尝试更多用英语跟ChatGPT沟通

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我最开始使用ChatGPT的时候,多数时候是用英语,因为我在2023年3月的时候问过ChatGPT这个问题

后面可能是ChatGPT越来越厉害,也或许我变得越来越懒(毕竟写中文和看中文肯定比写英文和看英文要容易不少)。

不过我想2024年尽量多的用英语来,其原因倒不是我觉得中文的回答不如英文(我相信即使是有差距,这个距离也会被AI自己给渐渐填平),我想这样做的原因是,主要是我可以练习英语,因为这是个一鱼多吃的事情:

  1. 英语的写作
  2. 英语的阅读
  3. 用英语的方式来思考

而且我对这样的事情非常感兴趣。


我在2024年2月19日也问了一下(当然了,我下面的问题有一个地方不真实,就是我说我可以像native English speaker那样,其实我根本不可以,我那样说只是为了让ChatGPT不用考虑我这方面的原因)。

结论就是:

  • 在一个常规或通用的领域,结果的差异很小(这跟我自己的体感差不多)
  • 对于AI来说,清晰+准确+逻辑,比语言本身更重要

Ben

alright, I have a very serious question I’d like to ask for you (the latest chatGPT 4):

is there any differences in your response/output/answer if my question/input is English or Chinese?

for me, I can use native Chinese or native English, there is no difference for me, but I just worry about the results, I want to the better output from you.

so, please give me a very firm and clear answer, thanks

ChatGPT

The quality and accuracy of my responses can vary slightly depending on the language of the input due to differences in training data coverage and complexity. Here’s a clear answer to your concern:

  • Training Data: My training includes a wide variety of languages, with a significant portion being in English. This means I might have had more exposure to English language data, which could lead to more detailed and nuanced responses in English, especially for topics heavily discussed in English-speaking regions or domains.
  • Language Nuances: Every language has its unique nuances, idioms, and expressions. While I strive to understand and generate accurate responses in multiple languages, the subtleties of less represented languages in my training data might not always be captured as effectively as they are in English.
  • Technical or Specialized Queries: For technical or specialized topics, English might sometimes yield more comprehensive answers, as much of the technical literature and documentation is originally written in English.

However, this doesn’t mean that my responses in Chinese or other languages are significantly less accurate or useful. The difference might be more noticeable in the depth of certain topic discussions, the nuance of language use, or the availability of specific technical or niche information.

For most general, everyday topics, and even many technical ones, you should feel confident using either Chinese or English, based on your preference. If your query is highly technical or requires in-depth discussion on topics primarily documented in English, using English might provide a slight edge.

Ultimately, the best approach is to use the language in which you can express your query most clearly and precisely. If a query in one language doesn’t seem to provide the desired quality of response, you might try rephrasing or asking in the other language to see if there’s a difference.

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