Topic: openai

ChatGPT Plus users now get access to GPT-4 Turbo model

OpenAI has announced that paid ChatGPT users now have access to GPT-4 Turbo, which is the company’s most advanced model. The new model improves writing, math, logical reasoning, and coding capabilities.  According to OpenAI, the use of GPT-4 Turbo will result in more direct and concise results from ChatGPT that use more conversational language compared … continue reading

Microsoft opens AI Hub in London

Microsoft has announced it is creating a new location in London for AI research. This follows the company’s announcement that it had created a new division in the company called Microsoft AI that is focused on building out its commercial AI offerings, such as Copilot. The new location will focus on innovating on large language … continue reading

ChatGPT no longer requires users to sign up

OpenAI is opening up ChatGPT to more users by enabling use of the platform without needing to create an OpenAI account.  “It’s core to our mission to make tools like ChatGPT broadly available so that people can experience the benefits of AI. More than 100 million people across 185 countries use ChatGPT weekly to learn … continue reading

ChatGPT can now read responses out loud

OpenAI today announced that ChatGPT now has the capability to read responses aloud to you, allowing for a more hands-free experience.  For example, it could read aloud the ingredients for a recipe so that you can be roaming around your kitchen as you listen, rather than having to carry your phone around with you and … continue reading

OpenAI announces text-to-video model called Sora

OpenAI announced its text-to-video model, Sora, that can create realistic and imaginative scenes from text instructions. Initially, Sora will be available to red teamers for the purposes of evaluating potential harms or risks in critical areas, which will not only enhance the model’s security and safety features but also allows OpenAI to incorporate the perspectives … continue reading

Kong introduces new collection of AI plugins in Kong Gateway 3.6

Kong recently unveiled a collection of six open-source AI plugins for Kong Gateway 3.6. The plugins offer integration with multiple LLMs and significantly advance AI technology accessibility for developers and platform teams. According to Kong, the goal of this release is to enhance developer productivity by simplifying the integration process of LLMs into various products. … continue reading

Microsoft announces principles for dealing with threat actors who are using AI

OpenAI and Microsoft have published findings on the emerging threats in the rapidly evolving domain of AI showing that threat actors are incorporating AI technologies into their arsenal, treating AI as a tool to enhance their productivity in conducting offensive operations.  They have also announced principles shaping Microsoft’s policy and actions mitigating the risks associated … continue reading

OpenAI announces new models and API updates

OpenAI has made a number of announcements today, including the release of two new embedding models, new GPT-4 Turbo and moderation models, and new API usage management tools.  According to OpenAI, “an embeddings is a sequence of numbers that represents the concepts within content such as natural language or code.” They make it easier for … continue reading

OpenAI announces GPT Store and ChatGPT Team

OpenAI announced two major initiatives: the GPT Store and ChatGPT Team. The GPT Store aims to connect users with highly rated and practical custom versions of ChatGPT and ChatGPT Team is a new plan tailored for smaller teams, granting access to GPT-4, DALL·E 3, and advanced data analysis tools.  Users of ChatGPT have already created … continue reading

Year in Review: Security

As we bid farewell to another year, it is crucial to reflect on the threats of cyberattacks and ransomware and think of how to mitigate them moving forward. However, this year feels a bit different – marked by the unknown of what challenges AI will bring to the security landscape in the new year.  This … continue reading

OpenAI creates a framework for understanding and dealing with the risks of advanced AI models

OpenAI shared that it has created the Preparedness Framework to help track, evaluate, forecast, and protect against the risks associated with advanced AI models that will exist in the future, or frontier models.  The Preparedness Framework is currently in beta, and it covers the actions OpenAI will take to safely develop and deploy frontier models.  … continue reading

OpenAI announces Superalignment grant fund to support research into evaluating superintelligent systems

OpenAI is announcing a new grant program to help companies who are working on making superintelligent systems safe, as the company believes superintelligence could be achieved within the next decade. According to the company, these advanced systems will “be capable of complex and creative behaviors that humans cannot fully understand.”  The current technique for ensuring … continue reading

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