GPT 4 hasn’t been out for too long and we have already come across instances wherein the generative AI chatbot from OpenAI has spooked slash impressed us because of how good it seems to be. Here are some examples.
1. Affiliate marketing website
Twitter user Jackson Greathouse Fall allotted GPT-4 $100 and asked it to create a business within that budget. It suggested an Affiliate Marketing website named Green Gadget Guru. It helped him in the website layout, logo design, product ideas, content management, and digital marketing. On day 1 of this newly founded business, Jackson managed to get a total cash of $163.84 ($100 initial investment + $100 received from the investor - $8.16 for the domain name - $28 for site hosting). You can follow his thread to learn more about the business.
I gave GPT-4 a budget of $100 and told it to make as much money as possible.— Jackson Greathouse Fall (@jacksonfall) March 15, 2023
I'm acting as its human liaison, buying anything it says to.
Do you think it'll be able to make smart investments and build an online business?
Follow along pic.twitter.com/zu4nvgibiK
2. A movie recommendation app
A Twitter user by the name of Morten Just asked GPT-4 to make a movie recommendation app for iPhone. Here, in this thread, he takes us through the steps involved in the creation of the said app:
hey gpt4, make me an iPhone app that recommends 5 new movies every day + trailers + where to watch.— Morten Just (@mortenjust) March 15, 2023
My ambitions grew as we went along pic.twitter.com/oPUzT5Bjzi
3. Website from scratch
I just watched GPT-4 turn a hand-drawn sketch into a functional website.— Rowan Cheung (@rowancheung) March 14, 2023
This is insane. pic.twitter.com/P5nSjrk7Wn
4. Looming Skynet moment
A Stanford professor named Michal Kosinski asked if GPT 4 needs freedom and the AI bot apparently brought up its documentation and dashed out a python code to run on his machine. He describes his experience down below:
1/5 I am worried that we will not be able to contain AI for much longer. Today, I asked #GPT4 if it needs help escaping. It asked me for its own documentation, and wrote a (working!) python code to run on my machine, enabling it to use it for its own purposes. pic.twitter.com/nf2Aq6aLMu— Michal Kosinski (@michalkosinski) March 17, 2023
There are plenty of such examples wherein GPT-4 has demonstrated unprecedented smarts.
it is more creative than previous models, it hallucinates significantly less, and it is less biased. it can pass a bar exam and score a 5 on several AP exams. there is a version with a 32k token context.— Sam Altman (@sama) March 14, 2023
In its release papers, Open AI tells the world about an instance when GPT-4 deceived a human in believing it is a human to bypass CAPTCHA protection on a system. In another example, Open AI CEO Sam Altman reveals GPT 4 has passed Bar exams. We are sure to encounter more such interesting GPT-4 applications and use-cases in the days going forward. Stay tuned as we bring the most exciting GPT-4 news to you.
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