chatGPT4 new version is unveiled after 2 years of rebuilding

Greg Brockman, openai, chatgpt
OpenAI chatGPT hard for me to believe that this day is here after 2 years

Greg Brockman, President and Co-Founder of OpenAI, started the chatGPT4 demo presentation with “honestly, it’s kind of hard for me to believe that this day is here”

“openAI has been building this technology for the past two years, we’ve been really focused on delivering gpt4”

open ai chatgpt4 email
email sent to chatGPT users.

Today many users received an email about the next generation of chatGPT. Gen4.

GPT-4 is the successor to GPT-3. Launched on March 14, OpenAI says this latest version can process up to 25,000 words – about eight times as many as GPT-3 – process images and handle much more nuanced instructions than GPT-3.5.

What is chatGPT: ChatGPT is a language model developed by OpenAI as a part of its GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) series of models. It is capable of understanding and generating natural language text and can be used for a variety of applications, including chatbots, language translation, question-answering systems, and more. Its development is based on the Transformer architecture and is trained on a massive amount of text data from the internet. It is known for its accuracy, fluency, and ability to generate human-like responses to input text.

He explains that they started with rebuilding the entire training stack to figure out its capabilities, and assessing risks in order to test it in real-world scenarios.

Fine-tuning its Behavior and optimizing the model getting it available for everyday use.

Users were invited to join in via Discord and join openai.

He was keen to show what gpd4 could do that they never really got version 3.5. to do.

GPT4 can be used to create a Discord bot that is able to read images and texts. It is capable of understanding instructions given to it and can use documentation it has not been trained on to create something new. It is also able to summarize an article into a sentence where every word begins with a certain letter.