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In the coming weeks, by the end of November, OpenAI will release its GPTs, a platform accessible through the GPT Store, which will allow users without coding knowledge to create custom versions — or agents — of ChatGPT for all sorts of use cases.
Initiatives such as Character.AI, Meta, Replika, and Poe will face the competition of these GTP agents.
Details about how the GPT Store will look and work are scarce, though OpenAI is promising to eventually pay creators based on how much their GPTs are used. GPTs will be classified into categories like productivity, education, and “just for fun”.
GPTs will be available to paying ChatGPT Plus subscribers and OpenAI enterprise customers, who can make internal-only GPTs for their employees.
These developments were announced Monday at OpenAI’s DevDay conference in San Francisco.
There, the company also announced a cheaper, turbocharged GTP-4.
GPT creators’ apps will be monitored by OpenAI to ensure that fraud, hate speech, and adult themes are blocked.
ChatGPT has reached 100 million weekly users.
Today, OpenAI announced they are releasing the ChatGPT Store, an App Store for ChatGPT
Shopify Apps: 33,000 apps, $561M of revenue
App Store: 1.8M apps, $910B of revenue
ChatGPT Store: 0 “agents”, $0 revenue
Probably millions of agents, billions revenue soon
I wish I had… pic.twitter.com/zgwf2w07Zw
— GREG ISENBERG (@gregisenberg) November 6, 2023
OpenAI just announced “GPTs” – chatbots augmented with custom tools and custom instructions that anyone can create
We’re excited to announce OpenGPTs – a open source GitHub repo enabling similar functionality. This will allow:
🛠️Easier tool definition
🧠Usage of… pic.twitter.com/jgrn0boBVI
— LangChain (@LangChainAI) November 6, 2023
Advanced Data Analysis (formerly Code Interpreter) support has been added to the ChatGPT iOS app.
You now have a data scientist or data analyst in your pocket. pic.twitter.com/IjTjcb1J1k
— Adam.GPT (@TheRealAdamG) November 8, 2023