Be My AI has been in development for 7 months, incorporating feedback from over 19,000 blind beta testers to refine the user experience.
The tool matches distinct speech characteristics like cadence, tone, and inflection to replicate hosts' voices in other languages.
ChatGPT can now see, hear, and speak. Users can simply speak to ask questions or make requests, with the assistant responding through a natural-sounding voice.
The top 3 winners will get $100,000 cash prize, plus API credits for runner-ups. Any startup or individual with an innovative idea for AI in education is eligible to apply.
DALL-E 3 is natively built on top of ChatGPT, allowing users to interactively refine and detail their textual prompts.
The goal is to identify potential risks and improve the safety of systems like ChatGPT and DALL-E before release.
The Dublin team will focus on operations, trust and safety, go-to-market initiatives, security engineering, and legal work.
In spite of AWS's predominance in cloud infrastructure services, accounting for 40% of global spending, its hiccups in AI development could become increasingly costly.
The impressive revenue figures indicate that OpenAI has not only outpaced its own projections but also highlights the growing commercial potential of large-language models (LLMs) like its GPT-4.
It includes enterprise-grade security and privacy, unlimited higher-speed GPT-4 access, longer context windows for processing longer inputs, advanced data analysis capabilities, customization options, and much more.
The collaboration aims to make fine-tuning more accessible for enterprises looking to customize OpenAI's powerful large language models using their own proprietary data.
Preliminary testing indicates that a fine-tuned GPT-3.5 Turbo could rival or even surpass base GPT-4 models in specialized tasks.
The team at Global Illumination has been at the forefront of building impactful digital experiences at leading technology companies.
The company says a content moderation system using GPT-4 results in much faster iteration on policy changes, reducing the cycle from months to hours.
This marks the third journalism project backed by OpenAI in the past month alone.
The move is a progressive step towards addressing complaints around the utilization of publicly available website data in training large-scale language models such as GPT-4.
While the application doesn’t confirm GPT-5 is in active development, it shows OpenAI securing the name.
Users API inputs and outputs do not become part of the training data unless you explicitly opt in.
In a step towards more personalized AI, you can set your preferences, and ChatGPT will keep them in mind for all future conversations.
OpenAI continues its foray into journalism with a $5+ million partnership with the American Journalism Project, aiming to transform and strengthen local news through AI.
Radar Assistant will allow businesses to create complex fraud rules using natural language instructions.
The partnership sets both companies on an ambitious course to integrate generative AI in journalism and news production, with implications that could redefine the industry.