Gpt – Microsoft-backed OpenAI Launches ChatGPT-4
GPT-4 to accept images as prompts too
Microsoft-backed OpenAI has once again taken a significant step forward in the AI arms race with the launch of their latest chatbot model, ChatGPT-4. In a recent blog post, OpenAI announced that the new AI model can comprehend both text and image input, though its responses are text-based only. According to OpenAI, the difference between ChatGPT-4 and its predecessor, GPT-3.5, which powers ChatGPT, is “subtle” in casual conversation. However, as tasks become more complex, ChatGPT-4 proves to be more reliable, creative, and capable of handling nuanced instructions. OpenAI further elaborated on the new model’s capabilities in a research blog post.
According to OpenAI’s recent blog post, GPT-4 is not only more reliable and capable of handling nuanced instructions, but it is also claimed to be more creative and collaborative than its predecessor. The new model can now generate, edit, and iterate with users on both creative and technical writing tasks, such as composing songs, writing screenplays, or even learning a user’s writing style. The blog post highlights the potential for ChatGPT-4 to offer users an enhanced and more personalized writing experience.
OpenAI has announced that its latest AI model, ChatGPT-4, is now available to paying users via ChatGPT Plus with a usage cap. However, developers who are interested in accessing the API will need to sign up on a waitlist. According to the company, the usage cap may be adjusted depending on demand and system performance, but they expect to be severely capacity constrained initially.
OpenAI has also revealed that they will start inviting some developers today, and they plan to scale up gradually to balance capacity with demand. The company has emphasized that it will be working on scaling up and optimizing the system over the coming months to accommodate more users.
Bing running on ChatGPT 4
Microsoft also announced today that Bing Chat, its chatbot tech co-developed with OpenAI, is running on GPT-4. “Congratulations to our partners at Open AI for their release of GPT-4 today. We are happy to confirm that the new Bing is running on GPT-4, which we’ve customized for search.
If you’ve used the new Bing preview at any time in the last five weeks, you’ve already experienced an early version of this powerful model. As OpenAI makes updates to GPT-4 and beyond, Bing benefits from those improvements. Along with our own updates based on community feedback, you can be assured that you have the most comprehensive copilot features available.