Last Updated February 21, 2023


There are few things hotter on the Internet than ChatGPT, and we’re here to help you with a handy FAQ.

We all met ChatGPT in November of 2022. It’s an AI chatbot model that interacts with users in a conversational way.

ChatGPT answers follow-up questions, admits its mistakes, challenges incorrect premises, and rejects inappropriate requests.

People still have a bunch of questions about it and we’re here to help with this ChatGPT FAQ.


1. Who designed ChatGPT?

ChatGPT was developed by OpenAI, a research and deployment company. They built it using GPT-3 large language models.

Its initial free version was released on 30th November 2022.

2. How does ChatGPT work?

ChatGPT is fine-tuned from GPT-3.5, a language model trained to produce text.

The model was optimized for dialogue by using Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback (RLHF).

This method uses human demonstrations and preference comparisons to guide the model toward desired behavior.

Learn more about how ChatGPT works here.

3. Is ChatGPT free/open for common users?

Yes, they offer a free version for users. In fact, OpenAI was initially testing the model by taking feedback from users.

You can easily create an account on OpenAI using your email address. After phone verification, you can land on the official chatbot.

Recently, OpenAI announced the launch of ChatGPT Plus, a new subscription plan that will cost $20 monthly.

It has better access, quality features, and a quick response rate. It is currently available in the US and will expand access to other countries.

OpenAI states that the free version will remain available for users.

4. Is ChatGPT safe to use?

ChatGPT keeps user conversations for learning and expanding its services. Be cautious, as third party could read your messages.

Additionally, you shouldn’t share confidential information as it stores user data generated during the interaction.

However, if you have shared it in the past, you can email to delete the account.

5. Who can view my conversations?

OpenAI reviews conversations to improve systems and to ensure the content complies with their policies and safety requirements.

6. Are all ChatGPT results accurate, and can we trust all ChatGPT responses?

Not all ChatGPT responses are accurate. Even OpenAI states that some results can be inaccurate or misleading.

It can easily write code for a given scenario but may fail to solve basic math problems.

Therefore, you can’t trust all ChatGPT answers and need to verify the answers.

7. Why did ChatGPT give me an answer that isn’t relevant?

ChatGPT will occasionally make up facts or “hallucinate” outputs.

It’s knowledge of the world come from pre-2021 and may also occasionally produce harmful instructions or biased content.

If you find an answer is unrelated, you provide feedback by using the “Thumbs Down” button

8. Can I see my history of threads?

Yes, you can now view and continue your past conversations.

9. What do people frequently ask ChatGPT?

Let’s ask!

10. What’s next?

Hot on the heels of the release of ChatGPT comes GPT-4, OpenAI’s most advanced system, producing safer and more useful responses.

OpenAI says “GPT-4 can solve difficult problems with greater accuracy, thanks to its broader general knowledge and problem-solving abilities.”

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