OpenAI has indicated that it will soon provide professionals with a paid, premium version of its popular chatbot, ChatGPT.
A conversational dialogue model trained by AI and machine learning to comprehend and respond to natural human language is known as ChatGPT.
TechCrunch reported that OpenAI posted a waitlist on its official discord server to see how interested users were in a premium version and how much they were willing to pay.
OpenAI also said that they were looking for ways to “monetize ChatGPT” to ensure the bot’s “long-term viability” in an announcement on their official discord.
In a previous Twitter thread, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said that the bot was currently costing the company “single-digit cents per chat” and that they were figuring out how to “optimize it.”
Additionally, the waitlist outlines the professional advantages of a premium plan, which include 24/7 availability, no throttle, and an unlimited number of bot chats.
The company stated that signees on the waitlist would be the first to test the professional version; however, it made it clear that the product was still in the experimental stage and would not be widely available for some time.
OpenAI anticipates earning $200 million in revenue this year and has set goals to earn $1 billion in revenue by 2024, according to a report from Reuters.