Features including GPT-4 now available for Indian users
There is no doubt that ChatGPIT has become a viral sensation in the world. OpenAI’s chatbot is one of the fastest services to reach 100 million users in three months. ChatGPIT Plus is the new paid version of OpenAI’s chatbot, providing faster response and more reliability. Now OpenAI is introducing its ChatGipt Plus subscription for Indian users. The company informed about this on Friday through its official Twitter account. ChatGipt’s new announcement comes at a time when tech giants are competing to offer the best of generative AI to their customers.
“New news! ChatGipt Plus subscriptions are now available in India. Get access to new features including GPT-4 today,” says the company’s official tweet.
The new premium version of ChatGPT will be based on the latest language model, GPT-4. ChatGPIT Plus version was listed in the country a few days before the official announcement. Now Indian users will be able to use new features including GPT-4. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman retweeted the announcement through his Twitter account and declared his love for India.
Earlier this week OpenAI introduced its latest GPT-4, the AI fueling the chatbot or ChatGPT. “We created GPT-4, the latest innovation in OpenAI’s effort to advance deep learning,” says OpenAI.
The GPT-4 is primarily a large multimodal, accepting inputs in the form of text and images and giving outputs in the form of text. The company claims that the GPT-4 shows human-level performance in various professional, academic parameters.
In contrast, GPT-3, GPT-3.5 work in only one modality. It is possible to ask questions in these only by typing. GPT-4 is an improvement over its predecessors in terms of creativity, visual perception, and positioning. It also has the ability to collaborate with users on a variety of creative projects, including music, screenplays, and technical compositions.
The latest language models can process up to 25,000 words from a user or adapt text from user-shared web links. GPT-4 will help create longer content and facilitate wider conversations, the company said.
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