Microsoft has remained at the forefront of Artificial Intelligence technology, and the upcoming release of ChatGPT-4, the language module that powers the popular AI tool ChatGPT, appears to be continuing that trend.
The update is expected to be released by the tech titan next week, potentially reigniting interest in the much-discussed AI tool.
At an AI kickoff event, Microsoft Germany CTO, Andreas Braun, announced that the new ChatGPT 4 language model would include “multimodal models,” which will open up new possibilities.
According to Heise, Braun stated that the model would be able to create AI-generated videos based on textual prompts. “We will introduce GPT-4 next week… we will have multimodal models that will offer completely different possibilities, such as videos,” he said.
The technologist emphasized the potential of Large Language Models like GPT, calling it a “game changer” because of its ability to comprehend “natural language” and deliver conversational responses.
ChatGPT-4 could be used to improve ChatGPT and Microsoft services powered by Bing AI.
Features ChatGPT-4 is Expected To Have
- Improved natural language processing, allowing for more accurate interpretation of customer queries
- Increased conversational accuracy, providing customers with more natural and engaging interactions
- Enhanced conversational flow and analysis, making it easier to respond to customer queries in an appropriate manner
- Better computer code generation and the ability to generate images as well as text from the same chat interface
- Video generation capabilities based on textual prompts
- Multimodal models that can handle text, images, video and sounds
Currently, ChatGPT is restricted to responding to user queries in text format. However, the upcoming update is expected to bring a new interactive experience.
The report from Heise also indicates that “multimodal AI” such as GPT-4 could actually surpass standard text-to-image translation and be utilized to create music and videos with minimal input.
Microsoft has yet to further affirm the unveiling of GPT-4 next week, though the company is planning a virtual gathering concerning the “Future of Work Reinventing Productivity with AI” with CEO Satya Nadella on March 16.
Currently, there is no confirmed information on what ChatGPT-4 can offer, however, we will keep you in the loop should any information become available.
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