OpenAI CEO Sam Altman is expected to announce new ChatGTP and GPT-4 updates at a 1 p.m. ET event on Monday.

Something new is coming from OpenAI, and Sam Altman will reveal more at 1 p.m. ET on Monday.The OpenAI CEO said the news will include updates to ChatGPT and GPT-4.However, he ruled out any search engine or GPT-5 announcements.

OpenAI is gearing up to introduce new — and possibly magical, according to its CEO — updates to ChatGPT.

Cofounder and CEO Sam Altman has teased “new stuff” coming to ChatGPT and GPT-4, the AI model that powers its chatbot, and told his followers to tune in Monday at 1 p.m. ET for its “Spring Update” to learn more.

Altman did rule out a couple of things you shouldn’t expect — specifically GPT-5 or a new OpenAI search engine, which is reportedly in the works. OpenAI is reportedly planning to eventually take on internet search giant Google with its own AI-powered search product.

OpenAI is also working on a voice assistant that can talk to you, The Information reported on Friday, so there’s a chance we learn more about that during the event.

OpenAI has also long been partnered with Microsoft, helping power the “new Bing,” and reportedly had recent talks with Apple as the iPhone giant looks to bring generative AI to its iOS software.

Ahead of the Monday demonstration, Altman said OpenAI thinks people will love the news and that the product update “feels like magic to me.”

Besides GPT-4, OpenAI’s other products ahead of Monday’s announcement include its AI-powered image generator DALL-E, its unreleased text-to-video generator Sora, and its GPT app store.

Business Insider will be covering OpenAI’s announcements live — keep scrolling for the latest…

For those who want to watch live, you can view the whole event here.

OpenAI will be livestreaming its spring update, which kicks off in less than an hour.

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