OpenAI has announced that it is starting to release a powerful AI model known as GPT 4, paving the way for an increase of human-like technology and increased rivalry between Microsoft Corp., OpenAI’s backer, and Alphabet Inc.’s Google.
In a blog post, OpenAI, the company behind the viral chatbot ChatGPT, claimed that its most recent technology is “multimodal,” meaning that it can produce content in response to both visual and textual signals. While the image input feature is still a research preview, the text input feature will be made accessible to ChatGPT Plus subscribers and software developers with a waitlist.
The eagerly anticipated launch serves as a warning that office workers may start using ever-improving AI for more duties, and that tech companies are vying for customers as a result of these developments.
It claimed that in some instances, the most recent technology from OpenAI marked a significant upgrade over the GPT-3.5 predecessor. The new model performed in the top 10% of test takers in a simulation of the bar exam, which U.S. law school graduates must pass before engaging in professional practice, according to OpenAI, while the older model performed in the lowest 10%.
While in casual conversation the two versions may seem similar, “the difference comes out when the complexity of the task reaches a sufficient threshold,” according to OpenAI, which noted that GPT-4 is more reliable, creative, and able to handle much more complex instructions.
Greg Brockman, the president of OpenAI, demonstrated the technology online, showing how it could take a picture of a hand-drawn mock-up for a straightforward website and generate an actual website from it. The demonstration revealed that GPT-4 could also assist people in calculating their taxes.
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