OpenAI introduces GPT Store to cash in on ChatGPT’s user popularity

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OpenAI introduces GPT Store to cash in on ChatGPT's user popularity
OpenAI introduces GPT Store to cash in on ChatGPT's user popularity

Artificial intelligence research lab The GPT Store, a marketplace for personalized artificial intelligence (AI) apps, was launched by OpenAI to capitalize on ChatGPT’s user popularity.

As a part of the popular ChatGPT chatbot, artificial intelligence laboratory OpenAI announced the debut of the GPT Store, a marketplace for personalized artificial intelligence (AI) apps, on Wednesday.

The GPT Store is a section of the popular ChatGPT chatbot where users may discover and construct GPTs, or AI customized for activities such as teaching math or drawing stickers.

It is an attempt by OpenAI to expand on the consumer success of ChatGPT, which introduced the world to generative AI last year and astounded consumers with its capacity to compose human-like prose and poetry. ChatGPT initially became one of the fastest-growing apps ever, but growth slowed when some schools were closed and the novelty of the chatbot wore off.

According to OpenAI, the GPT Store will first be available to users paying for Chat-GPT plans. The business plans to introduce a means for GPT makers to commercialize their personalized AIs in the coming months.

At its first developer conference in November, the Microsoft-backed firm (MSFT.O) introduced the GPT Store. It was supposed to go live later that month.

However, OpenAI delayed the debut of the GPT shop in December, stating in an internal memo that it was continuing to “improve” GPTs based on consumer feedback. The delay occurred against the backdrop of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s sudden dismissal by the company’s board and his return after employees threatened to quit.

Furthermore, OpenAI announced on Wednesday the debut of ChatGPT Team, a version of ChatGPT that businesses pay for so that their employees can use Chat-GPT at work. ChatGPT Team separates a company’s data, so all information entered into the chatbot is kept private. ChatGPT Team costs between $25 and $30 per month per user.

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