ChatGPT now also accessible without an account

ChatGPT now also accessible without an account
ChatGPT now also accessible without an account
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OpenAI now makes the basic version of ChatGPT accessible to everyone without first creating an account. However, this version is more limited in functionality than with an account.

The basic version of ChatGPT, which runs on OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 model, now gives everyone instant access without first creating an account. The reason for fully opening up ChatGPT is that the AI ​​giant “wants to make AI accessible to everyone who is curious about how it works.”

Restrictions

The fully open version offers less functionality than with a (free) account. For example, OpenAI has taken additional security measures for this version, including blocking prompts and generated answers for multiple categories. It is not stated which specific categories these are.

In addition, users without an account cannot save their chat history and spoken conversations for later use. They are also unable to use their own instructions, which allow them to determine how ChatGPT answers their questions, or to have the chat tool remember basic information for use during different chat sessions.

These options are therefore limited to using the basic version of ChatGPT with an account. Also, of course, the GPT-4 version of the GenAI tool is still only available for a fee through end-user accounts.

The public version of ChatGPT is now being gradually rolled out by OpenAI. A test by the editors shows that the option cannot yet be used in the Netherlands.

Also read: ChatGPT smartphone app can now read out responses

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