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What is GPT-4 and where to try it
GPT-4. AI for Google Docs and Gmail
GPT-3 and GPT-3.5 by OpenAI are powerful AI models for text processing. It can write new text, summarise existing text, write code, translate text from one language to another and much more. Famous ChatGPT is using GPT-3.5. A lot of tools have been made using these models.
Recently OpenAI released GPT-4 — the next version of this model. Sometimes it is hard to notice the difference between GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 on easy tasks: GPT-3.5 is really good. However, GPT-4 is even better at some complex problems. For example, here are the different exam results obtained by GPT-3.5 (blue) and GPT-4 (green). In many of them, GPT-4 is much better.
GPT-4 Visual Inputs
GPT-3.5 is a good text model. However, it knows nothing about images. GPT-4 is a multimodal AI. Which means, that it can work with both images and text. Here are a couple of examples of GPT-4 chart data and image understanding:
More examples are in the GPT-4 press release.
The bad news about ChatGPT
Despite GPT-4 being a very powerful model, it has some limitations:
GPT-4 is still limited to everything that happened before September 2021
OpenAI didn’t provide any details about the model structure, layers, training details etc.
Where to try GPT-4
ChatGPT Plus (paid subscription) users will get capped access to GPT-4. It will be also available via API: join the waiting list here. Another way to try GPT-4 is Bing: it is already running on this model.
News of the week
Google brings AI to their workspace: Gmail, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Meet, and Chat. They start with Gmail and Google docs, where new AI features are available for “trusted testers”. You can watch the full video here.
Tweet of the week
Happy π Day! To celebrate, here is the most ridiculous formula for π that you’ve ever seen. (Of course, it’s due to Ramanujan)
— Jay Cummings (@LongFormMath)
Mar 14, 2023
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