OpenAI will postpone the launch of its GPT Store to early 2024. This was written by the website The Verge, which would have seen an email sent by the board of directors to employees. The Store is a digital platform where anyone can sell and buy custom chatbots, based on the Gpt Builder artificial intelligence engine, presented during OpenAI's first developer conference. The main reason for the postponement seems to be the affair of Sam Altman, the current CEO who, within a few days, had first been fired and then reinstated at the helm of the organization. Meanwhile, OpenAI's main investor, Microsoft, has officially released Copilot, formerly known as Bing Chat, which comes out of the preview stage and becomes an AI available to everyone on Windows 11 operating system. Copilot can immediately count on the computing power of GPT-4 Turbo, OpenAI's new language model, capable of generating the equivalent of more than 300 pages of text with a single question. "We plan to launch the GPT Store early next year," OpenAI's email to employees reads. "While we were expecting it to debut this month, a few things have kept us unexpectedly busy." In the same communication, the company points out that it has made improvements to the GPT model based on user feedback and says that some updates are on the way, without specifying which ones. Recently, OpenAI announced the formation of a new board of directors, which includes Microsoft's representation as a non-voting observer.
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