OpenAI’s ChatGPT has made headlines once again with its latest announcement – the release of a plugin that will allow the AI chatbot to browse the internet and perform a variety of tasks. This new feature will be made available through ChatGPT plugins, giving the chatbot the ability to access third-party databases and knowledge sources from the web.
The ChatGPT plugins are currently in Alpha and will be offered to a limited set of developers and ChatGPT premium subscribers. OpenAI plans to release the feature on a larger scale alongside API access in the future.
In addition to the release of these plugins, OpenAI also announced that developers will soon be able to create and release their own plugins for ChatGPT.
“We’re beginning to gradually enable existing plugins from our early collaborators for ChatGPT users, beginning with ChatGPT Plus subscribers. We’re also beginning to roll out the ability for developers to create their own plugins for ChatGPT,” said OpenAI in a blog post.
The release of these plugins marks another milestone for ChatGPT, which has already made a name for itself as one of the most visited websites in the world and secured a $10 billion deal with Microsoft. With this new feature, ChatGPT’s capabilities are set to expand even further, and its potential uses are sure to capture the attention of developers and users alike.