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New AI tool can create a whole website code just from a picture of a hand-drawn sketch–in seconds

If you thought that ChatGPT was good, then here’s another AI tool that might be even better than that.

Last Tuesday, March 14, 2023, OpenAI announced its creation of an even more advanced version of ChatGPT—the GPT-4. This new tech, according to OpenAI themselves, is another milestone to the evolution and progress of artificial intelligence (AI).

GPT-4 is said to have the potential and ability to improve how people learn languages, how blind people “see” images, down to even the more complicated things, such as doing taxes, building a website, and many others. OpenAI said that this version will even be able to understand pictures as well, whereas ChatGPT just understands only text, and called it as “their most capable and aligned model yet.”

The co-founder and president of OpenAI, Greg Brockman, showed a demo of what the GPT-4 could do, which included the tech being able to create a whole code for a website just from a picture of a hand-drawn mock-up sketch in seconds.

Like its predecessor, GPT-4 is capable of doing the following, but better: pass complicated exams like a simulated legal bar exam (though still being weak in some areas), and teach languages and help the visually impaired through a partnership with the app Be My Eyes.

If you want to use it for free, however, we’re sad to say that it isn’t. You’ll have to pay $20 per month in order to use it. Though, if you really want to, there’s BingGPT—the Microsoft-made chatbot using GPT-4 tech, though it doesn’t allow unlimited conversation in a day and images.

Despite the advancement of AI technology these past few years, people are still quite skeptical and afraid of it, due to it slowly (and surely) replacing human work and human traits.

Technology can be real scary at times, and now that AI is becoming more “human” than ever, how long before we’ll all be replaced? Only time can tell, I guess.


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