A.I. is Going to Revolutionize Everything: With GPT-5, the U.S. is “In The Lead”

GPT-5 will probably be the complete breakthrough in commercial and advanced use of AI.


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World Will Be Left Behind US in AI

With the release of GPT-4 a few months ago, the US took the lead over China in AI.

The US is now moving fast not only to cement its lead, but also to significantly increase its lead in AI. Essentially, China, Russia, India, and even the EU will be left totally behind in this extremely powerful technology.

US Computing Advantage

The cost in fast computing power has turned out to be massive. Especially when you consider the future load of commercial use. In fact, AI developers will try to not upscale their models too much in order to contain the computing load. The chip embargo on China and Russia is meant to leverage the US advantage in raw computing power for AI.

US Development Speed

To expand its lead, the US is also moving fast to develop the next generation of even more powerful AI, the GPT-5 model. GPT-5 will probably be the complete breakthrough in commercial and advanced use of AI. Based on GPT-5, a long range of commercial products already in development will be released. Not only will GPT-5 have new capabilities, even more importantly, GPT-5 will be far more reliable, give more correct answers, and behaving to users the way the US state wants to. This includes of course censoring out what users are not wanted to know or even to ask. Expect GPT-5 already in 2024.

US Secrecy

A strong secretiveness is a further step to keep the US ahead in AI. No more open code. No more share of Models which China, Russia, or even India or the EU can copy or make use of. 

After the release of GPT-4, OpenAI has gotten increasingly secretive about its operations. It no longer shares research on the training dataset, architecture, hardware, training compute, and training method with the open-source community.

“If you believe, as we do, that at some point, AI — AGI — is going to be extremely, unbelievably potent, then it just does not make sense to open-source. It is a bad idea…” See this.

US Global Advantage

AI is going to revolutionize everything. Those who don’t have AI will move in snail pace in the fields of productivity, research, communication, and military.

The US is determined to get far ahead in AI and cut everybody else off.


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Karsten Riise is a Master of Science (Econ) from Copenhagen Business School and has a university degree in Spanish Culture and Languages from Copenhagen University. He is the former Senior Vice President Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Mercedes-Benz in Denmark and Sweden.

He is a regular contributor to Global Research.

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