September 8, 2023

Open AI reveals ChatGPT-5. What does this mean for the AI world?

Imagine a world where conversations with AI are so seamless and lifelike that they blur the lines between human interaction and machine-generated responses. Now, take that imagination a step further – OpenAI's ChatGPT-5 promises to bring us closer to this reality. With a new trademark application filed and whispers of groundbreaking advancements, what could this next iteration mean for the AI landscape? Let's unravel the intrigue and explore the potential game-changing impact of ChatGPT-5.

Possible new functions and improvements in ChatGPT-5

OpenAI has submitted a new trademark application, offering an alluring preview of what might follow as the heir to its immensely successful GPT-4 large language model. The filing for the "GPT-5" trademark, as identified by Windows Latest, is dated July 18th and outlines particulars about innovative "downloadable computer software designed for utilizing language models."

The information used in the application remains ambiguous, focusing on additional aspects such as "the generation of human-like speech and text" and "processing, creation, comprehension, and evaluation of natural language." Regrettably, that’s all of information we can gather from the submission. It doesn't necessarily provide insight into OpenAI's timeline or intentions regarding the potential launch of GPT-5, which presumably isn't on the immediate horizon. 

It's more probable that OpenAI will direct its endeavors towards enhancing the GPT-4 model rather than channeling all its resources into developing the subsequent iteration. Despite the immense popularity of the latest version, largely driven by OpenAI's ChatGPT and its integration into Microsoft's Bing browser, it remains imperfect. The model's tendency to generate inaccurate information persists, rendering it unsuitable for numerous applications. Furthermore, sustaining its operations appears to incur substantial costs for OpenAI. As we know, for Open AI, it costs $700,000 every day to ChatGPT.

Why reveal ChatGPT-5 so early?

A lot of users were shocked and hyped about the new version, but they didn’t expect it so early. ChatGPT is still the most popular and powerful AI, with only a couple of real competitors and millions of users, so the question arised what the new version is for? Additionally, during an event hosted by the Economic Times in India, the CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, stated that GPT-5 is not yet prepared for training. He emphasized that there is "considerable work ahead before GPT-5" and that this process will require a substantial amount of time.

Well, the answer is on the surface. Do you remember the specific 6-month ban on the development of powerful AI? Elon Musk and thousands of others signed an open letter calling for a six-month pause on the development of systems “more powerful” than GPT-4. The open-letter was signed on March 22, 2023, and the period of six months ends on September 22, 2023. This means only one month is left before all the limits are gone. Additionally, as some of you may remember, Open AI promised not to develop the next version of ChatGPT. Technically, the registration of a new mark isn’t development. We believe that with this move, Open AI wants to prepare for the future AI race.

What the ChatGPT-5 means for the AI world?

Almost every day, new AI projects arise. Nowadays, there are a variety of tools specifically tailored to your needs. It seems like the industry is focusing on developing one specific AI for one specific function. For example, Chat-GPT was highly popular for the developers. Previously, Emad Mostaque, the founder and CEO of Stability AI stated that staggering 41 per cent of all existing code is revealed to be AI-generated. Later, Stability AI has announced its new product, called StableCode. It is a neural network based on LLM that is capable of generating code. 

Anthropic is an AI safety and research company based in San Francisco

And even paying attention to only big players, we believed, the main competitors of Open AI were Elon Musk and Steve Wozniak. Now, Musk is preparing for his fight with Zuckerberg and Wozniak… Well, there is no big news about Apple’s AI. But the new AI arises, which is quite promising. Anthropic, an AI startup established by former leaders from OpenAI, is set to secure $100 million in funding from SK Telecom (SKT), one of the largest mobile carriers in South Korea, as announced by the telecommunications company on Sunday, July 13, 2023. This funding announcement follows Anthropic's successful Series C funding round, where the company secured $450 million three months ago in May. The funding was led by Spark Capital. Dario Amodei, Anthropic's co-founder and CEO, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership with SK Telecom, stating, "SKT has ambitious plans to leverage AI for reshaping the telecommunications sector. We are eager to merge our AI proficiency with SKT's industry insights to develop a tailored Large Language Model (LLM) for telecommunications." Such start ups only prove, that time doesn’t play in favor of Open AI. Does this mean there is no need for Chat-GPT 5 at all? Well, Open AI must provide something really exciting to save users. They’ve already revolutionized the world, and a lot of experts believe they will do it again.


In the ever-evolving realm of AI, OpenAI's unveiling of Chat-GPT 5 heralds both excitement and contemplation. The trademark application hints at innovations that could reshape the way we interact with technology, blurring the boundaries between artificial intelligence and genuine conversation. As we stand on the cusp of an AI revolution, one question lingers: How will this advancement influence our perception of reality, communication, and the future of human-AI collaboration? As Chat-GPT 5's journey unfolds, one thing is certain – the path to transformative AI is one we all play a part in shaping. So, as we eagerly anticipate its arrival, let's collectively imagine the possibilities, question the limitations, and embrace the role we can play in defining the next era of human-AI coexistence.

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