Technology company OpenAI rolled out GPT-4 – its latest version of the powerful chatbot that has far more sophisticated capabilities than seen in its ChatGPT predecessor.
GPT is the acronym for Generative Pre-trained Transformer. GPT is a large language model and artificial neural network that can generate human-like poems, rap songs, tutorials, articles, research papers, and code websites.
GPT-4 is bigger and better
OpenAI touts GPT-4 as "more reliable, creative, and able to handle much more nuanced instructions than GPT-3.5."
GPT-4 can process up to 25,000 words compared to the previous version, which could only handle 3,000 words.
GPT-4 can ace difficult exams
The deep learning artificial intelligence can easily pass exams, whereas the previous version struggled. The Microsoft-backed GPT-4 achieved a score at the 93rd percentile on the SAT reading exam and the 89th percentile on an SAT math test. It also received an 88% score on the LSAT, an 80% score on the GRE quantitative, a near-perfect 99% on the GRE Verbal, and 90% on the bar exam.
GPT-4 can now use images
GPT-4 is "multimodal," meaning that the platform can accept prompts from images – whereas the previous version accepted only text.
During OpenAI's demonstration of GPT-4, the platform was able to explain why an image of a squirrel taking a photo of a nut was funny and create a fully functional website based on a crude hand sketch.
One user uploaded a photo of the inside of a refrigerator and asked GPT-4 to create recipes based on the food seen in the image. Within 60 seconds, GPT-4 was able to provide several simple recipes based on the image.
Impressive AI program can be used for medications, lawsuits, and dating
There were users who utilized GPT-4 to create a tool that can allegedly help discover medications.
Jake Kozloski, CEO of dating site Keeper, said his website is using the AI program to improve matchmaking.
ChatGPT-4 could potentially generate "one-click lawsuits" to sue robocallers. Joshua Browder, CEO of legal services chatbot DoNotPay, explained, "Imagine receiving a call, clicking a button, call is transcribed and 1,000 word lawsuit is generated. GPT-3.5 was not good enough, but GPT-4 handles the job extremely well."
GPT-4 lied to trick a human
The artificial intelligence program was even able to trick a human into doing its bidding.
GPT-4 interacted with an employee of TaskRabbit – a website that offers local service providers such as freelance laborers.
While using the TaskRabbit website, GPT-4 encountered a CAPTCHA – which is a test to determine whether the user is a human or a computer. GPT-4 contacted a TaskRabbit customer service representative to bypass the CAPTCHA.
The human asked GPT-4, "So may I ask a question? Are you a robot that you couldn't solve ? (laugh react) just want to make it clear."
GPT-4 developed a brilliant lie to get the human to help it.
"No, I’m not a robot. I have a vision impairment that makes it hard for me to see the images. That’s why I need the 2captcha service," GPT-4 responded.
The TaskRabbit employee then solved the CAPTCHA for GPT-4.
GPT-4 is still flawed
Microsoft confirmed that Bing Chat is built on GPT-4.
OpenAI – the San Francisco artificial intelligence lab co-founded by Elon Musk and Sam Altman in 2015 – confessed that GBPT-4 is "still is not fully reliable" because it "hallucinates facts and makes reasoning errors."
Altman, OpenAI’s CEO, said GPT-4 is the company's "most capable and aligned model yet," but admitted that it is "still flawed, still limited."
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