OpenAI Announces GPT-4! Here’s Everything You Need To Know.

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  • OpenAI announced GPT-4. 
  • Bing has been running on GPT-4.
  • Here’s everything to know about it. 


Last week, Microsoft teased that GPT4 would arrive soon and it is finally here.  OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT and Dall-E, has announced the next generation of its large language model, GPT-4.

Since ChatGPT burst into the scene, AI has been all the rage. More and more companies are leaning toward building their own AI tools; recently, Snapchat announced its AI chatbot based on GPT-3.5, and even General Motors announced it’s working on an AI assistant based on GPT. 

ChatGPT that we have used was based on GPT-3.5, and so are these AI chatbots. With the arrival of GPT-4, we can expect all these chatbots will be upgraded according to the capabilities of GPT-4. 

Let’s talk about the main features of GPT-4 now. 


GPT-4 Is a more advanced version of GPT-3.5; it is more advanced in creativity, visual input, and longer context. 

GPT-4 can now process up to 25,000 words. And it can accept the text and images prompt and give the text outputs based on these inputs. Image inputs are yet to be available for the public, though. Here’s an example that OpenAI has provided:

OpenAI has mentioned it is working on the steerability of the AI. ChatGPT, as we know, has a preset personality. With GPT-4, it will soon be possible for ChatGPT users to “prescribe their AI’s style and task by describing those directions in the “system” message.” 

Here’s an example regarding this:

OpenAI has iterated that even though it has reduced the hallucinations of the AI, it can still be unreliable in in correctly answering a question based on facts. 

GPT-4 also can have various biases in its outputs, and the data stream is still limited to events before September 2021.

GPT-4 Availability 

ChatGPT users can experience GPT-4 if they have ChatGPT Plus paid subscription. OpenAI hasn’t announced when it will be coming to the free version of ChatGPT. 

Meanwhile, developers can join the GPT-4 waitlist to gain access. OpenAI has this to say about the availability of GPT-4 API: 

“During the gradual rollout of GPT-4, we’re prioritising API access to developers that contribute exceptional model evaluations to OpenAI Evals to learn how we can improve the model for everyone. We are processing requests for the 8K and 32K engines at different rates based on capacity, so you may receive access to them at different times. Researchers studying the societal impact of AI or AI alignment issues can also apply for subsidised access via our Researcher Access Program.”

Bing runs on GPT-4

Microsoft mentioned that it ran a more powerful version of GPT-3.5 when it was launched. It is even called it Prometheus model, customised for search. Microsoft has announced that it has been using GPT-4 all along. 

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