OpenAI recently released an update that added the ability to upload various file formats, including PDFs, as well as automatic tool switching within the platform.
According to a new leak, ChatGPT will soon allow users to create their own chatbots.
OpenAI To Unveil A New Feature
According to The Decoder, user CHOI shared a list of leaked features that OpenAI is set to unveil yesterday, November 6, at its developer conference.
Among these features, the GPT Builder stands out.
GPT Builder, formerly known as Magic Maker, is said to provide the ability to create personalized AI chatbots with an interactive interface.
Users can customize the language, tone, and writing style of the chatbot.
Users could then test the chatbot and adjust its behavior through conversations after it was created.
Furthermore, the tool may make it easier to deploy and share these chatbots.
New AI Chatbots Features
According to reports, GPT Builder can now generate profile pictures for AI chatbots by leveraging the capabilities of DALL-E.
According to a post by user Tibor Blaho, the feature formerly known as “Magic Maker” for creating new GPTs has been renamed “GPT Builder.”
Notably, the “Welcome Message” feature has been removed, and GPT Builder can now use DALL-E to create profile pictures for new GPTs.
GPT Builder is just one of the revealed features in OpenAI’s anticipated announcements today.
Another leaked feature is the Gizmo tool, which provides enhanced capabilities with AI chatbots.
According to the report, this tool will provide users with a sandbox environment in which to import, modify, and test existing chatbots.
Additionally, the Gizmo tool is configured to allow users to specify custom actions for their chatbots via OpenAPI specifications.
It is said to provide a variety of tools for tasks such as image creation and web browsing.
Users will be able to save their created chatbots as drafts and then publish and share them with others once they are finished.
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