GPT5: OpenAI CEO Sam Altman has said that the company is not presently training GPT5 — the successor to GPT4. Altman made the announcement in a recent interview with The Information.
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“We’re not currently training GPT 5,” Altman said. “We’re still focused on making GPT4 better.”Altman
GPT4 is a large language model chatbot developed by OpenAI. It was first released in November 2022 and has been praised for its ability to generate realistic and coherent text.
Altman said that OpenAI is still working on improving GPT4 and that the company is not yet ready to release a successor.
“We’re still making a lot of progress on GPT4,” Altman said. “We’re not ready to talk about GPT5 yet.”
The news that OpenAI is not currently training GPT 5 may disappoint some users who were hoping for an even more powerful language model. However, Altman’s comments suggest that OpenAI is still committed to improving GPT4 and that the company is not rushing to release a successor.
It is unclear when OpenAI will release GPT5, if ever. However, Altman’s comments suggest that the company is not yet ready to commit to a timeline.
In the meantime, users can continue to use GPT4, which is still a powerful language model.
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