ChatGPT 4 will have a whopping 1 trillion parameters, which will make it even smarter
Somewhere in the next few months, ChatGPT 4 is expected to be released, which is not just better than the current ChatGPT 3 but also does a lot more. It is likely to be one of the most capable AI-powered chatbot when it arrives but there is no official confirmation on either the launch or beta testing of ChatGPT 4. In fact, with many users asking ChatGPT 3 about its successor, GPT 4 is already a trending topic on Twitter.
GPT 4 parameters
ChatGPT has been asked by someone to give some information on ChatGPT 4. According to the response, GPT 4 will have 175 billion parameters just like ChatGPT 3. Similarly, it will be capable of text generation, language translation, text summarisation, question answering, chatbot, and the automated content generation just like the ChatGPT 3.
However, some reports claim that ChatGPT 4 will have a whopping 1 trillion parameters, which will make it even smarter. GPT 4 should be enabled by the increase in parameters to produce more accurate responses at a much faster rate. To deliver an accurate response, it processes it with all the 1 trillion parameters when a user sends a query to ChatGPT 4.
OpenAI might have to spend a lot more to keep ChatGPT 4 up and running as with the increase in capabilities, GPT 4 is also said to require more computing capability, and a commercial application based on ChatGPT 4 could be slightly expensive side.
On top of these capabilities features like customer service and education, differentiates GPT 4 from its predecessor. This hints that GPT 4 will be a fined tuned version of ChatGPT 3, which will be optimised for commercial deployment in 2023.
CIO News, a proprietary of Mercadeo, produces award-winning content and resources for IT leaders across any industry through print articles and recorded video interviews on topics in the technology sector such as Digital Transformation, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Cloud, Robotics, Cyber-security, Data, Analytics, SOC, SASE, among other technology topics