Recent progress in Artificial Intelligence (AI) resulted in a fast, public, adoption of the service. (AI Adoption Accelerates) The next version has been rolling out and is much smarter. “GPT-4 passes basically every exam.”
Using an old convention, GPT-3.5 was getting ‘B’s at best (generally). GPT-4 is regularly getting scores high enough to get into college. For years (decades?) the question has been, “Are computers coming for your job?” Maybe not, but for jobs based on those tests the question is probably being asked by businesses, “If no, why not?” The adoption into the workplace won’t be 100%, but it probably won’t be 0%, either.
While the adoption of such tools is accelerating, the exact measurement is difficult. GPT-4 was being used and developed while GPT-3.5 was the main focus of the discussion. Using that same logic, however, there’s probably GPT-5, 6, … What’s next? We probably won’t have long to wait to find out.
“OpenAI’s GPT-4 Exhibits “Human-level Performance” On Professional Benchmarks” – Ars Technica
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