What can GPT-3 Do?

What is GPT-3 ?

Essentially, GPT-3 is known as third-generation Generative Pre-trained Transformer. It is a neural network machine learning model taught using internet data to generate any type of text. GPT-3 is developed by OpenAI wherein it requires a small amount of input text to generate large volumes of relevant and sophisticated machine-generated text. 

How GPT-3 works is, it returns a natural language text completion in response to any text request, such as a phrase or a sentence. Developers can “program” GPT-3 by displaying a few samples or “prompts” to it.  

GPT-3 has developed the API to be easy enough for anyone to use while simultaneously being versatile enough to increase the productivity of machine learning teams. 

 Furthermore, If you ask it a question, you would expect the most useful response would be an answer. If you ask it to carry out a task such as creating a summary or writing a poem, you will get a summary or a poem. 

What Can GPT-3 Do 

GPT3One of the primary components of natural language processing is natural language generation, which focuses on generating human language natural text. However, creating human-readable information is challenging for machines that are unfamiliar with the complexities and nuances of language.  

 However, GPT-3 is trained to generate genuine human text by using text from the internet. 

GPT-3 Applications and Industries 

To date, over 300 applications, organizations and software are using GPT-3 across varying categories and industries — from productivity and education to creativity and games. These applications utilize a suite of GPT-3’s diverse capabilities and have helped us discover new ones as well.  

 Let’s learn some of the few applications and industries who uses GPT-3 AI and how it’s taking impact to today’s digital age’s productivity. 

1.Viable

Viable assists businesses in better understanding their consumers by utilizing GPT-3 to deliver meaningful insights from customer feedback in easy-to-understand summaries. 

The software, Viable, uses GPT-3 to identify themes, emotions, and sentiment from surveys, help desk tickets, live chat logs, reviews, and other data sources. It then extracts insights from the collected feedback and formulates a summary in seconds. 

2.Fable Studio 

The app, Fable Studio, is developing a new type of interactive story and is utilizing GPT-3 to power their story-driven “Virtual Beings.” 

 Lucy, the protagonist of Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean’s Wolves in the Walls, which Fable converted into the Emmy Award-winning VR experience, can have realistic conversations with others owing to GPT-3 language. Lucy attended the Sundance Film Festival 2021 as a guest and presented her own film, Dracula. 

3.Algolia

GPT-3 is used by Algolia in their Algolia Answers product to provide their clients with relevant, lightning-fast semantic search. 

 When the OpenAI API was released, Algolia collaborated with OpenAI to integrate GPT-3 with their advanced search engine to produce their new Answers solution. This better understands customers’ inquiries and connects them to the particular section of the content that answers their questions. Algolia Replies assists publishers and customer service help desks in querying in natural language and surfacing nontrivial answers.  

 Algolia also saw 91 percent precision or better after testing GPT-3 on 2.1 million news articles, and Algolia was able to successfully answer complicated natural language inquiries four times more often than BERT. 

 Final Thoughts. 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is having profound effects on society, business, and industries. With that, we believe that the future is really about artificial intelligence. Open AI and others are working on even more powerful and large models, even greater than GPT-3.

And this is something that the world should start embracing and investing in. Making our lives better and easier is just the beginning.