In recent months, ChatGPT has become impossible to avoid, and it appears like Microsoft is ready to update the AI tool with a change that might put it back in the spotlight.
That’s because the business intends to release GPT-4 as soon as next week, and it might enable you to produce AI-generated videos using straightforward text cues.
At a recent event called “AI in Focus — Digital Launch,” Andreas Braun, Chief Technical Officer at Microsoft Germany, announced the news (via Heise). Braun stated, “We’ll introduce GPT-4 next week… We will have multimodal models that provide entirely new possibilities, like videos.
Apps like ChatGPT are powered by the GPT-4 large language model technology.
Microsoft stated that GPT-4 would be “multimodal” at the AI presentation. This would enable Microsoft’s AI to translate a user’s text into graphics, music, and video, according to Holger Kenn, Director of Business Strategy at Microsoft Germany.
Microsoft provided an example of how a call center could use GPT-4 to automatically translate phone conversations between staff members and customers into text, saving a tonne of time and effort that would otherwise be required to summarise those discussions after they end.