ChatGPT is on the verge of bankruptcy.
Investors are barely breaking even as the venture lacks profitability due to chip shortages, conflicting interests, and other factors.
OpenAI has incurred a loss of $540 million since introducing ChatGPT.
Artificial Intelligence has been a prominent topic this year, with OpenAI's chatbot, ChatGPT, and Microsoft's Bing Chat, both utilizing OpenAI tech, being at the forefront. However, ChatGPT has encountered some challenges. According to a recent report, the chatbot's responses have deteriorated despite OpenAI's efforts to introduce new features for improvement.
Furthermore, OpenAI is facing financial difficulties, with indications of possible bankruptcy. Firstpost has highlighted several reasons behind this situation, based on statistics shared by Analytics India Magazine.
Running an AI-powered chatbot comes with substantial costs. OpenAI spends around $700,000 daily to operate the tool, resulting in a cost of 36 cents per query. Additionally, significant expenses are incurred in acquiring GPUs from companies like NVIDIA to ensure seamless operations. Despite efforts to monetize GPT-3.5 and GPT-4, OpenAI may struggle to sustain this model. Microsoft and recent investors have been supporting these expenses, but there is uncertainty about the sustainability of investor support.
In addition to financial concerns, OpenAI has seen a 12% decline in user base between June and July, resulting in the loss of approximately 200,000 users. However, these statistics only reflect website users and do not account for APIs.
OpenAI's APIs have attracted interest from organizations that were initially skeptical about incorporating Artificial Intelligence into their workflows. The availability of open-sourced LLM models allows users to customize their experience without incurring extra costs.
Furthermore, Sam Altman, a key figure at OpenAI, has expressed different goals for ChatGPT compared to OpenAI. Altman is focused on achieving AGI superintelligence, while OpenAI is prioritizing profitability. Altman also emphasized the importance of safety measures and called for government involvement to regulate the tool's capabilities. The FTC has initiated an investigation into ChatGPT, potentially impacting Microsoft due to their close partnership.
Despite the challenges, OpenAI is actively exploring new revenue streams through GPT-4 LLMs. The company aims to generate $200 million in annual revenue in 2023 and $1 billion in 2024, although it faces a current loss of $540 million since the chatbot's launch.
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