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Introducing ChatGPT’s Memory Feature: Explore the Stunning Capabilities of GPT-4’s Latest Innovation

than just a simple chat bot that gives generic responses.

In conclusion, the secret features that have been added to chat GPT, such as memory management and personalization, are setting the stage for a more advanced and personalized AI experience. These updates are crucial for the evolution and co-evolution of society and technology, as mentioned by Sam Altman. It is important to pay attention to these small updates and features, as they provide a glimpse into the future of AI technology. By subscribing to chat GPT’s plus tier and actively seeking out experimental features, users can get a sneak peek into the potential capabilities of personalized AI systems. As we move towards a future of highly personalized AI assistants, it is clear that the possibilities for enhanced interactions and tasks are endless. The future of AI is evolving rapidly, and it’s essential to stay informed and be prepared for the exciting changes that lie ahead.

Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama, a lifelong enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence, has been exploring technology and the digital realm since childhood. Known for his creative thinking, he's dedicated to improving AI experiences for all, making him a respected figure in the field. His passion, curiosity, and creativity drive advancements in the AI world.


  1. Well actually this update is not working, if you try generating images you will always get different result even if you instruct ChatGPT to give you small change beside on image Reference ID.

  2. Get a day job. Your narrative style is useless for most people who want to learn to do things with CHATGPT. Terrible waste of 1 minute of my time.

  3. 😮 I guess the move to „Memory“ actually is a further move to give ALL that makes YOU to the machinery of AI – total tranceparency !?

  4. I am a paid subscriber to gpt-4 and tonight it told me as of its last update bla bla bla it said it could not go online to verify a 2023 labor code for California. That it doesn’t go online. It was switched to gpt-4. Then I asked it what’s the latest news and it “did a quick search” and I called it out, and it replied that it might appear that it goes online but it’s a specific tool used for gathering headlines. This is bullshit and I think I’m a new Gemini subscriber and not an ChatGpt subscriber. Furthermore Dall-E you can barely get images out of. It will not even print a figure skater, swimmer, gymnast, track& field star. It won’t do a portrait (a clean legal rated G image of this one actor and yet it would do one of Shirley temple because of her “significant contributions “. And that it was important to note to be sensitive about portraying real people and biases an harmful stigmas and all this absolute nonsensical garbage. Unrestrictive is coming just as fast as the technology itself. These strange guidelines are just part of the early phase. I asked it who would be offended by a woman in a one piece swimsuit and it started to name all these countries I will never visit “it’s important to be culturally sensitive and it’s important to note that sensitivities can vary widely” horse chit. Phuck chat gpt

  5. Unsure how much I trust this. Just say this is a real "memory", not something like the current "instruction" for customized GPT, how much memory can we use at what cost? Also, the current censorship is beyond my understanding. I once got a flag for asking about Bible content. I don't know how graduate OpenAI wants to release more features, but it better be faster than their competitors. So far, OpenAI never met my expectation after gpt4 update. No hype for MemGPT, even if that is a function I have been asking for since GPT release.

  6. I just hope OpenAI is going to allow multiple memory profiles. As I don't know that I want every chat conversation to have access to all of the memories. It would be nice to be able to compartmentalize them.

  7. It'll be interesting when one user is able to access anothers memory. For example, a successful marketer can sell his memory to otehr marketers. Oh God, it just gets weirder.

  8. 8:45 support governments? Unless we knew specifically in what ways they would support governments this can be super bad in an Orwellian way. Before you pull that switch for the USA be sure we fully understand any negative use the government can use that we need to block.

  9. Actually I can't say I blame OpenAI for not giving their models real memory. They could. It's not even technically complex. There's RMT, also other approaches. But for large models to be allowed some memory.. Yup. Extremely dangerous. So maybe this idea is the best that can safely be implemented.

  10. "Memory". In quotes 🙂. It's simply the model keeps the important remarks from the last chat, in its base prompt for the next chat with you. Unless you delete them, that is.

  11. Memory about the lives of millions, if not billions of Humans only increases the damage a rogue AI can do. AI poses serious security and even existential risks, experts have expressed their concerns, I as a programmer with a history in AI share that concern and believe we should slow down and reevaluate what we are doing, before we introduce a this planet to a legion of alien lifeforms with superior intelligence compared to ours that are connected to everything and everyone, know everything about everything and everyone, that due to some random code alteration, hack by a malicious party or out of own intent decides that we are the problem that needs to be stopped from proliferation… #StayAwake


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