OpenAI Slashes GPT Prices By Half and Makes ChatGPT Less Lazy

Artificial intelligence startup OpenAI has made significant changes to its GPT pricing , slashing GPT-3.5 input tokens by 50% among a raft of other changes. The company has also gone to great efforts to address technical issues that led some users to claim that GPT-4 had started to become lazy in its response to some coding questions, effectively not answering them. While ChatGPT continues to reign supreme as the business world’s chatbot of choice , there are more options out there, and they’re starting to provide more business-focused options too. Get the latest tech news, straight to your inbox Stay informed on the top business tech stories with Tech.co’s weekly highlights reel. By signing up to receive our newsletter, you agree to our Privacy Policy . You can unsubscribe at any time. OpenAI Slashes GPT Prices OpenAI published a blog post this week announcing that the company is “releasing new models, reducing prices for GPT-3.5 Turbo, and introducing new ways for developers to manage API keys and understand API usage.” The most exciting update is the reduced model pricing for GPT-3.5, which is the language model that currently powers the free version of ChatGPT, but is available for businesses to use at a generally cheaper rate than GPT-4. In the next week or so, OpenAI is introducing a new GPT-3.5 Turbo model, gpt-3.5-turbo-0125. “For the third time in the past year, we will be decreasing prices on GPT-3.5 Turbo to help our customers scale” the company explains. “Input prices for the new model are reduced by 50% to $0.0005 /1K tokens and output prices are reduced by 25% to $0.0015 /1K token.” � Want to browse the web privately? � Or appear as if you’re in another country? Get a huge 86% off Surfshark with this special tech.co offer […]

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