What is ChatGPT and how it has worried Google about its business?


With this growing technological era chatbots are all rage and the disclosure of chatGPT has taken the world by storm and revolutionized diverse industries.

So, what is ‘chatGPT’? chatGPT – a generative per-trained transformer is a powerful artificial intelligence bot developed by OpenAI, a US-based AI firm set up by Elon Musk and Sam Altman. It was unveiled to the world on 30th November 2022 after seven years of R&D.

The model took the internet world by storm immediately after its disclosure, for its detailed responses and articulate answers across many domains of knowledge.

It is built on top of OpenAI’s GPT-3 family of large language models and has been fine-tuned using both supervised and reinforcement learning from human feedback (RLHF) techniques. In a nutshell, it means human trainers provided conversational data for both sides – users ad AI.

How To Use ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is completely free to use. However, an advanced version of ChatGPT, termed as ChatGPT Plus has been launched in the United States Of America with a monthly subscription of USD 20.

ChatGPT can be accessed through browser, just follow these five easy steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Visit https://openai.com/blog/chatgpt/ .

Step 2: Click On ‘TRY CHATGPT’.

Step 3: Sign Up on this website by entering the required credentials.

Step 4: Verify your account through a code sent to your mobile phone or Email ID.

Step 5: Once the verification process is done, you can start exploring it.

What Is “ChatGPT is at capacity right now”?

When users try to sign up for ChatGPT, an error message saying that “ChatGPT is at capacity right now” may appear. This signifies that they are momentarily unable to add new users due to a flood of traffic.

In simple language, more number of users are trying to use ChatGPT than the server’s capacity.

“Just like any other online service, ChatGPT requires servers to operate. And just like every server, they tend to overload in the face of high volume of traffic”

How To Fix This Problem?

  • Wait for a little
  • Refresh the page
  • Login to your ChatGPT account again
  • Use VPN or Incognito Mode
  • Clear browser’s cache
  • Avoid using ChatGPT in peak hours

Other than this, users might also come across an error code 1020, network unavailable, etc. This happens as the chatbot’s servers are overwhelmed by the request volume that they receive.

ChatGPT : Positives & Negatives:


  • Quicker Customer Support
  • Reduced HR Cost
  • Greater Client Satisfaction
  • Improved Learning Experience
  • Available Anywhere & Anytime
  • Personalized Learning
  • Reduced Student Anxiety
  • Cost Effective


  • Limited Interactivity
  • Impersonal
  • Limited Creativity
  • Too Much Dependence on Technology
  • Data Privacy Concerns
  • Higher Misunderstanding
  • Complexity Drives Cost
  • Not Suitable For All Domains

ChatGPT Alternatives:

  • Open AI playground
  • Bard AI
  • Jasper Chat
  • LaMDA (Language Model for Digital Applications)
  • Bing AI
  • Amazon Codewhisperer
  • NeevaAI
  • Elsa Speaks
  • You Chat
  • Replika

ChatGPT Has Google ‘worried’ About Its Business, Here’s Why?

Google is not merely a search engine nowadays, it has become people’s primary interface to internet but ‘the most popular search engine’  is worried as AI takes over the world, hence, it has purportedly issued a “red code” over ChatGPT, according to a report by The New York Times.

25 years ago, google appeared as a huge competitor for then used search engines, took away a big chunk of users from search engines like Yahoo, AOL,Bing,internet Explorer, and more, as these could keep up with the smarts of Google search.

All was fine for Google, until  four months ago, when an AI research company, unveiled ChatGPT to the world as “an experiment”. Since then, it has been a cut-throat competitor for Google.

Not only ChatGPT but also DALL-E, yet again an OpenAI product, which can render images based on text prompts, and results have left the world perplexed and astonished. So, it has been argued that why would someone even search anything on Google and then sail in the ocean of links to find answer if  they can just chat with AI and have the answers in a jiffy.

Amidst such competition, Google has released it’s chatbot LaMDA though it has been too late to get them to the public, but it gained a lot of attention, primarily because a Google engineer called it sentient.

“ChatGPT or for that reason any other AI chatbot cannot scrap the internet for answers. Though it does a great job but it is not factually accurate everytime you summon it, and if you are doing so, it is not a good idea” – Sam Altaman, CEO of OpenAI

So, no, AI chatbots cannot replace a search engine, at least not for a while. It is hard to say what future holds, but Google has been actively working to enhance its search engine using the same technology underlies beneath LaMDA, ChatGPT, and other AI chatbots.

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