ChatGPT has emerged as the flagship product of all generative artificial intelligence (AI), but there’s a plethora of tools beyond it, as exemplified by the recently launched store.
GPT, short for generative pre-trained transformers, covers various functions, all driven by AI. While ChatGPT is essentially an AI-powered chat, a range of other tools are making waves as well.
Some of the most sought-after GPTs, as voted by OpenAI’s community, include Consensus, which serves as an AI research assistant by scouring over 200 million academic papers for science-based answers. Another academic-focused GPT, AskYourPDF Research Assistant, elevates this further by integrating a chat function to discuss multiple files simultaneously and even generate fresh articles to aid in your research.
Switching gears to coding, Grimoire is a popular GPT that can write code for entire websites with just a few quick prompts. It supports over 20 programming languages.
There’s room for creatives too, with VideoGPT by Veed allowing you to produce high-quality videos by using prompts, Logo Creator (as the name suggests), and OpenAI’s very own DALL-E image generator.
How to access the new GPT store
You can easily access the new GPT store by visiting chat.openai.com and clicking on ‘Explore GPTs’. The store is set up to feature top daily picks, popular community GPTs, and a dedicated section for GPTs produced by OpenAI.
Search for GPT names or functions within the navigation bar or navigate through topics like Writing, Productivity, Research & Analysis, Programming, Education, and Lifestyle.
To use other GPTs, you need to be signed up to ChatGPT Plus, available for $20 a month. This not only gives you access to the GPT store but also provides users with guaranteed access, even during peak times when the free version is at capacity. Premium users also get first access to new models and generally experience faster response times across all models.
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