San Francisco: Microsoft plans to release GPT-4 as early as next week, with the ability to create AI-generated videos from simple text prompts.
Andreas Braun, Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft Germany, recently confirmed that GPT-4 will be unveiled next week at an event called -- AI in Focus -- Digital Kickoff, reports Windows Central.
"We will introduce GPT-4 next week, where we have multimodal models that will offer completely different possibilities - for example, videos," Braun was quoted as saying.
The report said that GPT-4 is the next iteration of OpenAI's Large Language Model (LLM), and it should be significantly more powerful than GPT-3.5, which powers the current version of ChatGPT.
ChatGPT and other GPT-3.5-powered technologies are currently limited to text-based responses.
However, Braun's comments imply that this may change with the release of GPT-4.
The multimodal models of the LLM could pave the way for video production and other types of content, according to the report.
Meanwhile, the AI-powered Bing search engine has surpassed 100 million daily active users, as ChatGPT's integration into Bing has helped the company grow its usage within a month like never before.
Its rival Google Search engine has more than 1 billion daily active users.
Roughly one-third of daily Bing preview users are using AI chat daily.