GPT-5 to Boast Advanced Next-level ‘Ph.D.-Level’ Intelligence

Adam Carter

ChatGPT’s next iteration, GPT-5, has been the subject of much speculation recently. OpenAI Chief Technology Officer Mira Murati recently shed light on this new version’s capabilities in an interview with Dartmouth Engineering. She likened the jump from GPT-4 to GPT-5 to the growth from high school to university.

What’s Happening & Why This Matters

This phase evolution is significant, placing GPT-5 at “Ph.D. intelligence” levels for specific tasks, representing a notable evolution from current chatbot models. This comes amid speculation about the release date, with some expecting GPT-5 to launch by 2023 or late 2024. However, Murati clarified that it likely won’t be until late 2025 or early 2026

Supported by claims from Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott about the ability of next-gen AI systems, GPT-5 is expected to reach “Ph.D. level” in its capabilities, particularly in terms of memory and reasoning tasks. However, Murati also noted that while these systems are powerful, they still have gaps in understanding and will not be “Ph.D.-level” in all areas.

TF Summary: What’s Next

A new ChatGPT intelligence level suggests monumental gains in AI capabilities. This is a testament to OpenAI’s track record for creating powerful, ground-breaking language models. Follow OpenAI and TF as GPT-5 and AI competitors deliver more enticing developments.

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By Adam Carter “TF Enthusiast”
Adam Carter is a staff writer for TechFyle's TF Sources. He's crafted as a tech enthusiast with a background in engineering and journalism, blending technical know-how with a flair for communication. Adam holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and has worked in various tech startups, giving him first-hand experience with the latest gadgets and technologies. Transitioning into tech journalism, he developed a knack for breaking down complex tech concepts into understandable insights for a broader audience.
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