OpenAI adding support for plugins to ChatGPT

    OpenAI adding support for plugins to ChatGPT

    OpenAI adding support for plugins to ChatGPT


    Posted: 23 Mar 2023

    We are adding support for plugins to ChatGPT — extensions which integrate it with third-party services or allow it to access up-to-date information. We’re starting small to study real-world use, impact, and safety and alignment challenges.


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    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    23 Mar 2023


  1. Posts : 282
    Windows 10 Pro
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    I wanted to use ChatGPT, but upon signing up they wanted a phone number. NOPE! Total BS. No real reason why you need a phone number so you can link my usage. I was already using some incognito stuff to avoid being linked to what I wanted that AI to compute. When they asked for my phone number I was about to throw my fist threw the f-ing screen. I guess now I have to get a dumb phone just for this sign-up crap. Ting seems interesting.

    Seems like you can't do jack without having to hand over a phone number. And you can't use a VoIP provider because websites are using an API to know who owns that phone number - the phone provider. Google is one that will tell you to take a hike if you use a VoIP number. They love getting on their knees and sucking telemetry out of you...
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  2. Posts : 7,606
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #2

    Is it possible to use ChatGPT on Edge? If so, how?
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  3. Posts : 7,919
    Windows 11 Pro 64 bit
       #3

    F22 Simpilot said:
    I wanted to use ChatGPT, but upon signing up they wanted a phone number. NOPE! Total BS. No real reason why you need a phone number so you can link my usage. I was already using some incognito stuff to avoid being linked to what I wanted that AI to compute. When they asked for my phone number I was about to throw my fist threw the f-ing screen. I guess now I have to get a dumb phone just for this sign-up crap. Ting seems interesting.

    Seems like you can't do jack without having to hand over a phone number. And you can't use a VoIP provider because websites are using an API to know who owns that phone number - the phone provider. Google is one that will tell you to take a hike if you use a VoIP number. They love getting on their knees and sucking telemetry out of you...
    I use several phone numbers on such sites none of which are correct!
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