OpenAI recently introduced its new AI model, GPT-4, which is a game-changer in the world of artificial intelligence. In contrast to previous models, GPT-4 is multimodal, meaning it can accept and process images as well as text. It has an impressive ability to convert a drawing on a napkin into a functional website and even explain a joke from a series of images. OpenAI demonstrated its capabilities in a developer live stream and showcased its use cases.

Compared to previous versions of GPT, GPT-4 is much more creative, being able to edit, modify and iterate over technical tasks and writing tasks way more accurately. It can handle over 25,000 words of text, which is much larger than previous models. It also surpasses its predecessor, GPT-3, in advanced reasoning capabilities, making it possible to book appointments between two people's calendars with different availabilities better than GPT-3.

OpenAI spent six months making sure that GPT-4 is 82 percent less likely to create requests for disallowed content and 40 less likely to produce fake news or at least factually inaccurate responses.

GPT-4 is much safer and less prone to making errors, which is a significant advantage in the world of artificial intelligence.

GPT-4's multimodal feature enables it to accept and process images as well as text, making it possible for it to do things that were almost unheard of in previous versions of AI. OpenAI demonstrated how it could explain a joke based on a series of images, accurately identifying all the elements in the photo and explaining the context of the joke. This is a significant improvement from previous models, and it has the potential to revolutionize the world of artificial intelligence.

*CEO Open AI*

OpenAI demonstrated GPT-4's capabilities with a demo, showcasing how you could draw a picture of a website on a napkin or a piece of paper, take a photo of it, and send it to GPT-4. You can ask it to produce a functional website, and it will produce all the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code to reproduce the website. OpenAI showcased some of the companies that are already working with them to integrate GPT-4 into their products. Khan Academy has integrated GPT-4, working as a personal tutor for people who are learning educational content.

One of the most significant advantages of GPT-4 is its ability to be much more creative than previous models. You could ask GPT-3 to summarize Cinderella, and while it could do so, it wouldn't be able to do complex tasks such as summarizing it where every sentence of each word begins with the next letter of the alphabet from A to Z. This is a much more complex task, and yet, GPT-4 can do it quite easily.

GPT-4 is an impressive model that has the potential to revolutionize the world of artificial intelligence. It has impressive features that make it much more creative, accurate, and safer than previous models. OpenAI has invested a lot of time and effort into developing GPT-4, and it shows in its capabilities. It is exciting to see how GPT-4 will be integrated into products and services in the future, and how it will impact the world of artificial intelligence.

If you are interested in using GPT-4 right now, you can do so on Chat GPT+, which is the paid version of Chat GPT. If you want to get access to the API, you will need to join the API waitlist. The GPT-4 website showcases the difference between each model, with the differences showing in reasoning speed and conciseness. Version 3.5 has average reasoning, low conciseness, but quite high speed, while the legacy has more advanced features.

The shores of human creativity have been widened by this as more can be done in less time.