James Bridges uses gpt-4 via the OpenAI Python API. He generates working code produced by GPT4 and feeds it error messages to get corrected code.
This is a first look at GPT 4, how it compares with the original ChatGPT model gpt-3.5-turbo.
Getting the best early access to GPT4 involves getting access to the API and paying the $20 per month subscription to GPT plus.
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2 thoughts on “Using GPT4 to Generate Computer Code and Fix Coding Errors”
Seriously, have you tried bing search? It is powered by GPT-4. That thing thinks!
It is stunning.
This is nothing more than a glorified search engine.
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