ChatGPT becomes paid as OpenAI ponders monetizing the chatbot

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ChatGPT announced premium paid version

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OpenAI Corporation has announced that it is now taking sign-ups for “ChatGPT Professional,” an experimental paid version of its ChatGPT chatbot.

According to the corporation, ChatGPT Professional will be “always available,” will offer “quick replies” without limits, and will give users “at least” twice as many replies per day compared to the free version of the chatbot.

ChatGPT becomes paid as OpenAI ponders monetizing the chatbot

We are starting to think about how to monetize ChatGPT. Our goal is to continue to improve and maintain the service, and monetization is one way we are looking at ensuring its long-term viability

the company said in a Discord message
But ChatGPT is still unaware of it.

OpenAI also stated that, as a part of its effort to monetize ChatGPT, it is currently in talks with Microsoft about integrating its products into the latter’s proprietary software. In return, Microsoft would provide OpenAI with $10 billion in funding, as well as processing power to train its AI systems.

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