OpenAI, the maker of the popular chatbot ChatGPT, released its latest artificial intelligence model, GPT-4. This powerful model is capable of understanding images and texts and is available today through the paid service ChatGPT Plus, although developers must be on a waiting list to access its API.
GPT-4 artificial intelligence support for text and image input
According to OpenAI, the GPT-4 model supports text and image inputs, which is an improvement over the GPT-3.5 model; A model that only supports text input. OpenAI company has been repeatedly testing this model for 6 months through adversarial test programs as well as ChatGPT to achieve the best results.
According to OpenAI, this model is more creative than ever and can solve difficult problems with higher accuracy. Currently, OpenAI has partnered with several companies to integrate GPT-4 into their products, including Duolingo and Stripe.
Although GPT-4 supports both text and image input, it only responds to users with text. As we said, this model is available to users through the ChatGPT Plus service at a monthly cost of $20, and also according to Microsoft, this model has been used for the Bing chatbot.
According to OpenAI, there is not much difference between GPT-4 and GPT-3.5 in normal conversations (GPT-3.5 is used for ChatGPT). OpenAI CEO Sam Altman tweeted that GPT-4 is still imperfect and has limitations, but you’ll still be impressed the first time you use it.
The developer of GPT-4 says the model’s improvements are evident in several tests and benchmarks, including the LSAT and SAT Math. GPT-4 has been able to get high marks in tests. GPT-4 is actually a multifaceted model that can accept text and image inputs, but outputs are provided to users as text.
According to OpenAI, the model can analyze text and photos simultaneously to be able to analyze more complex inputs. GPT-4 has been undergoing security tests for 6 months, and according to its manufacturer, GPT-3.5 is 82% less likely to respond to unauthorized requests and 40% more likely to give genuine responses than its predecessor.
It remains to be seen what chatbots GPT-4 will lead to and whether products built with it can become more popular than ChatGPT.