OpenAI Unveils Successor to ChatGPT: GPT-4
OpenAI has recently launched GPT-4, the latest version of its ChatGPT AI chatbot that has gained immense popularity. The new model has the capability to respond to images by providing recipe suggestions and generating captions and descriptions. It also has the ability to process up to 25,000 words, which is eight times more than ChatGPT. ChatGPT has been used by millions of people since its launch in November 2022 to generate content such as songs, poems, marketing copy, and computer code. However, teachers advise students not to use it for their homework.
ChatGPT can answer questions using natural human-like language and mimic other writing styles such as songwriters and authors. Its knowledge database is based on the internet as it was in 2021. Nonetheless, there are concerns that it could replace many human jobs. OpenAI has spent six months on safety features for GPT-4 and has trained it on human feedback. However, it warned that the model may still share disinformation.
Initially, GPT-4 will be available to ChatGPT Plus subscribers who pay $20 per month for premium access. It is already powering Microsoft's Bing search engine platform, and the tech giant has invested $10 billion in OpenAI. In a live demo, GPT-4 generated an answer to a complex tax query, but the answer could not be verified. Both ChatGPT and GPT-4 are generative artificial intelligence models that create new content based on prompts using algorithms and predictive text.
However, like its predecessors, GPT-4 is not fully reliable and may make reasoning errors.
What new things can you do with GPT-4?
OpenAI claims that GPT-4 is particularly proficient in tasks that involve advanced reasoning, complex instruction understanding, and creativity. Despite being launched only a few hours ago, GPT-4 has already been used for various creative purposes, as reported by users.