ChatGPT Plus is the newest update to the AI language model from OpenAI, known as GPT-4. OpenAI claims the tool has taken creativity and collaboration to new heights, allowing users to interact with ChatGPT in more depth and solve difficult tasks with great precision.
The update comes with a few new features, such as multimedia capabilities that allow the robot to understand and interpret images and questions. A big example of this is OpenAI presenting an image with eggs, milk, and flour and asking, “What can I do with these ingredients?”, to which the chatbot replied: “There are many options for what you can do with these ingredients! Some possibilities include: – Pancakes or waffles – Crepes – French toast – Omelette or frittata – Quiche – Custard or pudding – Cake or cupcake – Muffin or bread – Biscuits Or biscuits. Those are just a few examples, but the possibilities are endless!”
The GPT-4 update also boasts advanced logic, allowing the chatbot to be creative and technical. OpenAI demonstrated this capability by asking the chatbot to compose a Cinderella story which starts with each letter of the Alphabet without any repeated letters.
The company also improved the Steering function, which is used for finer tuning interactions and can improve the quality of user experience by adapting to different contexts.
Finally, OpenAI provided a demo where the robot was asked to tell a joke about Madonna, citing that GPT-4 improved the ability to answer specific questions.
Overall, the update of the GPT-4 tool from OpenAI is expected to be widely used and successful due to the huge leaps in capabilities, giving it great potential to aid in many areas.
OpenAI is a research laboratory established in 2015, dedicated to the development of Artificial Intelligence technology and responsible for developing groundbreaking breakthroughs such as GPT-3 and GPT-4. The company mostly works on developing AI models and software tools and is renowned globally for its efforts in the field.
On the other hand, Oren Etzioni is one of the leading names in AI research and has been an advisor for the OpenAI research lab. He is the CEO of AI2 and an emeritus professor of computer science at the University of Washington. He has published over 200 scientific papers and has been cited over 45,000 times. Etzioni was also the lead researcher who asked GPT-3.5 the previously mentioned question about his relationship with Elie Etzioni.