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ChatGPT now understands even better! The update we've all been waiting for has arrived

A notable qualitative leap for OpenAI's ChatGPT, which introduces a enhanced version of his model, promising smoother interactions and updated information in 2023. The current model is obviously based on GPT-4 Turbo presented a few months ago. This is the most powerful and broad-based LLM created by the company to date, looking forward to the launch of GPT-5 which should arrive between this and next year.

What's new in GPT-4 Turbo: ChatGPT becomes more direct and less verbose

OpenAI has launched a significant update for the ChatGPT premium users, which includes the new GPT-4 Turbo model. This model was designed to significantly improve the conversational experience offered by ChatGPT, elevating capabilities in areas such as writing, mathematics, reasoning logical , programming. A key aspect of this release is theupdating the knowledge base, which now includes publicly available data through December 2023.

OpenAI's goal with this move is to make ChatGPT not only a more streamlined and direct interface, but also more suitable for everyday conversations. This strategy responds to the growing demand for a virtual assistant that is not only intelligent, but also more intuitive e less verbose.

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Alongside these positive developments, the week was not without controversy for OpenAI. After Microsoft described the model DALL-E by OpenAI as a potentially useful tool in the military context, internal tensions emerged which led to the dismissal of two researchers.

The new version of ChatGPT therefore promises not only technical improvements, but also raises important questions about future directions that OpenAI will take, highlighting the need for a balance between technological innovation and social responsibility. We'll see how the situation evolves in the future. One thing is certain: with the rules of the AI ​​Act companies like OpenAI need to be wary of users using their tools.

Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about code, languages ​​and languages, man-machine interfaces. All that is technological evolution is of interest to me. I try to divulge my passion with the utmost clarity, relying on reliable sources and not "on the first pass".


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