ChatGPT is an AI language model developed by OpenAI that is trained to generate human-like responses to natural language prompts. Unlike traditional chatbots, which rely on rule-based programming, ChatGPT uses machine learning to generate responses based on vast amounts of training data. This allows it to provide more nuanced and context-sensitive responses that can mimic human conversation more closely.
To mitigate this risk, developers must implement robust security measures and educate users on how to recognize and avoid malicious chatbots. They must also work with policymakers and regulators to establish guidelines and regulations around the use of chatbots in sensitive contexts.