This week was dominated by Apple WWDC and the release of Diablo 4. And even a wild story about aliens. But, a lot happened in AI that many seemed to miss.
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Last week, Sam Altman's comments on OpenAI's plans briefly appeared in a blog post on Humanloop before OpenAI requested its removal.
The blog post was full of incredible insights that shared more details about OpenAI's plans than anywhere else. No wonder OpenAI wanted to remove the blog post.
Here is an archive of the blog post:
GPU Limitations: OpenAI is heavily constrained by GPU availability. This shortage is currently slowing down their progress.
Customer Competition: OpenAI aims to avoid competing with its API customers, the sole exception being its flagship product, ChatGPT.
ChatGPT Plugins: Currently, ChatGPT plugins lack product-market fit.
Scaling Laws & GPT-5+: Altman underscored the ongoing applicability of scaling laws, indicating a clear trajectory towards significantly improved GPT-5+ models.
Extended Context Windows: Context windows may soon accommodate as many as 1 million tokens, opening new possibilities for advanced applications that require more data.
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