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OpenAI Has ChatGPT and GPT-4 Updates Ready to Go. Here's How to Watch on Monday

OpenAI Has ChatGPT and GPT-4 Updates Ready to Go. Here's How to Watch on Monday

OpenAI, the startup that ushered in the creative AI era with the massively popular chatbot, is set to reveal what it calls “spring updates” to its ChatGPT and GPT-4 model.

It will happen In a live stream On Monday, the day before Google Hosts its annual I/O conference., in which artificial intelligence will likely play an important role. Google has its own gen AI offerings, including the Gemini chatbot and what it calls Search Generative Experience.

Reports this week suggested OpenAI was planning to unveil a search product to rival offerings from both Google and startup Perplexity, but OpenAI says that's not the case.

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“We are not launching a search product or GPT-5 on Monday,” a spokesperson said in an email.

Since ChatGPT debuted in November 2022, we've seen Generative AI technology goes mainstream. As competitors like. Adobe, Bushra, Google, Meta, Microsoft And confusion introduced their own models and the chatbot arms race began. (See our reviews of these products as well as other helpful tips and news The new AI Atlas Center.) As the models have improved, the tech companies behind them have teased functionality such as Voices And even Video games. But it's still anybody's game.

With all of these companies, there is a user-facing chatbot or other interface, and an underlying AI technology. In OpenAI's case, ChatGPT is the product you use, and the GPT with different numbers is the larger language model that powers it.

It's been six months since the latest model. The GPT-4 Turbo, was released.. It provides more up-to-date answers than its predecessors and can understand — and generate — large chunks of text.

This includes GPT-4, which Coming out in March 2023. It's available through a ChatGPT Plus subscription for $20 a month and uses 1 trillion parameters, or pieces of information, to process queries.

An even older version, GPT-3.5, is available for free but has a smaller context window. It uses 175 billion parameters.

I His review of GPT-3.5CNET's Imad Khan called ChatGPT 3.5 “sufficiently user-friendly that most people will still find value in it”, but warns you to “be on your guard and take ChatGPT's responses as absolutes.” Don't understand.”

The live stream will be available on openai.com.

For now, it's anyone's guess when GPT-5 will make its debut – or what it will be capable of.

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