Microsoft Says GPT-4 Coming Next Week With Video Generation Capabilities

Next week, Microsoft is set to launch GPT-4, which will come equipped with video features. This announcement was made by Andreas Braun, the CTO of Microsoft Germany and Lead Data & AI STU, during the “AI in Focus Digital Kickoff” event.

Bing, which currently runs on the power of ChatGPT and GPT 3.5, has faced criticism for its sluggishness in generating and presenting search results. Another big criticism it faces in the SEO community, writers, giant publishers, etc, is the detection of the content generated using GPT-4. There are very few tools to find the difference between Human vs. AI-generated content, and one of the best tools you can use to do it is GPT Detector.

The forthcoming release of GPT-4 is anticipated to enhance Bing’s capabilities and provide users with fresh opportunities. Through the use of multimodal models, users will be able to engage via various channels, such as text, images, and sounds. A major highlight of the latest version is its capability to generate videos.

OpenAI recently made an announcement about the development of a mobile app for ChatGPT, featuring the latest GPT-4 AI technology. The app will allow users to create videos with AI assistance, showcasing the potential of GPT-4.

Along with this, GPT-4 will offer faster answer generation compared to the current GPT 3.5 version. Furthermore, GPT-4’s answers will be more akin to human responses, enhancing its human-like capabilities. These advancements will also be incorporated into Bing Chat in the near future.

Having invested billions of dollars in OpenAI, Microsoft is poised to quickly integrate GPT-4 into Bing search. Although, Andreas Braun did not mention a specific timeline for when Bing Chat will receive the benefits of GPT-4.

This updated version, with its capabilities of generating videos and producing more lifelike answers, has the potential to revolutionize our experience with AI technology.

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