Welcome GPT-4o to OpenAI's Free Users!

Welcome GPT-4o to OpenAI's Free Users!


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With the popularity and success of ChatGPT, continuous improvements were inevitable. Today marks a special occasion as GPT-4o, a groundbreaking update, joins the platform.

GPT-4o is an omnimodel, combining vision, text, audio, and voice capabilities, and is now available to all users. Pro users will enjoy enhanced access and request capabilities.

Real-time Voice Chat

One of the most exciting additions is real-time voice chat. Users can now interrupt the model, making interactions more dynamic and engaging.

Video Input

ChatGPT can now process video inputs, opening up a new realm of possibilities for users to interact with the model.

New GPT App

Additionally, a new GPT app has been introduced, further enhancing the user experience and accessibility of the model.

Enhanced Features for All Users

The update includes features like real-time translation, problem-solving abilities, and improved speed and quality in over 50 languages. This is aimed at reducing friction between humans and machines, making AI more accessible to everyone.

Pro User Benefits

While free users can enjoy these features, Pro users have access to even more, with up to five times the capacity.

API Improvements

The API has also seen improvements, becoming 2x faster and 50% cheaper.

Exciting Demonstrations

During the announcement, the developers showcased the model's capabilities with live demonstrations. These included real-time conversations, jokes in different voices, and solving math equations while engaging in playful conversation.

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GPT-4o represents a significant leap forward in AI capabilities, particularly in its ability to understand and interact with users across various mediums. Whether it's voice, text, audio, or video, GPT-4o is set to revolutionize the way we engage with AI.

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