OpenAI unveils GPT-4 with ‘human-level’ performance

OpenAI unveils GPT-4 with ‘human-level’ performance

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OpenAI has introduced GPT-4, the successor to ChatGPT, which the company claims is more dependable, innovative, and capable of processing significantly more complex commands than its predecessor, GPT-3.

The San Francisco-based company made the announcement in a blog post on Wednesday.

The Microsoft-backed OpenAI noted that the updated iteration of its AI-driven chatbot is a “multimodal” model that can produce material in response to both visual and textual stimuli.

The new model can respond to images, for example, by producing tags and descriptions and suggesting recipes based on images of the ingredients.

It can process 25,000 words in total, which is around eight times as much as ChatGPT.

“We are happy to confirm that the new Bing is running on GPT-4, which we’ve customized for search,” Microsoft said.

The development comes two weeks after OpenAI declared it will let outside companies access its ChatGPT tool, clearing the way for the chatbot to be included in a variety of programs and services.

There are growing concerns that generative AI technology, such as ChatGPT, may eventually replace many jobs currently performed by humans.

ChatGPT is capable of responding to queries using natural language, emulating human-like communication.


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