In addition to text, GPT-4 will provide videos and could function admirably in sensory modes.
Microsoft Germany’s CTO, Andreas Braun, has announced that GPT-4 will be released “next week,” generating enthusiasm in the artificial intelligence (AI) community.
According to German media reports, the ground-breaking large language model (LLM) series, which includes GPT-4, will likely support videos and more.
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“We will introduce GPT-4 next week, there we will have multimodal models that will offer completely different possibilities – for example, videos,” said the CTO during an event on Thursday.
It is known that Microsoft will host an event on March 16 titled “Reinventing Productivity: The Future of Work with AI” despite Braun’s lack of specifics.
During Thursday’s event, “AI in Focus – Digital Kickoff,” Marianne Janik, the CEO of Microsoft Germany, joined Braun in discussing “disruption through AI in companies.”
According to Janik, the current AI development and ChatGPT were “an iPhone moment,” and he also emphasized AI’s value-creating potential.
She clarified that the objective was not to eliminate employment, but rather to perform routine tasks in an innovative manner.
How might this affect Microsoft?
Microsoft confirmed in early January that it had bought a 49% stake in OpenAI for $10 billion. This was done so that Microsoft could commercialize OpenAI’s technology and compete with Google in the AI space.
GPT-4 is anticipated to be a major improvement over GPT-3.5 due to the inclusion of emergent features, the expansion of the context window, and the improvement of its dependability.
Google’s PALM-e has demonstrated the benefits of adding image interpretation modes to LLMs, which raises the possibility that GPT-4 could perform admirably in sensory modes in addition to text.
The remarks of Microsoft’s CEO reflect a growing understanding of AI’s potential in the business world, with organizations increasingly seeking to use the technology to increase output and simplify processes.
As the sector evolves, the AI community may anticipate further advancements in LLMs and multimodal models, thereby gaining access to new opportunities.
The upcoming release of GPT-4 is sure to get people interested and mark another important turning point in the development of AI technology.
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