Is OpenAI working on GPT-5?

.stk-0139f79{background-color:#f5f5f5 !important;border-radius:3px !important;overflow:hidden !important;box-shadow:2px 6px 5px -3px rgba(86,14,93,0.9) !important;border-style:solid !important;border-color:var(–stk-global-color-56583,#911d9c) !important;border-top-width:2px !important;border-right-width:2px !important;border-bottom-width:2px !important;border-left-width:2px !important;padding-bottom:0px !important}.stk-0139f79:before{background-color:#f5f5f5 !important}.stk-0139f79 .stk-block-text__text{font-size:17px !important;font-weight:normal !important;font-family:-apple-system,BlinkMacSystemFont,”Segoe UI”,Roboto,Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif,”Apple Color Emoji”,”Segoe UI Emoji”,”Segoe UI Symbol” !important}@media screen and (max-width:1023px){.stk-0139f79 .stk-block-text__text{font-size:17px !important}}Quick Answer: No, OpenAI is not working on GPT-5, and probably won’t be for a while. OpenAI’s continued focus in on refining GPT-4’s capabilities. In a recent MIT event discussing AI systems’ challenges and potential dangers, OpenAI’s CEO and co-founder, Sam Altman, took the stage via a virtual video link. Altman addressed a circulating open letter that urged institutions, including OpenAI, to pause any further AI systems creating AI systems beyond GPT-4’s capabilities. The letter was cosigned by folks including Elon Musk, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, and others. You can read the letter here or via the dropdown below: .stk-f17c46d{padding-top:0px !important;padding-right:0px !important;padding-bottom:0px !important;padding-left:0px !important} .stk-291ca52{padding-top:8px !important;padding-right:32px !important;padding-bottom:8px !important;padding-left:32px !important} .stk-c3d3a8e .stk-block-heading__text{font-size:17px !important}@media screen and (max-width:1023px){.stk-c3d3a8e .stk-block-heading__text{font-size:17px !important}}Pause Giant AI Experiments: An Open Letter .stk-6b6505f-container{padding-top:0px !important;padding-bottom:8px !important} AI systems with human-competitive intelligence can pose profound risks to society and humanity, as shown by extensive research and acknowledged by top AI labs. As stated in the widely-endorsed Asilomar AI Principles, Advanced AI could represent a profound change in the history of life on Earth, and should be planned for and managed with commensurate care and resources. Unfortunately, this level of planning and management is not happening, even though recent months have seen AI labs locked in an out-of-control race to develop and deploy ever more powerful digital minds that no one – not even their creators…Is OpenAI working on GPT-5?

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