According to Open AI, enterprises and users can now train and fine-tune ChatGPT to meet their individual needs.


OpenAI has introduced a fine-tuning tool that will allow businesses to tailor ChatGPT to their specific requirements. Businesses who use the ChatGPT 3.5 API will be able to use the capability to fine-tune and train the AI assistant to create material that meets the standards.

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ChatGPT, a popular AI tool these days, is reasonably good at some jobs. But what if it still fails to fulfil the high criteria you or your employer set for work? OpenAI, the firm behind ChatGPT, has now released a tool that will aid businesses utilising the ChatGPT 3.5 API in fine-tuning and training the AI assistant so that it provides content that meets the requirements.

“Fine-tuning allows you to train the model on your company’s data and run it at scale,” OpenAI explained in a tweet. It also claims that the custom model generated through fine-tuning can match or exceed GPT-4’s capabilities for specific tasks.

Fine-tuning to customise models for businesses

Since the release of GPT-3.5 Turbo, an API that enterprises and organisations may use, OpenAI users have requested the option to tweak the model to provide unique and exceptional experiences. “With this launch, developers can now run supervised fine-tuning to make this model perform better for their use cases,” the company explained.

The business also stated that, like ChatGPT, the GPT3.5 API will be pre-trained with data until September 2021. Furthermore, organisations’ custom training and fine-tuning of the API for their own usage will be regarded local application, and the custom data will not be utilised to train any OpenAI application.

So, how can businesses make use of the new GPT feature? Here’s an illustration: Perhaps your organisation provides customer service and uses the GPT 3.5 API to power the AI tool that interacts with customers. With the new capability, you can now instruct and train the GPT-3.5 to respond to clients in your preferred manner and with your preferred solutions.

Custom instruction for ChatGPT users

The new feature arrives just days after OpenAI released custom instructions for ChatGPT. This feature allows the AI chatbot to tailor its response to the user’s preferences. Users are initially invited to provide an introduction, answering questions such as “What information would you like ChatGPT to know about you?” and “How should ChatGPT tailor its responses to you?” before they can select preferences.

After the introduction, ChatGPT will include the user’s customised instructions in all new discussions. When the model generates a response, it will take these instructions into account. This means that users will no longer have to specify their preferences or details in each conversation.

For example, a novelist can tell ChatGPT about the novel’s genre, tone, and target audience so that ChatGPT can generate text that is consistent with the writer’s vision. A student preparing for a test can tell ChatGPT about the subject of the test, and ChatGPT will generate practise questions and study resources tailored to the student’s needs.

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