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OpenAI CEO Sam Altman has denied the company is about to roll out a new version of its ChatGPT large language model, GPT4.5.

A purportedly “leaked” screenshot, which made the rounds on social media, including X on Dec. 14, showed a description of “GPT 4.5” that read:

“Our most advanced model brings multi-model capabilities across language, audio, vision, video and 3D, alongside complex reasoning and cross-model understanding.”

However, many started to speculate the “leaked” screenshot was a hoax. A Reddit thread on r/OpenAI that was posted around Dec. 14 at 10:30 am UTC — the possible source of the “leak” — has been removed by the moderators. Some comments on the thread slammed the original poster for the “fake” post. 

Abacus.AI CEO Bindu Reddy also had second thoughts, just 25 minutes after she initially shared the “leaked” screenshot herself, tweeting: “The leaked GPT4.5 pricing is almost definitely fake! The internet is manifesting what it really desires.” 

Reddy said there were “quite a few minor details in the screenshot which are plain wrong.”

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman later confirmed on X the “leak” was not real.

Whether OpenAI is really going to release GPT-4.5 or jump straight to GPT-5 is unknown. The next model would be the successor to GPT-4, which was released on March 14, 2023. 

After GPT-3 was released in June 2020, it took two years to release GPT-3.5, which came out in March 2022.

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Meanwhile, OpenAI is already working on GPT-5. In July, the AI firm filed a trademark application for GPT5, which includes software for AI-based human speech and text, converting audio into text and voice and speech recognition.

In November, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman told the Financial Times the company is working to develop GPT-5, though he did not commit to a timeline for its release.

Update (Dec. 15, 2:06 am UTC): This article has been updated to reflect a new tweet by OpenAI CEO Sam Altman.

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