ChatGPT Jan 9 version was just released. We are going to examine what’s new about this brand-new version, and how it will affect the user experience of ChatGPT.
Update: ChatGPT Jan 30 Version was released.
The previous version was released on December 15th. We also examined that in our post here. The new version, named the January 9th Version, was released 23 days later.
The following is the official statement regarding the new version from OpenAI, the company that created ChatGPT. You can also access that page directly from here.
ChatGPT Jan 9 Version: What’s the latest scoop on the release?
- We made more improvements to the ChatGPT model: There appears to have been some advancements in enhancing the effectiveness and precision of ChatGPT responses, but without access to the open-source code and additional information, we cannot know the details at length. According to reports from some users, some people have stated that ChatGPT’s performance has decreased after the release. If you have that kind of experience, it is probably temporary.
- Stop generating: We already felt that ChatGPT was supposed to have this feature. Even after its December 15 release, we provided feedback that we require a function to halt ChatGPT from generating responses because it can become tedious waiting for its response, especially when we know it’s not relevant. Now with Jan 9 version, we are able to stop ChatGPT whenever we want, and this is super useful!
Where is the stop button?
Many users have difficulty locating the stop button in ChatGPT after reading the release notes. They often ask, “Where is the stop button for ChatGPT?” In order to see the button, you need to log out and log in again. However, it’s important to be aware that ChatGPT is experiencing high demand and you may encounter an error message stating that ChatGPT is at capacity when attempting to log in again. So try this method cautiously since it may not temporarily allow you to get back in.
So that’s it. They announced previously mentioned 2 new release notes in Jan 9 version. Additionally, they are looking into ways to generate revenue from ChatGPT.
We would appreciate it if you could share your experiences or any issues you encountered with the January 9 release in the comments section below.
Have a good day with ChatGPT Jan 9 Version!
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