Sam Altman teases Monday’s OpenAI demo that ‘feels like magic’

Sam Altman said the “new stuff” to be announced Monday “sounds like magic.”
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  • Sam Altman teased that OpenAI plans to announce “new stuff” that “feels like magic” on Monday.
  • The OpenAI CEO also dismissed the idea that it would unveil GPT-5 or a search engine at the event.
  • The startup may continue to release the ChatGPT search feature in the future, reports have indicated.

OpenAI announces new updates to ChatGPT and GPT-4, and according to Sam Altman, these updates look “like magic.”

The OpenAI CEO posted on X, formerly Twitter, on Friday to talk about the “new stuff” that will be announced soon. Although it’s not a search engine or GPT-5, Altman said it’s something “people will love.”

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OpenAI did not respond to a request for comment before publication.

Altman may have shot down rumors that OpenAI would announce a search engine at Monday’s demo, but he didn’t deny that OpenAI was working on a search product.

Reports have recently circulated about OpenAI targeting Google with its own web search product in the works. The search product may be powered by Microsoft Bing, according to the information.

The product will have the ability to search the web and provide sources in its results, according to a Bloomberg report He said. A version of the search feature will also use images, such as a diagram or other relevant illustrations as a response to queries, according to the report.

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OpenAI has reportedly tried to poach some Google employees to help develop a search engine.

As for GPT-5, OpenAI’s much-touted successor to the grand language model GPT-4, Business Insider previously reported that it is expected to be released this year, perhaps around the summer.

Those in the AI ​​community may also be watching carefully Monday to see if OpenAI reveals any additional information about Ilya Sutskever, the company’s chief data scientist, who has become practically invisible at the company since Sam Altman’s ouster and return as CEO.

Axel Springer, the parent company of Business Insider, has a global deal to let OpenAI train its models on its media brand reports.

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