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OpenAI confirms Monday event (ahead of Google I/O), but dispels rumors of a search engine launch or GPT-5

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OpenAI, the renowned artificial intelligence research lab, has officially confirmed an event scheduled for Monday. However, contrary to circulating rumors, the organization’s CEO, Sam Altman, clarified that the event will not mark the launch of a new search engine.


The event, set to take place just a day before the much-anticipated Google I/O, has sparked widespread speculation. Initial reports suggested that OpenAI was gearing up to announce a search product, potentially positioning itself as a competitor to Google. Yet, Altman’s recent statement has dispelled these rumors, stating, "not gpt-5, not a search engine".



Despite the clarification, anticipation remains high. Altman hinted at the unveiling of “new stuff” that the team has been working on, which he described as feeling "like magic". The specifics of this “new stuff” remain under wraps, but it’s clear that OpenAI is poised to reveal some exciting developments.


The event will most likely feature demonstrations of updates to ChatGPT and GPT-4. These updates could potentially include a new search product integrated within ChatGPT, although it’s expected to be more akin to Perplexity rather than a full-fledged search engine like Google Search.


As the event draws near, the tech world watches with bated breath. Will OpenAI’s latest developments revolutionize the AI landscape? Or will they simply add another layer to the complex tapestry of artificial intelligence? Only time will tell.



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