OpenAI Filed a Trademark for GPT-5

OpenAI rapidly turned into one of the most renowned companies in the world after the release of ChatGPT, but the rising tech company is showing no signs of stopping with all things having been considered and taken into account. It turns out that OpenAI recently filed a trademark claim for GPT-5, one that covers a wide array of services that can give us a glimpse of what might be in store for the future.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that this aforementioned application involves a lot more than just the underlying Large Language Model and its machine learning capabilities. It also incorporates things like speech recognition, text and speech translation, dataset sharing that is expressly reserved for machine learning, analytics pertaining to predictive models as well as the building of the language model itself.

Furthermore, the converting of audio into text based files was also included, which seems to suggest that GPT-5 will have voice recognition creativities. Such a development would certainly make GPT-5 considerably more advanced than might have been the case otherwise, and it will take the Large Language Model as well as the chatbot based on it to the next level.

Another interesting factoid that can be gleaned from this filing is that OpenAI is branching out into Software as a Service. The developing of neural networks will very likely be a service that OpenAI provides in the future.

It bears mentioning that OpenAI made a similar filing prior to the release of GPT-4. The recent filing for GPT-5 indicates that the upgraded version of the Large Language Model might come sooner rather than later. This is despite Sam Altman’s assertions that they will not be working on GPT-5 since they would rather perfect GPT-4.

Then again, he only said that they have to finish some more work prior to publishing GPT-5. This filing suggests that the work is now done, and there is a strong level of likelihood that GPT-5 will be just as much of a gamechanger as previous versions of the Large Language Model.

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