In a much-anticipated move, OpenAI has officially launched its GPT Store, offering users a platform to share their personalized chatbots.
The store, initially slated for November, faced delays but has now opened its doors, bringing fresh possibilities to ChatGPT enthusiasts worldwide.
Since the introduction of the GPT Builder program in November, over 3 million user-generated bots, or GPTs, have come to life.
The platform allows creators to share their unique ChatGPT versions, though currently limited to OpenAI’s paid subscribers.
In a significant move, OpenAI promises a revenue-sharing program for GPT creators, set to kick off in the first quarter.
Creators will be rewarded based on user engagement, fostering a collaborative ecosystem.
While specifics remain undisclosed, this initiative highlights OpenAI’s commitment to supporting its creative community.
To ensure quality and adherence to guidelines, OpenAI instituted a new review system prior to the store’s launch. This measure aims to maintain brand standards and user safety.
The company also revamped the process for reporting harmful or unsafe GPTs, underscoring its dedication to a secure user experience.
The GPT Store caters to ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise users, introducing a new tier – ChatGPT Team.
Priced at $25 per user monthly (billed annually) or $30 monthly, ChatGPT Team targets smaller teams, providing access to GPT-4, DALL-E 3, Advanced Data Analysis, and data control.
Importantly, data and conversations within ChatGPT Team will not contribute to model training, ensuring user privacy.
In essence, OpenAI’s GPT Store marks a pivotal moment, opening avenues for creativity, collaboration, and innovation.
Whether you’re an AI enthusiast, a seasoned developer, or part of a smaller team, the possibilities within this virtual marketplace are yours to explore. Embrace the future of chatbot customization with OpenAI’s GPT Store!