Microsoft Germany’s CTO, Andreas Braun, announced at an “AI in Focus – Digital Kickoff” event that the GPT-4 language module is to be introduced next week. GPT-4 is the successor to the viral AI chatbot ChatGPT’s language model, GPT-3. Braun highlighted that the new language model will have “multimodal models” to offer different possibilities, such as videos. GPT-4 is expected to have the capability of understanding natural language and offering conversational replies in text, images and sounds.

In addition to the creation of videos with AI assistance, GPT-4 will produce answers more quickly and in a more human-like manner, providing responses that sound more like a human has written them. The new language model will also be available on Bing Chat, and there are rumours that it may improve ChatGPT and other Microsoft services that use Bing AI.

While some may have concerns that advanced technologies like GPT-3-powered ChatGPT and GPT 3.5-powered Bing AI may threaten future job security, Microsoft Germany CEO, Marianne Janik, stated that this is not about replacing jobs but rather about doing repetitive tasks in a different way than before. The initial rollout of GPT-4 may be limited to the German market.

Microsoft and Open AI are working together to improve Microsoft services, and the latest version of Windows 11 will integrate Bing AI into the search on the taskbar. Bing AI is built on the proprietary technology, Prometheus, from Microsoft and Open AI, and the AI chatbot is available on the Microsoft Edge browser and Bing app for Android and iOS


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