Everything You Need to Know About ChatGPT-4

Paigambar Mohan Raj
Source: The Irish Sun

Microsoft-backed OpenAI has released the fourth iteration of their popular AI-powered chatbot, ChatGPT. People are already using the tool for a plethora of activities, including the creation of art. ChatGPT 4 has several upgrades to its capabilities, which make it significantly different from its predecessor. According to OpenAI, the new version is more creative and collaborative than ever before. 

With that said, let us take a look at…

Difference between ChatGPT 3.5 and 4

GPT-4 can produce content from both image and text cues since it is “multimodal.”  The most recent iteration of the language model can also use photos as inputs to recognize and analyze things in a picture, in contrast to GPT-3.5, which only accepts text prompts. GPT-3.5 could only provide responses of up to 3,000 words, however, GPT-4 can produce responses of more than 25,000 words.

GPT-4, according to OpenAI, “exhibits human-level performance on various professional and academic benchmarks.” Due to its superior general knowledge and problem-solving skills, the language model can pass a mock bar exam with a score in the top 10% of test takers and can handle complex problems more accurately.

The tendency of generative models like ChatGPT and Bing to occasionally veer off course and produce suggestions that raise questions or outright scare users, is one of their biggest shortcomings. They may also mess up the facts and spread false information. With the help of ChatGPT and lessons learned from its “adversarial testing program,” OpenAI claims to have spent six months training ChatGPT-4, yielding the “best-ever results on factuality, steerability, and refusing to venture outside of guardrails.”

Real-life examples

People have already begun experimenting with ChatGPT 4’s extreme capabilities. Impressed users took to Twitter and shared their results. One user watched the chatbot turn a sketch into a fully functional website.

Meanwhile, Khan Academy is using the chatbot to change the future of learning.

Not only that, but ChatGPT 4 also recreated the game of Pong in under 60 seconds!

GPT-4 has already been incorporated into services like Duolingo, Stripe, and Khan Academy. Even though it hasn’t yet been made freely available to everyone, a $20 per month ChatGPT Plus subscription can get you to access right away. Although this is going on, GPT-3.5 continues to form the foundation of ChatGPT’s free tier.

However, there is an alternative method to start utilizing GPT-4 right away if one doesn’t want to pay, though. According to Microsoft, the new Bing search interface is now powered by GPT-4, and you can access it right away at bing.com/chat.