OpenAIs GPT5: Sam Altmans Statements Point to Late 2025 Release
- GPT5 is the next level of AI being developed by OpenAI
- Sam Altman has provided some key statements that can indicate when GPT5 will be released, and it is likely to be late 2025
- GPT4 was finished long before its release, and the same timelines are expected for GPT5
- Data collection for GPT5 may have already started according to OpenAI’s help area
- Training of GPT5 is likely to start in December and take 8-9 months
- Token Size Window refers to the number of tokens a model consists as context when generating or predicting the next token in a sequence.
Microsoft and OpenAI Break New Ground in AI Research: Results Show Quality Data Makes a Difference
- GPT5 is likely to have a larger context size window
- GPT4 has two modalities, text and image recognition, but the ability to analyze images has not been tested yet
- Parameter count of GPT5 is unknown, but increasing size does not necessarily mean better performance if data quality is low
- Microsoft paper showed that 1.3 billion tokens can achieve comparable results as 16 billion or 175 billion tokens with higher quality data
- OpenAI released a paper which trained two reward models, one for providing positive feedback on the final answer and another for rewarding intermediate reasoning steps, which achieved a success rate of 78.2%.
GPT5 Expected to Take Artificial Intelligence to the Next Level
- GPT5 is expected to incorporate Chain of Thought reasoning into its output mechanism
- GPT4’s reasoning was increased by 900 using Tree of Thoughts prompting, and GPT5 could further increase this
- GPT4 already has the capabilities to pass the bar exam and score 90 on various tests, so GPT5 could potentially reach a 99 score on all tests
- Despite its intelligence, GPT4 struggles with basic concepts, such as measuring 6 liters from two jugs
- Emerging capabilities in GPT5 are uncertain, though they may include an advanced Theory of Mind.
A Rights for AI Global Debate: UK, EU and US at Odds over Regulations and Pauses
- The UK and the EU are working on legislation to regulate AI
- The US has proposed a Bill of Rights for AI
- Open Letter calls for a 6 month pause of training AI systems more powerful than GPT-4, however this is unlikely due to economic incentives.
AI Race Ramps Up: Baidu Ernie Bot Beats Chachion, GPT5 Raises Concerns for Google Deepmind
- AI race is heating up
- Baidu Ernie Bot Beats Chachion in key AI test
- Multiple countries working on beating GBT4, but global AI regulation body may be needed to slow down progress
- GPT5 is deemed risky by Google Deepmind due to its fast learning capabilities and potential job loss and bad actor use of language models for harm.