OpenAI announced Monday that anyone can now create a customized version of ChatGPT without any coding skills. CEO Sam Altman announced the new changes at the company’s first developer conference in San Francisco, where he also announced a number of other new AI tools.
OpenAI refers to these custom chatbots or AI agents as “GPTs.” The American AI startup says chatbots can follow specific instructions from their builders and have access to information provided by users.
“The benefits of this are going to be huge. It gives agency to everyone,” Altman said at the event. report.
“You can build GPTs for almost anything. They combine instructions, expanded knowledge, and actions so they can be more useful.” Added.
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How to make GPT
in blog post, OpenAI explains that people can be keen on building customized chatbots for a variety of reasons. This includes solving specific problems or interests in life, such as teaching others the rules of a board game, teaching a child math, or helping design stickers. Masu.
to Create GPT, users must start a conversation in ChatGPT and specify what they want the chatbot to do, such as search the web, create an image, or analyze data. ChatGPT automatically creates the code necessary to set up and run your new bot.
“GPT is a new way for anyone to create a customized version of ChatGPT to be more useful in their daily lives (for specific tasks, at work, at home) and share their creations with others,” OpenAI blogs. It’s stated in the post. .
“Anyone can easily build their own GPT. No coding required.”
“We believe that the best GPT comes from builders in the community. Whether you are an educator, coach, or just someone who loves building useful tools, “No coding knowledge is required to share your expertise.”
GPT is a new way for anyone to create customized versions of ChatGPT to be more useful in their daily lives, specific tasks, at work, or at home, and share their creations with others. No code required. https://t.co/SPV4TcMiQw pic.twitter.com/PcmorZwtMF
— OpenAI (@OpenAI) November 6, 2023
OpenAI has announced that it will launch a GPT store later this month to provide broader access to popular tools created by the company’s chosen “verified builders.”
“Once in the store, GPT becomes searchable and has the potential to move up the leaderboards,” the blog post says. “We’ll also spotlight the most useful and fun GPTs we’ve found in categories like productivity, education, and ‘just for fun.'”
The company said that “in the coming months” chatbot builders will be able to earn revenue based on the number of people using GPT.
OpenAI pays copyright infringement claim
Both ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise users are subscription-based and will be able to start building their own GPT starting November 6th.
OpenAI says some companies, including biotech company Amgen and payment processor Square, have already created their own versions of ChatGPT and are using it internally for purposes such as craft marketing and answering customer questions.
At a developer conference in San Francisco, Sam Altman revealed that more than 2 million developers and 92% of Fortune 500 companies use the company’s API to generate ChatGPT and the underlying text and images. Wired reported that the company is providing access to the technology in some way.
The OpenAI CEO also said that ChatGPT currently boasts 100 million weekly active users. “About a year ago, we shipped ChatGPT as a modest research preview, and it went pretty well,” Altman said. “OpenAI is the most advanced and widely used AI platform in the world today.”
The company said in a blog post that it will cover legal costs if an enterprise customer is sued for copyright infringement for using its generative AI models. Companies like Google and Microsoft are already doing this.
“Today, we are going one step further and introducing Copyright Shield. From now on, we will step in to protect our customers and pay the costs they incur if they face legal claims regarding copyright infringement.” the company said.
Artists and creators have criticized generative AI tools like ChatGPT and Google Bard for illegally scraping data from their works without permission. Many creators are going to court to challenge the data used to train AI chatbots.
More powerful GPT-4 version
OpenAI says users’ conversations with customized bots will not be shared with builders, even though GPT creators have the option to choose whether users’ chats can be used to train OpenAI’s models. .
You will no longer be able to build GPTs that violate OpenAI’s content policies, which specifically disallow violent and sexually explicit types of content.
“GPT will continue to get more useful and smarter, and we’ll eventually be able to delegate real tasks to it in the real world,” OpenAI said in a blog post.
“In the field of AI, these systems are often discussed as ‘agents.’ We believe it is important to move towards this future in stages, as it will require careful technical and safety work, and time for society to adapt. ”
other notice The products OpenAI created on Monday include a new user interface for the viral chatbot ChatGPT, a new and more powerful GPT-4 model, and a new text-to-speech artificial intelligence model.