ChatGPT is a smaller version of GPT-3. GPT-3 is a larger, more powerful language model that is trained on a wider range of internet data and can perform a variety of natural language processing tasks. ChatGPT is designed specifically for conversational language understanding and generation, while GPT-3 can perform a wider range of tasks such as language translation and summarization.

There are several ways to use GPT-3:

  1. OpenAI’s API: You can use the OpenAI API to access GPT-3 and use it for various natural language processing tasks such as text generation, language translation, and text summarization. You will need to create an account with OpenAI and obtain an API key to use the service.
  2. Hugging Face’s API: Hugging Face, a company that provides NLP models, also has a GPT-3 API that you can use. Like OpenAI, you need to create an account and obtain an API key to use the service.
  3. Third-party applications: There are also several third-party applications that have integrated GPT-3 into their products, such as chatbots and writing assistants.
  4. Local installation: GPT-3 can be installed locally and run on your own machine. You can use libraries like transformers to load GPT-3 models and use them for various NLP tasks.

Regardless of the way you choose to use GPT-3, you will need to have some understanding of programming and the specific use case you are trying to achieve.