So, OpenAI, they recently came out with some cool new updates about their artificial intelligence tools at their big developer conference. Among the big announcements were this new creator tool for chatbots called GPTs (that stands for generative pretrained transformers), and a new model called GPT-4 Turbo for ChatGPT. Now, earlier this year, they already updated ChatGPT from GPT-3.5 to GPT-4, so this isn’t the first time they’ve done something like this.
Here’s the deal—ChatGPT’s current knowledge only goes up to September 2021, which is pretty annoying if you’re using it for, you know, anything happening after that. But with this new GPT-4 Turbo, it’s gonna have info all the way through April 2023. CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, says they’re not gonna let the info get outdated like that again. Oh, and by the way, authors and publishers aren’t too happy about how OpenAI uses their stuff without any say.
The new GPT-4 Turbo also lets you input up to 128,000 tokens of context, which is like 300 pages of a book. So, you can throw a ton of info at it and get a summary back. That’s pretty cool, right?
And guess what? This new model is supposed to be a better listener so it can follow instructions more accurately. Plus, they’re dropping the prices for developers to use the API, which is great news for anyone using it.
If you’re a ChatGPT Plus subscriber, you’re gonna be psyched to hear that they’re getting rid of that annoying model picker. The new and improved chatbot is going to automatically pick the right tools based on what you ask for. Gonna make things a lot smoother.