ChatGPT 2.0: The creator of the AI bot that took the world by storm launches an even more powerful version
ChatGPT 2.0: The creator of the AI bot that took the world by storm launches an even more powerful version called “GPT4” – and admits it’s so advanced it could “harm” society.
- The new version of ChatGPT can understand images and draws on more online data
- It can pass law exams with scores in the top 90% – a huge leap over its previous model
- However, fears that it will still have inherent biases like its predecessor
OpenAI, the creators of the hugely popular ChatGPT, has launched a new and even more powerful AI bot, GPT-4 – and admits it’s so advanced it could be “harmful”.
The bot can now accept both image and text input, but can still output its responses in text form, i.e. offer detailed descriptions of images.
When asked “What’s funny about this picture?” GPT-4 responds. Among other things, it can immediately calculate a person’s tax liability and pass the Uniform Bar Exam.
OpenAI said in a blog post, “We have developed GPT-4, the latest milestone in OpenAI’s deep learning scaling efforts.
“GPT-4 is a large multimodal model (accepting image and text input, outputting text output) that, while less than human-performing in many real-world scenarios, demonstrates human-level performance on various professional and academic benchmarks.
Open AI, the creators of the hugely popular ChatGPT, has launched a new and even more powerful AI bot, GPT-4 – and admits it’s so advanced it could be “harmful”.
The company warned that the model is still prone to “hallucinating” inaccurate facts – and can be persuaded to hand out false or harmful content.
It can now pass the legal exams with scores in the top 10 percent (GPT-3, which previously supported ChatGPT, could pass the exams but with scores in the bottom 10 percent).
GPT-4 is now available for subscribers via ChatGPT: Free version users will continue to experience the older GPT-3.5.
It also powers Microsoft’s Bing chatbot (and the company said it has been doing so for the past six weeks).
Yusuf Mehdi, Head of Consumer Marketing at Microsoft, said: “We are pleased to confirm that the new Bing runs on GPT-4, which is customized for search.
“If you’ve previewed the new Bing at any point in the last six weeks, you’ve already had an early look at the power of OpenAI’s latest model.”
The company says GPT-4 will be integrated into other products from companies like Duolingo and Stripe.
OpenAI said: “GPT-4 and successors have the potential to significantly impact society in both positive and detrimental ways.
ChatGPT can achieve impressive exam results (OpenAI)
“We are collaborating with external researchers to improve our understanding and assessment of potential impacts and to produce assessments for dangerous capabilities that may emerge in future systems.”
The ability to accept images means users can now prompt ChatGPT with screenshots and other media.
In a speech this week at SXSW, the OpenAI co-founder said fears of AI tools taking up people’s jobs were overblown – and that AI would give people the power to focus on important work.
Brockman said: “The most important thing will be those higher skills – judgment and knowing when to dive into the details.
“I think the real story here, I think, is amplification of what humans can do.”
According to analytics firm SimilarWeb, ChatGPT averaged 13 million daily users in January, making it the fastest-growing internet app of all time.
TikTok took about nine months to reach 100 million users after its global launch, and Instagram more than two years.
OpenAI, a private company owned by Microsoft Corp. is supported, ChatGPT made it available to the public free of charge at the end of November.
The new features of GPT-4
The big new feature here is that GPT-4 can respond to visual prompts such as “What’s funny about this picture?”.
Longer prompts and responses
GPT-4 can now accept prompts up to 25,000 words in length and output text of similar length.
It can learn your writing style
GPT-4 is capable of learning a specific writing style, making it an ideal partner for creative projects.
Better exam results
GPT-4 is now in the top 10% on exams like the Uniform Bar Exam.
It’s better to get your facts right
GPT-4 is 40% less likely to make factual errors – although it still is – and 82% less likely to see banned content.
It can interact with web links
You can now ask GPT-4 to interact with webpage content.
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