OpenAI makes ChatGPT ‘more conversational’ in latest update – CoinGeek

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OpenAI has announced the rollout of an upgrade of its GPT-4 to improve the quality of the chatbot’s responses for its growing user base.


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OpenAI disclosed that the new GPT-4 Turbo will outperform its predecessor in coding, math, and logical reasoning capabilities. The latest upgrade shines a more conversational, direct, and “less verbose” response compared to its earlier versions.

AI-generated text has received flak for being lengthy, putting a dent in its suitability across several verticals. OpenAI’s new update is expected to blur the lines between human content and AI-generated text—a move that could have several unintended consequences.

Conversational AI could trigger a wave of job losses among writers speaking English as a second language. Y Combinator co-founder Paul Graham noted on X that emails containing the word “delve” will most likely be written using AI chatbots, sparking uproar on the micro-blogging platform.

Graham attempted to strike home his point by submitting that the word “delve” is not typically used in everyday conversation. However, many non-English speakers in Africa poked holes in his argument, claiming that they often use the word.

Outside of improving writing capabilities, OpenAI’s latest upgrades come with an updated knowledge base. GPT-4 Turbo was trained from publicly accessible data up to December 2023, while its previous iteration was trained on April 2023 materials.

The new upgrade will only be accessible to premium users subscribed to ChatGPT Plus or Enterprise plans.

A streak of improvements

The latest improvement comes on the heels of a raft of key upgrades rolled out by OpenAI for its flagship chatbot. Back in February, the company rolled out a memory feature to improve user experiences, following up with another upgrade allowing users access to the chatbot without the need to create accounts.

“Starting today, you can use ChatGPT instantly, without needing to sign-up,” according to OpenAI. “We’re rolling this out gradually, with the aim to make AI accessible to anyone curious about its capabilities.”

The company is testing the waters with a hardware offering while probing into the viability of integration with other emerging technologies, including Big Data and quantum computing.

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