GPT-5 and Llama 3 might be coming a lot sooner than expected. GPT-6 in the works!

Leaked information suggest an April launch for GPT-5 and June for Llama 3

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GPT-5 and Llama-3 will be launched sooner than expected

According to Kyle Corbitt, former director at Y Combinator, engineer at Google, and co-founder at Emberall, who spoke to an alleged Microsoft engineer, GPT-5 might be coming out in late April.

In his post on X, Corbitt also said that Llama 3 will be released in June, and it will beat Mistral.

Apparently, the information leaked from a Microsoft engineer who is already working on GPT-6. In a later comment, Corbitt says that he is not sure that the new GPT version will be called GPT-5, GPT-4.5, or GPT-4J with enterprise extensions.

On another post, the former Google engineer disclosed the conversation with his Microsoft peer about GPT-6 and the problems they have with the new version.

Me: “why not just colocate the cluster in one region?”

Him: “Oh yeah we tried that first. We can’t put more than 100K H100s in a single state without bringing down the power grid.”

This reminds us of the power concerns about using AI and the fact that developing these models is becoming highly costly.

From our information, we know that Meta plans to launch Llama 3 in July, but it wouldn’t be such a big surprise to come a month earlier.

Again, Open AI just released GPT-4 Turbo for free and we already know that GPT-5 was planned for a release later this year. However, nobody expects a late April launch, although it’s not impossible.

What do you expect from GPT-5? Bring your thoughts to the comments section below.

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