Last weekend we spent some hours playing around with ChatGPT, and the result was WebGPT. We've always had internet access in our ChatGPT chatbot tech, but WebGPT is exclusively using the internet, making it more suitable for a "standalone ChatGPT internet experience".
WebGPT has two input fields. The first field is your instruction to ChatGPT, and can be for instance "translate this content to French", or "create a summary of the following information", etc. The second input field accepts a search query or a URL, and becomes the input data supplied to ChatGPT. Think about the instruction as your "function" and the search query as your "data".
When you click the generate button, our backend system will either scrape your specified URL, or do a DuckDuckGo search for your query, and scrape the top 5 results, and extract context information it sends to ChatGPT along with your instructions. Below is a YouTube video illustrating the process.
1. Create Marketing Emails
One thing we've already started using it for ourselves is to create marketing emails based upon our own website. This allows us to simply provide it with the URL to our landing page, or some article, and add the following instruction.
Create a marketing email for the following content
Below you can see the response.
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2. Create blog posts
Another great use case is to use it to generate articles. Below is an example of how I used one of OpenAI's blog post as my input to create a new article from its content.
Below is parts of the result.
Frontier Risk and Preparedness: Safeguarding the Future of AI
As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance at an unprecedented pace, it is crucial to address the potential risks associated with the development and deployment of highly-capable AI systems. OpenAI, a leading AI research lab, recognizes the importance of proactive risk management and has taken significant steps towards ensuring the safety and security of AI technologies.
3. Analyse and transform content
This one is obvious and similar to the "create a summary" example further up, and can be given instructions such as for instance:
- "Analyse the following content for bias"
- "Extract a list of xyz from the following content"
- "Translate the following content into Spanish"
- Etc ...
WebGPT is arguably just a special case of our AI Expert System, and to such an extent a part of our product suite. However, we wanted to create this little tool and give out to the community free of charge as a little "thank you for your support" act. The system doesn't require registering, and is completely open for all to play with. It's using GPT 3.5 as its model since it's much less expensive than GPT 4. GPT 3.5 isn't as good on following instructions as GPT 4, but for simple use cases such as the above it should suffice. If you become a client of us and you use our AI Expert System you can of course override the system with GPT 4.