OpenAI plans to unveil a new way to use multimodal GPT-4 with access to All Tools without switching and more document analysis capabilities.
Screenshots shared by numerous ChatGPT Plus users on X show new capabilities for PDF and document analysis and an “All Tools” feature.
All Tools gives users access to all GPT-4 features without having to switch between one over the other.
The move has been hailed as a significant leap, pushing the boundaries of generative AI capabilities as it goes beyond text-based queries.
Now, users can upload an image and ask DALL·E 3 to create a response, adding a new dimension to their workflow.
ChatGPT default mode now has "All Tools"
For example, no need to select Dalle 3 to generate images. pic.twitter.com/KrctiSf3H1
— Daragh Walsh (@daraghmwalsh) October 29, 2023
As more users gain access to the new multimodal functionality, additional examples emerge of how all of the GPT-4 tools can be used together.
Another mind-blowing example of true multimodality, now in #ChatGPT! 🤯
All in a single convo! 🔥 pic.twitter.com/va5CWpuwZe
— DataChazGPT 🤯 (not a bot) (@DataChaz) October 29, 2023
Interestingly, the GPT-4 All Tools feature does not appear to include ChatGPT plugins.
In case you’re wondering, yes, this is real: the GPT-4 “All Tools” model is currently being rolled out. However, for some reason, the GPT-4 Plugins aren’t included.
Additionally, there are mentions of “GPT-4 Magic Create”.
— Tibor Blaho (@btibor91) October 29, 2023
It could be a calculated move to streamline user experience and sideline third-party additions that have historically offered similar functionalities.
The ability to analyze PDFs and other files directly within the system effectively negates the need for third-party ChatGPT plugins that have been filling these gaps until now.
In addition to users gaining access to GPT-4 All Tools, others have noticed a more recent knowledge cutoff date.
chatGPT is now up to date as of last month
Knowledge cutoff sept 2023
Less than 30 days old!! pic.twitter.com/lIOEtdYyUa
— Nick Dobos (@NickADobos) October 26, 2023
The latest news comes ahead of OpenAI’s DevDay conference next week, where the company is expected to explore new tools with developers.
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