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GPT store is now Open – OpenAI’s App Store Moment

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GPT store is now Open – OpenAI’s App Store moment

The GPT store is finally here. OpenAI has officially debuted the much-awaited GPT store. This event has been billed as potentially a milestone event for the generative AI industry. The GPT store will allow developers to create and sell customized chatbots directly to the companies. Developers, therefore, will enjoy a monetization opportunity and earn a handsome revenue. OpenAI’s GPT store will feature wide variety of chatbots, from virtual assistants and customer service bots to marketing tools. Overall, a GPT store will have similar features that app stores have. This means users can browse the store by category or price and they can rate a chatbot before or after making the purchase.


OpenAI launches new subscription plan at $30 per month

In a surprising move, OpenAI has just launched a new subscription plan. Named as ChatGPT Team, this new subscription plan will be targeting small team of up to 149 people. It has been priced at $30 per user per month or $25 per month if billed annually. Small companies subscribing to ChatGPT Team will be able to enjoy OpenAI’s latest LLMs GPT 4 and DALL-E 3. It will also allow members within the team to create and share customized chatbots in the newly launched GPT store. As an additional benefit, the ChatGPT Team subscribers will get privileged access to new features in the near feature.


Amazon Prime Video & MGM is laying off employees  

Amazon is not done with mass layoffs yet. The company is all set to layoff scores of employees from its entertainment subsidiary companies Amazon Prime Video & MGM Studio. Although exact numbers have not been made public, nearly 100 employees in both companies are likely to lose their job. This move is part of Amazon’s broad cost-cutting measure announced in 2023, which saw the company removing over 27,000 employees across various divisions. Amazon will be paying severance packages and other support services to effected employees. In another bad news, Amazon’s gaming division Twitch is also laying off nearly 500 employees.


Netflix claims Ad Tier plan crosses 23 million subscribers

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Netflix’s Advertising Chief, Amy Reinhard, has made a strong claim about Netflix’s recently launched ad supported plan in a latest interview. Reinhard said that the subscriber numbers of the ad supported plan has crossed over 23 million global monthly active users. She further claimed that the company is equally pleased with the high engagement rate with engagement rate touching nearly 85%, which means most subscribers are spending more than 2 hours per day on the platform. if there is any truth to this claim then the streaming giant is likely to announcement good numbers in the upcoming quarterly results.


GPT-4 Turbo now powers Microsoft Copilot

There is an exciting news for Microsoft Copilot users. Microsoft Copilot has just received a significant upgrade as it will be powered by OpenAI’s GPT-4 Turbo. You can now expect Copilot to assist with code generation, bug fixing, and even writing documentation with greater accuracy and nuance. GPT-4 Turbo is one of OpenAI’s powerful LLMs and its integration can prove to be a real gamechanger for Copilot. However, it must be noted that the integration of GPT-4 Turbo is still in its early stages. Users can expect it to be rolled out gradually, with select features becoming available first. It will be interesting to see how much impact this will have on the popularity of ChatGPT and Bard.

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