OpenAI reveals the remarkable human transformation of ChatGPT

In anticipation of Monday’s spring update, OpenAI staff and enthusiasts flooded Twitter with anticipation, creating the inevitable excitement. «The world will change forever,» declared one tweet, while CEO Sam Altman hinted at something akin to «magic.» Among those teasers, there were rumors that OpenAI could potentially develop a competitor to Google Search and partner with Apple for a voice assistant.

In fact, amid the flurry of technical revelations at the company’s briskly presented live event, one significant revelation caught my attention. It’s a revelation ChatGPT-4owhich elevates the already remarkable OpenAI chatbot to a level that feels remarkably, shall I say, human.

Among other improvements, ChatGPT can now recognize emotions from both the user’s voice and facial expression, reflecting human interaction. Additionally, it features spontaneous humor, similar to how people keep conversations light, and allows for interrupting responses, freeing users from the rigid turn dynamics typical of chatbot interactions.

I am excited about GPT-4o.

Realtime + multimodal + desktop application.

You’ll have an AI teammate on your device that can help you with whatever you’re working on – and it runs 2x faster and costs 50% less than before.

OpenAI does not build artificial intelligence models.

They do magic.

— Mckay Wrigley (@mckaywrigley) May 13, 2024

To understand the extent of OpenAI’s efforts to humanize ChatGPT, check out this video the company shared. In it, the new GPT4-o model engages through the camera with an adorable dog. If you closed your eyes, you’d be convinced it was a real person gushing over the puppy. However, it is AI model adept at expressing relevant emotions and observations similar to those we would make when meeting an adorable dog for the first time.

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OpenAI describes GPT-4o (‘o’ for ‘omni’) as a significant step towards achieving smoother human-computer interaction. This update allows input containing text, audio, and images and generates corresponding outputs in any combination. With a fast response time of just 232 milliseconds to audio inputs, an average of 320 milliseconds, the GPT-4o accurately reflects the speed of human conversation. It is noteworthy that compared to previous models, it excels in image and sound understanding.

This aspect really encapsulates the magic I mentioned earlier. For example, during Monday’s event, ChatGPT showed off its skills by telling a bedtime story filled with whimsy, emotion and drama. In conversations, it echoes the user’s thoughts for clarity and includes human voice nuances such as «hmmm» and pauses.

Is it necessary for a chatbot to read bedtime stories with the same emotional depth as our parents did when we were young? Honestly, no. But it undeniably makes the technology more accessible, reminiscent of how Apple’s inclusion of handles on the first candy-colored Macintosh computers was unnecessary but charming at the time.

🚨 BREAKING: OpenAI’s new voice assistant works as a translator. Impressive range of emotions and fluidity throughout.

— Zain Kahn (@heykahn) May 13, 2024

OpenAI voice assistant achieved remarkable proficiency in live translation to the point that this aspect of the demonstration left me in awe. His fast performance translated flawlessly between English and Italian, summarizing each speaker’s words in real time into the other without skipping a beat.

That’s what I mean about the big reveal from Monday’s OpenAI event. The more awesome OpenAI makes its technology, the more people are likely to adopt ChatGPT. When was the last time a company’s product or software update felt like magic?

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