ChatGPT subscribers may get a ‘GPT builder’ option soon

OpenAI is generating buzz as it prepares for its highly anticipated developer conference. According to leaked information, a significant update to ChatGPT, OpenAI’s chatbot technology, is on the horizon.

The leaked screenshots and videos, as reported by The Decoder, showcase a new custom chatbot creator embedded with numerous features already available in ChatGPT using GPT-4. These features include web browsing and data analysis capabilities. Additionally, OpenAI plans to introduce a new marketplace where users can share their chatbots or explore those created by others.

The rumored updates gained attention when a user named Choi shared a summary of the features a few days ago. To further fuel the excitement, Tibor Blaho, a developer of SEO tools, posted a video demonstrating the user interface (UI) of the new chatbot creator in action. The UI reveals a “GPT Builder” option, empowering users to input prompts and generate chatbots. For instance, one example prompt reads, “make a creative who helps generate visuals for new products.”

The UI of the GPT Builder includes a “Create” tab offering options to select a default language, tone, and writing style for the chatbot. Additionally, a “Configure” tab is available for users to name, describe, and provide instructions to the chatbot regarding its abilities and limitations. Users can upload files to create a personalized knowledgebase and toggle functionalities like web browsing and image generation. Furthermore, a custom actions box allows users to add specific actions and behaviors to their chatbot.

Notably, the UI also features a “Preview pane” located next to the configure options. This pane includes a prompt box that allows users to test and preview the chatbot’s responses as they make adjustments. Tibor Blaho has offered a detailed breakdown of the GPT Builder on LinkedIn, providing further insights into its functionalities.

In addition to the GPT Builder, the leaked information suggests that OpenAI has plans to release an enterprise subscription plan called “Team.” This plan offers “Flexible” and “Annual” options, catering to different user preferences. According to Choi, the screenshot shared includes details of the Team plan, such as unlimited high-speed GPT-4 usage and four times longer context. The price mentioned in the screenshot is $25 per user, per month, with a three-user minimum. Choi also mentions a non-annual option priced at $30 per month.

While these leaked updates have generated excitement among developers and chatbot enthusiasts, it is essential to remember that they are still unconfirmed. However, if they do come to fruition, OpenAI’s ChatGPT update has the potential to revolutionize the way users create and interact with chatbots. The increased customization options and the new marketplace will undoubtedly provide more flexibility and opportunities for chatbot development and deployment. We eagerly await OpenAI’s official announcements at their upcoming developer conference.

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