New reports suggest that subscribers of ChatGPT Plus could soon enjoy the privilege of building their custom chatbots. Reports about the predicted ChatGPT update from OpenAI emerged via leaked visual material that previewed a tool known as Gizmo that is designed for the creation and oversight of chatbots.
Exploring the Leaked Update
The update which was initially speculated on by a X user known as Choi, was further illuminated by a video uploaded by Tibor Blaho, a developer involved in Search Engine Optimization instruments. The video depicted the visual interface for the update in operation, displaying a “GPT Builder” option.
More than 90% rumors:
– Gizmo announcement.
* Sandbox – Provides an environment to import, test, and modify existing chatbots.
* Custom Actions – Define additional functionality for your chatbot using OpenAPI specifications
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— CHOI (@arrakis_ai) November 2, 2023
This new feature allows subscribers to input a command or “prompt” to generate a chatbot. An example provided in the video instructed the chatbot to be creative and assist in developing visuals for innovative merchandise. This capability embodies advancements in machine learning and artificial intelligence offered by the GPT-4 model.
Following the inputting of the primary prompt, the creation process requires the user to opt for a default language, decide on the tone in which the chatbot communicates, and set a writing style. This level of customization could significantly improve how chatbots interact with end users and adapt to widely differing use cases.
This is coming sooner than you might think. ChatGPT's "context connectors" will allow you to "Connect apps to access their information in ChatGPT".
Google Drive – Attach Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides to your messages or add them as context to your conversations.
— Tibor Blaho (@btibor91) November 2, 2023
A Step Further into Customization
Once the primary configurations are in place, additional fields in a separate configuration tab await the builder's input. Here, the user assigns a name, provides a description, and formally instructs the chatbot regarding what it is empowered to do and what actions are beyond its programmed scope.
Alongside these seemingly routine operations, builders are presented with the opportunity to upload distinct files as a tailor-made knowledge database for their chatbot, allowing it to refer to the uploaded information and make intelligent responses. On top of that, the tool provides options to enhance the chatbot with additional capabilities such as web browsing and image creation, further expanding the functionality of the chatbots. Wrapping up the creation process, the builder can also undertake testing of their creation through a preview window that appears alongside the configuration functionalities.
Enterprises Gearing Up for Team Subscriptions
A part of the rumor, yet to be confirmed, suggests that OpenAI is in the process of developing a subscription plan tailored for enterprises, labeled as the “Team” plan. This plan is proposed to come in two variants: flexible and annual. The speculated features of the Team plan, as shared by Choi, include the provision of unrestricted high-speed GPT-4 capabilities and an extended response context that is four times the existing size. The plan seems to be priced at $25 per user per month, with a minimum of three users.