This undergraduate thesis aims to explore the effectiveness of chatbots powered by GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) models in various applications. With the growing popularity of artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP), chatbots have emerged as a promising technology for facilitating communication between humans and machines. This paper will investigate the capabilities of GPT-powered chatbots, analyzing their potential benefits, limitations, and future developments.
GPT, developed by OpenAI, is a state-of-the-art language generation model that utilizes deep learning techniques. It has been trained on a vast amount of internet text, enabling it to generate coherent and contextually relevant responses. The GPT model has achieved remarkable results in various NLP tasks, including text completion, translation, and question answering. This research aims to apply GPT in the development of chatbots and explore its potential for enhancing user experiences.
The study will employ a mixed-methods approach to assess the performance of GPT-powered chatbots. To begin, an implementation of the chatbot will be developed, incorporating the GPT model for natural language processing. A small-scale user study will be conducted to evaluate the chatbot’s ability to understand and respond appropriately to user input. Additionally, objective metrics such as response time and accuracy will be measured to provide quantitative data for analysis.
A qualitative analysis will be performed to gather users’ opinions and feedback regarding their experience with the GPT-powered chatbot. This analysis will involve conducting interviews or administering surveys, allowing participants to express their thoughts on the chatbot’s usefulness, effectiveness, and overall user satisfaction. The findings from both the quantitative and qualitative analyses will be combined to provide a comprehensive evaluation of the GPT-powered chatbot.
Based on the collected data, it is expected that the GPT-powered chatbot will demonstrate impressive capabilities in generating contextually relevant responses and engaging in meaningful conversations. The quantitative results, including response time and accuracy, will provide insights into the efficiency and effectiveness of the chatbot compared to traditional rule-based approaches. The qualitative analysis, through users’ opinions and feedback, will shed light on the chatbot’s strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.
The findings from this study will contribute to the growing body of literature on chatbots and GPT models. The effectiveness of GPT-powered chatbots has significant implications for various industries, such as customer support, virtual assistants, and educational applications. However, it is crucial to address the limitations and challenges associated with these chatbots, including potential biases in language generation and concerns regarding privacy and security.
Further research is needed to refine GPT-powered chatbots, enhance their performance, and address the limitations identified in this study. The ongoing developments in AI and NLP will likely pave the way for more advanced chatbot systems, enabling even more reliable and contextually aware conversations between humans and machines.
This undergraduate thesis has explored the effectiveness of chatbots powered by GPT models. Through a mixed-methods approach, the study has provided insights into the capabilities and limitations of these chatbots. The findings contribute to the existing knowledge in the field of chatbot development and offer valuable implications for future research and practical applications.
As the field of AI continues to advance, it is crucial to explore and harness the potential of GPT-powered chatbots to enhance human-machine interactions. Together with ongoing developments in NLP and AI, these chatbots have the potential to revolutionize various industries and improve overall user experiences in the not-so-distant future.