Prepare to be amazed by the next generation of AI chatbot, surpassing the incredibly human-like ChatGPT. OpenAI announced the release of GPT-4 on Tuesday, hot on the heels of ChatGPT’s wildly successful launch in November 2022.
The announcement states that GPT-4 boasts improved accuracy, enhanced problem-solving abilities, and reasoning skills. A comparison breakdown between GPT-3 and GPT-4 reveals that the newer model scored in the 90th percentile on the bar exam, whereas GPT-3 only scored in the 10th percentile. Similarly, GPT-4 scored in the 99th percentile on the Biology Olympiad, while GPT-3 scored in the 31st percentile. Microsoft has confirmed that the new ChatGPT-powered Bing runs on GPT-4, coinciding with OpenAI’s announcement. Additionally, OpenAI has integrated GPT-4 with Duolingo, Khan Academy, Morgan Stanley, and Stripe.
Since the launch of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, the chatbot has captured the world’s attention with its sophisticated AI and ability to engage in complex yet conversational interactions with users. However, it has also faced criticism for inaccuracies and “hallucinations,” sparking ethical and regulatory debates about its ability to rapidly generate content.
While GPT-4 is available to ChatGPT Plus subscribers, other users must sign up for the waitlist to test it out.