We are taking an iterative approach to deploy plugins in ChatGPT as we must ensure their real-world use, impact, and safety is appropriate for our mission. Therefore, these plugins will be gradually released so we can assess these parameters in a controlled environment.
Since we launched ChatGPT, users have been clamoring for plugins – and many developers have also been exploring similar concepts – as they open up a huge range of potential applications.
We plan to expand the number of users accessing our services gradually. Starting with a small group of users, we are looking to grant access to plugin developers and ChatGPT users and offer an API for product integration after an alpha period.
We’re enthused to form a group that will be instrumental in determining the future of human–AI interaction.
ChatGPT offers developers invited off the waitlist the ability to enable plugins they have built using our comprehensive documentation. This then enables the prompt shown to the language model to list each enabled plugin alongside instructions on how to use them.
Using the likes of Expedia, FiscalNote, Instacart, KAYAK, Klarna, Milo, OpenTable, Shopify, Slack, Speak Wolfram, and Zapier as a starting point for their work on plugins; the first plugins have been created.
The ChatGPT plugins for automated chatbot conversations offer a valuable tool for businesses and organizations looking to improve customer service and engagement. By harnessing the power of AI, these plugins can provide a more personalized and efficient customer experience, leading to increased customer satisfaction and loyalty. However, they should be used with other channels and methods to ensure a holistic approach to customer service.