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OpenAI Introduces Personalized GPTs without Code

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In a surprising announcement at their recent developer conference, OpenAI revealed their latest innovation in artificial intelligence: the ability for anyone to create customized versions of their chatbot, known as GPT, without the need for coding. This development comes just […]

OpenAI Introduces Personalized GPTs without Code

In a surprising announcement at their recent developer conference, OpenAI revealed their latest innovation in artificial intelligence: the ability for anyone to create customized versions of their chatbot, known as GPT, without the need for coding. This development comes just a year after the introduction of ChatGPT and has the potential to revolutionize the world of conversational AI.

Instead of traditional applications, OpenAI describes these specialized chatbots as “GPTs,” which are tailored versions of ChatGPT for specific purposes. CEO Sam Altman demonstrated the technology by instructing it to build a startup advice application based on his own speeches. The end result was a personalized GPT that could seamlessly integrate with other GPTs, allowing users to perform complex tasks by combining different services.

According to CNET journalist Stephen Shankland, the introduction of GPTs has the potential to propel conversational AI even further into the mainstream. He likens this moment to the unveiling of the iPhone, emphasizing the significance of OpenAI’s new technology.

The introduction of GPTs opens up possibilities for leveraging AI with focused tools. Users can harness the power of artificial intelligence to its fullest extent, benefiting from tailored experiences that cater to their specific needs. This customization allows for enhanced AI capabilities beyond ChatGPT’s generic abilities. Furthermore, the creation of an app store for GPTs provides a proven and successful model that transforms widespread computer usage into a profitable business.

OpenAI plans to release numerous customized GPTs through their new GPT store, launching this month. Creators of GPTs will also receive a share of the revenue generated, and Altman hinted at the possibility of offering subscriptions for individual GPTs. While pricing details for GPT creators have yet to be disclosed, it is worth noting that Apple takes a 30% commission from app sales.

Excitingly, users do not have to wait for the GPT store to go live to see the incredible potential of these customized chatbots. Developer John Rush has already established the “All GPTs” directory, which has indexed over 200 user-created GPTs. The directory, available on Product Hunt, showcases the imagination and innovation of these creators. Rush expressed his astonishment at the response, stating that he received over 3,000 GPT submissions within 24 hours, though he noted that more than half were fraudulent. Nevertheless, he continues to add new GPTs every three minutes.

FAQs:
1. What is a GPT?
GPT stands for “generative pre-trained transformer” and refers to a type of chatbot developed by OpenAI.

2. How are GPTs different from traditional applications?
While traditional applications require coding, GPTs allow users to create customized chatbots without any coding knowledge.

3. Will GPT creators receive revenue from their creations?
Yes, OpenAI plans to share the revenue generated from the GPT store with creators.

Sources:
– [CNET](https://www.cnet.com/news/openai-personal-gpts-chatbots-no-code/)