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Should I trust ChatGPT answers about TON?

I've tried asking ChatGPT about development on TON. It kept referring to a project called FreeTON, but I couldn't find more info on that. Are those answers right or just some nonsense?


This question was imported from Telegram Chat: https://t.me/tondev/119436

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While AI chatbots might be helpful in some situations, it's important to understand their limitations.

One such limitation is that ChatGPT was trained on information up to 2021 and its knowledge of the world after that is very limited. TON is evolving rapidly and lots of things happened after 2021. There's indeed a project that had been previously called FreeTON, but it has been renamed to Everscale and parted ways with TON. So the answers you get seem outdated.

There's also a more fundamental limitation. At the time of writing, AI chatbots are not a reliable source of information in general. Sometimes a bot "hallucinates" and confidently gives answers that look convincing but are completely wrong. So if you need reliable information regarding development on TON, it's better to ask using this website instead of a chat bot.

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