Microsoft is all set to upgrade its AI tool, ChatGPT, with the launch of GPT-4, which will offer the ability to create AI-generated videos from simple text prompts. Andreas Braun, Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft Germany, announced the news during the “AI in Focus — Digital Kickoff” event. According to Braun, the multimodal model will offer completely different possibilities, such as videos.
The current version of ChatGPT is built on GPT 3.5 with 175 Billion Machine Learning Parameters. But GPT-4 has 100 TRILLION ML PARAMETERS. GPT-4 will be able to process multiple types of data including Videos, Images, Sounds, Numbers etc.
By next week, you will be able to use Artificial Intelligence to write a movie script, use Al to generate Actors for the movie, produce the movie and take it public without hiring Real Life actors.
By Next week, you will be able to write a fully illustrated 200 page book from scratch to finish in One day.
Multimodal Model and AI-generated Videos
GPT-4 is the underlying large language model technology that powers apps like ChatGPT, which currently only replies in text form. However, the imminent update will change all that. With the new model being “multimodal,” the company’s AI will translate a user’s text into images, music, and video.
Make-A-Video by Facebook Owner Meta
Although ChatGPT won’t be the first tool to output AI-created videos, Facebook owner Meta launched Make-A-Video in 2022, which creates realistic videos based on short text prompts. It seems that the next version of ChatGPT will be able to do something similar.
Call Centers and Conversations
Microsoft explained that a call center could use GPT-4 to automatically convert phone conversations between employees and customers into text. This will save a lot of time and effort, which was previously expended on summarizing calls after they finish.
Bing Web Browser Controversy
Despite the huge interest and waiting lists, Microsoft didn’t touch on its integration of ChatGPT into its Bing web browser, which has generated a lot of controversy. Perhaps the company felt it was too much of a touchy subject. Read about GPT Blaster here.
With GPT-4 set to launch next week, we won’t have to wait long to see the next version of ChatGPT’s capabilities and whether Microsoft can fix the lingering problems with its AI assistant. The new features of ChatGPT 4 with AI videos and its multimodal model are sure to provide exciting new possibilities.