OpenAI has opened up instant access to ChatGPT without the need to register or log in, calling it the next step in its mission to “make tools like ChatGPT widely available so that people can experience the benefits of AI.” Anonymous users will work with the GPT-3.5 model. The system allows you to start a conversation with a chatbot without any input data. Registration and login buttons are also available near the dialog box – because unauthorized users will not be able to save and view chat history and share dialogues; Also, voice conversations and personal instructions are not available to them.

However, the company notes that users who are not logged in can potentially pose new threats – so some additional measures have been taken to protect them from themselves – in particular, requests and generations “in a wider range of categories” will be blocked. It is not yet known what kind of range and categories we are talking about. However, an anonymous user will be able to disable data collection from their conversations with ChatGPT in the settings. To do this, click on the small question mark to the right of the text box at the bottom of the screen, select “Settings” and turn off the “Improve model for everyone” option.

According to OpenAI, more than 100 million people in 185 countries use ChatGPT every week “to learn, find creative inspiration, and get answers to questions.” The move will make the company’s AI tool even more accessible to the general public – so Musk’s legal claims against OpenAI for “betraying” the non-profit AI mission will be even harder to prove. How do you like it, Elon?

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