If you thought ChatGPT was an amazingly human-seeming AI chatbot, get ready for the next generation.
On Tuesday, OpenAI announced(Opens in a new tab) the launch of GPT-4, following on the heels of the wildly successful ChatGPT AI chatbot that launched in November 2022.
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GPT-4 has improved accuracy, problem-solving abilities, and reasoning skills, according to the announcement. In a comparison breakdown between GPT-3 and GPT-4, the newer model scored in the 90th percentile on the bar exam versus the 10th percentile with GPT-3, and 99th in the Biology Olympiad versus GPT-3 which scored in the 31st percentile. Coinciding with OpenAI’s announcement, Microsoft confirmed(Opens in a new tab) that the new ChatGPT-powered Bing runs on GPT-4. OpenAI also announced that GPT-4 is integrated with Duolingo, Khan Academy, Morgan Stanley, and Stripe.
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Since OpenAI’s ChatGPT launched, the chatbot has taken the world by storm with its sophisticated AI and ability to carry out complex yet conversational interactions with users. It has also been called out for its inaccuracies and “hallucinations” and sparked ethical and regulatory debates about its ability to quickly generate content.
GPT-4 is available to ChatGPT Plus subscribers, otherwise users will have to sign up for the waitlist to test it out.