Q: Who gets the VIP pass to the higher rate limits club?
A: Paying GPT-4 customers, congrats on your promotion! You've now got double the tokens per minute to flex in your apps. It's like the express lane just got wider, and you're driving a faster car.
Q: Can I code in peace without the copyright police knocking?
A: Yes, with OpenAI's new Copyright Shield, code without fear! It's like having a legal superhero watching over your commits. If copyright claims try to crash your party, OpenAI's got your back (and your legal fees).
Q: GPT-4 Turbo’s price drop: bargain bin or still premium aisle?
A: Think of it as a premium product at a bargain bin price. Input tokens are now 3x cheaper, and output tokens are 2x less costly than GPT-4. But, it might be a tad 'lobotomised', so test drive it first. Sam Altman hinted at improved long-context responses, so it could be a smart saver.
Q: Is fine-tuning the new black? Heard it's cheap now.
A: Pretty much, yes. OpenAI has slashed fine-tuning costs, making it the new trendy tool in your AI wardrobe. It's not just about prompt engineering anymore; it's like having a tailored AI suit that fits your data perfectly.
Q: What's the devs' life hack from DevDay?
A: JSON mode, seed parameters for consistent outputs, and doc IDs in API calls. It's like OpenAI handed out a Swiss Army knife for coding – versatile, handy, and saves a bunch of time.
Q: Top 3 headline grabbers from DevDay, what's the TL;DR?
A: You've got the 128K context window for marathon conversations, wallet-friendly price tags, and multimodality over API, letting your AI see, speak, and hear. It's like Christmas came early, and Santa's a coder.
Q: Did OpenAI just Thanos-snap half the AI startups out there?
A: It's not a snap, more of a gradual fade. But yes, for some AI startups, OpenAI's announcements might feel like they're on the wrong end of a superhero's gauntlet.
While OpenAI's announcements might seem like a plot twist for AI startups, the AI tools Directories could become more of a leaderboard than a memorial site. It's all about adaptation now, and time will tell which tools will innovate to stay in the game.