OPINION - Tech & Science Daily podcast: Bye ChatGPT, hello GPT-4
Open AI has released its latest version of its artificial intelligence chatbot.
GPT-4 can respond to images and process up to 25,000 words - about eight times more than the previous model ChatGPT.
The company says it’s more creative and less biassed.
Nasa wants to build a ‘space tug’ to de-orbit and destroy the International Space Station.
The agency had already announced it intended to retire the ISS by 2030, but revealed it’s planning on using around $180million of its 2024 budget for the tug’s development.
Developers from Cambridge University’s Affective Intelligence and Robotics Lab, tell Tech & Science Daily how a robot looks has a big impact on the way humans interact with them.
Their research hopes to help create robots to boost people’s mental wellbeing in the future.
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