OpenAI is gearing up to introduce its next generation language model, GPT-5, which will soon render its predecessor, ChatGPT4, a thing of the past. The company has filed a patent application for the new trademark. Although GPT-4 is still relatively new, OpenAI is already working on its successor.
While technical details about GPT-5 are currently unavailable, it is anticipated that this new generation model will feature significant improvements. GPT-5 is a downloadable computer program designed to facilitate the artificial production of human speech and text for natural language processing, generation, understanding, and analysis. It also proves useful for various tasks such as translation and transcription.
The patent application for GPT-5 claims that the model is capable of developing, running, and analyzing algorithms. It possesses the ability to learn, analyze data, classify information, and take actions accordingly. Furthermore, the trademark encompasses a broad description of generative AI, highlighting its potential for the development and implementation of artificial neural networks.
While OpenAI’s CEO, Sam Altman, has publicly stated that GPT-5 is no longer trending, it does not imply that development work on the successor to ChatGPT4 has halted entirely. The patent application could simply be a bureaucratic step towards the final build of GPT-5, akin to securing a domain name for a product that is still in progress.
As OpenAI progresses with the development of GPT-5, it is expected that this next generation language model will push the boundaries of natural language processing and significantly enhance AI capabilities in various domains.