According to the manufacturer, a new version of the chatbot ChatGPT aims to make the program, which is based on artificial intelligence, safer, more accurate and more like people. GPT-4 is a “milestone” and the technology exhibits “human-level performance on certain professional and academic tasks,” Californian company OpenAI wrote in a blog post yesterday when introducing the new version.
ChatGPT generates texts with the help of artificial intelligence. Users can specify individual commands or sentences, which the system then completes independently with the help of massive amounts of data from the internet.
The new version of GPT-4 is “less good than a human in many real-life scenarios, but just as good as a human in many professional and academic contexts,” reads an OpenAI press release.
According to the information, an important novelty compared to GPT-3 is that texts must be generated from text and image information in the future. For example, if a user submits a picture of the inside of a refrigerator, GPT-4 will not only correctly identify what’s inside, but also suggest what to cook with the ingredients. The American company added that the functionality is not widely available yet.
Software company Microsoft, which has invested billions of dollars in the startup, has announced that the Bing search engine already works with GPT-4.
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