In a move to make artificial intelligence more accessible, OpenAI has announced that users can now interact with ChatGPT without needing to register an account. This change aims to expand the reach of AI technology to users worldwide, simplifying the process to engage with ChatGPT's capabilities.

Previously, accessing ChatGPT required signing up for an OpenAI account, which allowed users to save chat histories and access enhanced features like voice commands and custom instructions. Now, in a gradual rollout starting today, OpenAI is removing these barriers, allowing instant access to ChatGPT for an even broader audience.

Despite the removal of the registration requirement, some limitations remain for unregistered users. These users will not have the ability to save chat histories or access certain premium features. However, OpenAI assures that the core functionality of ChatGPT remains the same, providing valuable assistance in learning new information, sparking creativity, or obtaining specific answers.

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To access the GPT Store, users need to be subscribed to one of OpenAI’s premium ChatGPT plans, including ChatGPT Plus, ChatGPT Enterprise, or the newly launched ChatGPT Team.

OpenAI emphasizes that more than 100 million people across 185 countries already use ChatGPT on a weekly basis. To maintain user trust, OpenAI has implemented additional content safeguards and continues to allow users the option to opt-out of having their data used for model training purposes.

This update is expected to make AI tools like ChatGPT more widely available, inviting users who are curious about AI but reluctant to undergo the registration process. OpenAI believes that this change will foster a greater understanding and appreciation of AI’s potential benefits among the general public.