OpenAI can’t register ‘GPT’ as a trademark — but

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The US Patent and Trademark Workplace (PTO) has denied OpenAI’s utility to register the phrase GPT, which implies generative pre-trained transformer, saying GPT is simply too basic a time period to register and might forestall opponents from appropriately describing their merchandise as a GPT.

OpenAI argued in its utility that GPT is just not a descriptive phrase — that GPT isn’t such a basic time period that buyers would “instantly perceive” what it means.

The PTO wrote in its February sixth choice that it doesn’t matter if shoppers don’t know what GPT means — as a result of those that do use the know-how perceive GPT refers to a basic sort of software program, not simply OpenAI merchandise.

For the reason that rise of generative AI, many different AI providers have added GPT to product…

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