- OpenAI is launching major ChatGPT updates at its first developer conference on November 6th, revealed through leaks.
- New features include Gizmo for building custom chatbots, Team Plan subscriptions, and integrations with Google Drive and Microsoft 365.
- Other updates involve reduced GPT-4 pricing, faster response times, and expanded model access to make ChatGPT more customizable and integrated.
OpenAI is preparing to unveil major updates to ChatGPT at its first-ever developer conference on November 6th. Leaks reveal new features including custom chatbots, business subscriptions, and integrations with Google and Microsoft products.
Custom Chatbots via Gizmo
The leaks show OpenAI will announce a new tool called Gizmo for creating, managing, and selecting custom chatbots. Gizmo will allow users to:
- Import, test, and modify existing chatbots in a sandbox environment
- Define additional chatbot functionality using OpenAPI specs
- Add knowledge files for chatbots to reference
- Access tools for web browsing, image creation, etc.
- View and analyze chatbot usage data
- Save, share, and publish finished chatbots
- Browse and share chatbots created by others
There will also be a wizard called Magic Creator to guide users through building chatbots with an interactive interface.
New Team Plan and Workspace
OpenAI is introducing Team Plan subscriptions for $30/month ($25 with annual commitment) that add benefits like unlimited fast GPT-4 access, longer contexts, unlimited advanced model use, and more.
The workspace feature will separate personal and workspace chatbots and allow integrating external systems like CRM.
Connectors to Google and Microsoft
Screenshots reveal OpenAI is building context connectors that link ChatGPT to Google Drive and Microsoft 365. This will allow attaching documents from those services to conversations or as context for ChatGPT.
Other Rumored Updates
Other leaked updates include:
- Reduced pricing for GPT-4 API
- Faster response times from GPT-4
- General access to the 32k model version
The leaks indicate OpenAI is rapidly evolving ChatGPT with expansive new features ahead of their developer conference on November 6th. The updates aim to make ChatGPT more customizable for businesses and integrated with popular productivity tools.