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2 Apr, 2024
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OpenAI has made a significant move to democratize access to its AI platform by allowing users to access ChatGPT without needing an OpenAI account.

While this change opens up the popular chatbot to anyone, other premium services like DALL-E 3 will still require an account and come at a cost.

Previously, users interested in engaging with ChatGPT had to sign up for an OpenAI account. The decision to remove this requirement aims to make AI more accessible to curious minds worldwide. Despite this change, some features such as saving chat history, chat sharing, and voice conversations still require an account.

ChatGPT has enjoyed widespread popularity since its launch at the end of 2022, becoming one of the fastest-growing AI services globally. Even with emerging competitors like Google's Gemini, ChatGPT maintains its position as the most visited AI chatbot site, drawing over 1.6 billion visitors in February alone.

To ensure a safe and secure user experience, OpenAI has implemented additional content safeguards, including expanded prompt blocking. Furthermore, users, regardless of account status, retain the option to opt out of model training, allowing them to control the use of their ChatGPT activity for training AI models.