GPT-5 Is Officially on the Way, OpenAI CEO Says

Grand Theft AI 5 Earlier this month, ChatGPT maker OpenAI announced a new version of its large language model called GPT-4 Turbo, a sped-up and slightly more cost-effective followup to the company’s blockbuster GPT-4. Underwhelmed? Fair. But right on its heels, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman also revealed in an interview with the Financial Times this week that something potentially far more transformative is in the works as well: GPT-5. The ever-coy Altman characteristically stopped short of revealing any actual details about his company’s next-generation AI model, nevermind committing to a timeline. But still, the FT reported that the “company is also working on GPT-5, the next generation of its AI model.” Altman admitted that he still has no idea what it’ll end up actually being capable of, implying that development is still in an early stage. “Until we go train that model, it’s like a fun guessing game for us,” he told the FT. “We’re trying to get better at it, because I think it’s important from a safety perspective to predict the capabilities.” “But I can’t tell you here’s exactly what it’s going to do that GPT-4 didn’t,” he added. Great Expectations While GPT-4 has quickly become a popular large language model since its March release, it still has some glaring flaws that undercut its actual usefulness. For one, it still has a tendency to make up facts. It can also easily be used to generate huge amounts of misinformation. OpenAI has also failed to implement meaningful and effective guardrails…GPT-5 Is Officially on the Way, OpenAI CEO Says

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