GPT-4 unleashed: Here’s what it will mean for AI chatbots

OpenAI unveiled GPT-4 today, its next-gen large language model that is the technical foundation for both ChatGPT and Microsoft’s Bing AI chatbots. It’s a profound upgrade, potentially opening the door for major advances in both the capabilities and features of today’s AI technology. OpenAI announced the new GPT-4 upgrade on its blog this morning, and you can already try it out on ChatGPT, the AI chatbot that OpenAI has published to the web. (But only ChatGPT Plus, the paid version.) Microsoft confirmed, too, that its latest version of its Bing Chat tool uses GPT-4 as its underpinnings. Why does this matter? We’ve listed several major upgrades that GPT-4 offers, beginning with its biggest: It’s not just about words any more. Now GPT-4 can see the world with visual input “GPT-4 can accept images as inputs and generate captions, classifications, and analyses,” according to OpenAI. Yes, that means what you think it does: ChatGPT and Bing will be able to “see” the world around them, or at least interpret visual results like image search already does. What does this mean in the real world? Well, it means that GPT-4 will actually see the real world, as it’s already doing for an app like Be My Eyes, a tool for those with difficulty seeing. Be My Eyes takes the camera on a smartphone and visually explains what it’s seeing. GPT-4’s longer output: Fanfiction just got epic “GPT-4 is capable of handling over 25,000 words of text, allowing for use cases... Continue reading at 'PC World'

[ PC World | 2023-03-14 19:29:22 UTC ]
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GPT-4 unleashed: Here’s what it will mean for AI chatbots

OpenAI unveiled GPT-4 today, its next-gen large language model that is the technical foundation for both ChatGPT and Microsoft’s Bing AI chatbots. It’s a profound upgrade, potentially opening the door for major advances in both the capabilities and features of today’s AI... Continue reading at PC World

[ PC World | 2023-03-14 19:29:22 UTC ]
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