IBL News | New York
OpenAI started to roll out the ability for paid ChatGPT users to add preferences or requirements they’d like the chatbot to consider when generating its responses. This way, users won’t have to repeat their preferences or information in every conversation.
For example, a teacher crafting a lesson plan no longer has to repeat that they’re teaching 3rd-grade science.
Or a developer preferring efficient code in a language that’s not Python – they can say it once, and it’s understood.
“Through our conversations with users across 22 countries, we’ve deepened our understanding of the essential role steerability plays in enabling our models to effectively reflect the diverse contexts and unique needs of each person,” said OpenAI in a blog post.