Why am I calling GPT version GPT-3 instead of GPT-3.5 when installing the openai library using node.js, but the request I sent is GPT-3.5

const message = { role: “user”, content: question };
const response = await openai.createChatCompletion({
model: “gpt-3.5-turbo”,
temperature: 0.1,
messages: […conversationHistory, message],

As the message says, it doesn’t have knowledge of itself. It’s trained on content from before it existed. Trust your code and the documentation, not the chat response.

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Thank you, Novaphil. Through your words and my search for the problem again, you let me know that my code is correct. This has been very helpful to me, and I have found that I only need to set the value of temperature higher, so answering my question will appear even more limited. The response will also be displayed as GPT-3.5-turbo.

I have another question about this. I wonder if you are willing to help me. I would like to know if using node. js to call the openai library can only use GPT-3? Its data collection deadline is May 2021, and to my knowledge, GPT-3.5 data is as of September 2021.

All the models are listed here. There is no literal “GPT 3” model in API. Closest is gpt-3.5-turbo with Sept 2021 cutoff.