OpenAI’s GPT Store Is Here
I was in the midst of composing an article titled “OpenAI’s GPT Store is Coming,” following Sam Altman, OpenAI’s CEO, revealing at his Dev Day keynote that a GPT application store would debut this month. I anticipated the launch in the third or fourth week, but surprisingly, it went live just two days after the announcement. That was unexpectedly quick. What is GPT Store? The GPT Store serves as a marketplace where users can find and access various GPTs, customized versions of ChatGPT designed for specific purposes. Users can also create and publish their own GPTs to the GPT Store. To do this, users need to create a GPT account and then submit their GPT for review. Once a GPT has been approved, it will be published to the GPT Store and made available to other users. “We believe if you give people the tools, they will do amazing things,” — Sam Altman , Ex CEO of OpenAI. How to access the GPT Store Head over to ChatGPT and click on the “Explore” button at the upper left side of your screen. This will redirect you to the Discovery page. From the Discovery page, you can explore the top GPT apps and give them a try, or you can create your own GPT For instance, a GPT named Dall-E, powered by OpenAI’s Dall-E 3, generates images upon request.
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