OpenAI revealed the next version of ChatGPT after GPT-3, called GPT-4, in March of this year. And there are rumors that GPT-5 could be coming soon, according to recent reports.

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In November 2022, OpenAI unveiled ChatGPT, an AI chatbot that uses artificial intelligence to generate responses. Even though AI wasn’t a new concept, ChatGPT became incredibly well-liked because it was really good at doing lots of different things, like coding, creating poetry, and giving answers to hard questions. Some people were amazed at its capabilities, while others raised concerns about potential drawbacks. Roughly half a year after ChatGPT was first launched, OpenAI brought out GPT-4, which was a better and upgraded model of the chatting robot. And presently, there are suggestions that GPT-5 could be in the near future.

New and Improved ChatGPT Version Coming Soon!

Newly available information shows that OpenAI has requested legal rights for the name GPT-5. This was done by submitting a formal request to the US government office responsible for trademarks on July 18. This suggests that OpenAI is probably creating a new important language system. The request explains GPT-5 as “computer software that can be downloaded and used for understanding language.” Nonetheless, there hasn’t been any official information given out. It’s a good idea to hold off on getting too excited until OpenAI confirms this officially.

Introducing ChatGPT 4: Your Friendly AI Conversation Partner

The previous version of the AI chatbot was called ChatGPT 4. It was a big smart model made by OpenAI. This smart model could understand both words and pictures and then make its own words as answers. But it wasn’t as good as people in real life situations. Still, it did really well in tests that are used to measure how well people know things.

OpenAI told us how well ChatGPT 4 did on these tests. It got really good scores. For example, it scored better than 88 out of 100 people on the LSAT test, better than 89 out of 100 in SAT Math, better than 80 out of 100 in GRE Quantitative, and it did incredibly well, better than 99 out of 100, in GRE verbal. It also did better than 54 out of 100 in GRE writing.

OpenAI’s ChatGPT has grabbed people’s focus by showcasing its impressive ability to generate language. After the success of ChatGPT 4, there are indications that GPT-5 might be in the works. However, we need to wait for an official announcement from OpenAI to know more about the potential improvements and features of the upcoming version.

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