OpenAI has just unveiled GPTo, a significant update to its artificial intelligence model that enhances ChatGPT’s text, visual, and audio capabilities. The timing of this announcement, just a day before Google’s annual I/O conference, suggests that OpenAI is looking to steal some of Google’s thunder and showcase its own advancements in AI technology.

GPTo, short for “omni,” enables ChatGPT to mimic human cadences in its verbal responses, detect people’s moods, and reason across text, audio, and video in real-time. During a demonstration, the AI bot showcased its ability to add emotion to its voice, assist with math equations and complex software coding problems, and even translate between languages to facilitate conversations. This latest development further intensifies the battle for AI dominance between OpenAI and Google, as both tech giants continue to push the boundaries of AI technology.

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