ChatGPT, the popular AI text generator, has seen an increase in demand, leading to long wait times for users. To resolve this issue, OpenAI is exploring a subscription model for those who require faster speeds, reliable access, and priority to new features. This new iteration, known as ChatGPT Pro, is currently in the early access phase and not yet open to the public.
ChatGPT, which stands for Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer, is a highly accurate machine learning assistant that can conduct natural language conversations. It was trained on vast amounts of data from the internet before 2022, making it a top choice for AI enthusiasts and investors. With its advanced capabilities, it can perform tasks such as writing content, making calculations, generating code, and summarizing data.
According to sources, OpenAI is close to releasing ChatGPT Pro, which promises faster response times, more reliable access, and priority access to new features. The advanced version of the model is trained on a larger dataset and fine-tuned to carry out specific tasks, such as dialogue generation, summarization, and language translation, making it useful for customer service and personal assistant applications.
The cost of running ChatGPT, including hardware upgrades and daily upkeep, is estimated to be around $100,000 per day, or up to $3 million per month. OpenAI is looking to cover these costs through ChatGPT Pro subscriptions, which might be priced at $42 per month.
It’s important to note that while ChatGPT Pro is not yet available to the public, the free version of ChatGPT will still be available, though with possible blackout times, throttling, query quotas, and slower responses. Currently, ChatGPT Pro is in its early access phase, and only a select group of users are able to subscribe by invitation. OpenAI has not yet confirmed the leaks or the pricing, so stay tuned for updates.