In a groundbreaking move, OpenAI is gearing up to introduce a ‘GPT Builder’ feature, expanding the capabilities of its already versatile ChatGPT service. Just ahead of OpenAI’s inaugural developer conference, a leak has surfaced via The Decoder, revealing details of a custom chatbot creator. This tool boasts familiar functions present in GPT-4, such as internet navigation and advanced data processing.
Early peeks into the update emerged when a user named Choi posted a summary of the rumored features, and recently, Tibor Blaho, an SEO tools developer, showcased the user interface through a demonstration video. The leaked visuals display a ‘GPT Builder’ option, where prompts like “make a creative who helps generate visuals for new products” can be used to craft a specialized chatbot.
This intuitive ‘Create’ interface offers users the flexibility to set a bot’s language, tone, and style. The ‘Configure’ section allows for further personalization, including naming the bot, defining its capabilities, and specifying restrictions. Users also could enhance the bot’s intelligence by uploading data and toggling functions like web exploration and visual content generation.
A ‘Preview pane’ adjoins these options, enabling real-time testing and tweaking of the bot. Blaho’s LinkedIn post went on to provide a comprehensive analysis of the GPT Builder tool.
Additionally, OpenAI seems to be expanding its subscription models with an ‘Enterprise Team’ plan. Based on the information Choi uncovered, this plan is tailored for team use, offering high-speed GPT-4 access and extended context lengths. With two pricing tiers — “Flexible” at $30 per month and “Annual” at a reduced rate of $25 per month, per user, both requiring a minimum of three users — OpenAI is setting the stage for wider and more collaborative use of its AI offerings.