A leaked blog post has revealed Sam Altman's plans for ChatGPT, as well as the GPU crisis at OpenAI.


According to a leaked blog post, Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, has revealed his future plans for ChatGPT and discussed the company's ongoing GPU crisis.

Altman wrote that the current version of ChatGPT, the company's language model, is already showing promise but more work needs to be done to make it truly effective. He revealed that the company plans to focus on three main areas: scaling up the model to handle larger inputs and outputs, improving the quality of its responses, and making it more robust to handle errors and uncertainties.

Altman also discussed the company's ongoing GPU crisis, which has been caused by a shortage of high-end graphics processing units that are needed to train and run machine learning models. He wrote that the company is exploring a range of solutions, including building its own hardware, partnering with other companies, and working with cloud providers to access more GPUs.
Altman acknowledged that the GPU shortage is a major challenge for the company but expressed confidence that it will eventually be resolved. He wrote: "We are committed to pushing the frontiers of AI and we will do whatever it takes to get there, whether that means building our own hardware or pooling our resources with others in the industry."

The leaked blog post has not been confirmed by OpenAI, but if true, it provides insight into the company's plans for the future and its ongoing struggles to overcome the GPU shortage

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