The OpenAI GPT Store: Setting up an AI chatbot for interacting with people and learning about natural language processing technology for enterprise use in ChatGPT
With the release of ChatGPT one year ago, OpenAI introduced the world to the idea of an AI chatbot that can seemingly do anything. Now, the company is releasing a platform for making custom versions of ChatGPT for specific use cases — no coding required.
OpenAI is currently planning to release an enterprise team subscription plan with Flexible and Annual options, according to Choi. Choi shared a screenshot that breaks down the Team plan’s features, like unlimited high-speed GPT-4 and four times longer context. The screenshot says it’s priced at $25 per user, per month. Choi says the non-annual option will be $30 per month, and both plans have a three-user minimum.
A user named choo wrote a synopsis of the rumored updates. This morning, the developer of the tools shared a video of the interface that allows users to create and use the GPT Builder option to create a chatbot.
On the “Create” tab, there are options to choose a default language, tone, and writing style for the bot. The fields for naming, describing, and giving instructions to the bot are found in the “Configure” tab. Users can also upload files for a bespoke knowledgebase and toggle capabilities like web browsing and image generation. There’s also a box for adding custom actions to your chatbot.
Finally, next to the configure options, there’s a “Preview pane” with a prompt box for testing the bot as it’s edited. Braho wrote a detailed description of the GPT Builder in a post.
The GPT Store will be accessible within the coming weeks. Details about how the store will look and work are scarce for now, though OpenAI is promising to eventually pay creators an unspecified amount based on how much their GPTs are used. GPTs will be available to paying ChatGPT Openai and subscribers are included. enterprise customers, who can make internal-only GPTs for their employees.
OpenAI’s interface lets you guide how you want a GPT to interact with people before you publish. The DevDay event navigator agent that I saw in my demo was supposed to help and be concise, as well as avoid scheduling conflicts. Openai autogenerated several questions, such as “What’s the first session today?”