OpenAI has announced upgrades for ChatGPT-4, allowing users to ask the artificial intelligence (AI) model questions about images they upload to the platform. The latest version, GPT-4V, has been designed with safety in mind, and OpenAI has implemented safeguards to limit the model's ability to expose personal data or generate inappropriate outputs. For example, the model will not be able to recognise faces or exact locations from uploaded pictures and will not comment on people's appearances in submitted images. OpenAI has also tried to reduce the model's tendency to generate false information. However, the company has warned that GPT-4V still has the potential to generate text and images that could be used to spread disinformation at a large scale.
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