OpenAI has announced it will host its first-ever developer conference, OpenAI DevDay, on November 6, 2023, in San Francisco. The AI research company shared the news in a blog post, inviting hundreds of developers to attend in-person or livestream the event.
The one-day conference aims to preview new AI tools and features from OpenAI to the developer community. While full details have not been revealed, the announcement promises developers will be able to get an inside look at what OpenAI is working on next.
OpenAI frames DevDay as an opportunity to bring together the over 2 million developers currently using its AI models. Attendees will be able to join technical talks and breakout sessions led by the OpenAI team.
The keynote and some sessions will also be live-streamed online for those who can’t attend in person. Registration will open in the coming weeks, with spots likely to fill up fast given high demand within the developer community to leverage OpenAI tools.
While major announcements like the reveal of GPT-5 are unlikely, attendees may get previews of upcoming capabilities and innovations around models like GPT-4 and DALL-E 2. Potential topics include integrating OpenAI’s latest natural language and image generation models into new applications.
With AI generative models gaining mainstream traction, interest in what OpenAI will unveil next continues to grow. DevDay represents a chance for the company to engage directly with developers, show off emerging technology, gather feedback, and inspire new use cases.
The developer community will be eager to see what OpenAI has in store for the future of AI. For any developers interested in attending, sign up at devday.openai.com for a notification when registration opens in the coming weeks.