The GPT-4 Turbo neural network, available via ChatGPT Plus subscription, offers a glimpse into its capabilities through Microsoft’s trial selections. Microsoft is currently testing its integration within Bing Chat’s Microsoft Copilot, alongside plans to align the Code Interpreter feature with OpenAI’s functionalities.
Features and Testing Details
This iteration of ChatGPT, derived from the GPT-4 model, relies on information up to April 2023, ensuring precise responses regarding recent events. However, access to GPT-4 remains exclusive to Plus subscribers and isn’t freely available.
According to reports from Windows Latest, Microsoft is gradually introducing GPT-4 Turbo into Bing Chat. Its usage varies based on specific requests and plugin settings. While access for testing currently depends on chance, Microsoft aims to expand its availability in the coming weeks.
Selection for testing is randomized, not favoring specific accounts or regions. Users can confirm access by examining Bing.com/chat’s source code for ‘dlgpt4t.’ Additionally, GPT-4 Turbo’s emotion recognition feature can be tested by uploading images on mobile devices, notes NIX Solutions.
Bing Chat’s plugin settings allow users to disable Bing search results, relying solely on its internal data. The model’s proficiency in addressing events between January and April 2023 confirms its usage in responding to user queries.