The technology behind ChatGPT is still under construction. This is no surprise, as text-based artificial intelligence is so new that it can lead to performance issues. One of them is, for example, text interruptions.
When you start chatting with ChatGPT, it gives answers to what you are requesting within its capabilities. However, on numerous occasions he gets stuck, that is, he is not able to continue articulating the answer that he should give us. This complaint has been quite frequent by users, but there is one who has found the solution in the Reddit forum to fix the error.
According to Jarmonic, it is only necessary to write “Continue” (either “keep going”) to have ChatGPT continue with the response right where it left off. That’s it. That easy.
In Reddit responses, some users point out that this doesn’t always work, but they’ve found other ways to get the AI to continue the response. For example, Eoxua points out that with a “go on” also works, as DepassageFrom argues that the “finished already?” works like a scandal. In addition, they emphasize that the “Share More“also hits the nail on the head when it comes to answering.
Like any good artificial intelligence, it is constantly evolving and the team is working on updates to make performance much better. The idea is that it does not get stuck in the future, although technology is so in its infancy at the moment. Of course, we have already been able to see such surprising things as that he plays a Dungeon Master in a game of Dungeons & Dragons, as well as helping to copy the students in class. What will this text-based artificial intelligence surprise us with in the future?