OpenAI’s DevDay on Nov. 6 was a big hit. Sam Altman and the company announced the following:
- New GPT-4 Turbo model that is more capable, cheaper and supports a 128K context window
- New Assistants API that makes it easier for developers to build their own assistive AI apps that have goals and can call models and tools
- New multimodal capabilities in the platform, including vision, image creation (DALL·E 3), and text-to-speech (TTS)
- Copyright Shield: OpenAI will defend customers from copyright lawsuits.
In terms of the Copyright Shield, Altman said: “We’re introducing copyright shield. Copyright shield means that we will step in and defend our customers and pay the costs incurred, if you face legal claims or on copyright infringement, and this applies both to ChatGPT Enterprise and the API. Let me be clear, this is a good time to remind people do not train on data from the API or ChatGPT Enterprise ever.”