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You can now create your own version of ChatGPT, sell it in OpenAI app store, and they’ll defend you on copyright claims

 
 

I’ll admit I was getting fatigued with (extreme ChatGPT hype), but I finally had a chance to look at the OpenAI Dev Day announcements from last week, and the future looks bright in a few ways.

First, OpenAI is going to let anyone create their own version of ChatGPT.

Think about content brands using it to turn their body of work into a chatbot. Professor Scott Galloway did this with his body of work, but he did it the hard way with a bunch of money and resources. Now anyone can do this fast and cheap.

Also think about how many companies who’ve been saying “we’re interested in AI but don’t know what do do with it or don’t have the resources to work on it.” Now those barriers are gone.

Second, once you build a GPT app, you can sell it in a new app store Open AI is launching. This is as big a moment as the Apple App Store, if not bigger because you don’t need as many technical skills to develop some of these apps.

Third, OpenAI will protect Enterprise and API users against legal risk with CEO Sam Altman saying “We can defend our customers and pay the costs incurred if you face legal claims around copyright infringement.”

The Verge has details on all OpenAI Dev Day announcements in the link below. It’s well worth checking out.

In case you missed OpenAI's developer day, the company that brought you ChatGPT is enabling basically anyone to capitalize on the AI era. Here's a rundown.

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