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First impressions of using ChatGPT4 and WebPilot plugin

In the field of artificial intelligence, ChatGPT4 and the WebPilot plugin are prominent entities. The WebPilot allows you to utilize ChatGPT on the present internet. However, ChatGPT4’s drawback is that it depends on internet data up to September 2021. This blog entry presents our initial experience using WebPilot.


We had high expectations for the WebPilot plugin due to the exceptional quality and intelligence of ChatGPT 4, as well as the availability of current information. This had the potential to revolutionize the internet as we know it.

The Functionality of ChatGPT-4 and WebPilot

ChatGPT-4 is an AI model developed by OpenAI, designed for generating human-like text based on the input it receives. WebPilot is an additional tool that assists ChatGPT-4 in retrieving and interpreting information from the internet.

The Limitations

Unfortunately, WebPilot did not meet our expectations. At present, the plugin has numerous restrictions:

  1. Absence of Real-Time Browsing: ChatGPT-4 and WebPilot cannot browse the internet in real-time. Their knowledge is based on a static snapshot of the internet that only includes information up until September 2021.
  2. Restricted Website Access: These AI systems cannot access all websites. Certain sites may be inaccessible due to paywalls, restrictions, or the requirement for personal login credentials.
    ChatGPT and WebPilot
  3. Limited Website Interactivity: The AI systems cannot interact with websites in the same manner as a human user. They are unable to perform actions such as clicking buttons, filling out forms, or executing JavaScript on a webpage.
  4. Inability to Access Specific Social Media Content: ChatGPT-4 and WebPilot cannot retrieve specific content or profiles from social media platforms.
    WebPilot cannot login to social media
  5. No Search Engine Queries: These AI systems do not perform search engine queries. They generate responses based on a mixture of licensed data, data created by human trainers, and publicly available data.
  6. Inability to Access Subscription Sites, Confidential Information, or Proprietary Databases: They cannot access information behind paywalls, confidential information, or proprietary databases.
  7. Absence of Real-Time Updates or News: ChatGPT-4 and WebPilot cannot provide real-time updates or news as they do not have the ability to access real-time information or updates from the internet.
  8. Respect for Personal Data: These AI systems are designed to respect user privacy and confidentiality. They do not store personal data shared during conversations and cannot retrieve personal data from previous interactions.

In conclusion, while ChatGPT-4 and WebPilot are advanced AI systems with a wide range of capabilities and we’re still in the early stages of using AI chatbots on the internet. We’re sure that with time, things will drastically improve and the internet won’t be the same. However, we’re not there yet.

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