OpenAI files trademark application for GPT-5

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OpenAI seeks trademark for next-gen language model

OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, has filed a trademark application for “GPT-5” with the US Patent and Trademark Office. This suggests that a new version of OpenAI’s language model could be on the horizon. While the specific details of GPT-5 have not been confirmed, it is expected to bring advancements in natural language processing and artificial intelligence capabilities.

What GPT-5 could offer

According to the trademark application, GPT-5 may offer computer software for language-related tasks, including the artificial production of human speech and text, as well as natural language processing, generation, understanding, and analysis.

GPT-5 and AI’s potential

If GPT-5 achieves Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), it has the potential to greatly enhance AI-enabled productivity and automate complex cognitive tasks. However, there are differing opinions on whether AGI can be achieved through OpenAI’s current methods.

OpenAI’s plans and the purpose of the trademark application

While OpenAI CEO Sam Altman previously stated that GPT-5 is not currently being trained, it is likely that the company has plans for an advanced language model in the future. The trademark application may serve to secure the name “GPT-5” and prevent others from using it.

 

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Teacher, programmer, AI advocate, fan of One Piece and pretends to know how to cook. Michael graduated Computer Science and in the years 2019 and 2020 he was involved in several projects coordinated by the municipal education department, where the focus was to introduce students from the public network to the world of programming and robotics. Today he is a writer at Wicked Sciences, but says that his heart will always belong to Python.