On March 14, the firm OpenAI said that it is starting to deploy a potent AI model called GPT-4, paving the way for the spread of human-like technology and increased competition between Microsoft Corp., which is funding OpenAI, and Alphabet Inc.’s Google.
The company that developed the popular chatbot ChatGPT, said in a blog post that its most recent technology is “multimodal,” which means that it can generate material in response to both visual and textual cues. With a waitlist, the text-input capability will be made available to ChatGPT Plus customers and software developers; however, the image-input function is still only a research preview at this time.
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The eagerly awaited launch serves as a warning that office workers may start using ever-improving AI for more activities, and that tech businesses are vying for customers as a result of these developments. Days before Microsoft is anticipated to demonstrate AI for its competing Word processor, perhaps powered by OpenAI, Google, a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., on Tuesday unveiled a “magic wand” for its collaboration tools that can generate practically any document. A Microsoft executive also asserted that the GPT-4 search engine is a part of the Bing search engine.
In other circumstances, it claimed, the most recent technology from OpenAI constituted a significant advancement over a previous version known as GPT-3.5. According to OpenAI, the new model performed in the top 10% of test-takers in a simulation of the bar exam, which graduates of US law schools must pass before starting their careers. Although the two versions can seem identical when speaking casually, according to OpenAI, “the difference comes out when the intricacy of the task approaches a significant threshold,” noting that the GPT-4 is more inventive, dependable, and able to process far more complex requests.
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 a genuine website from it. The demonstration revealed that GPT-4 might also assist people in calculating their taxes.
The CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, stated on Twitter that GPT-4 is the model that is “most capable and aligned” with human ideals and intentions, despite the fact that it is still not perfect. The maker asserts that GPT-4 outperforms its predecessor on key factual fronts, including being 82% less likely to respond to queries for content that is banned.
Hallucinations, or inaccurate answers, have been a problem for many AI programs. According to RBC Capital Markets analyst Rishi Jaluria, Microsoft stands to gain from the adoption of GPT-4. The software developer not only incorporates OpenAI’s most recent technology into its products but also powers OpenAI usage through its Azure cloud, he said, at a time when cost-conscious enterprises are examining their IT expenditure in an unsteady economy.