March 16, 2023
When ChatGPT first launched in November of last year, it sparked fear amongst some; fear of what’s possible. Since then, this AI chatbot has been used by some, for writing essays, planning grocery lists, making an itinerary for a vacation and even generating computer code. Recently, OpenAI released a newer, more concise version of its technology: GPT-4.
- The new technology has the potential to improve how people learn new languages, how blind people process images, and even how we do our taxes.
- OpenAI also claims that the new model supports a chatbot that’s more accurate, creative and can understand images, instead of just text.
- This version can pass complicated exams such as the LSAT, SAT and AP Exams.
In order to use ChatGPT, you will have to pay $20 per month for access to ChatGPT Plus, a premium version of the ChatGPT bot. Of course the first version came with many flaws, but the company says this update is another milestone in the advancement of AI. We’ll have to wait and see if this new version is less flawed than the one before.
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