Unlock the Power of ChatGPT-4: API Waitlist and Advanced Data Analysis

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This article is a summary of a YouTube video "CHATGPT-4 | WHERE ARE YOU?" by Some Guy Named Chris
TLDR The speaker discusses their desire to be on the ChatGPT-4 waitlist for the API and explores the potential of GPT-4 in analyzing data, improving coding processes, and utilizing image analysis for data analysis.

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  • 😊
    00:00
    Some Guy Named Chris discusses his desire to be on the ChatGPT-4 waitlist for the API instead of upgrading to Plus.
  • πŸ”
    00:37
    The speaker plans to test different things, starting with looking at 3 items and then testing further when they get 4, using a hundred thousand service tickets as data.
  • πŸ”
    01:30
    GPT-4's ability to analyze a two-level hierarchy of categories and handle large amounts of data is being explored in order to improve its analysis capabilities.
  • πŸ‘‰
    03:06
    Clients' preferences can be understood by simplifying the categories and subcategories, as the second level is currently too detailed.
  • πŸ’‘
    04:04
    Looking to revamp their type and subtype, the speaker explores the possibility of building an extension for GPT4 to document code and functions in Visual Studio, acknowledging that GPT3 is not flawless in coding.
  • πŸ’‘
    05:24
    GPT-4 can potentially optimize and document coding and corporate processes, although modifications and validations are necessary for improvement.
  • πŸ’‘
    06:28
    The speaker wants to use image analysis in Power BI with GPT-4 to automatically generate results, but is currently unable to access it and is exploring alternative methods.
  • πŸ”
    07:27
    GPT-4 will analyze images to improve the data analysis process, and suggestions for experiments with GPT-3 or GPT-4 are welcome.
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