The recent system behind ChatGPT is a large language model called GPT-3.5, which consists of an artificial neural network, a series of interlinked processing units that allow for programs that can learn. Nothing unusual there. What surprised many, however, is the extent of the abilities of the latest version, GPT-4. In March, Microsoft researchers, who were given access to the system by OpenAI, which makes it, argued that by showing prowess on tasks beyond those it was trained on, as well as producing convincing language, GPT-4 displays “sparks” of artificial general intelligence. That is a long-held goal for AI research, often thought of as the ability to do anything that humans can do. Many experts pushed back, arguing that it is a long way from human-like intelligence.
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