OpenAI allows you to create your own ChatGPT chatbot without programming skills

OpenAI has launched a new platform that allows users to create custom versions of ChatGPT tailored to specific use cases without any programming skills. These custom AI agents, called GPTs, will soon be available in the GPT Store, according to The Verge.

Although details about the store are still limited, OpenAI plans to pay authors based on the usage of their GPTs. Access to these GPTs will be exclusive to paid ChatGPT Plus subscribers and OpenAI’s corporate clients, who will be able to create GPTs for internal use by their employees.

The announcement was made at DevDay, an OpenAI developer conference in San Francisco. In addition to custom GPTs, OpenAI also announced a more powerful but cheaper GPT-4, and reduced prices for developers who integrate its models into their applications,
and also announced that the number of ChatGPT users has reached 100 million weekly users.