OpenAI GPT-4 people are begging to be disappointed and they will be

Ο Διευθύνων Σύμβουλος της OpenAI, Sam Altman, απάντησε σε διάφορες φήμες που κυκλοφορούν σχετικά με το GPT-4 – το AI μοντέλο της εταιρείας που δεν έχει κυκλοφορήσει ακόμη, αναφέροντας ότι “οι άνθρωποι εκλιπαρούν να απογοητευτούν και θα απογοητευτούν”.

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During of an interview with StrictlyVC, Altman was asked if GPT-4 will be released in the first quarter or first half of the year, as most expect. He responded without offering a specific timeline. "It will come out at some point, when we're sure we can do it safely and responsibly."

When asked about a viral graph purporting to compare the number of parameters in GPT-3 (175 billion) to GPT-4 (100 trillion), Altman very politely called it “complete bullshit.”

“GPT-4 rumors are ridiculous. I don't know where all this is coming from," said the CEO of OpenAI.

"People are begging to be disappointed and they will be."

Asked how far we are from the development of AGI (Artificial general intelligence), Altman replied, “The closer we get, the harder it is for me to answer, because I think it will be much murkier and much more of a gradual transition from what people think.”

Και ο Altman αναφέρθηκε επίσης στις προβλέψεις ότι το ChatGPT θα σκοτώσει την Google.

“I think any time someone says that a technology is going to be the end of some other giant company, they're usually wrong. I think people forget that the other side can also make moves and are very smart, and quite capable. I think there will be a shift in search that will probably come at some point — but not as dramatic as people think and not in the short term.” The Best Technology Site in Greece
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