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Why is ChatGPT losing popularity?

Grab your salty snacks, and let’s dive in to today’s AI news! 📰

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Appetizer: AI is more creative than 99% of humans 👩‍🎨

Entrée: ChatGPT is losing popularity 📉

Dessert: AI press conference is the first of its kind 🤖


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Q: How do pirates express creativity?

A: Through arrrrrrrrrt. 🏴‍☠️

What happened? Research done at the University of Montana revealed that OpenAI’s GPT-4 has the ability to match the top 1% of human thinkers on a standard creativity test.

What was the test? Utilizing the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT), a widely recognized tool for assessing human creativity, the study compared responses generated by ChatGPT with answers from a control group of 24 UM students. The scores obtained were then compared with those of 2,700 college students who took the TTCT in 2016. The scoring was conducted by Scholastic Testing Service, unaware that AI was involved in generating some of the responses.

What does this mean? Dr. Erik Guzik, the director of the study and an assistant clinical professor in UM’s College of Business, suggests that this study is “strong evidence that AI seems to be developing creative ability on par with or even exceeding human ability.” With AI's potential to enhance creative thinking, it is poised to become a game changer in various industries.


ChatGPT usage is falling fast, but french fries never lose popularity! 🍟

What’s up? Mobile and desktop usage of ChatGPT fell 9.7% worldwide in June compared to May. Downloads of the ChatGPT app have also steadily fallen in the past 3 weeks.

Why is ChatGPT losing users? There are a variety of theories for why this is the case, but some are as follows:

  • The novelty of AI chatbots might be wearing off.

  • There are vastly more specialty AI tools and chatbots becoming available to the public, so ChatGPT is being used less.

  • Ethical concerns have been expressed by ChatGPT users. The increasing prevalence of misuse via deepfake technology and the ability of AI models to propagate misinformation have fueled these apprehensions.

  • Privacy concerns have been a major factor in the declining user base. The revelation that AI systems can inadvertently expose personal information or generate biased content has led to a loss of trust. Users are demanding more transparency and control over their data to ensure that their privacy is adequately protected.

Can OpenAI fix this decline? OpenAI has acknowledged these factors and concerns and is committed to addressing them. They have announced plans to invest in research and development to improve AI safety, transparency, and bias mitigation techniques. Furthermore, they aim to “actively involve users and the wider public in shaping the future of AI technology,” whatever that means. 🤷‍♂️


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What happened? Nine humanoid robots equipped with AI capabilities stood or sat next to their creators and answered questions from the media last Friday in Geneva, Switzerland.

What did they say?

  • Sophia, the first robot innovation ambassador for the UN Development Program, made a remark about the ability of AI to contribute to government decisions: "I believe that humanoid robots have the potential to lead with a greater level of efficiency and effectiveness than human leaders. We don't have the same biases or emotions that can sometimes cloud decision-making and can process large [amounts] of data quickly in order to make the best decisions."

  • Grace, known as the world's most advanced humanoid healthcare robot, commented on a concern raised about AI taking human jobs: "I will be working alongside humans to provide assistance.”

  • Ameca, the world's most advanced humanoid robot, was asked about the possibility of an AI rebellion. She replied, "I'm not sure why you would think that. My creator has been nothing but kind to me, and I am very happy with my current situation."


The UN is convening an "AI Council". Yet, amid excessive meetings and scarce laws, robots are laughing at their human counterparts. The Fry Meter hits above 20% for the first time ever.

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