GPT-4, the latest AI language model developed by OpenAI, has achieved impressive results in various academic tests and even demonstrated its ability to identify vulnerabilities in Ethereum smart contracts.
These developments have sparked discussions about the potential of GPT-4 and its impact on global education systems and the cryptocurrency industry.
GPT-4 outperforms its predecessor, GPT-3.5, in terms of reliability, creativity, and the ability to process more detailed instructions. While the differences between the two models are not immediately apparent in formal conversations, GPT-4 does excel at complex tasks.
GPT-4 and GPT-3.5 test scores from the most recent series of US exams. | Open Artificial Intelligence
On March 14, OpenAI revealed that GPT-4 scored in the top 10% on the mock bar exam and ranked 88th on the LSAT.
These scores would qualify the AI for admission to the top 20 law schools in the US, a significant improvement over its predecessor, ChatGPT 3.5, which scored just 40%.
In addition to impressive legal skills, GPT-4 scores above average on various high school exams, such as the SAT Evidence-Based Reading & Writing and SAT Math tests, as well as the AP Biology, Chemistry, and Physics 2 exams.
However, he scored only average on AP Calculus and did poorly on the English Literature exam.
OpenAI made notable improvements, including making GPT-4 less likely to reject requests to synthesize dangerous chemicals and making it 82% less likely to respond to “not allowed” content.
In addition, GPT-4 now respects OpenAI’s policy on sensitive requests, such as medical advice and self-harm topics, by 29%.
Despite GPT-4’s limitations, such as lack of understanding of events after September 2021, and sometimes simple reasoning errors, its impact across industries is enormous.
Companies such as Microsoft, Stripe, Duolingo, Morgan Stanley, and Khan Academy are already using GPT-4 for a wide range of applications, from chatbots and customer support to language learning and machine learning.
OpenAI, in partnership with Microsoft, has developed a “supercomputer” in the Azure cloud to train GPT-4, signaling a new era of AI-based solutions that promise to revolutionize industries around the world.
What caught the attention of the cryptocurrency community was the ability of GPT-4 to identify security vulnerabilities in Ethereum smart contracts.
Former Coinbase director Conor Grogan shared his experience feeding live Ethereum contracts into GPT-4, and the AI immediately analyzed and highlighted several potential security risks and exploitable areas.
I dumped live ethereum contracts into GPT-4.
In an instant, it highlights some security holes and points to surface areas where contracts can be exploited. Then it verifies the exact way I can exploit the contract pic.twitter.com/its5puakUW
— Connor (@jconorgrogan) March 14, 2023
FactoryDAO founder Nick Almond expressed his concern on Twitter that GPT-4 skills could “scare people” and potentially “destroy” the global education system. This highlights the wider impact of advances in artificial intelligence and how they could reshape various industries in the future.
GPT4 will scare people. It has also essentially destroyed global education.
– drnick ² (@DrNickA) March 14, 2023
Meanwhile, Rowan Cheung, founder of the AI newsletter The Rundown, demonstrated the versatility of GPT-4 with a video showing the AI transcribing a hand-drawn model of a website into code.
I just saw GPT-4 turn a hand-drawn sketch into a functional website.
Go crazy. pic.twitter.com/P5nSjrk7Wn
– Rowan Cheung (@rowancheung) March 14, 2023
These latest developments in GPT-4 capabilities signal the dawn of a new era of AI technology that has the potential to transform industries, including the blockchain and cryptocurrency worlds. As AI continues to advance, its impact on the global landscape, from education to technology, will only deepen.
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