GPT-4 is the next upgrade of the Large Language Model (LLM), and it should be significantly more powerful than GPT-3.5, which powers the current version of ChatGPT
Microsoft Germany’s Chief Technology Officer, Andreas Braun, revealed that ChatGPT 4 will be released this week with AI video capabilities.
The ChatGPT AI chatbot has taken the world by storm since its launch at the end of last year. Despite some users not liking the moral considerations, ChatGPT has gained a great deal of appreciation. Irrespective of the fact that ChatGPT has helped researchers make diet plans and write abstracts for their research papers, Microsoft will nonetheless introduce a fresh, improved edition of ChatGPT.
“We will introduce GPT-4, where we have multimodal models that will offer completely different possibilities—for example, videos,” Braun was quoted as saying.
According to the report, GPT-4 is the next upgrade of the Large Language Model (LLM), and it should be significantly more powerful than GPT-3.5, which powers the current version of ChatGPT. On the contrary, ChatGPT and other GPT-3.5-powered technologies are currently limited to text-based responses. However, Braun’s comments imply that this may change with the release of GPT-4.
The complex models of the LLM could pave the way for video production and other types of content, according to the report.
Meanwhile, ChatGPT’s integration into Bing has enabled the company to boost its usage within a month like never before, and the AI-powered Bing search engine has topped 100 million daily active users.
There are more than 1 billion daily active users of its competitor, Google Search.
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