Chat GPT just got a huge new update. On April 12, OpenAI announced that ChatGTP premium users (those who paid for Chat GTP Plus, Team or Enterprise) can now enjoy the upgraded GPT-4 Turbo model.

The upgraded model is named ” gpt-4-turbo-2024-04-09″ has some improvements in writing, reasoning, math, and coding. It also has an updated knowledge base because it was trained on publicly available data as of December 2023. Compared to Below, the previous version of GPT-4 Turbo was only trained up to April 2023.

OpenAI added to X posts ChatGPT will be “more direct, less verbose, and use more conversational language” when generating written responses.

ChatGPT update comes amid a challenging month for OpenAI

This ChatGPT update comes after an intense month for OpenAI. While its video generation model Sora caused a stir online, it was also accused of copyright infringement after OpenAI chief technology officer Mira Murati said she didn’t know whether Sora’s training data contained content from YouTube. , Instagram or Facebook.

YouTube CEO Neal Mohan said in an interview with Bloomberg: “From a creator’s perspective, when creators upload their hard work to our platform, they have certain expectations. .”

“One of the expectations is that the terms of service will be adhered to. It does not allow the downloading of content such as transcripts or video clips, which is a clear violation of our terms of service. These are the rules for content on our platform.”

But these accusations are nothing new. In fact, OpenAI has been the subject of numerous lawsuits. The New York Times recently filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against the company, and comedian Sarah Silverman is one of several authors suing OpenAI under California’s unfair competition law. Hopefully Chat-GPT 5 will reduce legal troubles.

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