Artificial intelligence and the Gpt chat popularize our knowledge and generalize illiteracy

 Humans make considerable efforts to master the basics of languages and their structures, computers and tablets have replaced our intellectual skills through their linguistic and scientific contribution and support. Today, Chat Gpt, the first baby of artificial intelligence has deployed to solve all our needs in text, writing messages, letters, manuals, leaflets and even class books. The majority of text users to communicate rely entirely on Chat Gpt which, moreover, successfully fulfills their requests and satisfies all tastes. We no longer even need to consult a glossary or sources to correct our mistakes or improve our text, Chat Gpt will do it in less than a second.

Our future is condemned to illiteracy and it is very likely that Chat Gpt or artificial intelligence will be integrated into the human brain. Today, research is underway in the field of brain-machine interface (BMI) which aims to create direct connections between the human brain and computer systems. Tests and experiments have shown that it is possible to allow people to control electronic devices using electrical signals generated by the brain, and this will lead directly to integrating artificial intelligence into the human brain. The “ChatGPT” (Generative Pre-trained Transformer), refers to a system that can generate text in a contextual manner and can therefore understand questions and provide the answer instantly. GPT Chat is an example application of artificial intelligence developed by OpenAI. It is based on a deep neural network architecture called Transformer and has been pre-trained on a large amount of text to learn structure and semantics. natural language. It therefore processes natural language and interacts with users, answering questions, discussing various topics, generating creative text and performing many other language-related tasks. It can be used in applications such as automatic content generation, virtual assistance, machine translation and text analysis.

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