Tell us: how do you use ChatGPT?

ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence chatbot, has reached 100 million within two months of its launch, according to analysts.

The chatbot uses text prompts to create content including essays, jokes, poetry and job applications. OpenAI, a private company backed by Microsoft, made it available to the public for free in late November.

Whether you use it for work, admin, creative projects, or just for fun, would like to hear from people around the world about how they are using ChatGPT.

Have you found it helpful – how well did it do at the tasks you set? Have you used it to ‘chat’, and if so, how was the experience? How often do you use it? How has it changed how you work? Have you found any surprising uses for it yet?

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