The GPT Store Has Opened: Some Keys To Understanding

The GPT Store Has Opened: Some Keys To Understanding

OpenAI has opened the GPT Store, its chatbot marketplace. Here are some things about him. Should OpenAI give each GPT a unique name? There are calls for this in his community. Even more so now that the marketplace intended to accommodate these chatbots is officially open.

Who Can Access The GPT Store?

Users of the accessible version of ChatGPT can only view the marketplace. To be able to use GPTs (and create them), you must have a ChatGPT Plus, Team, or Enterprise subscription.

What Are GPTs?

These are chatbots based on ChatGPT and have the following:

  1. Given specific instructions
  2. Optionally provided additional knowledge (by adding files)
  3. Optionally connected to APIs via “actions”

These “actions” are part of the plug-in line. Eventually, they will replace them. With more capabilities, including:

  1. Hosting of OpenAPI specifications at OpenAI
  2. The possibility of requiring or not, endpoint by endpoint, the validation of operations by users
  3. Support for multiple authentication schemes (again at the endpoint level )

What Is The Difference Between Assistants?

The Assistants API allows you to integrate assistants based on OpenAI models into third-party applications. These assistants are intended for programmatic use. OpenAI does not host them but gives them access to three of its tools: code interpreter, data recovery, and function call. Billing depends on the features used. GPTs are only accessible in the ChatGPT UI. They can use the same capabilities as wizards, as well as web browsing and DALL-E-based image generation. There is no need to code to create them, and they can be shared. This sharing can be done for everyone (on the marketplace ), for those who have the link, or only internally (option available on ChatGPT Team and Enterprise).

How To Create A GPT?

First step: verify your profile, either by adding payment information or by proving that you own a domain name. You can then use the “Create” button on the ChatGPT interface. Creating a GPT can be done in natural language. A tab allows you to:

  1. Give it a name, image, and description
  2. Give it instructions
  3. Provide example prompts to guide users
  4. Upload files
  5. Activate capabilities (web browsing, image generation, code interpreter)
  6. Create an action

The GPT name must be short so that it appears in the sidebar. It is possible, but not recommended, to put “GPT” at the end of the name. You can choose to receive user feedback by email.

How To Be Featured On The GPT Store?

You must register using the form. Officially, OpenAI takes into account three criteria: distinctive features, performance, and relevance for a broad audience. The first four chatbots highlighted on the GPT Store are called AllTrails (linked to the app of the same name; discovery of hiking routes), Consensus ( same; search on a base of 200 million academic articles), Code Tutor (coding assistant by Khan Academy) and Books (recommended readings). OpenAI promises to launch a monetization program by the end of the first quarter of 2024. Little is known at the moment other than that it will start in the United States and that it will remunerate creators based on the use of their GPT.

Can OpenAI Mine Data?

By default, OpenAI reserves the right to exploit additional data (knowledge) that is communicated to the GPTs. It is possible to turn this off with a chatbot. As for data in conversations, “it depends on the service,” OpenAI explains. The company grants itself the right to exploit the content submitted to ChatGPT, DALL-E, and its other services “for individuals.” And this “may include discussions with GPTs.”

“If it’s not too much trouble, note that we don’t utilize information put together by clients of our business offers like our Programming interface, ChatGPT Group and ChatGPT Endeavor,” we are told. As it stands, GPT creators cannot access conversations. OpenAI says it is considering giving them access to analyses.

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