OpenAI’s GPT Store has finally made its debut, offering users a platform to share their personalized chatbots, the launch follows a brief delay, marking an expansion of OpenAI’s ecosystem beyond its standard offerings. The GPT Store is set to amplify the potential use cases for ChatGPT, with creators gaining the ability to showcase their unique adaptations of the renowned language model.
GPT Store: A Haven for Custom AI-powered Chatbots
OpenAI’s GPT Store is the much-anticipated marketplace where users can publicly share their custom chatbots, referred to as GPTs. Since the announcement of the GPT Builder program in November, a staggering 3 million GPTs have been crafted by users. The marketplace not only democratizes AI creation but also promises to feature and highlight innovative GPTs on a weekly basis, providing creators with well-deserved recognition.
OpenAI plans to launch a revenue-sharing program for GPT creators in the first quarter of the year. While the specifics remain undisclosed, GPT builders can anticipate compensation based on user engagement with their chatbots; this initiative motivates creators and aligns with OpenAI’s commitment to promoting a thriving community around its AI models. Anticipating the influx of custom GPTs, OpenAI has introduced a robust review system to ensure adherence to brand guidelines and usage policies. The company has also revamped its reporting mechanisms for identifying and addressing potentially harmful or unsafe GPTs.
ChatGPT Team: Tailored AI Solutions for Smaller Teams
Alongside the GPT Store launch, OpenAI introduces ChatGPT Team, a paid version catering to smaller teams of approximately 150 users. Priced at $25 per month per user for annual billing or $30 per month for monthly billing, the ChatGPT Team offers access to GPT-4, DALL-E 3, and Advanced Data Analysis. Crucially, user data and conversations within the ChatGPT Team remain confidential, reinforcing OpenAI’s commitment to data privacy and security.