OpenAI Kick Starts its GPT Earnings Programme in the US

OpenAI Kick Starts its GPT Earnings Programme in the US

As promised earlier this month, OpenAI has announced that it is partnering with small groups of US builders for testing usage-based GPT earnings, with the goal of rewarding the creativity of the users of the GPT Builder and building an ecosystem.

We’re partnering with a small group of US builders to test usage-based GPT earnings. Our goal is to create a vibrant ecosystem where builders are rewarded for their creativity and impact and we look forward to collaborating with builders on the best approach to get there.

— OpenAI (@OpenAI) March 27, 2024

OpenAI launched the GPT Store on March 12 for ChatGPT Plus, Team, and Enterprise users, providing access to a variety of GPTs developed by partners and the community.

The company then said that the GPT Store would allow users, specifically ChatGPT Plus and enterprise subscribers, to sell and share tailored AI agents based on GPT-4. OpenAI had announced that in Q1, it will launch a GPT builder revenue program. In this initial phase, US builders will be compensated based on user engagement with their GPTs, which is now starting.

Two months after the announcement of GPTs, users have already generated over 3 million custom versions of ChatGPT.

The company said that the GPT Store, accessible at chat.openai.com/gpts, showcases a diverse range of GPTs across categories such as DALL·E, writing, research, programming, education, and lifestyle. Users can explore popular and trending GPTs on the community leaderboard, gaining insights into the latest developments.

OpenAI recently expanded its ChatGPT offerings with the introduction of ChatGPT Team. ChatGPT Team features a dedicated collaborative workspace for teams and admin tools for efficient team management.

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