The GPT Store is here.

PLUS: Steam changes course on AI

Welcome, AI enthusiasts.

OpenAI just swung the doors open on its highly-anticipated GPT Store, alongside additional updates like a new Teams plan and adaptive memory capabilities.

While ChatGPT may have gotten a bit lazy over the holidays, the OpenAI team clearly had productivity on its resolution list — shipping FAST in the new year. Let’s get into it…

In today’s AI rundown:

  • OpenAI launches GPT Store and ChatGPT Team Plan

  • Steam updates policy to allow AI in game creation

  • How to access GPT-4 Turbo with Copilot

  • ByteDance releases MagicVideo V2

  • 8 new AI tools & 4 new AI jobs

  • More AI & tech news

Read time: 4 minutes



Image source: OpenAI

The Rundown: OpenAI just announced the official launch of the GPT Store, allowing users to find GPTs and builders profit off of their created AI assistants.

The details:

  • The GPT Store features over 3M GPTs created by the community — featuring a variety of categories, a trending leaderboard, and curated picks.

  • A revenue program for U.S. builders is set to launch ‘in Q1’, rewarding creators based on user engagement with their GPTs.

  • OpenAI also announced a new ChatGPT Team Plan, priced at $25/month/user (annual) or $30/month (monthly), offers a shared workspace and user management tools.

  • ChatGPT personalization and long-term memory have also started rolling out, allowing GPT to carry over memory between chats and improve over time.

Why it matters: With discoverability nearly impossible over the last few months, the Store launch (and future revenue incentives) puts the spotlight back on the community-built bots. New personalization features will also help continue transforming ChatGPT into a more adaptive, user-specific assistant.


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Image source: Valve

The Rundown: Game publisher Valve just issued new rules enabling Steam developers to release games leveraging AI after previous controversy around rejections.

The details:

  • Valve's policy shift comes after earlier rejections of AI-generated game submissions, causing confusion and controversy in the developer community.

  • If AI is used, creators must now disclose the use of pre-generated AI content, like art and sound, and confirm it's not illegal or infringing.

  • Steam's game store pages will now indicate if a game contains AI, with options for players to report any illegal AI-generated content.

  • Actor’s union SAG-AFTRA also announced a deal with Replica Studios, setting guidelines for AI voice acting licensing in video games.

Why it matters: While the news is likely to anger a large sector of creatives that still view AI as a destructive force — a blanket ban on using a tool that supercharges development was never going to last. However, as the tech improves (and copyright battles rage on), policy enforcement will continue to be difficult.


The Rundown: GPT-4 Turbo is now quietly rolling out for free in Microsoft Copilot — gradually giving some users access to OpenAI’s most advanced model without the $20/month price tag.

Thanks to Paul Covert for sharing this tutorial to see if you have access.


  1. Head to

  2. Check to see if you have access to GPT-4 Turbo by pressing Ctrl+U (or Cmd+option+U on Mac) to open the page’s source code. Then hit Ctrl+F, and type ‘gpt4t’. If it finds that term, you have access.

  3. If you have it, you can now access larger context windows, better and quicker responses, and a more recent knowledge cutoff than GPT-4!

  4. If you don’t see gpt4t in the code, don’t worry. The new features are being rolled out gradually, and you’ll have access shortly.


Image source: ByteDance

The Rundown: ByteDance (parent company of TikTok) researchers just introduced MagicVideo-V2 for text-to-video generation, integrating multiple modules and enhancements to outperform top models.

The details:

  • The model starts from a high-resolution reference image generated from a text prompt.

  • The image is then animated into keyframe sequences at a lower resolution before being refined and extended for smoother motion.

  • In human evaluations, magicVideo-V2 outperformed leading text-to-video models like Runway, Pika Labs, and Stable Diffusion Video.

Why it matters: The limits of AI video generation continue to be pushed, with ByteDance staking its claim with MagicVideo in the impressively crowded field. One has to wonder — are these AI gains the result of having millions of viral TikTok videos to train on?


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