OpenAI rolling out new ChatGPT features to enhance user experience

OpenAI has announced significant updates to its AI chatbot, ChatGPT, aimed at enhancing user interaction and experience. The improvements will be rolled out over the next week and include features such as prompt examples, suggested replies, and the use of GPT-4 as the default model.

What’s new in this update?

The new prompt examples will help users better formulate their inquiries by providing helpful suggestions, replacing the previously blank initial page. Suggested replies will allow ChatGPT to propose relevant continuations in conversations, enabling users to delve deeper into discussions.

A notable change is the adoption of GPT-4 as the default model, replacing GPT-3.5. Plus users will now have GPT-4 as their default selection, and the AI will remember the user’s last chosen model, eliminating the need for manual switching.

The update will also allow users to upload multiple files, enabling ChatGPT to analyze and derive insights from several files simultaneously. This capability will be available with the Code Interpreter beta for all Plus users.

Users will also experience improved login duration, as the AI will now keep them logged in for more extended periods, eliminating the need to log in every two weeks. Additionally,OpenAI has introduced a friendlier login page to enhance the user experience.

To facilitate faster access to ChatGPT functions, OpenAI has introduced keyboard shortcuts. For example, ‘Ctrl + Shift + C’ will copy code blocks, and ‘Ctrl + /’ will display the full list of shortcuts.

OpenAI is also working on GPT-5, an advanced language model, as suggested by trademark filings. Speculated features include reduced hallucinations, multi-modal capabilities, improved memory, and more parameters. Although there is no official confirmation of the launch yet.


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