Maybe you’ve used it to write a paper, help you brainstorm, write a song, or figure out what you’re going to do at the gym. But if rumours are to be believed, a pro version of the AI chatbot ChatGPT may be on the horizon. Here’s what we know about it.
A more powerful version of the viral AI-powered chatbot, ChatGPT, may soon be launched if media reports are to be believed. The enhanced version will be known as ChatGPT pro. The users can expect faster results and access to the latest updates, and, yes, it will be a paid service.
However, OpenAI, the San Francisco-based company which launched ChatGPT in November last year, is yet to make any official announcement regarding the updated version. And, currently, the service isn’t available to everyone, and only a select few have been granted access.
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What is the price of ChatGPT pro?
According to some users, they have been able to access ChatGPT Pro for USD 42 per month. However, there has been no official confirmation from the company vis-à-vis the price and the launch.
New ChatGPT pricing! pic.twitter.com/j7cGtcDSSn
— Zahid Khawaja (@chillzaza_) January 21, 2023
ChatGPT, the free version, is already available for anyone using the Internet, and users can continue to use OpenAI’s chatbot the way they have been since its launch in November 2022.
Features of ChatGPT Pro
Again, there is no official communication regarding the features of the ChatGPT professional, but, according to some information shared by a few experts, the pro users might get:
- Always on availability: This means no downtime. ChatGPT Pro will allow premium users to use the chatbot even during high traffic to its portal.
- Faster responses: The screenshot shared by AI developer Zahid Khawaja shows that the paid version will have a faster response compared to its free sibling. This will allow users to generate quicker answers to their queries.
- Priority access to new features: The subscribers of the professional version will also get priority access to upgrades in the future.
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This story originally appeared on Augustman India.