OpenAI Unveils GPT-4 Turbo and More at OpenAI DevDay Event
In a groundbreaking announcement at the OpenAI DevDay event on November 6, OpenAI revealed a slew of product upgrades, with the star of the show being the GPT-4 Turbo, its latest AI model. This development marks a significant step forward in the world of artificial intelligence and natural language processing, as it expands the capabilities of GPT-4 to provide answers with context up to April 2023, rather than being limited to knowledge only up to January 2022.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, in his opening remarks, addressed a common frustration among users: “We are just as annoyed as all of you, probably more, that GPT’s knowledge about the world ended in 2021.” This frustration has been a driving force behind the development of GPT-4 Turbo, which promises to bring enhanced performance and utility.
One of the most notable improvements in GPT-4 Turbo is its ability to process significantly larger inputs. While previous models limited input to around 3,000 words, GPT-4 Turbo can accept inputs of up to a staggering 300 pages in length. This expanded capacity opens up new possibilities, enabling users to request comprehensive summaries of entire books or engage in more in-depth interactions with the model.
In addition to the extended knowledge base and input capabilities, GPT-4 Turbo introduces support for DALL-E 3 AI-generated images and text-to-speech functionality. Users can choose from six preset voices, offering a more personalized and engaging interaction with the AI model.
OpenAI has also taken steps to make GPT-4 Turbo more accessible to developers and users. The company has significantly reduced the cost of both input and output tokens, making it more cost-effective to work with the model. Input tokens now cost $0.01, which is three times cheaper than the previous GPT-4, while output tokens are two times cheaper at $0.03. This price reduction is expected to benefit companies and developers who rely on AI models for various applications.
Developers can already get a taste of GPT-4 Turbo, as it is currently available as a developer preview. The full release to general users is expected in the coming weeks, and this release is highly anticipated by the AI community and beyond.
The OpenAI DevDay event also featured a special guest appearance by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Microsoft has been a significant supporter of OpenAI, having invested $13 billion in the company. During the event, Nadella expressed Microsoft’s commitment to providing OpenAI with the necessary computing resources and infrastructure to “aggressively push forward” on its AI development roadmap.
The introduction of GPT-4 Turbo represents a remarkable leap in AI capabilities and underlines the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence. OpenAI’s commitment to extending the knowledge base, improving input capabilities, and reducing costs for developers promises to bring AI closer to the mainstream. With the continued support of technology giants like Microsoft, OpenAI is well-positioned to lead the way in the ever-expanding field of AI research and development.
In addition to the GPT-4 Turbo announcement, OpenAI also shared its plans to allow users to create custom ChatGPT chatbots, further extending the potential applications and utility of their AI technologies. As AI continues to evolve, OpenAI’s innovative strides ensure that the future of human-computer interaction is brighter and more promising than ever before.
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