OpenAI Holds off Launch of Custom GPT Store Until Early 2024

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OpenAI Holds off Launch of Custom GPT Store Until Early 2024
OpenAI Holds off Launch of Custom GPT Store Until Early 2024

OpenAI delays the launch of the GPT store because of the startup’s abrupt dismissal of CEO Sam Altman and his subsequent reinstatement.

ChatGPT creator OpenAI has delayed the launch of its proprietary GPT store until early 2024, according to a report on Friday.

OpenAI announced the bespoke GPT and store during its first developer conference in November, with plans to offer them later that month.

According to the report, the corporation is continuing to “improve” GPTs based on customer input.

The delay comes on the heels of the startup’s sudden dismissal of CEO Sam Altman and his subsequent readmission amidst employee threats to quit.

GPTs are early forms of AI assistants that perform real-world tasks for users, such as booking flights. It is also planned to allow users to earn money based on the number of users.

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