OpenAI works on GPT-4 as Microsoft doubles down on ChatGPT

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ChatGPT has caused a lot of disruption in the tech industry, and Microsoft has played a key role in it. According to a recent New York Times report, Microsoft has been actively supporting OpenAI (ChatGPT’s parent company) since giving OpenAI $1 billion in funding in 2019.

According to an anonymous source, Microsoft has invested another $2 billion in ChatGPT developers. A total of $3 billion in funding has allowed OpenAI to expand its system and bring ChatGPT to a public scale. Now the Redmond-based tech giant plans to invest another $10 billion in OpenAI to challenge rivals like Google, Amazon, and Apple.

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Eric Boyd, of his AI team at Microsoft, said in an interview, “Our expectation from Satya is to push the boundaries of AI, and we intend to do that with all of our products.”

Based on GPT-3 and GPT-3.5, ChatGPT can revolutionize sectors such as digital assistants and internet search, and Microsoft is using ChatGPT as a means to improve its products and increase revenue from Azure cloud computing. I regard it as In India, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella described the current era as the golden age of masses and AI, saying, “It’s really interesting to see how these generative models capture the imagination. ‘ said.

Aiden Gomez, the founder of Cohere, the startup that developed ChatGPT’s technology, says supercomputers are needed to build these systems, and that’s not enough.

According to a New York Times report, OpenAI is also developing his GPT-4, a more advanced “generative AI” that could be released shortly. GPT-4 is a ChatGPT-like system that only generates text from text-based input, but can also generate images.

Several Microsoft employees and venture capitalists have reportedly confirmed it works, but Microsoft has not commented on future product plans. Competing companies – Google, Meta, etc. also have active AI projects – are working on similar models but are “reluctant” to publish due to harmful content. colour. Microsoft shut down his chatbot named Tay five years ago because he uttered racist and offensive language.