The OpenAI has released its most anticipated advanced ChatGPT-4, which reportedly aims “solve difficult problems with greater accuracy, thanks to its broader general knowledge and problem solving abilities”.

The new product is “expected to bring even more advanced capabilities, making it a game-changer for the workforce and economy. This upcoming technology revolution is anticipated to be one of the biggest in recent years, on par with the shift from mobile phones to smartphones and the emergence of the internet.”

Additional details on ChatGPT-4 can be found in this company’s research paper.

The company has released this 2-min video highlighting the powerful tool’s capabilities to:

  • Experience the full power of an AI content generator that delivers premium results in seconds.
  • Create videos from plain text in minutes.

Bernard Marr, a tech contributor to Forbes, has written about what we know so far about the upcoming ChatGPT-4. According to Marr:

  • It might not be trained on much more data than GPT-3. “Some sources are claiming that it could be up to 100 times larger than GPT-3, which would put it in the region of 17 trillion parameters. However, Altman has also gone on record as saying it may not, in fact, be much larger than GPT-3.
  • GPT-4 will be better at generating computer code. “GPT-4, will push AI even further to break new boundaries when it comes to generating computer code. This could lead to more powerful versions of tools such as Microsoft’s Github Copilot, which currently uses a fine-tuned version of GPT-3 to improve its ability to turn natural language into code.
  • GPT-4 will not add graphics to its capabilities. “There had been some speculation that the next evolution of generative AI would involve a combination of the text generation of GPT-3 with the image creation abilities of OpenAI’s other flagship tool, Dall-E 2.
  • Some people will be disappointed by GPT-4. “The GPT-4 rumor mill is a ridiculous thing. I don’t know where it all comes from … people are begging to be disappointed, and they will be.” _ Altman.

According to a report, Microsoft is expected to release the “Latest Version of AI Chatbot Next Week With Ability To Create Videos From Simple Text Prompts”.