By Aaron Bry

OpenAI, the parent company behind ChatGPT, has filed for a trademark for ChatGPT-5.

Trademark lawyer Josh Gerben tweeted about it Monday:

OpenAI has filed a new trademark application for:


The filing was made with the USPTO on July 18th.#openai #chatgpt4 #ArtificialIntelligence

— Josh Gerben (@JoshGerben) July 31, 2023

OpenAI put artificial intelligence (AI) back in the public discourse amid its launch of ChatGPT late last year. Since then, OpenAI has released different iterations of ChatGPT, with ChatGPT-4 launching in March.

In April, OpenAI founder Sam Altman said the company still had a lot of work to do with ChatGPT-4 before working on the fifth version of the AI chatbot and search engine.

OpenAI allows users to use ChatGPT for free, but charges customers to use the latest, most powerful model. Now, OpenAI has filed for a trademark for ChatGPT-5 — a sign that a more advanced version of ChatGPT may be coming soon.

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Microsoft Inc (NASDAQ: MSFT), a major investor in OpenAI, recently announced new pricing plans for its AI-powered Office tools.

Other companies, like Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) are also working on their own proprietary technologies.

ChatGPT’s active users are reportedly declining, despite how it became one of the quickest-growing websites in the world since launch.

We will see if OpenAI’s latest developments are enough to reinvigorate the buzz surrounding ChatGPT. The startup, once a nonprofit, is now focused on ways to monetize its user base.


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