Will GPT 5 Lead to General Artificial Intelligence?


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I'm still waiting for my Housekeeping Robot. 

Will ChatGPT-5 make it possible? This video is pretty excited, but I notice something odd about Robot Intellectual Evolution. It always seems to work backward from human intellectual evolution.

That is to say, the jobs we find the hardest, like brain surgeon and German-to-Japanese translator, the neural nets find the easiest. 

But self-driving cars had to be rolled back, even cancelled at some companies, because driving turned out to be much more complicated than they thought.

And I don't have a robot that can replace a housekeeper, gardener or chef.

Yes, we have rumbas and automatic lawnmowers and fancy restaurants have automated cooking processes, but isn't it odd that we have an AI that finds it easier to help you write a novel than to make a bed?

Maybe we have a completely wrong idea about what intelligence really is. Is there even such a thing as "general" intelligence... or is intelligence always FOR doing something specific?