OpenAI CEO Hints at ChatGPT-5’s ‘Virtual Brain’ Capabilities

Online articles have been raving about how much better the GPT-5 model will be than the disappointing GPT-4 model. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said it is a certainty that GPT-5 will be brighter than GPT-4.

Altman says AI-driven models that mimic a “virtual brain” can surpass their forerunners in terms of efficiency, speed, and general performance– hinting that the next iteration will have this “virtual brain.”

OpenAI has made great strides in improving the performance of its models, but the firm has not specified a specific release date for the more sophisticated model.

How good is GPT-5? For instance, the most recent GPT-4o model is so good at coding that it may make young people think twice about going into that field for a living, and yet, GPT-5 allegedly makes GPT-4 look “mildly embarrassing.”

According to Sam Altman, the next model (GPT-5) may have a distinct moniker when it debuts. This version’s remarkable capabilities, he said, are much beyond those of GPT-1 through GPT-4.

In a statement announcing their retirement from OpenAI, a former executive lauded Sam Altman for establishing OpenAI as a dominant player in the artificial intelligence industry. They also said that Altman turned OpenAI’s weaknesses into strengths and that he was the only one who could make Google seem foolish. 

Thanks in large part to its solid partnerships with Microsoft and OpenAI, two of the world’s most valuable firms, OpenAI is now enjoying its pinnacle of success. Curiously, Microsoft’s market valuation has soared to an astounding $3 trillion, surpassing that of OpenAI. 

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella highlighted the company’s early investment in and use of OpenAI’s technology across its products and services during its recent earnings call, which market experts attribute to its success.

During last week’s Spring Update event, ChatGPT’s developer unveiled GPT-4o. This sophisticated model facilitates real-time reasoning across voice, vision, and text, improving ChatGPT’s capabilities and leading to more natural interactions.

According to speculations, a search engine to compete with Google and Bing, or GPT-5, was supposedly in the works before the announcement. However, neither GPT-5 nor a new search engine is in the works at OpenAI, according to Sam Altman. He couldn’t contain his enthusiasm for the team’s new product development, which he compared to a magical experience.

Rumors have circulated online that OpenAI is luring Google personnel to help develop and refine its artificial intelligence search engine. If the corporation has decided to postpone the launch, this can be a significant reason.