Launching The GPT Store For Personalized AI Assistants

With the launch of its new GPT Store, OpenAI gives customers access to personalized AI helpers.

OpenAI reports that since the introduction of personalized “GPTs” two months ago, more than three million bespoke assistants have been built by users. Now, builders can share their work in the special store.

The store employs helpers with a variety of interests, including programming, art, research, education, lifestyle, and more. OpenAI is showcasing the assistants it thinks will be most helpful, like:

AllTrails’s personal trail recommendations

Looking up scholarly articles using Consensus

Increasing coding proficiency with Khan Academy’s Code Tutor; creating presentations using Canva; recommending books from Books; receiving math assistance from CK-12 Flexi

According to OpenAI, creating an assistant is easy and doesn’t require any coding experience. To share one, builders currently need to make it accessible to ‘Anyone with the link’ and verify their profile.

To guarantee compliance, OpenAI released new usage regulations and brand standards. Before assistants are listed, an automated and human evaluation procedure is used. Concerning content can also be flagged by users. 

In Q12024, OpenAI will compensate US-based builders who meet certain requirements for user engagement with their assistants. More specifics on exact payment requirements will be released closer to launch.

OpenAI released ChatGPT Team plans for teams of all sizes for enterprise users. These give users access to a protected company-specific assistant area within a private store that is published directly to their workspace.

Customers of ChatGPT Enterprise will shortly have admin controls for internal sharing and the ability to choose which external helpers can be used by staff members. Discussions are not utilized to enhance OpenAI’s models, as is the case with all ChatGPT Team and Enterprise content.

Very few apps have ever attained ChatGPT’s level of adoption. By offering incentives to developers to produce assistants that benefit both businesses and consumers, OpenAI hopes to capitalize on this momentum with its new marketplaces and revenue streams.