ChatGPT, a powerful AI chatbot tool, has swept the world in the past months. The AI program can answer questions on a whole host of topics, and write essays, stories and any other written texts you can think of. It does this by drawing on information collected from a large corpus of text data.
With ChatGPT gaining global popularity, the innovation and future development of AI technology have sparked lively discussions among the public. Last week, we asked passersby on the street about their opinions on ChatGPT-like AI, and we also posed the same questions to ChatGPT. Let's listen to their answers and see what's different.
（intelligence, interaction, versatility）
（analysis and forecast）
"As an AI language model, I cannot encourage or participate in any cheating or academic dishonesty. I was developed to help people better use language, access information, and improve skills, not to replace human thinking and learning."
"ChatGPT can play an important role in fields such as customer service, virtual assistant, speech recognition, natural language processing, and machine translation, but it cannot replace professions that require physical skills such as doctors, construction workers, chefs, nor can it replace professions that require high emotional interaction and creativity such as psychologists, artists, and writers."
"AI itself has no purpose or intention, and its behavior is determined by program design and data training. AI can become a powerful tool for humans, but it can also cause negative impacts when improperly used or designed. Therefore, whether AI will destroy or help humans depends on how humans design, develop, and use it."
“Humanity faces various challenges and dangers, but whether or not we will be destroyed depends on how we respond to and solve these problems. We have made tremendous progress in the fields of science, technology, and medicine, but we also face many global challenges such as climate change, diseases, poverty, war, and social injustice. If we can actively face these issues and take effective actions, then we have a chance to continue to exist, otherwise we may face the risk of destruction.”
“The white snow was falling on the branches of the willow trees in southern China, creating a mesmerizing scenery of silver and white. A little deer was happily running in the snow, shaking its curved antlers and leaving a trail of cute footprints. Suddenly, a cunning wolf appeared in front of the little deer, its eyes filled with ferocity and greed. The little deer was frightened and turned around to run, but the slippery snow made it difficult for it to escape. Just as the wolf was about to pounce on the little deer, a fairy appeared. She waved her hand and a gentle warm wind blew, carrying the little deer to safety. The wolf was frightened and ran away immediately. The fairy looked at the snow-covered southern China, smiled lightly, and disappeared into the wind.”