Andreas Braun, Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft Germany, revealed that ChatGPT4 will have “multimodal models that offer completely different possibilities — for instance, videos. Using a simple text prompt, users will be able to create AI-generated videos next week with Microsoft’s AI tool.
GPT-4 will be “multimodal,” meaning that AI will be able to translate a user’s text into images, music, and video at Microsoft’s “AI in Focus – Digital Kickoff” event. The AI program could even convert phone conversations between employees and customers into text.
As of now, ChatGPT replies in text format only but GPT4 will change the app to support a large language model. Although, this is not the first time that an AI-enabled video creation tool is being unveiled. Last year, in 2022, Meta launched the Make-A-Video tool that creates videos using text input.
GPT4 will be introduced next week and it will include multimodal models. The new version comes less than four months after GPT3 has taken the internet world by storm.
The motive is to bridge the gap to human-level intelligence that will orchestrate more powerful AI systems in the near future as ChatGPT has already raised huge awareness about the power and potential of AI that could help humans have a better life.