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 Everything you need to know about ChatGPT in April 2023

by Atharva Gulhane

Since its debut in late 2022, ChatGPT has been sweeping the globe, and it is simple to understand why. The advanced chatbot AI is capable of a surprisingly wide range of activities, including everything from having a conversation to finishing a term paper. Also, ChatGPT is capable of many things you didn’t realize it could, including creating music and brand logos.

We know that many individuals are attempting to understand how to use ChatGPT and its restrictions. Check out our tutorial on using ChatGPT and these hints to make the most of ChatGPT if you want to learn how to use this chatbot AI.

News and updates for ChatGPT (Accessed 17 April)
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ChatGPT is “an artificial intelligence trained to assist with a variety of tasks,” according to OpenAI. The “Chat” in ChatGPT refers to a language model AI created to produce writing that is human-like and engages in conversation.

This practically means that, in order to use ChatGPT, you must first type your question or request into a text box before presenting it to the model. The AI then considers this request and reacts in accordance with the data at its disposal.

This practically means that, in order to use ChatGPT, you must first type your question or request into a text box before presenting it to the model. The AI then considers this request and reacts in accordance with the data at its disposal.


  • Create written material, ranging from books to news stories.
  • Shorten lengthy papers
  • Respond to inquiries as a research tool.
  • Create and fix software
  • Text-based and building games
  • Serve as a tutor for issues with or inquiries about assignments
  • Organize your upcoming trip.
  • The creation of software activation keys


Users can continue to use ChatGPT for free while it is still being researched. You only need to register an account, which you can discover how to accomplish in our tutorial to ChatGPT.

However, ChatGPT Plus, a premium membership service for ChatGPT, has also been released by OpenAI. Membership costs $20 a month and offers priority access to new features when they become available, faster response times, and access to ChatGPT even when demand is high. Access to the brand-new GPT-4 large language model is also provided.

Despite these assurances, some users continue to report that they are unable to use ChatGPT because the service is full. So before signing up, be sure to read our guide to ChatGPT Plus to learn everything you need to know.

Developers can include ChatGPT in apps by using the ChatGPT API. But, you may also use this API to carry out a variety of tasks, such as adding ChatGPT via an iPhone shortcut. Typically, the API is a pay-as-you-go service, with prices starting at $0.002 for every 1,000 tokens (a token is a piece of words that the chatbot uses to process prompts).

Oh, and it’s a full-time job, but you can get paid to use ChatGPT. Quick Engineer job postings are multiplying, and some of them offer salaries of more than $300,000. Hence, if you have a passion for AI, that may be a career you want to consider. If finding and reporting ChatGPT problems is more your style, there are other formal bug bounty programs where you can get rewarded.


Presently, Italy is the only nation where ChatGPT is prohibited. There was a ban on it as of March 31, 2023.

The ban is only in effect at this time. The Italian government reportedly issued a government order banning ChatGPT on the basis that OpenAI had improperly gathered personal data, according to The New York Times. Concerns have also been raised about OpenAI’s refusal to implement an age verification system. After that March 31 order, OpenAI has been given 20 days to respond to these issues. During that time, the prohibition may be removed or maintained.

Practically speaking, this means that if you reside in Italy, you are unable to access ChatGPT since OpenAI has been instructed to restrict internet users from Italy. But, you might be able to access the service using a VPN.

Only Italy, China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran lack ChatGPT since OpenAI has chosen not to make the service available in those nations.

Yet, if Eric Schmidt’s most recent remarks are any indicator, additional nations might do the same. In a recent interview, the former CEO of Google forewarned of an impending AI “reckoning,” saying that it would ultimately threaten democracy. Governments will likely take that threat seriously given what has happened with the prospective TikTok ban.


People are beginning to develop AI tools to identify ChatGPT or comparable AI models in written content as ChatGPT becomes increasingly common in writing.

One such technique was developed by Princeton University student Edward Tian and is called GPTZero. NPR reports that GPTZero measures text complexity using “perplexity” and “burstiness” scores. There is some preliminary evidence that GPTZero is effective at identifying the use of ChatGPT because it was able to distinguish between an article from The New Yorker and a LinkedIn post created by ChatGPT.

The idea behind these tools is that human writers use more complex language than other AI does when creating material. All four of our staff testers who participated in the test to see if ChatGPT would take our jobs could determine which reviews were written by people and which were written by ChatGPT. You could try to teach ChatGPT how to write in your style, but it might still be recognized.

Furthermore, ChatGPT has the ability to plagiarise covertly. In order to train its models, ChatGPT collects data from across the internet and other sources, including some that are not widely known. You must cite something in a written piece if it is not widely known or if you are not the primary source in order to prevent plagiarism. You must be careful when utilizing the chatbot to avoid plagiarism, even though it can supply quotes and in some circumstances even trick plagiarism checkers.

What are ChatGPT versions – CHATGPT-3 VS CHATGPT-4 ?

