In a recent announcement, Microsoft stated that GPT 4 would be released as soon as next week. Even though it seems ordinary, there is good news for users. They can use GPT-4 to create AI-generated videos with only text prompts.
GPT-4 is the next edition of OpenAI’s Large Language Model (LLM), and it is expected to be substantially more powerful than GPT-3.5, which is the engine that drives the most recent version of ChatGPT.
Chief Technical Officer of Microsoft Germany, Andreas Braun recently revealed that GPT-4 will be unveiled the following week at an event dubbed — AI in Focus — Digital Kickoff.
Braun was reportedly cited as saying, “We will debut GPT 4 next week, where we will have multimodal models that will give completely different possibilities, such as films.”
According to the reports, OpenAI, the company that developed ChatGPT, has received significant funding from Microsoft. In addition to this, the companies have collaborated extensively to advance their AI capabilities.
Microsoft and Braun’s tight relationship is demonstrated by Braun’s mention of GPT 4 at a Microsoft event.
The statements made by Braun indicate that people will have a unique experience post-GPT -4 release. The multimodal models developed by the LLM could open the door to the production of videos and other forms of material.
ChatGPT and other technologies enabled by GPT-3.5 are restricted to just accepting text-based answers at the time. GPT-4, the latest technology developed by the LLM, could open the door to the production of videos and other forms of material.
It is anticipated that the next major iteration of the Large Language Model (LLM), dubbed GPT-4, will feature greatly enhanced functionality. Also, it will have expanded capabilities.
Meanwhile, the artificial intelligence (AI)-powered Bing search engine has recently reached 100 million daily active users. ChatGPT’s incorporation with Bing has enabled the company to boost its usage within a month like never before, which has contributed to the search engine’s success. Nearly one-third of Bing users allegedly use AI chat on a daily basis.
Its competitor, Google Search, boasts more than one billion daily active users on its platform.