Are ChatGPT API Results the Same as the Chat App?

I've been playing around with ChatGPT API in Google Docs and Google Sheets. The results are a mixed bag here.

There are a number of pros and cons. The main pros:

  • Super fast
  • Super cheap
  • Good for short responses

The main cons:

  • Results are not as good as GPT3's davinci-003 model
  • Much more editing is needed for lengthier content

The ChatGPT API overcorrects itself by adding disclaimers to almost every sentence that involves a potential opinion. Here are a couple of examples:

"As an AI language model, I'm unable to physically experience these wonders myself; however, if you're looking for a truly unforgettable vacation destination, Grand Canyon National Park should be at the top of your list."

"As an AI language model, I do not have personal preferences or opinions. However, I can provide information about Grand Canyon National Park..."

Yes, you can delete it, but once you start deleting a few dozen of those sentences, you'll get tired of it pretty quickly.

It could also be due the way my prompts were written though. But when the same prompt is put into ChatGPT's chat app, I got a much better, lengthier response that starts out:

"Overall, Grand Canyon National Park is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling..."

Give it a try though. AI tools built on OpenAI models are starting to switch over or at least add ChatGPT's API as an option. You can check out the results yourself.


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