Yesterday morning, ChatGPT opened the beta access of its plugin system for many of its Plus members who applied earlier. These users now should be able to experience the latest plugins from the system. To make things even more exciting, OpenAI has announced today that all Plus members starting next week will be able to … Continue reading ChatGPT releases a major update, plugin system coming soon!
Today we continue to share three latest AI open source projects! 01 MLC LLM The MLC LLM open source project claims: “You can compile and run the AI language model on any device.” Now, AI large models can run on MacOS, mobile phones, and even browsers! Programmer friends who do machine learning and computer vision … Continue reading Chen Tianqi and his team’s new work has ignited the AI industry, allowing smartphones to run large models natively! It has already been open sourced!
ChatGPT’s ability to converse is something we’ve all experienced, whether it’s in its text generation abilities, coding skills, or contextualized conversation capabilities – each time leaving us in awe. Do you remember the GPT4 press conference where they showcased its multimodal ability? Input could not only be text, but also text and images. For example, … Continue reading MiniGPT4 is open source!
This week, the “hottest chicken” in the AI industry was born – AutoGPT. Not only that, the debut of this software system has pushed the AI process to new heights – autonomous artificial intelligence. As the name suggests, its main ability is to be “autonomous”, without any human intervention! For example, a netizen asked AutoGPT … Continue reading This week’s hottest topic: AutoGPT! With over 36,000 stars on GitHub, it eliminates the need for human intervention in complex tasks.
In recent years, with the explosion of blockchain, metaverse, and ChatGPT, more and more applications have made people feel the power of artificial intelligence. While embracing technology, many people also express concerns. Will ChatGPT replace human labor? What industries can the development of generative AI technology push forward? How can the field of AI-generated content (AIGC) be regulated?
It is well known that ChatGPT is free, but if you want to try the latest and strongest GPT-4, there is basically only one way to go – either subscribe to ChatGPTPlus or pay to call the API. Although there are also some websites that integrate GPT, such as Microsoft Bing, You.com, etc., they may … Continue reading GPT-4 has been “open sourced” by CS students! OpenAI threatens: if you don’t take down the project, we will sue you!