language model. Developers can use it to create chatbots from PDFs or websites. Soon the project will add support for Notion, Confluence, and Office 365 as data sources. Entire codebases can also be used as a … continue reading

Sentra has a new feature to remove personal info from ChatGPT prompts

Cloud data security company Sentra has announced a new feature that removes Personal Identifiable Information (PII) from ChatGPT and Google Bard prompts.  Named Sentra ChatDLP Anonymizer, the new feature helps minimize vulnerability around this critical personal data and helps companies ensure compliance with privacy frameworks, such as CCPA and GDPR.  It is currently already available … continue reading

How useful has ChatGPT actually been for marketers?

Because of ChatGPT, a lot of the current ways of working are in the process of morphing into something different. One area of the business where this is especially true is marketing. ChatGPT, and other generative AI technologies, are particularly good at communication, rewriting content, and generating ideas, which makes it the perfect companion to … continue reading

OpenAI announces ChatGPT app for iOS

OpenAI has announced a new iOS app that can be used to access ChatGPT.  According to OpenAI, they have gotten feedback over the past few months that people want to be able to use ChatGPT on the go, not just from a web browser.  The iOS ChatGPT app will be free to use and will … continue reading

Google removes waitlist for Bard, highlights recent and upcoming improvements

Earlier this year, Google announced Bard, a generative AI solution meant to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Previously the only way to use Bard was to get on the waitlist, but now the company is announcing that it is removing that waitlist and opening Bard up to all. With this announcement, Bard will be available in … continue reading

Getting ready for the generative AI wave

Even as late as December of last year, few were aware of generative AI. Then ChatGPT popped up, and Microsoft started putting it in everything including its developer tools. Now it’s currently the hottest thing in the market. It is also still immature, but it is working well enough that people are finding it surprisingly … continue reading

Google outlines four principles for responsible AI

With all the uptake over AI technology like GPT over the past several months, many are thinking about the ethical responsibility in AI development. According to Google, responsible AI means not just avoiding risks, but also finding ways to improve people’s lives and address social and scientific problems, as these new technologies have applications in … continue reading Protection Status