So API is just “bad”! and so, no need to purchase for paid-version. (btw, I have tested several times (10-15) and more than %50 was so weird…). There may be small mistakes but this model is completely dangerous for embedding commercial front-ends
The OpenAI API and chat.openai.com are two different ways to interact with OpenAI’s language models.
OpenAI API: The OpenAI API allows developers to integrate OpenAI’s language models into their own applications, products, or services. It provides a programmatic interface that allows you to make API calls to generate text, perform language-related tasks, and more. With the API, you have more control over the model’s behavior and can customize the inputs and outputs according to your specific requirements.
chat.openai.com: chat.openai.com, also known as ChatGPT, is a web-based interface provided by OpenAI that allows users to have interactive conversations with the language model. It provides a user-friendly chat interface where you can input messages and receive model-generated responses in a conversational format. It’s designed to be easy to use and accessible to non-technical users. ChatGPT is a pre-built application that demonstrates the capabilities of the underlying language model.
In summary, the OpenAI API is a developer-focused interface that allows you to integrate OpenAI’s models into your own applications, while chat.openai.com is a ready-to-use web interface for interactive conversations with the model.
So, if the non-paid one doesn’t respond like the one at chat openai com, I will never get that performance even if I buy the paid one.
On the other hand, does your explanation also mean; I can train (add) my own model to the paid-API? e.g. if I want and so teach API model as 2x2 = 5, will it response 5 for the 2x2? Can I do this?