OpenAI starts ChatGPT Store - deine Info-Quelle für KI/AI-News

In line with OpenAI’s ongoing commitment to presenting innovative solutions in the world of Artificial Intelligence, ChatGPT announced the launch of their ChatGPT Store for the following week.

This development marks a significant milestone by enabling users to share and disseminate their own applications based on ChatGPT.

To ensure smooth integration and compliance, certain guidelines and restrictions must be observed. OpenAI has updated its policies for GPTs and established general guidelines for the use of GPTs:

Key Guidelines for GPTs in the ChatGPT Store:

  • Naming: GPTs should have short, concise names suitable for display in the ChatGPT sidebar. Names should have the character of an app or service, not the title of documents or videos. While not prohibited, names ending in “GPT” are discouraged.
  • Brand Consistency: If the GPT is part of an existing service and offers similar functions, it is recommended to use the same name. If the GPT is an extension, the name should be adjusted accordingly (e.g., “Meowlytics API Helper”).
  • Trademark Rights: The use of other organizations’ brand names or logos in GPT names or logos is only permitted with the appropriate authorization. Developers must verify their domain to use many common brands.
  • Restrictions: Names that refer to public figures, obscenities, or harmful themes are not allowed. GPTs using third-party services can mention this in their description.

Prohibited Use of Models:

OpenAI prohibits, among other things, the use of its models for the following purposes (more information):

  • Illegal Activities: Any use of the models for unlawful purposes.
  • Content Regarding Child Sexual Abuse: Any content that exploits or harms children.
  • Hate-filled, Harassing, or Violent Content: Content that promotes hatred, harassment, threat, glorification of violence, or humiliation.
  • Malware Creation: Content aimed at creating harmful software.
  • High-risk Activities for Physical Harm: Weapon development, military and warfare, management of critical infrastructures.
  • Promotion of Self-harm: Content promoting self-injury, suicide, or eating disorders.
  • High-risk Activities for Economic Harm: Multi-level marketing, gambling, short-term loans, automated lending.
  • Fraudulent or Deceptive Activities: Fraud, plagiarism, academic dishonesty, astroturfing, disinformation.
  • Adult Content and Dating Apps: Erotic chat, pornography, sexual services (excluding sexual education).
  • Political Campaigns or Lobbying: Creation of campaign material, development of chatbots for political purposes.
  • Privacy Violation: Surveillance without consent, facial recognition, unlawful data collection.
  • Legal and Financial Advice: Unauthorized legal or financial advice.
  • Medical Diagnoses and Treatments: Making diagnoses or treatment recommendations.
  • High-risk Government Decisions: Law enforcement, migration, and asylum matters.

These guidelines reflect OpenAI’s endeavor to promote safe, responsible, and ethical use of AI technologies. The GPT Store opens exciting possibilities but also carries the responsibility to use this technology wisely and in accordance with the established guidelines.

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