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ChatGPT-4 Can Build Websites, Come With New Recipes And More

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OpenAI’s ChatGPT-4 is finally here and it's more improved than anyone of us would’ve imagined. However, only paid subscribers can access it currently, with the current free version of the AI-based box based on the older GPT-3.5.

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Right, so what’s new? Open AI claims the new version of the software is advanced in three key areas: creativity, visual inputs and longer context.

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This includes being better at coming up with new music, screenplays, technical writing and even learning a user’s writing style. Additionally, GPT-4 now processes up to 25,000 words of text from a user, thus allowing you to send a web link to an article for it to interact with.

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Other big updates here include image recognition. In a demo, GPT-4 was asked to come up with a recipe after giving an image of a few baking ingredients. Similarly, it was asked to code a website based on instructions handwritten on a piece of paper. Safe to say, it excelled on both counts.

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Open AI also claims that the new version of the AI is 82 per cent less likely to respond to disallowed content. Additionally, it can now also understand the context of an image.

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The company has claimed that its AI has been trained with human feedback, with  “over 50 experts for early feedback in domains including AI safety and security.” However, experts are still sceptical regarding the secrecy around its development.

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Open AI has also partnered with apps like Duolingo, which as it sounds, allows for you to practice your language skills. In terms of limitation, OpenAI notes that the latest model still struggles with issues like social biases, hallucinations and adversarial prompts.

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