You got these guys from OpenAI, right? So check it out, they’re playing an epic game of trademark Twister in China. I mean, they’re going for not one, but two trademarks for GPT-6 and GPT-7. And they’re not stopping there, they even tried their luck with GPT-4 and “Whisper” earlier this year, but no dice so far, according to the records.
Now, these guys are serious about their business – they’re on one side of the Pacific and their services are on the other, so there’s no official access to those from China. But they’re still going for it, and that takes some serious commitment, my friends.
They got this thing called ChatGPT, and it caught everyone’s eye about a year ago. And since then, they’ve been turning up the heat on their large language models. They started with GPT-3.5, and now they’re rocking something even more advanced called GPT-4. And get this, it’s estimated to have more than 1 trillion parameters! You heard that right, 1 trillion!
They’re also working on GPT-5, and they’re looking to get more funding from Microsoft to keep pushing the boundaries, according to their CEO. But the guy got booted out of his own company, only to come right back after most of the staff threatened to walk out. And one of the reasons for the whole mess was apparently some AI project that got a little too close for comfort for some folks. So it’s been a wild ride over at OpenAI, to say the least.