OpenAI, the developer of ChatGPT, has launched custom versions of ChatGPT called GPTs for specific tasks and will be rolling out a GPT Store later this month. GPTs can easily be built without coding and will be able to perform tasks such as designing stickers or teaching mathematics to children.
Individuals can begin creating GPTs by starting a conversation, giving the tool instructions and outlining its abilities to share them publicly. Sample GPTs are currently available for ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise users to try out including Canva and Zapier AI Actions with plans to expand to more users soon.
Enterprises can get started with GPTs on 8 November, which empower users inside their companies to design internal-only GPTs without code and securely publish them to their workspace. The admin console allows them to choose how GPTs are shared and whether external GPTs may be used inside their businesses.
"We designed GPTs so more people can build with us. Involving the community is critical to our mission of building safe a artificial general intelligence (AGI) that benefits humanity. It allows everyone to see a wide and varied range of useful GPTs and get a more concrete sense of what’s ahead. And by broadening the group of people who decide 'what to build' beyond just those with access to advanced technology it's likely we'll have safer and better aligned AI," the statement reads.
“We believe the most incredible GPTs will come from builders in the community. Whether you’re an educator, coach, or just someone who loves to build helpful tools, you don’t need to know coding to make one and share your expertise,” said OpenAI in a statement.
In terms of the GPT store which will roll out later this month, it will feature creations by verified builders and spotlight useful, top GPTs across categories such as productivity, education, and “just for fun” while allowing GPTs to climb leaderboards.
Developers can connect GPTs to the real world by making one or more Application Programming Interfaces (API) available to it like a plugin. GPTs can be connected to databases, emails and used to facilitate eCommerce orders to name a few.
The launch of GPTs is also in line with OpenAI’s desire to involve the community in shaping how AI behaves through a wide and varied range of useful GPTs.
As conversations ramp up about the safety of AI systems, OpenAI has launched a programme to award ten individual US$100,000 grants to fund experiments in setting up a democratic process for deciding what rules AI systems should follow.
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