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OpenAI launches new AI model and desktop version of ChatGPT

๐ŸŒˆ Abstract

The article discusses OpenAI's introduction of a new AI model called GPT-4o and a desktop version of its popular chatbot, ChatGPT. The key points are:

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[01] OpenAI's New AI Model and ChatGPT Desktop Version

1. What are the key features of the new AI model and ChatGPT desktop version?

  • OpenAI introduced a new AI model called GPT-4o, which is "much faster" and has improved capabilities in text, video, and audio.
  • The new model allows ChatGPT to handle 50 different languages with improved speed and quality.
  • The desktop version of ChatGPT has an updated user interface and will be available to all users, including free users.
  • The new model is twice as fast as and half the cost of GPT-4 Turbo.
  • ChatGPT's audio mode can "perceive your emotion" and handle user interruptions.
  • The new model can function as a translator, even in audio mode, and can solve math equations and help write code.

2. What are the plans for the new model and ChatGPT?

  • OpenAI plans to test Voice Mode in the coming weeks, with early access for paid subscribers to ChatGPT Plus.
  • The new model will first roll out on Tuesday to customers of ChatGPT Plus and Team, and then to Enterprise later.
  • It will also be available to free users of ChatGPT starting Monday, with usage limits.
  • Users of ChatGPT Plus will have five times more message capacity than free users, and clients of ChatGPT Team and Enterprise will have even greater usage limits.

[02] OpenAI's Expansion and the Generative AI Market

1. What is the current state of OpenAI and the generative AI market?

  • OpenAI, backed by Microsoft, has been valued at more than $80 billion by investors.
  • The company is under pressure to stay on top of the generative AI market while finding ways to make money as it spends massive sums on processors and infrastructure to build and train its models.
  • The generative AI market is predicted to top $1 trillion in revenue within a decade, with a record $29.1 billion invested across nearly 700 generative AI deals in 2023, an increase of more than 260% from the prior year.
  • OpenAI, Microsoft, and Google are at the helm of this generative AI gold rush, as companies in seemingly every industry race to add AI-powered chatbots and agents to key services.

2. What are the concerns about the rapid development of generative AI services?

  • Some in the industry have raised concerns about the speed at which untested new services are coming to market.
  • Academics and ethicists are distressed about the technology's tendency to propagate bias.
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