ChatGPT now remembers the things you’ve said

ChatGPT now remembers the things you've said

OpenAI is making changes to ChatGPT that can make your chats much more convenient. They are adding a memory feature, which means that ChatGPT will be able to remember information about you and your past conversations. And yes, the memory can include everything you’ve told the chatbot in the past.

This will help make the interaction with the chatbot more personal

You don’t have to repeat yourself every time you talk. ChatGPT can remember details that you directly tell it, or it can learn about you gradually as you use it more. This is done to make your interaction with the bot more personal and not feel like you’re starting from scratch every time.

This memory is not a universal feature, it depends on the version of GPT you are using. For example, if you use a movie recommendation bot, it will remember what movies you’ve watched and what genres you like, or which directors you prefer. This can make many other tools more useful, such as helping you plan your studies or track your fitness progress.

However, the idea of a chatbot that remembers details about users has its drawbacks. There is a fine line between usefulness and intrusiveness, and OpenAI knows this. They have made it so that you can check what the bot remembers about you, ask it to forget certain things, or change the settings in the “Memory Management” section. There is also a Temporary Chat option for when you want to chat without leaving any traces in the memory.

By default, this memory feature will be enabled, and OpenAI plans to use this memory to improve ChatGPT’s performance in the future. But for now, it is only being tested with a small group of users.

It’s exciting to think about how this memory feature will make our interactions with ChatGPT more personalized. The idea is to get a chatbot that is more like an assistant that knows you, rather than a tool that you need to remind every time.


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