OpenAI Launches ChatGPT-4: What You Need To Know
Although the latest version of the popular chat tool still isn’t 100% perfect, its creator says it performs at human levels on certain tasks.
OpenAI released the eagerly awaited update to ChatGPT – ChatGPT-4 – on Tuesday, with immediate access available on Microsoft’s Bing Chat and a developer waiting list.
ChatGPT-4 is “less capable than humans in many real-world scenarios”, OpenAI said in a recent blog post, but it represents “the latest milestone in OpenAI’s effort in scaling up deep learning”.
Since its launch last November, ChatGPT’s popularity has exploded, with traffic to the site hitting over one billion visits.
The new version of the tool is said to have “human-level performance on various professional and academic benchmarks”. ChatGPT-4 can pass the lawyer’s bar exam in the 90th percentile, for example, while by comparison, GPT-3.5’s score was in the bottom 10%.
Who Can Use ChatGPT-4?
Microsoft’s Bing Chat was co-developed with OpenAI and has run on GPT-4 for the last five weeks. GPT-4 is also available to OpenAI’s paying users, and developers can enter a waiting list to gain access to the platform.
What Are The Limitations Of ChatGPT-4?
“Despite its capabilities, GPT-4 has similar limitations as earlier GPT models,” OpenAI said, with the software still prone to producing bad advice, buggy code, or inaccurate information.
The company has cautioned against using the chat tool in “high-stakes contexts” and advises human review to check facts and add additional context. However, OpenAI claims a 40% improvement in error reduction.
NEOM Airlines Is Saudi Arabia’s New, Tech-Centric Carrier
The airline will embrace advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, and utilize high-tech propulsion systems by 2026.
Opening in 2025, NEOM is a $500 billion Saudi Arabian smart city that will be powered entirely by renewable energy. Now, Saudi authorities have announced that the futuristic metropolis will also be served by its own dedicated carrier — NEOM Airlines.
The service will begin operating in 2024 and embrace advanced technologies, including artificial intelligence and biometric check in. Aircraft will fly to and from NEOM Bay before moving to the soon-to-be-built NEOM International Airport.
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NEOM Airlines will focus on tourist, commercial, and residential travel and incorporate plenty of cutting-edge technology. Klaus Goersch, the airline’s CEO, revealed that existing aircraft will be retrofitted with existing technology on launch, but by 2026, an ultra-modern fleet will be in operation, “whether electric, hydrogen-powered, or supersonic”.
As well as modern, low-emissions power airplanes, NEOM aircraft will also be fitted with sleek, modern interiors, 6G Wi-Fi, large screens for every seat, plus gaming and chat technology.