Thanks To OpenAI, You Can Now Make Your Own Version Of ChatGPT
Specialized versions of ChatGPT to meet unique needs
A year ago, with the introduction of ChatGPT, OpenAI presented the concept of an AI chatbot that can do practically anything in the world. Now, the business is launching a no-code platform for developing specialized versions of ChatGPT to meet unique needs.
OpenAI’s GPTs (Generic Purpose Technologies) artificial intelligence agents will be available for purchase in the GPT Store in the coming weeks. OpenAI has promised to pay authors an undefined sum based on the number of times their GPTs are used, but details regarding the store’s appearance and functionality are still few. ChatGPT Plus users and OpenAI corporate clients will be allowed to create GPTs for internal use exclusively.
At DevDay, OpenAI’s first-ever developer conference, held in San Francisco on Monday, the company announced custom GPTs in addition to a boosted, cheaper GPT-4, reduced prices for developers utilizing its models in their apps, and the staggering news that ChatGPT has reached 100 million weekly users.
OpenAI said in a statement sent to The Verge, “Since launching ChatGPT, people have been asking for ways to customize ChatGPT to fit specific ways that they use it.” While we did release Custom Instructions in July, which provided some degree of customization, we consistently received feedback asking for more granular options. To get the most out of ChatGPT, advanced users often keep a list of custom prompts and instruction sets that they copy and paste into the app by hand. GPTs can now automate all of those processes.
Using OpenAI’s interface, you may specify how a GPT should interact with humans before releasing it to the public. Every GPT may use OpenAI’s Code Interpreter to write and run code, as well as access the web and DALL-E. The builder interface also features a “Knowledge” area for adding custom content like the DevDay schedule. OpenAI’s Actions functionality, for example, will eventually allow GPTs to integrate with third-party applications like Canva and Zapier to have access to additional data sources like emails and databases.
With the addition of specialized GPTs, OpenAI is now in direct competition with other AI bot platforms like as Character.AI and Meta, which just released a bunch of its own AI characters in iMessage, Instagram, and WhatsApp. While OpenAI doesn’t have a problem with users creating GPTs with human-like personalities, the company is stressing usefulness above human-like behavior in marketing its platform.
There are now other AI bot platforms, including Character, which OpenAI must compete with Robotic Intelligence and Meta
It is unclear what sort of high-level use statistics GPT developers will have access to, and they certainly won’t be able to see the conversations users are having with their creations. OpenAI claims it will be keeping a close eye on things to prevent fraud and hate speech. When the GPT Store debuts down the line, OpenAI will only accept agents from persons who have validated their identities. Initially, GPTs will be accessible through shareable web links.
OpenAI believes that the development of its GPT platform will help it achieve its ultimate objective, which is the development of artificial general intelligence (AGI). The business is seeking a valuation from investors of up to $90 billion, and restricting access to premium users should help juice the company’s quickly rising revenue.