OpenAI Wants to Assuage Your Concerns About ChatGPT's Safety

OpenAI Wants to Assuage Your Concerns About ChatGPT’s Safety

GPT-4, the latest upgrade to OpenAI’s ChatGPT language model, has been released. Contrary to popular belief, this update makes the chatbot more creative and collaborative than ever before, and better suited to creative and technical writing tasks such as song composition, screenplay writing, and learning a user’s writing style.

According to OpenAI, GPT-4 will be able to accept images as inputs, allowing the bot to recognise image content and generate captions, classifications, and analyses. This feature will also allow it to generate a list of potential food recipes based on baking essentials such as flour and butter.

Furthermore, the new version supports more words, making it ideal for long-form content creation, extended conversations, and document search and analysis.



One of the key improvements promised by GPT-4 is the ability to allay critics’ fears about chatbots. The internal analysis shows that the new chatbot is 82% less likely to respond to requests for disallowed content and 40% more likely to produce factual responses than GPT-3.5.

In terms of safety and alignment updates, the chatbot relied heavily on human feedback, including user feedback. “We’ve incorporated lessons learned from real-world application of our previous models into GPT-4’s safety research and monitoring system,” according to the update.

Despite recent advances in chatbot technology, fears of robots taking over human jobs are mostly unfounded. Instead, chatbots like GPT-4 are intended to supplement rather than replace human productivity, creativity, and efficiency. We can expect language models to become more advanced and capable of assisting humans in more sophisticated ways as they evolve.

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