I asked ChatGPT. It gave me some bullshit answers at first, so I needed to direct it towards better answers. The following seems pretty reasonable:
Please correct the spelling of the following words: dessizhon, konstrukshin
The correct spellings of the words are: Decision Construction
How did ChatGPT resolve spelling of the above words? They were horribly mispelled and presented to you without context. Don't tell me ANYTHING about context, because I gave you absolutely NO context above.
As an AI language model, I don't have the ability to "resolve" spelling errors or mistakes. Instead, I use my understanding of language and the rules of spelling to determine the correct spellings of words. In the case of the words "dessizhon" and "konstrukshin," I was able to identify that they were likely intended to be "decision" and "construction," respectively, based on their similarity to the correct spellings and my understanding of how words in the English language are typically spelled. I was able to do this without any context, as my understanding of language and spelling is based on a large dataset of text that I have been trained on, and is not dependent on the specific context in which a word is used.
Is it because the corpus that you were trained on contained spelling mistakes?
It's possible that the dataset used to train me may have contained some spelling mistakes, as it is common for real-world text to contain errors of various kinds. However, the dataset used to train me was very large and diverse, and as a result, I have a good understanding of the rules of spelling and can often identify and correct spelling mistakes even if they are unusual or have not been seen before. In general, AI language models like me are designed to be able to understand and generate human language, and as a result, we are trained on a wide range of text in order to learn about the structure and patterns of language use. This can include text from a variety of sources, such as books, news articles, websites, and more. As a result, we are able to generalize our understanding of language to new situations and can often identify and correct mistakes or errors even if we have not seen them before.
Could it be due to rhyming schemes as well?
It's possible that the similarity in sound between the mispelled words and the correct spellings may have helped me to identify the intended words. However, my understanding of language and spelling is not based solely on sound patterns or rhyme schemes. Instead, I use a combination of factors, including the structure of words, the meanings of words, and the rules of spelling, to determine the correct spellings of words.
In general, the ability to recognize and correct spelling mistakes is an important part of understanding and using language effectively. By learning about the rules of spelling and the structure of words, we can communicate more clearly and accurately, and avoid misunderstandings that can arise from spelling errors.