AI bots with distinct personalities – meet GPTs

Credit: Open AI

In an exciting announcement made during OpenAI’s first developer conference in San Francisco, the creators of ChatGPT introduced a groundbreaking tool that is set to revolutionize the way we interact with artificial intelligence. Named GPTs, these customizable chatbots allow users to design their own personal AI companions tailored to specific purposes and personalities.

Developed by OpenAI, the new tool, GPTs, shares its underlying systems with the renowned ChatGPT. However, GPTs can be personalized with specific instructions and even imbued with distinct personalities, giving users unprecedented control over their AI interactions. This upgraded model powers both ChatGPT and the newly customized GPTs, ensuring users experience enhanced capabilities and seamless interactions.

What Sets GPTs Apart?

Unlike ChatGPT, where most of its personality is predefined by OpenAI, GPTs are niche-specific, designed to fulfill unique purposes based on custom instruction sets written by users. Whether you want an AI companion to emulate a Tudor Chirila – style provide political critics using metaphors and comparisons, or crazy love stories and lyrics, GPTs can cater to your specific needs.

OpenAI is set to launch a GPTs store at the end of this month, where users can showcase their custom GPT creations. Although it remains unclear whether these personalized chatbots can be sold, OpenAI has confirmed that users uploading their creations will have the opportunity to monetize their innovations, opening the door for creative minds to explore new possibilities in the world of AI technology.

As we eagerly anticipate the official launch of the GPTs store, it’s clear that OpenAI’s innovative approach to AI customization is reshaping the landscape of artificial intelligence.

With GPTs, the future of personalized, purpose-driven AI interactions is now within reach, empowering users to explore, create, and connect in ways previously unimaginable.

More info on Open AI GPT’s Page: Introducing GPTs (

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