ChatGPT has been around for just a few months but it’s caused quite a stir. On Twitter I see people I follow showing their activity with the OpenAI chatbot.
Forbes actually published an article tonight, focusing on the “Dark Side” of ChatGPT.
From the article:
The chat bot has a plethora of possibilities: it can write poetry, song lyrics, computer code and pass an MBA course exam. Users can ask the chat bot questions and responses are generated based on the vast amount of online data that ChatGPT is trained on. Although the possibilities and potential of ChatGPT seem endless, there is a dark side that also deserves examination.
You can read that full article here
BusinessInsider.com has detailed the chaos it’s creating.
It seems there is interest in ChatGPT domain names as well. Ryan from Domain Buy App, Inc. emailed me that his company sold ChatGPT.net for $8,900. He sent over proof as well. The domain name forwards to Slang.net.
According to DotDB.com ChatGPT is registered in 370 extensions.
Ryan, DBA Inc. says
Domain Buy App also has a large portfolio of numerous other ChatGPT domain names selling for 4-5 digits:
ChatGBT is plagiarism gone wild. Which is very bad news for anyone and everyone who creates and posts to the Internet their original work.
Bad news indeed.