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OpenAI’s GPT-5 Will Make a Big Improvement Over GPT-4, But It Will Take Some Time

The GPT-4, which powers ChatGPT, is widely recognized today with millions of users. The AI chatbot platform continues to grow in popularity, integrating more into people’s daily lives to assist with tasks like research and learning programming codes.

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Given this trend, many are curious about what the future version, GPT-5, could achieve to surpass its predecessor. To address this, OpenAI’s Technology Officer, Mira Murati likened the advancement from GPT-4 to GPT-5 to the transition from high school to university.

During the interview discussing the anticipated advancements of GPT-5, Mira Murati stated the following:

“Systems like GPT-3 would perhaps be comparable to a child’s intelligence. GPT-4, however, was more similar to the intelligence of a high school student. Over the next two years we aim to offer a model that will draw a college student back. Things are evolving very quickly.”

If you’d like to watch it, below is the video of the interview where Murati discusses the subject:

Despite somewhat satisfying public curiosity about the next version of ChatGPT, the director explains that it will still take some time. If everything goes well, GPT-5 should arrive in approximately a year and a half, around the end of 2025 or the beginning of 2026.

Read Also: ChatGPT Teams Up with Stack Overflow to Become a Programmer’s Greatest Support

It seems that Artificial Intelligence will continue its arduous learning process. Kevin Scott, the current CTO at Microsoft, explains that in the future, machines will be “capable of passing doctoral exams.” Recently, GPT-4 passed the Turing Test.

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