ChatGPT Plus, the subscription program to access OpenAI’s text-generating AI, is now accessible in India. The service includes the enhanced AI model GPT-4, which OpenAI rolled out this week.
Customers who choose the paid option of ChatGPT Plus will have the advantage of early access to its newest features, such as GPT-4, which was introduced in the United States in February after a period of testing. For a monthly fee of $20, subscribers will be able to use the service during peak hours, get quicker responses, and get first access to any new features and upgrades.
OpenAI offers a free edition of ChatGPT, with a few stipulations, on their website. If you don’t want to pay for it, you can still use it through Bing.
At the beginning, OpenAI required people to be on a waiting list in order to use ChatGPT Plus. Nevertheless, shortly after its launch, the venture made the subscription service accessible to everyone. The goal of this is to generate revenue from ChatGPT, which has become incredibly popular and drawn a lot of attention because of its AI-based conversational interactions over the past couple of months.
ChatGPT has faced some issues and restrictions due to its ability to generate responses which can be deceptive and make it seem as though it is an actual human. Its advanced conversational capabilities have been appealing to the public, which caused Microsoft, an early investor of OpenAI, to bring the experience into their services. Other rivals such as Baidu and Google have also started to create similar AI conversational programs.