OpenAI shifts from AGI talk to ChatGPT API release, as developers cheer
OpenAI, the research company focused on artificial intelligence (AI), has announced a new ChatGPT API that allows developers to easily integrate chatbots into their applications. The new API is a significant shift from the company’s earlier focus on AGI (artificial general intelligence), and it is likely to be welcomed by developers who have been looking for ways to easily add chatbots to their apps.
The new ChatGPT API is available in two forms: a paid version that offers more features and a free version that is limited to 10,000 queries per month. The paid version of the API costs $9 per month, and the free version is available for anyone to use.
The new API is based on the open source ChatGPT project, which was created by OpenAI researcher Dario Amodei. ChatGPT is a Natural Language Processing (NLP) model that can be used to generate responses to questions in a chatbot.
The new API allows developers to easily integrate chatbots into their applications without having to worry about the underlying NLP model. The API handles all of the NLP processing for developers, and it also includes a number of other features that make it easy to use.
The new API is available now, and developers can sign up for a free trial to get started.