OpenAI is set to introduce cost-reducing updates and faster development tools for software applications based on its AI models, aiming to attract more businesses.
These updates will include memory storage in developer tools, potentially slashing application-making costs by up to 20 times and addressing cost concerns.
New tools, like vision capabilities for image analysis, will be introduced, enabling applications in entertainment and medicine.
OpenAI aspires to transform from a consumer sensation into a robust developer platform, aligning with CEO Sam Altman's vision.
The company will unveil these features at its first developer conference on November 6 to entice businesses to build AI-powered applications.
These updates, including a stateful API and vision API, aim to attract more developers to access OpenAI's models for creating various AI applications, like writing assistants and customer service bots.