One of the main challenges of ChatGPT is that it predicts feasible responses, which look like reasonable text but may not always be true. This means that ChatGPT may not always give you accurate or reliable information, and may even contradict itself.
For example, you may ask ChatGPT to complete some task (e.g. send an email or print the current directory) and it may respond as though it has some external operating power. However, ChatGPT is only a text-in, text-out system and has no external capabilities. It cannot access your email account, your files, or any other resources outside of its own model. It is simply mimicking the language patterns of a human conversational partner, but without any real understanding of the context or the consequences.
Similarly, you may ask ChatGPT to look up some facts or data (e.g. the capital of a country or the weather forecast) and it may respond with plausible but incorrect answers. ChatGPT does not have access to any external sources of information or knowledge, and it may rely on its own memory or guesswork to generate responses.
It may also confuse or mix up different topics or domains, or repeat or contradict itself over time. Therefore, you should always verify any information or claims that ChatGPT makes with other sources, and do not rely on it for any critical or sensitive decisions or actions. ChatGPT is not a substitute for human judgment, expertise, or responsibility.
ChatGPT is a fascinating and innovative tool that can help you explore the possibilities and challenges of natural language generation and interaction. However, you should also use it responsibly and realistically, and remember that it is not a human, a machine, or a magic wand, but a complex and creative language model.