OpenAI’s ChatGPT has revolutionized the world of artificial intelligence since its launch in November 2022. The interest in generative AI reached new heights with the popularity of ChatGPT. This AI chatbot amazed people with its ability to simplify tasks such as writing code, composing poetry, answering complex questions, and even excelling in exams. However, along with the admiration, concerns about the negative aspects of AI also arose.
After six months of unveiling ChatGPT, which utilized the powerful GPT-3.5 language model, OpenAI introduced GPT-4. This enhanced version of ChatGPT was stronger, smarter, and more powerful than its predecessor. Now, reports suggest that OpenAI might be on the verge of launching GPT-5.
As detailed in a report in Windows Latest, OpenAI has applied for a trademark related to GPT-5, indicating the possibility of another large language model being developed. The US trademark application, filed on July 18, describes GPT-5 as “downloadable computer software for using language model.”
It is worth noting that OpenAI used a similar approach when filing for trademarks for GPT-3.5 and GPT-4. Both were described as “downloadable computer software for using language model.” The mention of GPT-5 in the recent trademark application hints at the potential creation of an even more powerful version of ChatGPT. However, no specific details have been revealed, and it is uncertain whether OpenAI plans to launch GPT-5 this year.
Until there is official confirmation from the OpenAI team, it is best not to get too excited about the potential release of GPT-5.
Regarding ChatGPT 4, OpenAI’s blog post introducing GPT-4 highlighted its significance in scaling up deep learning. GPT-4 is a large multimodal model capable of accepting image and text inputs and producing text outputs. While it may not surpass human capabilities in various real-world scenarios, it exhibits human-level performance in numerous professional and academic benchmarks.
During the launch of GPT-4, OpenAI also shared a list of exams that the language model had passed, showcasing its impressive scores. For example, GPT-4 achieved an 88th percentile in the LSAT and an 89th percentile in SAT Math.
As OpenAI continues to push the boundaries of AI development, the potential release of GPT-5 holds great promise. However, until further updates or announcements are made, it is essential to wait for official confirmation from the OpenAI team.