OpenAI Secretly Unveils GPT-4-32K API

Good news for developers as OpenAI is set to release GPT-4-32k API.
OpenAI Releases ChatGPT Plugins, An ‘iOS App Store’ Moment in AI
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After the highly anticipated release of GPT-4, OpenAI has released GPT-4-32k API, as confirmed by several developers who have signed up for the waitlist.  This means that GPT-4 can now process 32k tokens, generating better results.

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GPT-4-32K is very powerful and you can build your entire application using it.

OpenAI released APIs for its existing models like gpt-3.5-turbo, whisper-1  and so on. 

In early March, OpenAI, released plugins in ChatGPT plugins, allowing ChatGPT to access various services through API calls, increasing its functionality. Besides Wolfram Research, some of the initial plugins that have been created by companies, in partnership with OpenAI include Expedia, Instacart, FiscalNote, KAYAK, Klarna, Milo, Shopify, OpenTable, Slack, Speak, Zapier and others. Since then, several AI enthusiasts have used the plugins to create their own apps. 

However, this move has raised concerns about the potential for disasters to happen due to the lack of regulation and the possibility of risky plugins being created. OpenAI’s focus on safety has led to only 13 curated plugins being released, but the potential for self-regulation to work seems unlikely. With GPT-4’s ability to become “agentic,” the amplification of this nature through access to web APIs is also a concern. The launch of ChatGPT plugins shows that we need more regulation on AI to prevent disasters from happening.

Although OpenAI has not yet made any official statement, let’s lookout for updates.

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Shritama Saha
Shritama is a technology journalist who is keen to learn about AI and analytics play. A graduate in mass communication, she is passionate to explore the influence of data science on fashion, drug development, films, and art.

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