GPT-5 is the expected next major LLM (Large Language Model) as released by OpenAI. Given the massive success of ChatGPT, OpenAI is continuing the progress of development on future models powering its AI chatbot.
GPT-5 aims to be a major improvement over GPT-4, and even though very little is known about it. Here’s everything that’s been rumored so far.
OpenAI has continued a rapid rate of progress on its LLMs. GPT-4 debuted on March 14, 2023, which came just four months after GPT-3.5 launched alongside ChatGPT.
OpenAI has officially stated that GPT-4.5 will be introduced in “September or October 2023” as an “intermediate version between GPT-4 and the upcoming GPT-5.”
As for GPT-5, rumors have stated that training will be completed by this December, which would put its potential launch sometime in 2024.
We’ve yet to see how OpenAI will tier out availability to new models. Right now, GPT-3.5 is available in ChatGPT, while GPT-4 is reserved for ChatGPT Plus. We can assume, however, that GPT-5 will come to ChatGPT Plus first. Whether or not these more advanced models will ever trickle down to the free ChatGPT tool, we’ll have to wait and see.
It should be noted that spin-off tools like Bing Chat are being based on the latest models, with Bing Chat secretly launching with GPT-4 before that model was even announced. We could see a similar thing happen with GPT-5 when we eventually get there, but we’ll have to wait and see how things roll out.
AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) is hard to define as a topic, as it refers to a completely hypothetical concept. But some early reports are already claiming that GPT-5 will achieve the general level of intelligence that could be considered AGI.
Even so, most experts claim that AGI is still many years out. Based on the survey from forecasters at Metaculus, true AGI isn’t expected to be reached until October 2032. There’s a much sooner than previous forecasts, but it’s also not 2024.
The development of GPT-5 is already underway, but there’s already been a move to halt its progress. A petition signed by over a thousand public figures and tech leaders has been published, requesting a pause in development on anything beyond GPT-4. Significant people involved in the petition include Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak, Andrew Yang, and many more.
The eye of the petition is clearly targeted at GPT-5 as concerns over the technology continue to grow among governments and the public at large.
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