OpenAI, one of the world's leading artificial intelligence research companies, has announced that ChatGPT and Whisper models are now available via APIs, giving developers access to state-of-the-art speech and text-to-speech capabilities. The new Whisper large-v2 model can now be used open-source in the API with much faster and more cost-effective results, and ChatGPT API users can expect continuous model improvements and the ability to select dedicated capacity for deeper control over the models.
ChatGPT is the largest pre-trained language model ever released by OpenAI, which is based on GPT-3. However, unlike GPT-3, which was only available to select partners, ChatGPT is available to anyone through the OpenAI API. ChatGPT can understand and generate human-like responses on a wide range of topics, making it ideal for use in chatbots and other conversational AI applications. The model's ability to understand context and generate natural responses can help make chatbots more useful and engaging for users.
The second model released by OpenAI, Whisper, is designed to improve the privacy and security of AI chatbots. Whisper uses a technique called "differentiated privacy" to add a layer of anonymity to user data. This ensures that personal information is not disclosed, but still allows chatbots to provide personalized responses.
With the release of these two models, OpenAI hopes to democratize the use of advanced AI models for developers and businesses. The models can be used to create more engaging and effective chatbots, virtual assistants, and other conversational AI applications.