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How GPT-5 and Llama 3 are pioneering superhuman AI intelligence



OpenAI and Meta have announced their intentions to launch groundbreaking AI technologies, marking a major advancement towards enabling machines with capabilities for complex reasoning and strategic planning. Meta is gearing up to debut Llama 3, and OpenAI, supported by Microsoft, is preparing for the introduction of a model anticipated to be GPT-5.

These innovations represent vital progress in the quest for AI systems with beyond-human intelligence. This progress is indicative of a larger trend of breakthroughs in AI technology, with entities like Google, Anthropic, and Cohere also unveiling novel large-scale language models.

Meta intends to incorporate its latest AI model into various applications, including WhatsApp and Ray-Ban smart eyewear, providing a spectrum of model sizes suitable for different uses and gadgets. Conversely, OpenAI has experienced a boom in its business operations, with its revenue exceeding $2 billion annually.

The organisation’s creations, notably the widely popular ChatGPT and its foundation, GPT-4, are employed by a substantial number of Fortune 500 firms. The strategic alliances and offerings of OpenAI have established it as a frontrunner in the burgeoning field of generative AI, despite the significant expenses associated with developing and operating massive language models.

Google has faced obstacles in preserving its dominance in the competitive AI landscape, with internal strife and rivalry from firms like OpenAI and Microsoft. Its attempt to release a rival to OpenAI’s GPT-4 was impeded by internal discord and a disjointed strategy. Google’s Bard, designed to compete with ChatGPT, was met with critiques over its comparative lack of refinement. Despite these hurdles, Google remains committed to refining its generative AI offerings, including the introduction of a premium version of its search services. Nonetheless, Google’s large-scale organisational framework and inertia have posed significant challenges to its AI advancements.

OpenAI recently revealed GPT-4 Turbo, an enhancement over its predecessors, alongside a feature allowing users to customize their ChatGPT experiences. In a bid to maintain its competitive edge, the company has also cut the costs of utilising its technologies.

GPT-4 Turbo boasts improved information, accepts more extensive inputs, and supports the creation of AI-generated visuals and voice outputs. The introduction of personalised chatbots and the GPT Store by OpenAI are critical steps towards making AI technology more accessible and opening up new avenues for revenue. The support from Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella emphasises the joint effort to push the boundaries of AI technology.