ChatGPT-4 will be released this week and will be able to turn text into VIDEO
ChatGPTrevolutionary chatbot based on artificial intelligence (AI), will soon be able to do much more than send human-like text messages.
A Microsoft spokesperson said that the next version, due out this week, will be able to turn text prompts into unique videos.
The tech giant has invested heavily in ChatGPTand has already presented many new products that include it as an artificial intelligence assistant such as the Bing search engine.
But this updated version, dubbed GPT-4 and scheduled to launch Thursday, will have “multimodal models,” according to Microsoft Germany CTO Andreas Braun.
This means that it will be able to generate content in multiple formats such as audio clips, images, and video clips from a text prompt.
A Microsoft spokesperson said that the next version of ChatGPT will be able to turn text prompts into unique videos and will be released this week.
ChatGPT is a large language model that has been trained on a large amount of text data, allowing it to generate human-like text responses to a given prompt.
WHAT IS CHATGPT?
ChatGPT is a large language model that has been trained on a huge amount of text data, allowing it to generate eerily human-like text in response to a given prompt.
OpenAI says its ChatGPT model was trained using a machine learning technique called Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback (RLHF).
It can simulate dialogue, answer additional questions, acknowledge mistakes, challenge incorrect premises, and reject irrelevant requests.
It responds to text requests from users and can be asked to write essays, lyrics, stories, marketing pitches, scripts, letters of complaint, and even poetry.
The current version released by startup OpenAI in November is known as GPT3.5 and has a huge feature set.
For example, it was used for pass exams, deliver a sermon, software writing And give relationship advice.
It was limited to providing text responses, but Mr. Brown revealed that this will soon change at the AI in Focus – Digital Kickoff event last Thursday.
In accordance with Heisehe said: “We will introduce GPT-4 next week, where we will have multi-modal models that will offer completely different capabilities – for example, video.”
It’s not exactly a groundbreaking concept — in September, rival tech giant Meta unveiled its own artificial intelligence system that generates video from text prompts.
“Make-A-Video” was trained on images with captions to help him learn about the world and its description, and on unlabeled videos to determine how the world moves.
However, the resulting clips, while impressive, tend to be blurry and devoid of sound.
Make-A-Video is not yet available to the public, but the release of GPT-4.0 may change that.
Experts say the success of ChatGPT and OpenAI collaboration with Microsoft “hurried” Google with the release of its own chatbot with artificial intelligence, Bard.
Speculation began when Bard incorrectly asked a question in a commercial. erased £100bn from the value of her firm.
In September, rival tech giant Meta unveiled its own artificial intelligence system that generates videos from text prompts. The Make-A-Video program was trained on images with captions to help him learn about the world and its description, and on unlabeled videos to determine how the world is moving.
While GPT-4 will be OpenAI’s first step in video production, it has already developed Text to Image AI, DALL-E.
In 2020, the company also announced jukeboxan instrument that creates music from a cue and can imitate the style of different artists.
Without specifically mentioning these tools, Mr. Brown said that the new ChatGPT “will make the models comprehensive.”
At the “AI in Focus” event, which was broadcast to Microsoft partners and potential customers, Mr. Brown did not reveal whether GPT-4 would be released separately or as part of a product.
The tech company has a “future AI” showcase event scheduled for Thursday that could provide more information.
Rumors about what this update will look like have been circulating since 2021. Wired it is supposed to use 100 trillion parameters.
This will give him many more “next word” or “next sentence” options in this context than currently, making him more human-like.
However, this was shut down by OpenAI CEO Sam Altman who said StrogoVK it was “complete crap”.
Others say GPT-4 will be better at generating computer code, handle longer text prompts, and be able to output text, images, sounds, and video.
Mr. Altman said on the AI for the Next Era podcast, “I think we will get multi-modal models soon and that will open up new possibilities.”
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman (pictured) said on the AI for the Next Era podcast, “I think we’ll get multimodal models soon and that will open up new possibilities.”
While pervasive multi-modal AI is a new concept, discussions about the impact of AI-assisted video production have been going on for many years, especially in relation to “deepfakes”.
These are forms of AI that use “deep learning” to manipulate sound, images or video to create hyper-realistic but fake media content.
The term was coined in 2017 when a Reddit user posted edited porn videos on the forum.
In the commercials, the faces of celebrities such as Gal Gadot, Taylor Swift and Scarlett Johansson are replaced with porn stars.
Another infamous example of a deepfake or “cheap fake” was a crude imitation Vladimir Zelensky the video, which went viral on Russian social media last year, appears to be surrendering to Russia.
The video shows the Ukrainian president speaking from his pulpit, urging his troops to lay down their arms and come to terms with Putin’s invading troops.
Savvy Internet users immediately noted the discrepancy between the color of Zelensky’s neck and face, a strange accent and pixelation around the head.
Despite the entertainment value of deepfakes, some experts warn of the dangers they can pose.
Dr Tim Stevens, director of the cybersecurity research group at King’s College London, said that AI deepfake could undermine democratic institutions and national security.
He said that the wide availability of these tools could be used by states like Russia to “troll” target populations in an attempt to achieve foreign policy goals and “undermine” countries’ national security.
He added: “AI and deepfakes have the potential to impact national security.
“Not in a high level of defense and interstate war, but in a general undermining of confidence in democratic institutions and the media.
“They can be used by autocracies like Russia to reduce the level of trust in these institutions and organizations.”
Indeed, it was predicted that By 2025, 90% of online content will be generated or created using artificial intelligence.
Will the robot take YOUR job? Study reveals which professions are most at risk of being replaced by AI
A study by Princeton University in New Jersey, USA, has identified 20 jobs that are most at risk of being fired thanks to AI.
The first place is taken by the call center operator, and the next eight are teachers of various disciplines, including languages, history, law and religion.
The authors write: “The impact of AI on work is likely to be multifaceted.
“In some cases, AI can replace work previously done by humans, and in other cases, AI can complement work done by humans.”
A study by Princeton University in New Jersey, USA, has identified 20 jobs most at risk of being fired thanks to AI.