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OpenAI has launched a new platform, GPTs, to allow developers to make their own ChatGPT chatbots without even needing coding skills. OpenAI made this announcement during the company’s first developer conference DevDay 2023.
The Microsoft-backed company also introduced its newest and the most powerful version of ChatGPT AI chatbot, ChatGPT-4 Turbo.
Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, unveiled exciting developments during the AI lab’s first developer conference. It attracted 900 developers from across the globe and stood as OpenAI’s latest endeavor to leverage the immense popularity of ChatGPT by providing incentives to enrich its ecosystem.
Altman revealed that ChatGPT, introduced in November 2022, has rapidly garnered a staggering 100 million active users weekly.
OpenAI has aptly named the personalized AI applications “GPTs.” The company clarifies that these GPTs represent early versions of AI assistants capable of handling real-world tasks such as booking flights on behalf of a user.
The company has an exciting plan in store—a GPT Store is set to launch later this month. This platform will empower individuals to share their GPT creations and potentially earn income based on the number of users. This initiative signifies OpenAI’s renewed commitment after the failed attempts to establish an ecosystem of ChatGPT plugins earlier in the year.
“Eventually, you’ll simply request the computer for what you need, and it’ll do all of these tasks for you,” Altman said in his keynote speech in San Francisco.
OpenAI strongly believes in a method of gradual, iterative deployment as the optimal approach to tackle the safety challenges of AI. The company emphasizes the significance of proceeding with utmost care as it moves towards this envisioned future.
In a show of further commitment to developers, OpenAI unveiled an array of updates tailored to their needs. Among these updates, the announcement of significant cost reductions was met with loud applause from the enthusiastic audience.