OpenAI CEO Teases Chat GPT-5 at Stanford – AI Future Talk

OpenAI CEO Teases GPT-5 at Stanford AI Future Talk
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Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, recently visited Stanford University where he talked about his ambitious vision for the company and the future of artificial intelligence.

One of the key takeaways from Altman’s talk was his bold claim that GPT-4, OpenAI’s latest language model, will be “the dumbest model any of you will ever have to use again by a lot.” He went further, admitting that GPT-4 “kind of sucks” and hinting that OpenAI is already working on a successor, potentially called GPT-5, which is expected to be “really good, materially better.”

Despite the staggering costs of running large language models like ChatGPT, which reportedly costs up to $700,000 daily, Altman seemed unfazed. He expressed his willingness to invest in providing people with “really capable tools” that will enable them to “build the future,” stating, “I am super willing to bet on the ingenuity of you all and everybody else in the world to figure out what to do about this.”

Altman also revealed that OpenAI spent over $520 million on ChatGPT last year, calling GPT-4 “mildly embarrassing at best.” However, he assured the audience that the company is working tirelessly to improve the performance and accuracy of its language models with each new iteration.

Concluding his remarks, Altman expressed confidence that GPT-5 will be “a lot smarter than GPT-4,” and that GPT-6 will naturally surpass its predecessor, highlighting the rapid pace of advancement in artificial intelligence.

Altman’s promise for the future of AI is undoubtedly ambitious, and his comments at Stanford have generated excitement and anticipation among the tech community for what OpenAI has in store next.

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