OpenAI is preparing to launch a new open source language model
According to information obtained by The Information, OpenAI is poised to unveil a novel open-source language model to the public, although it may not be akin to large-scale language model products such as GPT.
However, there has been no comment from OpenAI on this matter, and Sam Altman, the Chief Executive Officer of OpenAI, has recently indicated that there are no immediate plans to invest in the training of a large-scale natural language model like GPT-4. As such, even if a new language model is launched, it may well be a product specifically designed to cater to the needs of the open-source community.
With the ChatGPT technology from OpenAI garnering significant attention in the market and spurring a broader trend towards autogenerative AI technology applications, current tech conglomerates including Microsoft, Google, and AWS have sequentially expanded their development of such AI technologies, launching corresponding products and services.
Following OpenAI’s acceptance of billions of dollars in funding from Microsoft and the continued establishment of a deep cooperative relationship, the organization’s subsequent development is under keen market scrutiny. OpenAI’s current valuation hovers around $30 billion, and it is currently augmenting its revenue by offering paid services. Additionally, the introduction of plugins to the ChatGPT service aims to attract a larger user base.