OpenAI’s GPT Store Not Happening This Year! Pushed To 2024

OpenAI’s GPT Store Not Happening This Year! Pushed To 2024

Written by Deepak Bhagat, In News, Published On
December 2, 2023

There will be a postponement of the release date of OpenAI’s bespoke GPT,  states the developer of ChatGPT. They are now anticipating the launch of the personalised GPT shop in early 2024, rather than November 2023 as we had originally planned.

Launching the GPT Store, a marketplace similar to the App Store but for AI apps, was one of the most significant announcements made during OpenAI’s first developer conference. Announcing the debut of the GPT Store for 2023 at the OpenAI DevDay 2023. A lot has transpired since DevDay on 6 November, notably the boardroom coup that led to CEO Sam Altman’s dismissal, 5-day exile, and subsequent restoration to the position.

There was supposed to be a November debut of the GPT Store, where users could upload and sell their versions of ChatGPT. You should know that this was DevDay’s crowning achievement. In a recent internal communication, OpenAI announced plans to launch the GPT Store in the first quarter of 2019. According to Reuters’s reporting, the letter also recognized the unforeseen events that transpired during the latter part of November.

It is currently our intention to open the GPT Store sometime in the first quarter of 2019. A few unforeseen events have kept us busy while we were hoping to release it this month! Peruse the text. Meanwhile, the business allegedly informed its developers that ChatGPT will soon receive some fantastic enhancements.

At DevDay, OpenAI unveiled their Custom GPT app for Plus and Enterprise subscribers. Users were able to create their unique versions of ChatGPT by following their unique instructions. Users will be able to sell their customized GPTs through an app store, according to OpenAI. Despite OpenAI giving its customers more flexibility, the store’s operation is still unclear.

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New information suggests that on November 17, OpenAI fired Sam Altman from his position as CEO. Helen Toner, Ilya Sutskever, Adam D’Angelo, and Tosha McCauley were the board members who dismissed Altman for not communicating in a “consistently candid” manner. The reinstatement of Altman after a five-day banishment during which he was subject to significant uncertainty. For a little while, it appears like all that controversy has affected their debut preparations.

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