The chatbot ChatGPT is even better thanks to GPT-4 – but not yet available to everyone. Ai-lookup explains how you can still use the AI from OpenAI for free.
GPT-4 from OpenAI has been released, as we all know. However, those who already use the ChatGPT chatbot based on it cannot easily switch to GPT-4. You would actually have to subscribe to the paid Plus version. But there is another way: ChatGPT-4 can be used for free if you accept a few small detours. Ai-lookup has all the information.
GPT-4 free of charge with Bing
Microsoft recently confirmed that its Bing search engine has been using GPT-4 for several weeks. And also the possibly displayed waiting list for the use of GPT-4 in Bing does not mean a long wait – simple clicks are enough and you are in. After all, this already worked well with its predecessor ChatGPT 3.5.
GPT-4 for free with Edge 111
Just as well works the free use of ChatGPT-4 with the Microsoft browser Edge (see photo). By clicking on the Bing icon – or pointing the mouse at it – you open the new Edge co-pilot, behind which is none other than ChatGPT with GPT-4. Under Chat you’ll find the classic chatbot with the conversation styles “Creative”, “Balanced” and “Accurate”. Under Compose, you let the AI write texts. And under Insights you get more information and suggestions about the visited website.
GPT-4 for free in other ways
At Microsoft, OpenAI and ChatGPT seem to have more doors open. LinkedIn also wants to integrate the power of the new language model, as reported by news portal mspoweruser.com. The platform offers tools that allow users to create personalized profiles and job descriptions via AI model. Users then only need to provide simple input. LinkedIn announced that premium subscribers will first test the tools before they are available to regular subscribers.
The language learning app Duolingo also uses GPT-4 – for dialog training. However, the technology of the current chatbot is only to be available in a new subscription – a so-called top-tier subscription, as ZDnet reports. And the vision aid app Be My Eyes will also work with GPT-4 in the future, as can be read at Business Wire.
Whether it will all stay that way seems questionable. Because it certainly also depends on whether OpenAI introduces a cap due to the high demand. As the manufacturer recently announced, there should be further subscription levels for the use of GPT-4, depending on the access numbers. However, free accesses are not ruled out at the moment.