Saturday, March 18, 2023

OpenAI: ChatGPT-4 released (!)


GPT-4: how to use, new features, availability, and more | Digital Trends

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GPT-4 - Wikipedia

GPT-4[a] is a multimodal large language model created by OpenAI and the fourth in its GPT series.[2] It was released on March 14, 2023, and has been made publicly available in a limited form via ChatGPT Plus, with access to its commercial API being provided via a waitlist.

ChatGPT-4 has officially been announced, confirming the longtime rumors around its improvements to the already incredibly impressive language skills of OpenAI’s ChatGPT.


The Real Reason Elon Musk Is Developing His Own ChatGPT! - YouTube

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GoLang, Google: Service Weaver: monolith => microservices

Introducing Service Weaver: A Framework for Writing Distributed Applications | Google Open Source Blog

A new open-source framework from Google that lets you “write your (Go) application as a modular monolith and deploy it as a set of microservices” to get the best of both worlds, namely: “the development velocity of a monolith, with the scalability, security, and fault-tolerance of microservices.” If you fancy something more technical and less salesy, Robert Grandl has a quick introduction here.

A Quick Introduction to Service Weaver

Service Weaver is a programming framework for writing, deploying, and managing distributed applications in Go. With Service Weaver, you write your application like it is a traditional, single-process Go executable that runs on your local machine. Then, you deploy it to the Cloud, and the framework breaks it down into a set of connected microservices and integrates it with the cloud provider (e.g., monitoring, tracing, logging).