GPT-5 was supposed to be launched at the end of 2023

OpenAI recently launched the next generation of their AI chatbot language model, GPT-4, and reports on it GPT-5 have already begun to arrive, clarifying the release timeline.

Microsoft Bing is already hitting some new milestones thanks to OpenAI’s GPT-4 technology, and the artificial intelligence research lab is working to make it even better with the next generation. So let’s start the discussion below.

OpenAI’s GPT-5: everything we know so far

GPT-5 was supposed to be launched at the end of 2023

Artificial intelligence technologies go as far as the research and development goes fast around them, and OpenAI can be called the parent company behind this AI growth tornado.

With their AI tools, such as ChatGPT & Dall E 2with which to compete Googleand a report from the well-known website Windows Central noted that the company has already begun training GPT-5.

The company has not officially revealed anything about this GPT-5 and the upcoming features and changes are still not clarified, but we can hope for some massive upgrades and more active trained data.

However, the report clarified that GPT-5 data training will be completed by the end of this year, so perhaps by the early 2024, we will see the official launch in ChatGPT Plus.

By the way, a recent tweet from a developer called Siqi Chen explained some details about it Artificial General Intelligence in GPT-5. As he noted, OpenAI is expected to reach Artificial General Intelligence (AGI).

And if you are not familiar with AGI, it means the chatbot can perform now human understanding And intelligence.

With all that, the company would also run into an obstacle that would force them to pause their research, and then launch GPT-5 for another year.

If Elon Musk and round 1,800 others have signed a letter demanding a pause of about six months in artificial intelligence research.

Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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