Did you hear the news? OpenAI just released their latest AI model, and it’s a game-changer! The new technology, called GPT-4, is even more powerful than its predecessor, GPT-3.5. With GPT-4, we’re talking about an AI system that can do just about anything - from drafting documents to calculating taxes.
One of the coolest things about GPT-4 is that it's "multimodal," meaning it can use images as well as text prompts to generate content. So, not only can it analyze and summarize articles, but it can also describe images in detail and answer questions about them. Imagine how useful that could be for people who are visually impaired!
The new system has been refined using feedback from human testers, so it's more precise and reliable than ever before. OpenAI says that GPT-4 is "more creative and able to handle much more nuanced instructions." In fact, in a simulation of the U.S. bar exam, GPT-4 scored in the top 10% of test takers, compared to GPT-3.5, which ranked in the bottom 10%.
Key features of ChatGPT-4
1) More precise
ChatGPT-4 is better at answering complex questions, including acing the Uniform Bar Exam and calculating someone's tax liability.
ChatGPT-4 can generate content based on both text and image prompts, allowing for more versatile applications.
3) Improved reasoning
ChatGPT-4 can analyze, summarize, and answer complex questions about articles and books with greater accuracy, and can detect inaccuracies in summaries with added sentences.
4) Image recognition
ChatGPT-4 can describe and answer questions about images, making it a useful tool for visually impaired individuals.
5) Enhanced creativity
ChatGPT-4 is more reliable, creative, and able to handle much more nuanced instructions than its predecessor, GPT-3.5.
6) More factually accurate
ChatGPT-4 scores 40% higher on certain tests of factuality, and is 82% less likely to respond to requests for disallowed content than GPT-3.5.
ChatGPT-4 represents a significant step forward in the development of AI technology, with improved precision, reasoning, and creativity, and more versatile applications.
Now, don't get us wrong, there are still some quirks to this technology. As with any AI system, GPT-4 can make mistakes, and it’s not quite at the level of human reasoning. Plus, it can still “hallucinate” and generate completely false information without warning. But overall, it's an impressive step forward for AI.
We can already see companies lining up to get their hands on GPT-4. Morgan Stanley Wealth Management is building a system that will instantly retrieve information from company documents and other records and serve it up to financial advisers in conversational prose. Khan Academy, an online education company, is using the technology to build an automated tutor. And we can only imagine what other businesses will do with this technology.
We're pretty excited about what GPT-4 could mean for the future of AI. It's not perfect, but it's definitely a step in the right direction. Who knows what this technology will be capable of in a few years? We can't wait to find out!