What are the rumors on Gpt-4?
OpenAI’s GPT-4 is the much-anticipated language model, set to make waves in the AI community. However, the CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, has warned people to lower their expectations, stating, “People are begging to be disappointed and they will be. The hype is just like… We don’t have an actual AGI.” GPT-4’s release date is unknown, as the team wants to ensure its safety and responsibility.
The GPT-series is the foundation for ChatGPT, an AI chatbot that utilises GPT 3.5, which includes improvements from GPT-3. GPT-4 is expected to be a significant improvement, however, the exaggerated predictions regarding its capabilities, specifically the number of parameters, has caught Altman’s attention, and he called one viral chart “complete bullshit.”
So what about video?
Altman also addressed OpenAI’s interest in generative video AI, stating it’s a legitimate research project, and it could be soon, or it could take a while. As for OpenAI’s current revenue, Altman disclosed that they are very early in the process, and there isn’t much to report.
Regarding AI and bias, Altman believes different AI systems should have different settings and values, allowing individuals to choose an AI model that aligns with their values. While this would be a significant step towards avoiding biased AI, maintaining fairness across different systems would be a challenge.
In terms of education, Altman suggests teaching people how to detect output from GPT-like systems. However, he points out that determined people will find ways to get around these systems. Altman also used ChatGPT, stating that he preferred having the chatbot teach him something rather than reading a textbook.
So when should we expect gpt4? Sounds like it’s dropping in this week!
In conclusion, with the CEO’s warning to manage expectations, GPT-4 is still a highly-anticipated language model, and OpenAI continues to research generative video AI. As for changes in education and search, Altman says we need to adapt to generated text and predicts a change in search at some point in the future, albeit not as dramatic as people believe.