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Microsoft is now providing all users with the GPT-4 Turbo AI Model at no cost

<p>Do you recall Microsoft Bing Chat, the company’s AI chatbot with GPT capabilities? The artificial intelligence assistant from the massive tech company, formerly known as Microsoft Copilot, has improved its free tier. GPT-4 Turbo, an OpenAI model that was formerly exclusive to Pro customers, is now free for all Copilot users. Users must choose between the creative and exact modes of the Copilot discussion style in order to utilize OpenAI’s most powerful language model.</p>
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<p>Furthermore, users of Copilot Pro still have the option to utilize the toggle to return to previous versions. Mikhail Parakhin, CEO of Microsoft Advertising and Web Services, posted on X with the following information: “After quite some work, GPT4-Turbo replaced GPT-4 in the Copilot free tier.” Expert users still have the option to choose the previous model (a toggle is there).</p>
<p>“GPT-4 Turbo is now powering the Creative Mode experience for Copilot free users. According to a Microsoft representative, Copilot Pro customers may still turn GPT-4 Turbo on or off in Creative mode. This was verified in a statement that CNET obtained.</p>
<p>GPT-4 Turbo can respond to text-to-speech commands and has been trained on data until April 2023. Its context window has the most token capacity of any GPT version, holding 128,000 tokens. The more text a user enters into a model to give more context and enhance the outcomes, the more tokens the model can handle.</p>
<p>In an effort to incorporate AI into its platforms, Microsoft introduced Copilot last year. The AI assistant is now accessible online and integrated with Bing, Windows 11, the Edge browser, and Microsoft 365. Copilot Pro, which costs $20 per month per user, gives users priority access to new OpenAI models and enhanced image-creation capabilities in addition to other AI-powered features in Office applications. Microsoft claims that Copilot Pro would help users with research, writing, coding, and even learning.</p>
<p><strong>ARE THE CARDS TURBO AND GPT-4.5?</strong><br />
There are rumors that OpenAI is working on a new model called the GPT-4.5 Turbo. Reddit users observed earlier this week that OpenAI accidentally released a blog post claiming that GPT-4.5 Turbo outperforms GPT-4 Turbo in speed, accuracy, and scalability. Despite this, the tech giant has stayed silent on future revisions of the GPT, according to CNET.</p>
<p>The media source went on to say that while the blog post was quickly taken down from the OpenAI website, it seems that an improved GPT model will be made available soon. It also implies that when the new model is introduced, Microsoft could try to add GPT-4.5 Turbo to Copilot Pro in order to set itself apart from its other Copilot versions by offering the superior model in its premium tier.</p>

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