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ChatGPT-5 said to be on track for a summer release

The next iteration of OpenAI's GPT LLM is only a few short months away. (Image: OpenAI)
The next iteration of OpenAI's GPT LLM is only a few short months away. (Image: OpenAI)
The next iteration of OpenAI’s groundbreaking GPT LLM is only just around the corner, according to a new report. ChatGPT-5 is expected to be substantially smarter, faster and will be multimodal.

OpenAI’s ChatGPT-5 could be made available to the public this summer. The scoop comes courtesy of Business Insider whose sources claim the eagerly awaited sequel to ChatGPT-4 might be just around the corner. GPT-4 was launched in November 2022 and has since taken the world by storm ushering in a new era of artificial intelligence that mimics human responses and capabilities.

GPT-4 already scores an impressive Massive Multitask Language Understanding (MMLU) score of 86.4. MMLU assesses the cognitive abilities of Large Language Models (LLMs) with a human subject matter expert able to achieve a score of 89.8 against the same metric. Google’s largest Gemini model known as Gemini Ultra-1760B can achieve a score of 90 with ChatGPT-5 expected to exceed this by some margin.

OpenAI, like Google and others, are chasing the holy grail of AI, which is known as Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang said earlier today that he believes that we will see AGI achieved within the next five years, with ChatGPT-5 expected to take one step closer to that goal. Speaking at the World Government’s Summit held last month in the UAE, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said we can expect GPT-5 to be smarter, faster and multimodal.


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Sanjiv Sathiah, 2024-03-20 (Update: 2024-03-20)