OpenAI postpones GPT store launch to 2024
Microsoft is a major investor in OpenAI, with a 49 per cent stake in the for-profit entity that the nonprofit board controls,The GPT store will be a marketplace where users of OpenAI's GPT builders can sell and share the GPTs they've created.
OpenAI has announced a delay in the launch of its highly anticipated GPT Store, pushing the release to the upcoming year, as revealed in an email sent to GPT Builder subscribers. The company cited unforeseen challenges that have kept them occupied and prompted the shift in the launch timeline, according to a report by The Verge.
The email outlined OpenAI's acknowledgment of unexpected hurdles, expressing, "While we had initially anticipated releasing the GPT Store this month, unforeseen developments have been keeping us busy." Consequently, the revised plan is to introduce the GPT Store early next year, a deviation from the originally scheduled December launch.
In the communication, OpenAI reassured users that efforts are ongoing to enhance ChatGPT. Despite the delay in the GPT Store launch, the company aims to deliver an upgraded experience for users.
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OpenAI has recently navigated a series of noteworthy events, including the departure and subsequent return of Sam Altman as CEO, a public uprising by hundreds of employees, the appointment of a new CEO, and Microsoft securing a non-voting observer seat on OpenAI's board.
The latest development marks Sam Altman's official return to the role of CEO at OpenAI after a dramatic episode last month. Notably, Microsoft's significant investment in OpenAI, holding a 49% stake in the for-profit entity governed by the nonprofit board, has added complexity to the organizational dynamics.
The GPT Store, once launched, will serve as a marketplace where users of OpenAI's GPT builders can share and sell the GPTs they've developed, fostering a collaborative ecosystem for AI enthusiasts and developers.
(With input from IANS)