The ChatGPT store launch, long awaited by the public, is finally set to be unveiled by OpenAI next week after several delays.
This store, built on LLMs developed by Open AI, enables customers to vend specialized AI robots or share them among ChatGPT users.
As outlined in the email sent to registered developers, compliance with the company’s guidelines and policies is a prerequisite for GPT robots. Developers are expected to make minor adjustments to their settings ahead of the scheduled launch next week.
The company’s spokesperson hinted at forthcoming details without specifying the store’s release dates across different regions. It remains unclear whether the store will be accessible to all users simultaneously or if a phased rollout, similar to last year’s ChatGPT robot release, will be implemented.
Initially announced at the developer conference in November, the GPT Store was originally slated for launch that same month. However, internal disruptions, notably the dismissal and subsequent reappointment of CEO Sam Altman, caused the company to defer the launch.
Accessible exclusively to ChatGPT Plus subscribers and companies, the store diverges from OpenAI’s provision of custom robots in the “Explore” tab of “ChatGPT Plus.” It will facilitate the sale, sharing, and monetization of customized robots based on usage rates, although the exact mechanisms remain undisclosed.
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