How to sign into and use ChatGPT OpenAI. The new AI language model has been trending since its launch last year.
Here’s how you can sign up for it, and what you can use it for.
People are learning how to use ChatGPT to ask it questions in search of funny answers, it can create meal plans, improve their writing for essays, find and correct a bug in code; summarize a book.
Wonder if the AI chatbot could replace programmers or writers, and how it will revolutionize different industries. This almost perfect AI tool isn’t in how innovative the idea of it is, but how easy it is to use as a beginner or a expert. The AI chatbot can hold conversational text interactions with users by using artificial intelligence, and these exchanges can feel as natural as if you were having a conversation with a real person.
How to sign on to ChatGPT
1. Create an OpenAI account
Go to chat.OpenAi.com and register for an account with an email address, or a Google or Microsoft account. Create an account on the OpenAI website to log in and access ChatGPT. (If you haven’t created an account, click on Sign Up and either signup manually or use one of their sign in partners. Otherwise, log in with your OpenAI credentials if you have them already.)
ChatGPT OpenAI Login – Sign-up Option
ChatGPT OpenAI Sign-up Option – Use email or sign in partner.
2. Accept the ChatGPT terms / policies.
Once you’ve logged into your OpenAI account on the ChatGPT side of the website, it’s time to read through the terms and disclosures for ChatGPT and click on Next. Click on Done when you reach the last one.
3. Start talking to your AI chat bot.
ChatGPT Website front page.
That’s it. You have officially created your account and can sign into and start using ChatGPT. Now that you have done this start asking your questions from everyday general questions to how to create a meal plan based on you medical history and see what comes up it could surprise you.
At bottom you can type in any of your ChatGPT prompts in the text box at the bottom of the page and press enter to submit your questions. The AI chatbot will then generate text in an attempt to provide helpful answers to your questions.
Some examples of questions are: The more data you give it the better the answer.
- What does E=MC2 stand for?
- Plan a Disney Vacation with a family of 5. Two adults and 3 kids. Our budget is $20,000 Canadian dollars maximum. Also provide a detailed itinerary of our daily plans there.
- Write a poem about a heart-ache in the style of Elvis Presley.
- Summarize the Pride and Prejudice novel for me.
- Write a sick note for my child missing school for a medical appointment.
- Create a text adventure game
- Write a song about [insert topic here] — Try adding multiple details.
- Ask it philosophical questions.
- Write a poem about [insert topic here] — Again, add as many details as you can think of.
- Write a song about a dog named Sparky who loves human foods.
- Ask it to summarize ideas or concepts.
- What is quantum physics?
- Help me find a name for a business, product, game, or app
ChatGPT can help, by serving up recipes, cooking instructions and even themed dinner party suggestions.
I asked ChatGPT:
“What should I make myself for dinner. I am a vegetarian but don’t like pastas. However increase the protein consumption.”
“There are plenty of delicious vegetarian dinner options that don’t involve pasta. Here are a few ideas:”
“Caesar salad as the appetizer. Vegetarian stir fry served over basmati rice or quinoa; 2 hard boiled eggs, Portobello mushrooms stuffed with spinach, ricotta cheese, and breadcrumbs and baked until golden brown; and chickpeas/lentil mix of vegetable curry severed with basmati rice or with naan bread.”
There are other Chatbots. What is the best AI chatbot?
You may wonder how OpenAI’s ChatGPT compares to others, like Google Bard and Microsoft’s AI-powered Bing. The rise in ChatGPT’s popularity can largely be attributed to the expert combination of wide accessibility, knowledge, and fluidity in conversations. The key is the more details you write in your prompts, the more precise the answers will be.
Can ChatGPT refuse to answer my prompts?
AI systems like ChatGPT they can and do reject inappropriate requests. They still have limited knowledge, the AI assistant is able to distinguish inappropriate requests to prevent the generation of unsafe content.
ChatGPT, like all language models, is not without limitations and can give nonsensical answers and incorrect information, so it’s important to double-check the information it gives you. It’s always learning from the text data it is provided, which can make it prone to misinformation. OpenAI recommends users provide feedback on what ChatGPT tells them using the thumbs up and down buttons, in order to better improve the model.
The AI chatbot is also not connected to the internet and is unable to determine the current date, so asking ChatGPT how many days until Christmas won’t get you an exact number of days, for example this is one of the ways ChatGPT differs from search engines.
Is ChatGPT free?
Yes, you can use ChatGPT for free for the time being. Since the natural language processing model is still in its research and “learning” preview phase, people right now can use it for free; all you need is to register for a free OpenAI account, though there is an option to upgrade to a paid membership.
Paid membership is only explained as described in this image as per their website.
Remember at peak times, you may be unable to access ChatGPT. If you’re seeing a message that it’s at capacity, you can refresh the page or sign up to receive an email when it’s available again.
Aside from reaching capacity, access to ChatGPT can be denied for various reasons sometimes it can be denied while using a VPN, for example. If you’re getting a message when trying to use ChatGPT that says your access is denied, it may be one of these issues:
ChatGPT can be fun and entertaining. It can even be educational. However with AI being used for nefarious human purposes like asking it how to make malware or solve a problem that’s going to be used to break the law. Now we need to start thinking about regulating or pausing AI…