OpenAI is set to launch the next generation of its GPT technology, GPT-4 next week – powering the ChatGPT to produce videos from text inputs.

This was revealed by Microsoft Germany’s CTO in an AI event this week, whose product has a partnership with the ChatGPT maker. This link would eventually allow Bing users to make videos or images from text inputs, which is impossible now.

Text to Video Production

ChatGPT, the popular tool that took the internet by storm is soon getting a new ability – text to video conversion. As noted by Andreas Braun, CTO of Microsoft Germany in the recent AI in Focus — Digital Kickoff, OpenAI is coming with GPT-4 next week – allowing for the possibility of text-to-video generation.

To the unknown, the Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT) is a language model introduced by OpenAI – that powers the ChatGPT. The current GPT-3 or GPT3.5 models are limited to text output only. The larger GPT-4 is touted to be a multi-modal language model – that can give image and video output from text inputs.

Talking to Heise, a German news outlet at the event, Braun said “We will introduce GPT-4 next week; there we will have multimodal models that will offer completely different possibilities — for example, videos.

Well, text-to-video technology isn’t new, though. We have tools like Make-A-Video from Meta and ImagenVideo from Google, effectively doing the same. But these are still in the research stage and unavailable to the public – thus putting OpenAI ahead in this generative AI space once again.

Also, Bing Search will be more popular because of its ChatGPT integration. The parent companies of both these services have entered a 10-year strategic deal for $10 billion, giving each other a better scope of growth.


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