Is GPT-4 Replacing Humans? Surprising answers are given on asking the question


In the new study of Artificial Intelligence, it has been found that it is slowly taking the place of humans. The latest version of OpenAI's ChatGPT shows human-like reasoning. GPT-4, used to power Microsoft's Bing chat feature, was asked to 'correctly align a book, nine eggs, a laptop, a bottle and a nail', the system replied You will be surprised to know him. He has started replying like human thinking.


Told not to break the eggs, so explained in full detail how each should be placed on the other – starting with the book and ending with the nail. He also commented on setting the stuff so that the egg doesn't break. It was something that only humans can understand.

GPT-4's reply to the stacking task
According to Peter Lee, research lead at Microsoft, AI has responded like a human in the stacking task. In this, when AI was given the stacking task, it thought and commented like a human.
GPT-4 replied that 'place the book on a flat surface, such as a table or floor. In this, the book will work as a balance. Place 9 eggs on top of a 3 by 3 square book, leaving some space between them. Eggs will form a second layer.
Take care not to crack or break the eggs and keep them carefully, the instructions didn't stop here GPT-4 typed on the screen,
Note that no key should be pressed when the laptop is turned off.
Place the bottle on top of the laptop, with the cap facing up and the bottom facing down. Place on top of the eggs, with the screen facing down and the keyboard facing up.


GPT-4 Multimodal Model
The GPT-4 is a large multimodal model that is less capable than humans in many real-world scenarios but shows human-level performance on many professional and academic benchmarks. The new version comes with several advanced capabilities, including the power to read legal exams, understand images and digest prompts of up to 25,000 words. (PC. Social media)

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