ChatGPT Plus is OpenAI’s brand-new subscription offering for its AI chatbot, which was introduced not too long ago. Additional capabilities and features are added to ChatGPT’s Plus membership level as compared to the standard plan.
Notably, the company has stated that it has no plans to discontinue offering ChatGPT’s free services, and the newly introduced Plus plan includes additional functionality for its customers.
A subscription to ChatGPT Plus will set you back $20 a month, and for the time being, it is only available to users in the United States. It won’t be long before it’s available in all the counties. In addition to that, the AI company is probably going to invite some of the people who are now on the waiting list to participate in the ChatGPT Plus program. According to OpenAI, this new subscription plan will make it possible for users to obtain free access to the ChatGPT as well as availability.
In relation to the features, users who have subscribed to ChatGPT Plus will have access to the services even at the busiest times. In addition, those who subscribe to Plus have access to a speedier response time and will have first access to any new features that are released. It has been speculated that these functionalities are comparable to those of the ChatGPT Pro and the ChatGPT Plus that have been exposed.
According to OpenAI, the business is ensuring that it makes various modifications to the AI platform depending on the feedback it receives during the research preview. These adjustments are being made as a result of the research preview. It is interesting to note that the company has also reaffirmed its intention to introduce its ChatGPT API, a business-integrated ChatGPT platform that will be coupled with preexisting applications and services.
In the meanwhile, the company has introduced a new tool that is designed to assist in determining whether or not the material has been written by an artificial intelligence program and then presented as having been written by a human.
This tool will indicate content that was generated by other AI writing software in addition to stuff written by OpenAI’s products. The company did note, however, that “it still has a number of limitations — so it should be used as a complement to other methods rather than being the major decision-making tool.”
Only 26% of the material that was created by AI was able to be accurately identified in the tests conducted by the business that is supported by Microsoft Corp. In addition to that, it identified nine percent of human-authored content as having been written by AI.
According to a statement released by the company on Tuesday, the software, which is referred to as a classifier, will be made available as a web app, along with some materials for instructors.
Concerns about authorship have surfaced as a result of the growing popularity of ChatGPT since students and workers are using the bot to create reports and material and presenting it as their own work. It has also sparked concerns regarding the ease with which misinformation campaigns can be automatically manufactured.