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OpenAI introduces GPT-4

openai introduces gpt 4

BAVARIA, GERMANY — OpenAI introduces GPT-4, its newer, better version of its brother AI ChatGPT and will be released this mid-March.

OpenAI’s GPT-4 is hitting the tech market. It is considered the most advanced system in the tech company’s arsenal and has a safer and more resourceful way of responding to user inquiries. 

The tech firm boldly stated, “GPT-4 can solve difficult problems with greater accuracy, thanks to its broader general knowledge and problem-solving abilities.” 

OpenAI also mentioned that it outperforms ChatGPT by scoring in higher approximate percentiles among test-takers.

The Future

GPT-4, like ChatGPT, is a type of generative artificial intelligence. Generative AI uses algorithms and predictive text to create new content based on prompts.

ChatGPT answers questions using natural language similar to a human’s, and it can also imitate other styles of writers and lyricists, with the internet as its knowledge database.

Will Douglas Heaven of MIT Technology Review shared having taken a first look at the much-awaited big new language model from AI. 

He expressed that what makes GPT-4 bigger and better is still unknown, as OpenAI has been the most secretive release the company has ever made, marking its full development from a nonprofit research lab to a for-profit tech firm.

When Heaven spoke to members of the GPT-4 team and asked for information on the GPT 4 in a video call an hour after the announcement, OpenAI’s chief scientist, Ilya Sutskeverthe, answered, “That’s something that, you know, we can’t really comment on at this time. It’s pretty competitive out there.”

GPT-4 may prove to be impressive as an Artificial Intelligence, but there is an apprehension that this may take over many jobs leaving people without work and redundant.

Watch the live demo of GPT-4 by Greg Brockman, President and Co-Founder of OpenAI, here:

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