OpenAI Announces Its First Developer Conference ‘OpenAI DevDay’ 

Developer registration for in-person attendance will open in the coming weeks
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OpenAI today announced its first developer conference OpenAI DevDay which will be held on November 6 2023 in San Francisco. OpenAI in their blog post said that the developer registration for in-person attendance will open in the coming weeks and developers everywhere will be able to livestream the keynote.

This one-day event is poised to bring together hundreds of developers from across the globe, providing them with a unique opportunity to interact with the OpenAI team, get a sneak peek at upcoming tools, and engage in knowledge exchange.

Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, expressed excitement about the upcoming event, stating, “We’re looking forward to showing our latest work to enable developers to build new things,” 

OpenAI mentioned that today, over 2 million developers are using GPT-4, GPT-3.5, DALL·E and Whisper for a wide range of use cases—from integrating smart assistants into existing applications to building entirely new applications and services that weren’t possible before.

This conference comes on the heels of recent developments where OpenAI is looking for solutions for enterprise applications. 

OpenAI recently launched ChatGPT Enterprise for businesses which offers enterprise-grade security and privacy, unlimited higher-speed GPT-4 access, longer context windows for processing longer inputs, advanced data analysis capabilities and customization options. 

To attract developers OpenAI recently made fine-tuning for GPT-3.5 Turbo API available where they can customize models according to their needs and use cases. Additionally, a few weeks back, OpenAI announced Scale as its preferred partner to fine-tune GPT-3.5 for enterprises.  

Moreover OpenAI has plans to add specific and more powerful tools to ChatGPT Enterprise in the coming months for specific roles, such as data analysts, marketers, customer support and others.

Through OpenAI DevDay, the company said it is looking forward to bringing together developers from around the world to explore new tools and ideas. 
You can sign up for OpenAI DevDay here.

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Siddharth Jindal
Siddharth is a media graduate who loves to explore tech through journalism and putting forward ideas worth pondering about in the era of artificial intelligence.

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