With its ability to see, i.e., use both text and images as input prompts, GPT-4 has taken the tech world by storm. The world has been quick in making the most of this model, with new and creative applications popping up occasionally. Here are some ways that developers can harness the power of GPT-4 to unlock its full potential.
Integrating ChatGPT into Unity Editor, the widely-used 3D modeling and game design software, enables converting text prompts into 3D images. This innovation is expected to revolutionize how game designers work, making ChatGPT a valuable asset for boosting productivity and accelerating the modeling process.
With ChatGPT-4, developers can create mini-games like Snake and Pong in one prompt. Although these games are not the most complex, developers can customize these simple game frameworks to develop their own games with great speed and simplicity.
One Twitter user created a game of Pong within 60 seconds. Another user asked ChatGPT to write an HTML code that changes what video a user sees based on the time of the day.
ChatGPT is an exceptional AI assistant that can be invaluable for developers as a code debugger and mentor. With just a few clicks, users can input their code and the specific errors they’re encountering, and ChatGPT will quickly get to work to identify and help resolve the issue. Its ability to provide helpful insights and advice makes it an ideal mentor for those just starting as a developer.
Finding vulnerabilities in security
Security is of utmost importance when coding or building applications, and ChatGPT is a great way to know the vulnerabilities and do quality assurance. One Twitter user dumped a live Ethereum contract into GPT-4, and instantly, it highlighted several security vulnerabilities and pointed out surface areas where the contract could be exploited.
Users can create custom extensions and harness the power of GPT-4. Tedious tasks can be automated or even sped up using an extension. One user created an extension that summarizes on-page text into pirate speak.
Sketches into website
GPT-4 is capable of processing both text and images, allowing users to generate prompts based on visual input. In its impressive demonstration, GPT-4 was able to take a hand-drawn sketch and translate it into a functional website.
Copilot Microsoft Excel
Copilot for MS Excel is proficient in data analysis and can provide valuable insights. Users can easily ask questions about their data and generate detailed reports and visualizations in a fraction of the time. This is particularly beneficial for experienced Excel users looking to streamline their workflow and makes it easier for inexperienced users to access and analyze data.
Learning a language
Duolingo, one of the most popular language learning app, has recently integrated GPT technology into its platform, taking language tutoring to the next level. With this new feature, the app can now provide personalized explanations and even offer role-playing scenarios based on the user’s input. For instance, users can practice speaking with their parents or simulating a date conversation.
Intercom has built its own customer service bot Fin, entirely on GPT-4. With the current technology, developers can build a chatbot for their own website or incorporate Intercom into their product.
Although many apps can parse transactional data, ChatGPT-4 could be incredibly useful in more complex scenarios or provide a more cost-effective alternative to other applications. Below is an example of ChatGPT parsing credit card transactions and returning the merchant information in JSON format.
GPT-4 has the capability to comprehend visual representations of user interfaces, including mockups and wireframes, and generate the necessary code for constructing functional web or app interfaces. This can effectively streamline the development process and enhance collaboration between designers and developers.
Since GPT-4 is capable of processing both text and images, it can understand tables and graphs and help in quickly analyzing data.
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