The formal release of GPT-4, OpenAI’s most recent AI language model, has been announced. The corporation asserts that this model is “more innovative and collaborative than ever before” and is better able than its predecessors to solve complex problems. Although GPT-4 can only communicate via text, it can parse both text and image data.
Notably, GPT-4 still exhibits many of the same issues as earlier language models, notably the capacity to invent information (or “hallucinate”). OpenAI issues a message that the model is still ignorant of events that took place after September 2021.
New Features of GPT-4
- The new model can respond to images, for example, by producing tags and descriptions and suggesting recipes based on images of the ingredients.
- It can process 25,000 words in total, which is around eight times as much as ChatGPT.
- Although schools advise against using it, it is frequently requested for producing songs, poems, marketing copy, computer code, and assistance with schoolwork.
- ChatGPT uses the internet as it was in 2021 as its knowledge base and responds to queries in language that is as natural and human-like as possible.
- It may also imitate different writing styles, such as those of authors and songwriters.
How it is more advance than ChatGPT?
OpenAI put GPT-4 to the test by having it complete tests that were made for humans as one of many benchmarks. According to OpenAI, GPT-4 outperformed ChatGPT in tests like the Graduate Record Exams, the Biology Olympiad, and the Uniform Bar Test by a wide margin.
GPT-4 also excels ChatGPT with its increased reasoning capabilities and can deliver more concise and accurate responses as compared to ChatGPT.
Why there is a need to develop advanced systems like GPT-4?
With the complexity of the problem there should be a machine that can take questions forms various mediums like text audio or videos hence the need for GPT-4 arise.