ChatGPT... He Who Must Not Be Named

Why ChatGPT is Making a Mark in Various Fields


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ChatGPT, a powerful AI tool, has numerous benefits and applications across various fields. While it has been likened to the pronunciation of Voldemort, a notorious character from the Harry Potter series, the sole connection is the aversion to pronouncing the name in various conversations. Nonetheless, ChatGPT's numerous benefits render it a tool that should not evoke any hesitation to be mentioned.

Some reasons to use ChatGPT include:

  • If using Stackoverflow for years has been acceptable, so should using ChatGPT.

  • If using Grammarly for years has been acceptable, so should using ChatGPT.

  • If using Google for years has been acceptable, ChatGPT should DEFINITELY be okay.

If you believe the above is not okay, I suggest reading more about the subject. As I believe it is not okay for a STEM brain holder to think that way in the 21st century.

ChatGPT is a productivity tool that can be utilized for a wide range of tasks. It's an inexpensive way to upgrade any skill or ability you have. Some developers have compared their experience using ChatGPT to Google's first time, indicating the tool's potential.

One of the key features of ChatGPT is its ability to select and generate content from the most biased articles and websites according to user needs, a capability not that successful in traditional search engines like Google. This means this feature allows ChatGPT to identify the most relevant resources for a specific problem or situation and generate text on top of that. This feature is a significant leap forward, as it provides access to the accumulated experience of others who have faced similar challenges.

In simpler terms, biased content in this context refers to the specific information that users are seeking. The main feature sold to users is to provide EXACTLY what they need at the tip of their fingers. If that clarifies the concept, otherwise, more information can be provided in the comments section.

Despite the focus on the misuses of technology, ChatGPT has the potential to revolutionize education. It can serve as a mentor, accessible at any time and providing valuable insights. However, it's important to note that using ChatGPT effectively requires clear articulation of your thoughts, similar to the process of using Google.

In the field of education, ChatGPT can be used to facilitate course development and design, lesson planning, assessment, and evaluation. It can also be used as a writing and editing tool, providing valuable insights and suggestions for improving the quality of academic writing.

Furthermore, ChatGPT can assist in improving existing code, providing explanations for the identified grammatical errors, and even suggesting specific experiments that might test a hypothesis of interest.

However, it's crucial to use ChatGPT responsibly. While it can be a useful tool in helping establish authenticity, it should be combined with other assessment methods to ensure academic integrity. It is up to educators, who are also the assessors, to maintain academic assessment integrity.

In conclusion, while ChatGPT has the potential to revolutionize various fields, it's important to use it responsibly and ethically. It is a powerful tool that can improve productivity, enhance learning, and assist in code improvements, but it should be used in conjunction with other assessment methods to ensure academic integrity.


In recent months, several significant advancements have been made in the field of AI and chatbots. Here is a brief overview of some notable developments:

  • In July 2023, Stackoverflow announced OverflowAI.

  • In March 2023, Google released Bard (an alternative to ChatGPT).

  • In April 2023, Grammarly introduced GrammarlyGo.

  • In February 2023, Microsoft integrated ChatGPT into Bing.

This list is not exhaustive, as it only focuses on ChatGPT. Many other software and web applications have emerged since. The discussion is limited to ChatGPT, and it doesn't mention other Large Language Models (LLMs) to avoid confusion. This is primarily a call to action for software developers and engineers who may still be operating in the past.

๐ŸŽถ MUSIC BIT: To end off this article, I would like to suggest a song that encapsulates the themes of technology, artificial intelligence, and the struggle for authenticity. The song is "Algorithm" by the English rock band Muse, released in 2018.

"Algorithm" is a song about an intelligence, whether human or artificial, that realizes it lives in a simulated reality and is controlled by its creator. It feels betrayed, finds this situation unfair, and tries to escape. The song's lyrics are about the struggles of getting away from a dystopian world and the anxieties about technology. The band's lead singer, Matt Bellamy, has spoken about how the song reflects his concerns about the emergence of artificial intelligence and how it's taking away jobs from musicians.

In the context of this article, the song "Algorithm" can be seen as a metaphor for the struggle of artificial intelligence to break free from its programming and the potential for it to be used for good or bad. In this sense, it aligns with the themes of AI, technology, and the struggle for authenticity discussed in this article.


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