OpenAI Launches ChatGPT-4o

The OpenAI has released the most recent version of their AI Chatbot ChatGPT called “ChatGPT-4o“. Its capabilities are described here in this OpenAI website.

OpenAI technology chief Mira Murati, said in the livestreamed event that the “o” in GPT-4o stands for omni. Covering the release, CNBC writes that the latest chatbot release will allow ChatGPT to handle 50 different languages with improved speed and quality. It will also be available via OpenAI’s API, allowing developers to start building applications using the new model today.

This is the first time that we are really making a huge step forward when it comes to the ease of use. I just want to thank the incredible OpenAI team, and also thanks to Jensen and the Nvidia team for bringing us the most advanced GPUs to make this demo possible today.

– Mira Murati, OpenAI technology chief in a livestreamed event

The following video from BBC describes the ChatGPT-4o as “to be faster than earlier models and has been programmed to sound chatty and sometimes even flirtatious in its responses to prompts. The new version can read and discuss images, translate languages, and identify emotions from visual expressions.”

Source: BBC News

In my next post, I’ll talk about how I used ChatGPT4o to read an online article and write a blog post—it worked really well! But then I wondered: If this AI does all my reading and writing, what happens to my older brain? What could it do to keep me from developing dementia as I get older? It’s a big question that I am little worried about.

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