ChatGPT vs GPT-4: What is new in GPT-4?

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ChatGPT was only made available by OpenAI four months ago, yet already it has changed the world in a significant way. The AI has drawn millions of users, including major financial institutions and app developers, and raised fears about the future of employment markets throughout the globe. It has even rocked up education systems.

It’s time to bid ChatGPT a fond farewell and welcome GPT-4, a more potent and disruptive replacement. The name comes first, obviously. It goes without saying that “Chat” refers to a computer interface with which you can communicate. “GPT-4” refers to the fourth release of OpenAI’s software, which stands for “generative pre-trained transformer 4”. It has studied enormous quantities of data from the internet to produce writing that resembles human speech and offer in-depth responses to users’ inquiries.

GPT-4, a recently created language model by OpenAI, can produce text that closely matches human speech. The current ChatGPT, which is based on the GPT-3.5 technology, has been upgraded with this most recent version. Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT) is a deep learning method that uses artificial neural networks to generate writing that resembles that of a person.


In three key areas, namely creativity, visual comprehension, and context handling, OpenAI asserts that GPT-4 is more evolved. In terms of developing and working with users on creative ideas, GPT-4 is claimed to be noticeably more creative than its predecessor. This applies to everything from music to screenplays to technical writing to changing the writing style of the user.

The ability of GPT-4 to handle lengthier context has also been boosted by OpenAI in addition to creativity and visual input. Up to 25,000 words of text from the user can now be processed by the new language model, and it can even interact with text from a user-provided web link. Long-form content creation and “extended dialogues” can be facilitated by this improved capacity.

The ability of GPT-4 to interact with images has also been improved. On their website, OpenAI gives a sample in which a chatbot is shown a picture of baking ingredients and asks what may be produced with them. If GPT-4 can similarly handle video is unknown.

Finally, according to OpenAI, GPT-4 is more safer to employ than its forerunner. The business claims that after thorough testing, it can produce 40% more accurate results than the prior edition. In addition, it is 82% less likely to create stuff that is abusive or unsuitable.

It is interesting that the business claims that in order to make these breakthroughs possible, GPT-4 was trained with the use of human feedback. The business asserts that, in order to get early input, it worked with more than 50 specialists, including those in the fields of AI security and safety.