GPT-4o Offers us a Sneak Peek at a Fantastic Future

By Consultants Review Team Wednesday, 15 May 2024

We've had a preview of the many roles AI systems will play in the future with OpenAI's newest AI model, which was shown earlier this week. These jobs include translator, instructor, eyes for the physically handicapped, work helper, tour guide, and hyperbolic virtual companion.

GPT-4o, which has several features currently accessible on ChatGPT, will be free for all users and pushed out in the next weeks. Bebi Negi, senior lead data scientist at Happiest Minds Technologies, claims that the model's ability to reason across voice, visual, and text is what makes the "o" stand for "omni." She calls this ability "a game changer."

Consider this: you could give the model text instructions and receive a video answer, or you could offer a verbal explanation and receive a picture. According to her, interaction is considerably more intuitive and natural when using a multimodal approach.

According to Bhavesh Goswami, founder and CEO of CloudThat, the new model's accessibility through ChatGPT will further democratize access to these developments in AI. "Especially for developers who can fully utilize the capabilities of GPT-4o by utilizing enhanced APIs."

According to Aditya Garg, head of Genesys India's solutions consulting division, this advancement in AI capabilities would significantly alter several businesses, such as contact centers. According to him, the incorporation of models such as GPT-4o into cloud-based contact center solutions would result in notable automation advantages and a decrease in the necessity for human interaction in regular operations.

While Aakash Bist, who leads GenAI R&D at Pure Storage, asserts that improved feedback mechanisms, high-quality data, and effective data utilisation strategies have all contributed to the advancement of AI functionalities, Deepak Visweswaraiah, vice president of platform engineering at Pegasystems India, believes that the exponential growth in compute power and the abundance of data have fuelled the progress of AI models.

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