With more and more artificial intelligence (AI) tools being released on the internet, the popularity of this technology has skyrocketed. The AI model that took the world by storm and is currently in the spotlight is OpenAI’s ChatGPT. ChatGPT is based on the GPT architecture, with GPT-4 being the latest language model powering it. GPT-4 was released with some great improvements, such as the ability to produce human-like text, generate graphics, and produce software code using just a textual description or a prompt.
Here are ten ways to make the most of GPT-4.
- GPT-4 can pass almost any exam and show human-level performance, and that too with some good scores.
The new upgrade, GPT-4, performed incredibly well on a number of standardized academic exams such as the LSAT, GRE, SAT, and BAR exams. It passed these exams by scoring 298/400 in the Uniform BAR Exam, scoring in the 88th percentile in the LSAT (Law School Admission Test), and so on. It even got great scores on AP exams like macroeconomics, microeconomics, US history, and chemistry.
GPT-4 can explain step by step the entire process through which a Google Chrome extension can be developed. When asked by GPT-4 for a simple pirate-themed extension using manifest version 3 that would read any highlighted text on a web page and summarize it in the opened Chrome popup using “pirate speak”, while a pirate themed joke about the text was added the steps and the code that allows the extension to be created in just a few hours.
When GPT-4 gets an image, it can understand it and describe what’s happening behind it. It even accurately describes the intent and humor. An internet meme humorously depicting the state of computer vision and AI was clearly understood by GPT-4 and even explained the humor behind it.
DoNotPay, the chatbot for legal services, works extremely well on GPT-4. It generates “one-click lawsuits” for suing robocalls for $1,500. One can easily generate a 1000 word lawsuit after receiving a call and clicking a button followed by transcription of the call.
Milo, a kind of virtual co-parent for parents powered by GPT-4, can be used by parents all over the world for tasks such as adding children’s birthdays to the calendar, sending birthday party invitations, personalized reminders for babysitter payments , and so forth. It even solves the problems of school newsletters, football emails, and whiteboards for families.
- The latest GPT-4 powered Bing can answer complex questions.
Bing can provide answers to even personalized complex questions. It can create a three-course meal, write a good rhyming poem, help the user plan an anniversary or fishing trip, custom diet plan, etc.
- The recent Duolingo, powered by GPT-4, can be used to quickly learn a language.
Duolingo, the educational technology application, has a number of new features that can help a user learn a new language efficiently. The newly introduced Duolingo Max can provide AI-powered personalized feedback to users in their lessons and even help them practice tasks such as ordering a cup of coffee or planning a trip through role play.
- Khan Academy’s GPT-4 powered chatbot can be used to explain tricky concepts and provide clear answers.
Khan Academy, which offers great online learning resources and is used by students from all over the world, has adapted GPT-4 to its learning environment. The chatbot can answer complex questions and even explain the reasoning behind it. An example of this is the ability to evaluate difficult mathematical expressions with proper logic and a step-by-step method for solving them.
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Tanya Malhotra is a final year student at the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun pursuing BTech in Computer Science Engineering with a specialization in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
She is a Data Science enthusiast with good analytical and critical thinking skills along with a keen interest in acquiring new skills, leading groups and organizing work.