OpenAI, an American artificial intelligence company, has just unveiled its latest version of the large language model, GPT-4. This latest model claims to exhibit human-level intelligence and is capable of outperforming most people’s SAT scores.
GPT-4 is an improved version of its previous language models, which have been trained with more data and more weights in its model file, making it more expensive to run. According to OpenAI, this has resulted in a language model that is capable of exhibiting human-like intelligence and problem-solving abilities. It can solve complex problems with greater accuracy, thanks to its broader general knowledge and problem-solving capabilities.
One of the most impressive features of GPT-4 is its ability to score in the 93rd percentile on a simulated SAT reading test and 89th percentile on a simulated SAT math exam, making it a remarkable feat for an AI language model. Furthermore, GPT-4 scored in the 90th percentile on a simulated bar exam. This remarkable ability has wowed many people and tech entrepreneurs, who have seen it incorporated into different tech products. Tech companies such as Microsoft and Google have incorporated the language model into their products to enhance users’ experience.
OpenAI has disclosed that it has been using GPT-4 in its company functions such as support, sales, programming, and content moderation. It is also using it to assist humans in evaluating AI outputs. However, GPT-4 still has its potential problems, like its previous models. When prompted with a question, the base model can respond in a wide variety of ways that might be far from a user’s intent. To cut down on some of these potential problems, OpenAI disclosed that it would fine-tune the model’s behavior using reinforcement learning with human feedback.
The GPT-4 base model was trained to predict the next word in a document, and it was trained using available data. The new model will be available to paid ChatGPT subscribers and will also be available as part of an API that allows programmers to integrate AI into their apps. OpenAI will charge about 3 cents for about 750 words of prompts and 6 cents for about 750 words in response.
In conclusion, OpenAI’s GPT-4 is an impressive AI language model that has exhibited remarkable human-level intelligence. Its broad general knowledge and problem-solving abilities have made it a valuable tool in different tech products. However, it still has potential problems that need to be addressed, and OpenAI is taking steps to fine-tune its behavior. With its availability to paid subscribers and through an API, we can expect GPT-4 to be widely incorporated into various tech products in the near future.