OpenAI, the company behind the popular chatbot ChatGPT, is set to release new tools that will allow users to have more control over the generative AI system.

CEO Sam Altman announced the plans on Thursday at a Morgan Stanley conference, stating that the company will also be working to improve the models for both general and specific use cases.

Altman also revealed that OpenAI's focus will be on building a platform that sells APIs to other companies and creates innovative applications, similar to the success of ChatGPT.

ChatGPT gained popularity for its advanced natural language processing capabilities and ability to generate human-like responses to users' prompts. The AI system uses a sophisticated algorithm that analyzes large amounts of text data to generate responses that are contextually relevant and linguistically coherent.

ChatGPT's popularity also grew due to its ability to engage in conversations on a wide range of topics, from pop culture to science and technology. The chatbot's ease of use and user-friendly interface also helped to attract a broad audience.

As more users interacted with ChatGPT and shared their positive experiences with others, the chatbot's popularity continued to grow, making it one of the most widely recognized AI systems in the market.

Altman has also expressed his intention to give users more control over the generative AI system, while improving the models for both general and specific use cases. The CEO believes that OpenAI's advanced technology has the potential to revolutionize industries such as healthcare, education, and transportation, and has stated that the company is committed to advancing the field of AI in a responsible and ethical manner.

"We'll launch more things soon that give users additional control on the system to behave this way or that way," he said.

In addition, Altman has emphasized the importance of collaboration and has expressed his desire to work with other organizations to achieve shared goals in the AI space.

While ChatGPT has gained popularity for its advanced natural language processing capabilities, the chatbot is not without its limitations. One significant limitation of ChatGPT is its reliance on pre-existing text data, which can lead to biased responses and inaccuracies. As a result, the chatbot may not always provide accurate information or fully understand the nuances of a conversation.

Additionally, ChatGPT's responses are generated based on statistical patterns in the data it has been trained on, meaning it may not always produce responses that are completely original or creative.

The chatbot's abilities are also currently limited to textual communication, which can limit its effectiveness in certain use cases, such as those involving non-textual information or nuanced social cues.

Overall, Altman's plans for OpenAI and ChatGPT reflect a commitment to continued innovation and growth in the field of artificial intelligence.