OpenAI released GPT-4, the latest version already has huge popularity.
According to OpenAI, “GPT-4 is more creative and collaborative than ever before. It can generate, edit, and iterate with users on creative and technical writing tasks, such as composing songs, writing screenplays, or learning a user’s writing style.”
New GPT has a more human-like language than the older version. GPT-4 can handle over 25,000 words of text and can create longer content, conversation, and documentation. Also, it can accept images as inputs and generate text and analysis based on images.
“GPT-4 can accept a prompt of text and images, which—parallel to the text-only setting—lets the user specify any vision or language task. Specifically, it generates text outputs (natural language, code, etc.) given inputs consisting of interspersed text and images,” states OpenAI’s research paper.
OpenAI stated that it spent six months developing safety features for GPT-4 and training it using human feedback. But, it warned that it may still spread misinformation. According to OpenAI, “Our mitigations have significantly improved many of GPT-4’s safety properties compared to GPT-3.5. We’ve decreased the model’s tendency to respond to requests for disallowed content by 82% compared to GPT-3.5, and GPT-4 responds to sensitive requests (e.g., medical advice and self-harm) in accordance with our policies 29% more often.”
Here is an example reaction to a potentially harmful question:
Also, many companies already start to use GPT-4 such as Duolingo, Be My Eyes, Stripe and Khan Academy.
In addition, the model will be available to ChatGPT Plus subscribers, who pay $20 per month for premium access to the service.