The artificial intelligence firm OpenAI has released the latest version of its GPT chatbot, which the firm says includes the ability to respond to image prompts.
On Tuesday, OpenAI announced that it was rolling out the new chat bot, known as GPT-4.
In a blog post previewing the new program, OpenAI touted GPT-4’s ability to respond to writing prompts with greater creativity and reasoning than GPT version 3.5.
OpenAI also touted the new bot’s ability to produce up to 25,000 words per prompt, opening the door for long-form content writing.
Showcasing the bot’s ability to interpret images, OpenAI showed an image of eggs, flour, and cream with the prompt “what can I make with these ingredients?” GPT-4 responded with a list of items, including waffles, crepes, frittata, quiche, cake, and bread.
An AI researcher showcased a more advanced use of GPT-4’s image interpretation capabilities, prompting the bot to turn a napkin sketch of a joke website design into an actual functioning website.
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