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OpenAI Launched Advanced AI Model GPT-4o


San Francisco, 14 May 2024(TDI):  OpenAI Launched Advanced AI Model amid the rising competition in the tech world. Sam Altman on Monday told the media that his company Open AI had made a new AI model called GPT-4o.

GPT-4o would be capable of realistic voice interactions and able to process both text and images. Its release would maintain Open Ai’s status as a leading player in competition. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said the new technology “feels like magic”, writing in a blog post that it was “the best computer interface” he had ever used.

OpenAI’s Chief Technology Officer, Mira Murati, announced that the updated version of ChatGPT will include memory capabilities, allowing it to learn from previous interactions with users. Additionally, it will be able to perform real-time translation.

“This is the first time that we are really making a huge step forward when it comes to the ease of use. This interaction becomes much more natural and far, far easier,” Mira Murati said in a live demo broadcasted from the company’s headquarters in San Francisco, California. 

OpenAI Launched Advanced AI Model which was made public in an event that preceded Google’s annual I/O developer conference by one day, where announcements about updates to its Gemini AI model are anticipated. Similar to the new GPT-4o, Google’s Gemini is also multimodal, with the ability to comprehend and produce text, images, and audio. OpenAI’s update arrives ahead of anticipated AI revelations from Apple at its Worldwide Developers Conference next month, potentially involving novel methods of integrating AI into upcoming iPhone or iOS releases.

Supported by Microsoft (MSFT.O), OpenAI is confronted with increasing competition and the imperative to broaden the user base of ChatGPT, its renowned chatbot product. ChatGPT impressed the global audience with its capacity to generate human-like written content and high-quality software code.

Also Read: OpenAI announces Sam Altman’s departure as CEO



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