OpenAI is at the forefront of AI development, continuously enhancing its offerings. In the latest update, ChatGPT+ subscribers are in for a treat.
OpenAI is rolling out new beta features, including file upload capabilities and multimodal support, which can significantly enhance your workflow.
One of the most exciting updates is the introduction of multimodal abilities. Users can now upload various documents, and ChatGPT will intuitively determine the best way to respond based on context.
This eliminates the need to manually switch between modes, making your interaction with the chatbot smoother and more intuitive.
Going Beyond Text, ChatGPT+ Can Also Analyze Images
This new feature empowers the chatbot to handle more than just text files.
Users have already experimented with uploading images and requesting the chatbot to generate content based on them.
For example, one user uploaded an image of a capybara and asked ChatGPT to create a Pixar-style image using DALL-E 3.
True Multimodal is now in #ChatGPT! 🤯— DataChazGPT 🤯 (not a bot) (@DataChaz) October 29, 2023
Here's a demo uploading an image, asking #GPT4 to make an animated version of it in Pixar style.
ChatGPT outputs a Pixar-style version of the capybara, fully generated by #Dalle3.
And it all works in ONE chat! 🔥 pic.twitter.com/69lUlrSJth
While not all ChatGPT+ users have received the multimodal update yet, OpenAI is actively rolling it out.
Once available, you can easily interact with and analyze various documents and media, significantly enhancing the versatility of the chatbot in your workflow.
But that's not all.
OpenAI is taking a step further by introducing the "All Tools" feature, allowing users access to all GPT-4 tools simultaneously without the hassle of switching between functions.
This significant upgrade streamlines your workflow, as you can now perform tasks that previously required switching modes.
OpenAI's latest enhancements signify a remarkable step forward in AI development.
These upgrades open possibilities, from data analysis to content creation, all within one versatile tool that expands users' creative and analytical capabilities.
Edited by Nikola Djuric