Throughout October, Meta-owned WhatsApp banned a record-breaking 7,548,000 accounts in India in order to enforce the new IT Rules 2021. According to WhatsApp’s monthly compliance report, 19,19,000 of these were proactively prohibited prior to user reports.
Details on Sam Altman has rejoined OpenAI as CEO; the bespoke GPT store launch has been postponed until early 2024
With more than 500 million users in the nation, the platform had 9,063 reports of complaints in October. Twelve of these reports resulted in action, meaning that WhatsApp took corrective action in response to the reports, either by banning an account or restoring one that had previously been banned.
According to an internal memo that Reuters was able to get on Friday, OpenAI, the company that created ChatGPT, has decided to delay the launch of its unique GPT store until early 2024.
The bespoke GPTs and corresponding store were first revealed at the company’s first developer conference in November and were supposed to launch later that same month.
In the memo, the business emphasizes that it is committed to enhancing the GPTs through user feedback and describes continuous attempts to “make improvements.”
Significant internal changes have been occurring at the same time as this delay, most notably the sudden dismissal and then reinstatement of CEO Sam Altman in response to resignation threats from workers.
These GPTs are examples of early AI assistant models that can carry out useful functions like making travel reservations for people. They should also make it possible for people to share their GPTs and make money from user interaction.
As for the drama in the OpenAI boardroom, it appears to be over for the time being. After the chaos that lasted for five days in the boardroom, Altman officially returned to his role as CEO last Monday. Microsoft has notably obtained a non-voting board position at OpenAI.