OpenAI files trademark application for “GPT-5,” indicating further advancements in AI research and development.
- OpenAI files trademark application for “GPT-5” with USPTO on July 18, 2023, marking significant progress in AI research.
- The evolution of ChatGPT showcases rapid innovation, with GPT-4 released and ChatGPT-5 planned for later release, leading to potential AGI development.
- OpenAI’s dedication to advancing natural language processing is evident through their GPT models and new “GPT-5” trademark application.
- Details about “GPT-5” remain undisclosed, leaving room for speculation on its potential uses and impact on the AI landscape.
OpenAI, a leading artificial intelligence research lab, has filed a new trademark application for “GPT-5.” The filing was made with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on July 18, 2023, as announced by trademark attorney Josh Gerben in a tweet on July 31, 2023.
The filing was made with the @uspto on July 18th”
— DataChazGPT 🤯 (not a bot) (@DataChaz) August 1, 2023
Significance of the Trademark Application
The trademark application for “GPT-5” is a significant development in the field of artificial intelligence. OpenAI’s Generative Pre-trained Transformers (GPT) models have gained widespread recognition for their proficiency in natural language processing.
The earlier variants of GPT models have been used in various applications, including text production and complex problem-solving.
This new trademark application suggests that OpenAI is dedicated to furthering its research and development in this field. As of now, OpenAI has not officially announced any details about “GPT-5” or its potential uses.
ChatGPT-4 is OpenAI’s most advanced system, capable of producing safer and more accurate responses while solving complex problems.
HackerNoon reports that OpenAI is planning to release ChatGPT-5 later this year. Experts believe that AI advancements like ChatGPT-5 will lead to the development of artificial generative intelligence (AGI), which has the potential to revolutionize the world as we know it.
Originally reported by Windows Latest and disseminated through multiple tweets, the trademark registration aims to encompass a wide array of categories.
Principally, it encompasses downloadable computer programs and software related to language models, artificial human speech and text production, natural language processing, generation, comprehension, and analysis.
The application further covers software for machine-learning-based language and speech processing, text or speech translation between languages, sharing datasets for machine learning, predictive analytics, and language model development.
In addition to the previously mentioned features, the trademark registration also includes functionalities such as converting audio data files into text, voice and speech recognition, text creation and generation, and the development, execution, and analysis of algorithms capable of learning to analyze, classify, and respond to data exposure.