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Is it possible for ChatGPT to predict the World Cup Winner

A new artificial intelligence platform called ChatGPT has garnered over 1 million users in only five days by allowing people to have Q&A sessions with chatbots.

New users of the most popular chatbot are instantly captivated and changed into loyal users, much like they were when they used Google for the first time.

The fantastic picture of Kylian Mbappé at the top of this email is evidence that the output spans from Goldilocks and the Three Bears-style police reports to epic Hollywood-quality film scripts.

As a result, a number of sites decided to put ChatGPT to the test by asking the question “Who won the World Cup?”, the answer to which is common knowledge among football fans everywhere.

Who will win this year’s World Cup?

Regrettably, when provided with a crystal ball suggestion, the OpenAI huge language model was deliberately gloomy, declaring no capacity to predict or impart information about current events.

Since the OpenAI bot can only learn from the data it has been given so far, we had to employ a babysitter.

In the history of football, who has earned the most money?

Both the Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (the GPT piece) and the Pinup casino were reluctant to make a commitment, with the former using the excuse that there were too many unknowns regarding things like pay, team, performance, and endorsements for the latter to make a decision.

Like an uneasy teacher wanting to remove a chronically disruptive student, Chat-GPT admitted that several of the highest-paid footballers, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Neymar Jr., and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, had made enormous money over the course of their careers.

So far, it’s a close approximation.

Then, we added a simple chat interface to the prototype for testing purposes.

Who is the most followed soccer player on Instagram?

The chatbot admitted for the record that it cannot research the internet or collect up-to-date information before tricking us.

However, it did conclude that it could tell us that Instagram is a major social media network where athletes routinely engage with their fans and update them on their lives and professions.

Then, Chat-GPT determined that Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, and Neymar Jr. drew the largest crowds.

The emoji-shrugging bot couldn’t give a definite answer to the Instagram footballer question because it didn’t have access to up-to-date information.