Will we have an open-source model that is equivalent GPT-4 by end of 2025?

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With this much excitement and energy in the LLM space, I am fairly confident in this prediction: Before the end of this year, there will be an open source model that is equivalent in quality to #GPT4

Resolves positive if a FOSS model (no signup required to download) is pubically available by 12/31/25 that outperforms GPT-4 on at least 50% of the tests listed in this article (https://www.semafor.com/article/03/15/2023/how-gpt-4-performed-in-academic-exams)

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Could make sense to base the resolution criteria off of ML benchmarks instead of academic/professional exams, since most open source models have not been evaluating on these exams, and there are not very many details on the specific exams/questions used. Some common benchmarks are HellaSwag, MMLU, and the AI2 Reasoning Challenge, which are listed in the GPT4 technical report, and I am using in my market: https://manifold.markets/tk/will-meta-release-an-open-source-la

The question and description contradict each other. End of 2023, or end of 2025?

@BionicD0LPH1N fixed 2025