Khan Academy is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.. For students of all ages, they provide hundreds of classes in maths, science, and the humanities. But each kid has a different understanding of the concepts and abilities, and they have different demands. The COVID-19 epidemic only served to widen this imbalance. To meet this problem, Khan Academy created Khanmigo, a virtual tutor and classroom assistant powered by OpenAI's GPT-4 language model, the most recent language model.

According to the US-based online learning platform, the new GPT-4-based AI Khanmigo has been in testing since 2022. Initial testing by Khan Academy demonstrates that GPT-4 can assist students in contextualising the relevance of what they are studying and learning specific computer programming concepts. The pilot programme will initially be accessible to a small number of participants.

Also, the nonprofit is looking into how teachers may use GPT-4 to rapidly and efficiently customise learning for individual kids and provide lesson materials. In general, Khan Academy thinks that GPT-4 is paving the way for new horizons in education and offering a game-changing technology that could hasten their plan to include more tutor-like features onto their platform over the next few years.

OpenAI has unveiled ChatGPT, their well-liked conversational AI, at its next significant stage of development. The business believes that GPT-4 can give 'human-level performance'. GPT-4 can more accurately tackle challenging tasks, according to a statement from OpenAI. GPT-4's vast general knowledge and problem-solving skills make this possible.

Moreover, the GPT-4 can generate descriptions, classifications, and analysis from photos as inputs. Also, this means that you may send photographs to GPT-4, and it will respond in line with the images.

In comparison to GPT-3.5, the GPT-4 will also be able to handle much lengthier text. Almost 25,000 words of text will be available for the AI to use and analyse.