You Can Now Use ChatGPT Without An Account, But Still With Restrictions!

TECH NEWS – Many of OpenAI’s features are available, but not all of them can be accessed without registration, but one feature can now be used without creating an account…


It must have been quite confusing, inconvenient (and a bit time-consuming) when even to use ChatGPT you had to register in the same browser. But OpenAI wants to simplify this, because at least for using the chatbot, the company will not require an account. However, registration is still required for their other products, and OpenAI has reported this on several of their platforms. The company has confirmed on its website and in a tweet that ChatGPT no longer requires an account, citing the fact that it is used by more than 100 million users in multiple countries week after week.

“It’s core to our mission to make tools like ChatGPT widely available so people can experience the benefits of AI. More than 100 million people in 185 countries use ChatGPT every week to learn something new, find creative inspiration, and get answers to their questions. Starting today, you can start using ChatGPT right away without having to sign up. We’re rolling this out gradually, with the goal of making AI accessible to anyone curious about its capabilities,” OpenAI wrote.

So you can only use ChatGPT without registering. Their other products still require an account, and anyone using DALL-E 3 for image generation would have to invest in a subscription on top of that. Their voice cloning service, Voice Engine, and their video creation platform, Sora, are still only available to a limited number of users.

OpenAI can also do this because its service is actually used by a lot of people, and Microsoft’s $10 billion investment will only be recouped over time, but eventually it really needs to think about becoming a non-profit company again (a point recently made by Elon Musk, owner of Twitter, Tesla, and SpaceX).

Source: WCCFTech,

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