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Developer demos GPT-4’s coding skills

A developer has shown off GPT-4’s prowess in creating mobile apps.

If you’ve been living under a rock, GPT-4 – OpenAI’s latest multimodal large language model – was released earlier this week.

GPT-4 now exhibits “human-level” performance on several benchmarks.

In a simulated law bar exam, GPT-3.5 scored around the bottom 10 percent. GPT-4, however, passed the exam among the top 10 percent.

OpenAI said in a blog post that GPT-4 is “more creative and collaborative than ever before” and “can solve difficult problems with greater accuracy, thanks to its broader general knowledge and problem-solving abilities.”

The company started selling access to GPT-4 to developers and businesses on Tuesday. Users are still exploring the latest model’s capabilities but we’re already starting to see a few of its coding skills.

On Twitter, developer Morten Just asked GPT-4 to make an iPhone app with specific features:

Another user theorised we’re heading towards a world where users no longer need to download others’ apps:

OpenAI, through its deep partnership with Microsoft, has been helping developers speed up – and clean up – their code with GitHub Copilot since June 2021.

Microsoft and OpenAI have been hit with a class-action lawsuit over GitHub Copilot. The complainants allege the service infringes on the rights of developers by scraping their code and not providing due attribution.

GPT-4 is more capable than the Codex system currently powering GitHub Copilot.

The demo of GPT-4’s coding abilities by Just suggests we’re quickly becoming the copilots.

(Photo by Joshua Reddekopp on Unsplash)

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