Microsoft is set to upgrade ChatGPT with GPT-4, which will potentially allow users to create AI-generated videos from simple text prompts. The new technology will be launched as early as next week and will be "multimodal," according to Holger Kenn, Director of Business Strategy at Microsoft Germany. This means that ChatGPT will be able to translate text into images, music, and video. The upgrade could save time and effort in the call center industry by automatically converting phone conversations between employees and customers into text. With the launch imminent, it won't be long before we see the capabilities of the new version of ChatGPT.
There are rumours that the upcoming ChatGPT 4 release by OpenAI may bring significant enhancements to the already highly impressive language capabilities of ChatGPT.
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Just to clarify, the name ChatGPT 4 is not confirmed as the title for OpenAI's upcoming product. However, we merged the ChatGPT name with the enhanced AI model that will power it, which is called GPT-4. In this article, we will delve into the workings of ChatGPT and GPT-4, as well as when OpenAI plans to release its next major upgrade.
ChatGPT 4 and Its Announcement
OpenAI is developing a new language model called GPT-4, which can produce human-like text. This technology will be an improvement on GPT-3.5, which powers ChatGPT. GPT stands for Generative Pre-trained Transformer and employs artificial neural networks for natural language generation.
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ChatGPT uses billions of parameters to fine-tune its simulated neurons and produce accurate results, similar to the interconnectedness of the human brain. OpenAI has not released any official information about GPT-4, but there are many rumors surrounding it. Industry experts speculate that it could feature 100 trillion parameters, but more parameters do not necessarily equate to better performance and could impact responsiveness. There are also rumors of improved computer code generation, the ability to generate images and videos, and a multimodal model that handles text, images, and video. Machine learning expert Emil Wallner has suggested that GPT-4 may have this capability.
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Travis Fischer shared a price sheet on Twitter, which may offer some hints about GPT-4's features. The sheet revealed a new developer product called Foundry, which includes two "DV" models capable of handling more words as input than GPT-3.5. While GPT-3.5 can handle up to 2,048 words, the two DV models may be capable of handling four times (8K resolution) and sixteen times (32K) that amount, allowing for more in-depth discussions and larger problem-solving. However, this information is purely speculative, and the only confirmed detail is that GPT-4 is currently in progress and has the potential to significantly improve ChatGPT's results.
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According to the New York Times , GPT-4 may be released in the first quarter of this year, which means it could launch in a few weeks. Microsoft has confirmed that GPT-4 will arrive the week of March 13 and will be a multimodal model capable of generating text, images, and video.