ChatGPT’s AI ‘memory’ can remember the preferences of paying customers

An illustration in a lively and emotional style inspired by early 20th century art, drawn in 3:2 aspect ratio. The primary focus should be the representation of the AI named 'ChatGPT'. Picture it as a kind, friendly figure sitting at a desk full of papers, writing and organizing information diligently. Around it, you can see various papers representing different domains mentioned in the article: a sheet titled 'Meeting Notes', another with draft social media posts and a card decoration signifying birthday wishes. On another part of the table, include a stopwatch or timer indicating the lesson durations. In the background incorporate symbolic elements representing the expansion of the service, like a map showcasing different regions of the world. Make sure to emphasize that the AI is cheerful and helpful, contributing to better personalized assistance for users.

OpenAI has introduced the Memory feature for ChatGPT, allowing paying subscribers to store queries and prompts more permanently. This feature enables the AI to remember user preferences, making responses more personalized. Users can instruct ChatGPT to remember specific details and it also learns from conversations to enhance its capabilities. However, OpenAI assures that users will have control over what ChatGPT retains and uses for additional training. The AI will now notify users when memories are updated and users can manage what ChatGPT remembers by reviewing and removing unwanted details. Examples of Memory’s uses include customizing meeting notes, brainstorming social media posts, and creating personalized birthday cards. Additionally, it can remember specific preferences such as lesson durations for teachers. While Memory is available to paying subscribers outside of Europe or Korea, OpenAI plans to roll it out to other subscription tiers and custom GPTs in the future, without specifying a timeline for this expansion.

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