Open AI Launches GPT Store and ChatGPT AI Team To Transform AI Accessibility

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  • January 16, 2024

On January 10, 2024, OpenAI has made a significant stride in the field of artificial intelligence with the launch of two major initiatives: the GPT Store, a platform for custom ChatGPT versions, and ChatGPT Team, a collaborative workspace tailored for business use to ChatGPT Plus, Business, and Enterprise Users. These developments represent a major leap in bringing advanced AI tools to a broader audience.

The GPT Store is designed for subscribers of the ChatGPT Plus service, priced at $20 per month. This app store allows users to explore and use a variety of AI chatbots, customized for diverse needs such as book recommendations, learning, and academic research. Moreover, it provides an array of GPTs across various fields like DALL·E, writing, research, programming, education, and lifestyle. OpenAI, in its commitment to nurturing an active AI community, will feature influential GPTs weekly. The company is developing a revenue model for GPT builders, initially focusing on compensating U.S. builders based on user engagement with their creations.

Open AI said, “We’ll provide details on the criteria for payments as we get closer,” adding that building GPT is simple “and doesn’t require any coding skills.”

OpenAI announced on Wednesday, “It’s been two months since we announced GPTs, and users have already created over 3 million custom versions of ChatGPT. Many builders have shared their GPTs for others to use. Today, we’re starting to roll out the GPT Store to ChatGPT Plus, Team and Enterprise users so you can find useful and popular GPTs,”

Complementing the GPT Store, OpenAI has also launched ChatGPT Team, an AI-powered workspace for companies. This service, with subscriptions ranging from $25 to $30 per month, offers a secure platform for businesses to handle their data and utilize AI for various functions such as document processing and data analysis. The service supports multiple input formats, including images and voice, broadening its applicability in the corporate world.

Addressing the concerns about data security and intellectual property, Logan Kilpatrick, OpenAI’s Head of Developer Relations, cautioned users in a tweet: “Don’t include information you do not want the user to know.” This statement highlights the importance of data mindfulness in AI interactions.

In summary, OpenAI’s introduction of the GPT Store and ChatGPT Team is a significant step in making AI technology more accessible and versatile for both personal and business use. These platforms open up new opportunities for AI applications across various sectors, marking a new chapter in the integration of AI into everyday life and business operations.

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