OpenAI Just Dropped GPT-4o And These 10 Examples Show It Could Completely Change AI Chatbot Game

OpenAI dropped GPT-4o on Monday after several weeks of rumors about the AI startup's next big reveal. The company showed off several examples of what this updated version of GPT is capable of.

What Happened: OpenAI's GPT-4o combines three different modalities – text, vision, and audio – for the first time as far as far as the chatbot from the Microsoft Corp.-backed MSFT AI startup is concerned.

OpenAI showed off GPT-4o's capabilities with real-time voice translation, the ability to change emotions during a conversation, making meeting notes with multiple speakers, and more.

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It's likely that GPT-4o could replace several startups that offer one of these services as their business model. However, it's worth noting that for now, GPT-4o is only being rolled out in a phased manner, so it could take a while before it is enabled for you.

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Until then, check out these examples of everything that GPT-4o is capable of.

Sam Altman shared the following clip of GPT-4o's real-time voice translation capabilities.

Have you wondered what it would be like to have two chatbots interacting with each other and singing? OpenAI's Greg Brockman demonstrated exactly that.

Virtual assistant on the go, so you're never lost even if you're in a new city.

Feeling down? Let GPT-4o's dad jokes bring back some energy.

AI chatbots have the potential to be useful learning tools, and now, GPT-4o can help you out with your language lessons.

Not everyone likes math, which is understandable, but what if you had an exclusive math tutor right on your phone?

Chatbots can sometimes feel very programmatic – conversations sometimes don't flow all that well. But OpenAI seems to have made some progress in this regard.

Are you in a meeting and don't want to manually transcribe or take notes? Enter GPT-4o.

Perhaps the silliest of them all, but you can play the classic "rock, paper, scissors" with GPT-4o.

If you're unable to sleep or just miss the lullabies, or want someone to sing them for your child, GPT-4o can do even that for you.

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