With the Artificial Intelligence software growth over the last years, one specific product emerged from the others showing the power of AI: ChatGPT
In this tutorial, I will show you how to use ChatGPT with Raspberry PI computer board to customize your Python scripts.
What is ChatGPT
Let’s look at how ChatGPT presents itself, by using one of the scripts that I’ll provide later in this article:
ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot platform that enables businesses to create automated conversations with their customers. It uses natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning (ML) to understand customer queries and provide accurate responses. ChatGPT is designed to provide a more natural and conversational experience for customers, allowing them to interact with a chatbot in the same way they would with a human customer service representative.
With ChatGPT, businesses can create automated conversations that are tailored to their specific needs, allowing them to provide a more personalized customer experience. ChatGPT also offers a range of features such as sentiment analysis, intent recognition, and automated responses, allowing businesses to quickly and accurately respond to customer queries.
Additionally, ChatGPT can be integrated with other systems such as CRM, ERP, and analytics, allowing businesses to gain valuable insights into customer behavior and preferences. With ChatGPT, businesses can provide a more efficient and effective customer service experience, allowing them to better serve their customers and increase customer satisfaction.
ChatGPT is maintained by OpenAI, an AI research and deployment company. Another interesting product of OpenAI is their DALL·E, an AI software capable of automatically generating images from a text query. We’ll see an example also for this.
ChatGPT isn’t free. It uses pricing based on tokens. A token is a single atomic word chunk. It’s not always equal to one word as some composed words may take more tokens. For example, the word “hamburger” will use 3 tokens: “ham”, “bur” and “ger”. A short and common word like “pear” will use only 1 token. The more tokens you use, the more your query will cost. You will pay both for the tokens required to understand your query and the tokens required to compose the answer.
The good news is that the token price is really affordable (usually 1.000 tokens cost a few cents or less). Moreover, you can easily sign up with a free personal account to get a bundle of 18$ to test ChatGPT for 3 months. And I can assure you that with 18$ you can do really a lot of tests.
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