The most recent iteration of the language software developed by the OpenAI artificial intelligence research lab was launched on Tuesday. The state-of-the-art tool for analyzing and imitating human speech has been termed the GPT-4. This novel software is sure to take the technical and ethical limits of an emerging generation of AI, a notch higher.
The updated version now has the ability to react to images, alongside possessing the ability to suggest recipes based on images of items. It can analyze up to 25,000 words, which is almost eight times as many as ChatGPT, and it can also produce captions and descriptions.
Lakhs of users have leverage ChatGPT since its launch in November 2022. Some common tasks that the AI tool is capable of performing are Writing songs, poems, computer code, and in some cases even assisting with homework.
The level of comprehension displayed by this AI tool is truly astounding. A person can query GPT-4 what will happen if a boxing glove drops over a wooden seesaw with a ball on one side, and GPT-4 will respond that the glove would hit the seesaw and send the ball flying up.
Months of hype and anticipation surrounding the “large language model” AI program were put to rest ahead of the grand launch of the GPT-4. What Early testers were in awe of its incredible capacity to reason and learn new things.
What Is GPT-4?
GPT-4 is the latest version of OpenAI’s “large language model systems” which are fed with humongous amounts of data from the internet to augment their capacity to predict and complete sentences by identifying patterns through trial and error. This “large multimodal model” is receptive to text and images and can respond in text.
How Is This Different From ChatGPT?
The conversational chatbot, ChatGPT broke the internet following its inception in November last year. It bears the capacity to perform a myriad of tasks ranging from generating stories and essays to producing computer codes, back-and-forth dialogues and so on. However, the answers provided by the software are not entirely accurate every time.
The ChatGPT is built on an older version of the large language model called GPT 3.5. OpenAI claims that GPT-4 can secure the 90th percentile in the Uniform Bar Exam, the certification exam for attorneys. Additionally, the company claimed that it is 82 percent less likely than GPT-3.5 to reply to inquiries for “disallowed content,” adding to its security.