The introduction of GPT-4 has been confirmed by Microsoft (MSFT) CTO Andreas Braun. The next edition of OpenAI’s Big Language Model, GPT-4, is expected to be substantially more potent than GPT-3.5, which drives ChatGPT as it is currently configured.
Microsoft Germany’s Chief Technical Officer, Andreas Braun, recently reaffirmed that GPT-4 will be introduced the following week (beginning March 19, 2023). In comparison to the present GPT-3.5 model, GPT-4 will provide “totally different possibilities,” including video.
GPT-4 will contain “multimodal models,” which enable the creation of various sorts of material, including video, in addition to being more powerful.
Earlier this year, Microsoft unveiled the new Bing powered by ChatGPT. OpenAI’s technology is used by the redesigned search engine and other of its AI tools to answer queries and produce content. Microsoft has already acknowledged that the new Bing is powered by GPT-4.
Before Microsoft made the new Bing official, there was rumor that GPT-4 would power the search engine. Yet, Microsoft did not claim such to be the case. It appears that the delay was caused by GPT-4 not being ready for announcement.
Open AI announced, “We’ve created GPT-4, the latest milestone in OpenAI’s effort in scaling up deep learning. GPT-4 is a large multimodal model (accepting image and text inputs, emitting text outputs) that, while less capable than humans in many real-world scenarios, exhibits human-level performance on various professional and academic benchmarks.”