Generative Artificial Intelligence. Lessons for beginners


Generative AI - ChatGPT-4


ChatGPT-4 is the latest version of the AI chatbot by OpenAI.

ChatGPT can help boost your productivity if used correctly.

Knowing how to write prompts correctly is the key to helping you use ChatGPT.

Start learning how to use ChatGPT-4 now ❯

What is ChatGPT-4?

ChatGPT-4 is an AI chatbot developed by OpenAI and launched in April 2023.

It is designed to engage in conversations, answer questions, and help with various tasks.

ChatGPT-4 is only available for users with OpenAI who have a ChatGPT Plus subscription.

What is the Difference between ChatGPT-3.5 and ChatGPT-4?

ChatGPT-4 is an improvement over ChatGPT-3.5 in almost every way.

Here is a table comparing the two versions:

Features GPT-3.5 GPT-4
Training Data Data prior to June 2021 Data up to September 2021, with select information beyond that date
Number of Parameters 175 billion Over 1 trillion
Corrections and Suggestions Limited corrections and suggestions More corrections and suggestions
Safeguards Limited safeguards Improved safeguards, 82% less likely to respond to disallowed content
Coherent Output Incoherent suggestions, losing threads halfway through More believable and coherent output
Context Retention Limited to 3,000 words Extended to around 25,000 words
Response Speed Responds within seconds Takes a minute or more for larger responses
Code Generation Can write code Superior initial understanding and can improve code
Understanding Images Primarily text-based Can understand and describe images, make suggestions based on them

ChatGPT-4 Example


With the following prompt:

Create a list of 10 fun and inexpensive toy gifts to programmers based on the following criteria:

— It should be useful
— It should be silly
— It should spark creativity

A response from a ChatGPT-4 could be:

Generative AI

Sure, here’s a list of 10 fun, inexpensive, and creative gifts that are ideal for programmers:

  1. Rubber Duck Debugging Toy: This is both useful and silly. Programmers often use a rubber duck to explain their code line by line, which can help spot any errors (a process known as "rubber duck debagging").
  2. Binary Code Coffe Mug: A useful item for the caffeine-loving coder. It’s both playful and relevant to their work.
  3. Puzzle Cube: This can spark creativity and problem-solving skills. Choose a unique and silly design for added fun.
  4. Coding-Themed Board Games: There are many board games that revolve around programming concepts (like "RoboRally" or "Code Master"), which can be both entertaining and educational.
  5. Pixel Art Mouse Pad: Useful, creative, and can bring a nostalgic and silly flair to their workspace.
  6. Silly Programming Stickers: Perfect for decorating laptops, notepads, and more. They can also spark conversation and creativity.
  7. Keyboard Waffle Iron: For a programmer who loves to cook, this allows them to create keyboard-shaped waffles. It’s silly, creative, and deliciously useful.
  8. 3D Puzzle (like a 3D jigsaw puzzle or a complex Lego kit): This will engage their problem-solving skills and spark creativity.
  9. Mini USB Desk Vacuum: This is a silly yet practical gift that can help keep their workspace clean.
  10. Code-Themed Coloring Book: This can offer a relaxing break from screen time, spark creativity, and bring a dash of color to the world of black and white code.

Remember, the value of a gift is not always in its price but in the thought that goes into choosing it. Happy gift hunting!