The Ethereum founder stated that he had tested ChatGPT, an OpenAI AI chatbot, to see if it could write useful code.
Since OpenAI made the bot free, many developers have been exploring its capabilities and testing how much trust can be put in it.
In a blog post, Buterin claimed the new chatbot could be a “programming aid,” yet when asked for code snippets, the bot made mistakes.
Buterin commented that Artificial Intelligence is still far from being able to take the place of human programmers.
ChatGPT utilizes natural language processing, a form of cutting-edge artificial intelligence, to provide instantaneous responses.
ChatGPT can be utilized to find particular programming code which can aid coders in programming applications, be it related to blockchains or other kinds of software.
Buterin stated that it can be successful and generate satisfactory code for many situations, particularly for the more basic jobs.
Developers must take care when using ChatGPT as it may provide inaccurate code in response to questions.
Buterin stated that the project exposed him to some new coding designs, and that it also created the base converter more quickly than he himself could have.
Typically, developers turn to websites like StackOverflow to find code that can be used right away, but this can take a long time.