OpenAI has recently announced the launch of GPT-4, which is the latest version of its large language model that powers key applications like ChatGPT and the new Bing. According to OpenAI, GPT-4 is more advanced than the previous version as it has been trained on more data, making it also expensive to run. The company claims that the new model is more creative and collaborative than ever before, and it can solve difficult problems with greater accuracy. It is capable of generating, editing, and iterating creative and technical writing tasks, as well as responding to both text and images.
The new model can generate captions, classifications, and analyses, and it can handle 25,000 words of text, enabling content creation, extended conversations, and document search and analysis. OpenAI used Microsoft Azure to train the model, and the Redmond giant has invested billions of dollars in the startup. The new Bing AI chatbot uses GPT-4, and Microsoft has officially confirmed this after months of rumors.
The new model will be available to paying users of ChatGPT, OpenAI's $20 monthly subscription, and will also be available as part of an API that allows programmers to integrate the AI into their apps. OpenAI has already partnered with several companies to integrate GPT-4 into their products.
The competition for AI domination has intensified over the past few months, with both Microsoft and Google entering the space. OpenAI introduced ChatGPT in November, which instantly went viral. Microsoft's interest in generative AI and its investment in OpenAI has put Google in a tight spot, as it has been under pressure to deeply integrate artificial intelligence capabilities in its core apps.
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