chatgpt Upgraded with additional knowledge that will allow the chatbot to provide more up-to-date and accurate information, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman made the announcement at the company’s first developer conference on Monday. The AI chatbot was previously trained on information dating back to September 2021, when it was made available to the public in November last year, making the new update significant. According to the company, additional information will be available to users who have paid for access to OpenAI’s most powerful large language models (LLMs).
the very first OpenAI Devde It started on Monday, Altman announced ChatGPT will now have access to world events and information up to April 2023. Until now, users could only ask the chatbot about events that occurred before September 2021 – ChatGPT could not accurately answer questions related to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict. The 2022 FIFA World Cup, or the easing of the coronavirus pandemic over the past two years.
Earlier this year, OpenAI announced A ‘Browse with Bing’ feature that allows users to retrieve information from the Internet using a chatbot, but that process would take longer and was not based on the information and data on which the chatbot was trained Was. “We’re as angry as all of you – maybe even more so – GPT-4 Knowledge about the world ended in 2021. We’ll try to never let it get old again,” Altman said.
In addition to being trained on more updated information, ChatGPT Powered by GPT-4 Turbo It would also be able to process an image as a signal, consume up to 300 pages of a book to answer questions more accurately, or aid in software development.
However, not all ChatGPT users will have access to the latest knowledge base at this time. OpenAI reveals that customers who have paid for access GPT-4 Turbo – The most capable LLM in the company at the moment – trained with knowledge up to this year will be able to use ChatGPT. According to the company, GPT-4 Turbo is currently in preview for developers and will be released in a few weeks.