OpenAI unveiled ChatGPT-4, which company head Sam Altman called the “most capable” developer AI model on Twitter. He said, ” here is ChatGPT-4, our most capable and aligned model yet. it is available today in our API (with a waitlist) and in ChatGPT +.it is still flawed, still limited, and it still seems more impressive on first use than it does after you spend more time with it.”
- Sam Altman also noted that ChatGPT 4 is more creative than previous versions and is less “hallucinating.
- Unlike GPT -3.5, ChatGPT 4 can understand not only text but also images. This option is being tested by only one partner of the company, writes TechCrunch – a service for the visually impaired and blind Be My Eyes. The app now has a “virtual volunteer” function that can answer questions about the images that have been sent to him. For example, to tell about the contents of the refrigerator from its photo and offer recipes from available products.
- OpenAI also noted that in normal conversation, the difference between GPT -3.5 and ChatGPT 4 can be “subtle,” but is noticeable when the task is more complex and requires “detailed instructions.”
- Microsoft has also confirmed that the “new Bing” runs on GPT-4, adapted for search.
- Users can sign up for a waiting list for the API, and ChatGPT Plus subscription holders already have the product available.
What is chatgpt?
“I am ChatGPT, a large language model trained by OpenAI based on the GPT (Generative Pretrained Transformer) architecture. I have been trained on a massive amount of text data, and I am capable of generating human-like responses to a wide range of natural language queries and prompts.
My purpose is to assist users in generating relevant and helpful responses to their questions and concerns.” – This is how the bot answers if we ask this question
In early February 2023, Swiss holding UBS reported that the audience of active ChatGPT users reached 100 million people in 2 months.
What can you do?
As a language model, I can do a lot of things! Here are some examples:
Answer questions: I can provide information on a wide range of topics, from history and science to pop culture and current events.
Generate text: I can generate text on any topic, whether it’s a short answer or a longer piece of content, like an article or a blog post.
Translate languages: I can translate text from one language to another.
Assist with writing: I can help with tasks like proofreading, editing, and summarizing text.
Provide recommendations: I can suggest products, services, or content based on your interests or preferences.
Engage in conversation: I can have conversations with users, responding to their questions and comments in a natural and engaging way.
My abilities are quite versatile, and I can adapt to many different tasks and scenarios.
OpenAI announced a paid version of its chatbot - ChatGPT Plus for $20 a month
Among the main benefits of the paid plan: access to the product even when traffic is at a premium, faster response times, and an early display of new features, the company said.
For now, the $20-a-month subscription to ChatGPT Plus is only available to U.S. residents. It will launch in other countries and regions later.
OpenAI specified that the tariff – the “pilot. The company will improve it and expand functionality based on feedback from subscribers and their needs. It will also think about developing cheaper tariffs.
OpenAI opened applications for access to its paid ChatGPT Professional tool on January 11, 2023. The first subscribers later revealed that the monthly fee was $42, but the company itself has not commented. Twitter users believe ChatGPT Plus is the official name of the same product.
Then the price of $42 was considered by many to be too high and even unaffordable. The Verge, however, warned that the price is likely to change. OpenAI needs the paid solutions to support the free version. The company is rumored to be spending millions of dollars a month on this.
In January 2023, the media, citing anonymous sources, reported that the developer could get $10 billion from Microsoft. The deal could involve OpenAI giving away 75% of its profits until it gets its funding back. Microsoft itself has so far only confirmed that it will “expand its partnership” with OpenAI and invest “billions” in the company.