Several people have been curious in the changes between ChatGPT and GPT-4 since the release of GPT-4. With terminologies like ChatGPT-3, ChatGPT-4, and now ChatGPT-5 being used, the vocabulary can even be difficult to understand. Now let’s start by going over the various terms.

Since its founding in 2015, OpenAI has spent the majority of its time developing the GPT model that powers ChatGPT. Later, in the latter half of 2022, they introduced ChatGPT, the well-known chatbot with which we are already all too familiar. The GPT-3.5 model, an improved version of the GPT-3 model and the third generation of the GPT big language model, served as the engine for this ChatGPT chatbot.

As a result, when someone refers to ChatGPT, ChatGPT-3, ChatGPT-3.5, or GPT-3.5, they are referring to ChatGPT’s free edition or the language model that underpins it.

The most recent iteration of the GPT model is called GPT-4. This model, which is also known as ChatGPT-4, debuted in March 2023 and is an improved version of ChatGPT. Presently, this new paradigm is only available to users of ChatGPT Plus or to developers who have access to the ChatGPT API (more on that later). Even though most people don’t have direct access to ChatGPT-4, you might be utilizing it in other apps because it powers the ChatGPT integrations in other apps, like the new Bing with ChatGPT.

But what does this actually imply? GPT-4 is, in essence, a significant advancement. It works more quickly, can read longer passages of text, and even processes images and provides context for them. There are workarounds for ChatGPT-3.5’s restrictions, such as the usage of “Shogtongue,” a language that ChatGPT developed to let talks last longer than the 8,000-word limit.

If you ever hear the term “multimodal functionality” used in reference to GPT-4, it refers to ChatGPT-4’s capacity to handle both text and graphics. Even though you can utilize the text code provided by ChatGPT to produce pictures and 3D models, ChatGPT-3 and ChatGPT-3.5 are solely text-based.

In conclusion, ChatGPT (also known as ChatGPT-3) can accept text input and produce text output. It is run on GPT-3.5. The updated ChatGPT-4 (also known as GPT-4) version is far more powerful and can accept photos as inputs, however, it is only available to ChatGPT Plus subscribers and developers.



Google and CHATGPT

Although there are many ChatGPT substitutes, Google Bard is without a doubt the main rival. In that it is a chatbot that can provide sophisticated answers, produce material like poetry and emails, and assist you in organizing an event or trip, Bard is comparable to ChatGPT. Nonetheless, Bard is now a stand-alone application independent of Google Search, however, this may change in the future.

Anthropic, an OpenAI competitor, is apparently receiving significant investment from Google. Google is rumored to have invested $400 million in Anthropic, and it plans to reveal Claude, Anthropic’s language model, in the near future.

Additionally, there are also rumors claiming that Google is developing Magi, an AI-powered next-generation search engine. While the entire search engine may not launch for a while, some Magi aspects are anticipated to be incorporated into current Google products by Google I/O 2023.

A multimodal search engine with chatbot capabilities, You.com’s AI chatbot is another alternative to what Google is developing. It’s not terrible as a search engine, but ChatGPT has more coding and content creation options. For users in China, Baidu has its own chatbot named Ernie, while Alibaba has debuted Tongyi Qianwen, a competitor to ChatGPT.

You may also wait and see what Elon does if none of that appeals to you. The CEO of Tesla and Twitter is said to be developing his own AI chatbot through the business X.AI, which he established on March 9, 2023.

Bing and CHATGPT

In addition to the ChatGPT substitutes mentioned previously, there is also “the new Bing,” or Bing with ChatGPT.

On February 7, 2023, Bing with ChatGPT was introduced during a Microsoft event. However, it resembles a GPT-powered search engine more than a ChatGPT rival. Although it employs GPT-4 rather than GPT-3.5, it is powered by the same GPT model as ChatGPT.

We were originally impressed by its promise, but as we’ve used the Microsoft chatbot more, problems have emerged. On occasion, we even ponder how ChatGPT may become the next great thing if it already breaks when subjected to more demanding queries. Whilst this occurs more frequently than you’d imagine with chatbot AI, it frequently gets the fundamentals incorrect at a startling rate.

Despite this, Microsoft’s new Bing strategy appears to be working. According to the corporation, it only took less than a month after the new Bing was revealed in February for usage to increase to over 100 million daily active users. It will be fascinating to observe if the number of active users grows as ChatGPT search results proliferate in Bing. According to reports, Samsung is now debating whether it should replace Google with Bing on its Galaxy phones in light of this achievement.

Although there is now only a waitlist for the GPT-powered Bing, it appears that Microsoft is making Bing with ChatGPT available to everyone. You can now get quick access by joining the waitlist, but only on the Edge browser. Also, starting on February 22, Microsoft’s new Bing chatbot is accessible through the Bing, Edge, and Skype apps for iOS and Android. On its SwiftKey keyboard for Android and even SwiftKey for iPhone, it added Bing with ChatGPT. The sole caveat? To use the new Bing’s capabilities in these apps, you’ll still need access to it.

If Bing with ChatGPT is available to you, be sure to read our article on its nine useful applications. An excellent tool,

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