As users and researchers discuss ChatGPT’s performance over time, OpenAI remains committed to improving its generative AI chatbot. Logan Kilpatrick, OpenAI’s developer advocate, announced a series of updates rolling out for ChatGPT.
The latest features include example prompts, suggested replies, and follow-up questions to reduce fatigue. Additionally, ChatGPT Plus subscribers can now enjoy a default GPT-4 setting, eliminating the need to toggle on the latest language model for each chat. Support for multiple file uploads with the OpenAI Code Interpreter plugin is also among the enhancements.
Initial user feedback has been mixed, with some praising the new additions while others raise concerns, particularly regarding example prompts’ potential distraction for individuals with ADHD.
As users explore and integrate these updates into their workflows, it remains to be seen which features will become popular and which may face rejection. Furthermore, reports indicate that OpenAI has filed a trademark application for GPT-5, showcasing its dedication to advancing language models and exploring additional features, such as artificial speech and language translation.