OpenAI has released GPT-4, the latest version of its popular AI chatbot ChatGPT. The startup claims that GPT-4 has better features than its predecessor, GPT-3.5 as it offers reliability, creativity, and flexibility. The new GPT-4 large language model will be different from previous versions, offering what the company called a “multimodal system” that can process not just text, but images, video, or audio.
AI is already proving its importance and 2023 is likely to be a boom year of AI projects. Although there are still some challenges, ChatGPT is the most popular name right now that has attracted millions of users since its launch. The success of ChatGPT has partly given AI crypto projects a chance to shine, typically CryptoGPT.
CryptoGPT is the ZK layer-2 that lets users monetise their own data and turns daily tasks into a source of income. Daily tasks can include fitness, dating, gaming, or education. CryptoGPT’s AI token has seen significant growth over the past few days, up 1,703% since being listed on exchanges.
Some other AI-powered projects have also seen their tokens skyrocket in value following positive news. In fact, these tokens have been around for years in the market, but it was not until ChatGPT became popular that they had a strong growth momentum.
Some of the biggest gainers include The Graph (GRT), SingularityNET (AGIX), Render Token (RNDR), Fetch.ai (FET) and Oasis Network (ROSE). Most of these tokens have gained double digits, AGIX even up to 36% over the past 24 hours.