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ChatGPT is building a digital archive to access previous chats


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ChatGPT is building a digital archive to access previous chats

A memory function that OpenAI is integrating into ChatGPT will enable the bot to recall significant personal information from previous exchanges and apply that context to the user's current queries.

One of the major disadvantages of speaking with an AI chatbot is that everything resets after the discussion is completed. It won't remember who you are or what you have previously asked. This is by design, for privacy concerns, but it prevents the technology from evolving into a true virtual assistant that knows you sufficiently well to help you with tasks.

OpenAI is working to resolve this issue, and here's how. You can instruct ChatGPT to remember something specific, such as your child's peanut allergy or your preferred email signature. It will automatically store the requested data and apply it to future chats and activities.

Aside from that, the system will take up items over time. It will organically save data when you run queries. The idea is for the chatbot to become smarter and more responsive to your individual demands.

Each customized GPT will have a unique memory. OpenAI uses Books GPT as an example, as the bot remembers which books you've previously read and what genres you enjoy. This memory capability would greatly help the unique chatbots available in the GPT Store.

This appears to be very similar to how the internet already operates. Personal data is stored in apps as well as on websites and social networks. This information is then utilized to establish a unique user profile that can be used to develop personalized algorithms. However, there are serious privacy concerns with the traditional method of doing things that will undoubtedly transfer over to new memory capabilities.


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