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Love with a robot: new version of ChatGPT recognizes emotions and can flirt

OpenAI has introduced a new version of ChatGPT. She works faster than the previous one and behaves more relaxed - she can allow herself to chat a little, or even flirt, she reports with the BBC.

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GPT-4o will be available to all users of the previous version, including those who do not pay a subscription to use the service.

According to the developers, the new version can recognize emotions and flirt.

New opportunities

GPT-4o can read images and discuss what it sees, translate from one language to another, and detect emotions from facial expressions. The bot, unlike previous versions, can also remember previous conversations.

He can be interrupted mid-sentence and has an easier conversational rhythm. During the demonstration, there was virtually no delay between question and answer.

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OpenAI said it will roll out new features gradually to ensure they are safe to use.

The new model is a step forward in the field of artificial intelligence, says OpenAI Chief Technology Officer Mira Murati.

“We're looking at the future of interactions between us and machines,” says Murati. “And we think GPT-4o really changes that paradigm.”

During the demonstration of the voice version of GPT-4o, he not only solved a simple equation written on a piece of paper, but also gave useful recommendations on how to solve it. He analyzed computer code, translating from Italian to English, and interpreted the emotions in a photo of a smiling person.

During the demonstration, the bot, speaking in a female voice with an American accent, greeted people who approached it, and if it was praised, it replied: “Enough, you're making me blush!”

One researcher asked a bot to read his facial expressions and determine what emotions he was experiencing. GPT-4o thought he looked "happy and cheerful, with a big smile and maybe even a hint of excitement."

“No matter what’s going on, you seem to be in a great mood,” the bot said. “Would you like to share the source of these positive emotions?”

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Of course, not everything during the presentation went according to plan: at some point, GPT-4o mistook a smiling man for a wooden surface, then began solving an equation that had not yet been shown to him. Apparently, artificial intelligence still has a long way to go before becoming a reliable and, most importantly, safe human assistant.

Digital Assistant

Today, however, OpenAI seems to be setting itself a less ambitious goal - to make GPT-4o a next-generation digital assistant (sort of like Siri or Alexa) that remembers previous questions it was asked and can respond not only with voice or text.

Overall, the presentation was quite successful, but critics noted that not a word was said about how “environmentally friendly” GPT-4o would be.

Artificial intelligence is significantly more energy-intensive than traditional computing tasks, and the smarter it gets, the more serious computing power it requires. This issue was ignored at the OpenAI presentation.

You shouldn’t draw too far-reaching conclusions about the benefits of a new chatbot either: a carefully choreographed presentation by developers and communication with real users are not the same thing.

But his prospects, apparently, are very good.

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