OpenAI to host its first developer conference in November

September 7, 2023
OpenAI Developer Conference

OpenAI has been at the forefront of AI research and development, with several groundbreaking achievements that have significantly influenced the field. Their most notable accomplishments include:

  • Developing and training the first large-scale generative language model, GPT-3, which has been hailed as one of the most significant advancements in the field of NLP3.
  • Creating DALL-E, a neural network that can generate images from text descriptions.
  • Building Codex, a system that can write code from natural language commands, such as “create a website with a white background and a blue button” or “write a function to check whether a number is even or not”.

OpenAI has now announced that it will hold its first developer conference on November 6, 2023 in San Francisco. The event, dubbed OpenAI DevDay, will showcase the latest tools and innovations from the lab and offer a platform for developers to network and collaborate with the OpenAI team.

The conference will feature keynote speeches, demos, and breakout sessions led by OpenAI’s technical staff, covering topics such as natural language processing, computer vision, code generation, and reinforcement learning. Attendees will also get a chance to preview new features and capabilities of the OpenAI API, which provides access to the lab’s most advanced models via a simple API calls.

The OpenAI API, launched in 2020, has been widely adopted by over 2 million developers who use it to power a variety of applications and services that leverage the state-of-the-art AI models developed by the lab. These include GPT-4, the latest version of the generative language model that can write anything from essays to code; GPT-3.5, a smaller and faster variant of GPT-3; DALL-E, a neural network that can create images from text descriptions; and Whisper, a system that can answer questions and provide guidance based on natural language queries.

“OpenAI DevDay is an opportunity for us to share our vision and our work with the developer community and to learn from their feedback and ideas,” said Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI. “We’re excited to see what new things they will build with our tools.”

Developers who are interested in attending the conference can visit for more information and sign up to receive a notification when registration opens in the coming weeks. The event will also be live-streamed online for those who cannot attend in person.

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