OpenAI has finally confirmed the release of its newest AI language model, GPT-4. This highly anticipated addition to the GPT line, which includes ChatGPT and the recently launched Bing, has been the subject of much speculation and rumors for several months.
According to OpenAI, GPT-4 is expected to generate a reduced number of incorrect factual responses. In fact, the company asserts that the new model surpasses human performance on numerous standardized assessments.
According to a research blog post by the company, it took six months of iterative alignment of GPT-4, incorporating insights from their adversarial testing program and ChatGPT.
The latest generation of AI language model, GPT-4, possesses the ability to generate captions, classifications, and analyses. It boasts an impressive capacity of handling up to 25,000 words of text, enabling content creation, extended conversations, as well as document search and analysis.
According to OpenAI, they utilized Microsoft Azure to train their latest model. This collaboration is supported by significant investments from the Redmond-based tech giant. OpenAI's GPT technology currently fuels the well-received ChatGPT chatbot as well as Microsoft's Bing AI chatbot. Microsoft recently confirmed after months of speculation that the new Bing AI chatbot incorporates GPT-4 technology.
OpenAI's latest AI language model, GPT-4, will be accessible to subscribers of ChatGPT, the company's monthly $20 service. Additionally, programmers can leverage the model's capabilities through an API to integrate it into their own applications. OpenAI has formed partnerships with several companies, such as Duolingo, Stripe, and Khan Academy, to incorporate GPT-4 into their products.
Over the past few months, the competition for AI supremacy has intensified, with Microsoft and Google entering the fray. Many believe that generative AI will serve as the foundation for numerous upcoming products. OpenAI made a splash in November with the introduction of ChatGPT, which became an instant hit. Microsoft's investment in OpenAI and its focus on generative AI have left Google in a difficult position. The technology giant from Silicon Valley is now under pressure to fully integrate AI capabilities into its core applications like Gmail and Docs.