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OpenAI Introduces Enhanced ChatGPT Successor, GPT-4, with Improved Creativity and Accuracy

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OpenAI has unveiled GPT-4, the newest iteration of ChatGPT, boasting enhanced creativity, reduced fabrication of information, and decreased bias compared to its forerunner.

The upgraded model is now accessible to ChatGPT Plus users, the premium version of the ChatGPT chatbot, which contributed to the training data for this latest release.

OpenAI co-founder Sam Altman described the new system as a “multimodal” model that accepts both text and image inputs, empowering users to inquire about images. This version excels in processing extensive text inputs and can retain and act on over 20,000 words simultaneously, allowing it to interpret entire novellas as prompts.

Collaborating with commercial partners, OpenAI is now offering GPT-4-powered services. Duolingo, a language learning app, has introduced a new subscription tier, Duolingo Max, catering to English speakers seeking AI-facilitated conversations in French or Spanish. Additionally, GPT-4 aids in explaining language learners’ errors.

On another front, payment processing company Stripe uses GPT-4 to address support inquiries from corporate users and identify potential scammers on the platform’s support forums.

Duolingo’s principal product manager, Edwin Bodge, emphasized the strategic importance of artificial intelligence in their operations, leveraging it for personalized lessons, Duolingo English tests, and now focusing on enhancing conversation practice and offering contextual error feedback.

The company’s experimentation with GPT-4 demonstrated its ability to fulfill these objectives, with 95% of the prototype developed within a single day.

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During a demonstration of GPT-4 led by OpenAI president and co-founder Greg Brockman, attendees were given a glimpse of the system’s upcoming image recognition feature, currently being tested by a company named Be My Eyes.

This enhancement will enable GPT-4 to analyze and respond to images submitted alongside prompts, answering questions or executing tasks based on the visual content. Brockman highlighted GPT-4’s dual capability as a language and vision model, allowing it to process mixed image and text inputs seamlessly, akin to interpreting a document.

During the demo, GPT-4 showcased its ability to provide humorous commentary on images, such as explaining why a squirrel with a camera is amusing or even translating hand-drawn sketches into functional websites based on visual cues.

OpenAI asserts that GPT-4 addresses or enhances many deficiencies noted in its prior versions. As a substantial language model trained on extensive internet data, GPT-4 aims to provide responses that align statistically with real-world counterparts. To mitigate issues like fabrication or inappropriate responses, OpenAI utilized conversations with ChatGPT users to refine GPT-4’s capabilities, showing greater sensitivity in handling queries regarding medical advice or self-harm prevention.

Despite enhancements, GPT-4 may still generate inaccurate data, prompting OpenAI to caution users:

“Considerable caution is advised when using language model outputs, particularly in critical scenarios. Tailoring specific protocols, such as human review, contextual grounding, or limiting usage in high-stakes situations, based on individual needs, is recommended.”

However, OpenAI reports a 40% improvement in tests designed to assess fabrication in GPT-4.

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