Users Request GPT-5 to Remove 25 Messages Cap and More

Recently, ChatGPT users have been requesting that its successor, GPT-5, remove the 25 messages cap that limits the number of messages that can be sent in a single conversation1. While ChatGPT has been a popular tool for generating text and even poetry2, its users are hoping that GPT-5 will be even more powerful and user-friendly.However, as the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and chatbots like ChatGPT and GPT-5 become more prevalent, concerns about plagiarism and academic integrity have arisen. Some users have questioned whether text generated by AI is considered plagiarism and whether it is ethical to use AI-generated text in academic writing3.To ensure ethical writing practices and prevent plagiarism, it is important to understand what constitutes plagiarism and how to avoid it. Plagiarism can take many forms, including copying and pasting text without proper citation, using synonyms to replace words in a passage, and following the structure of a source material line by line45. While AI and chatbots can help with scientific writing, they can also commit plagiarism if programmed improperly6.In summary, while ChatGPT users eagerly await the release of GPT-5, it is important to also consider the ethical use of AI-generated text in academic writing. By understanding what plagiarism is and how to avoid it, users can ensure that they are using AI and chatbots in a responsible and ethical manner.