OpenAI announced plans to API two popular artificial intelligence models ChatGPT And Whisper make it available to developers so that they can integrate it into their applications and services, and doing so will be significantly cheaper than using its existing language models.
OpenAI says in its statement that its ChatGPT API can be used in many ways beyond creating an AI chat interface, and it also points to several companies that have used it for this purpose, such as Snap’s My AI feature, which launched earlier this year. The week was introduced. The company explains that its new model family, known as the gpt-3.5-turbo, is “the best model for many non-chat uses”.
ChatGPT API fee
The API is priced at $0.002 per 1,000 tokens (about 750 words), which OpenAI says is about 10 times cheaper than existing GPT-3.5 models. The company writes in its statement:
“Through a series of extensive system optimizations, we’ve managed to reduce the cost of using ChatGPT by 90% since December.”
In addition to Snapchat, which recently introduced its My AI bot, other early adopters of the ChatGPT API include Quizlet, an educational platform to help students, and Instacart, which plans to add an Ask Instacart feature to its service later this year. However, customers can ask questions about the food.
The Whisper API, based on the Whisper-G-V2 open source model, is available for $0.006/min and supports inputs in M4A, MP3, MP4, and MPEG formats.
Introduced in late November, ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence model that can generate text in many styles based on user needs. Whisper is another speech-to-text model launched in September that can convert users’ voices into text. The ChatGPT and Whisper APIs are available starting today, and you’ll need an OpenAI account and a payment method to use them.