The AI company is more likely to invite people on a waitlist to the ChatGPT Plus program.

OpenAI recently launched ChatGPT Plus subscription, a new Artificial Intelligence chatbot subscription plan. ChatGPT Plus subscription plan offers more features. In particular, the company has confirmed that it will not be discontinuing ChatGPT’s free service, and the new Plus plan gives users more options.

ChatGPT Plus subscription costs $20 per month and is currently only available in the US. We plan to expand to other regions shortly. AI companies also have the potential to invite people on a waitlist to the ChatGPT Plus program. According to OpenAI, this new subscription plan will help users gain free access and availability of ChatGPT.

Speaking of features, users with a ChatGPT Plus subscription can access the service during peak usage hours. Plus, these Plus users get access to faster response times and priority access to new features. These features are said to be similar to the leaked ChatGPT Pro and ChatGPT Plus.

According to OpenAI, the company will make several changes to its AI platform based on feedback received during preliminary research. Interestingly, the company also confirmed the launch of the ChatGPT API, a ChatGPT business integration platform that will be integrated into existing applications and services.

Meanwhile, the company unveiled a tool designed to show whether the text was generated by an artificial intelligence program or disguised as a human.

The tool will flag content written by OpenAI’s products as well as other AI authoring software. However, the company said, “it still has several limitations  so it should be used as a complement to other methods of determining the source of text instead of being the primary decision-making tool.”

The Microsoft support company estimates that only 26% of text written by AI is correctly identified. He also noted that 9% of the human-written text is composed of artificial intelligence. The tool, called

The classifier will be available as a web app along with some resources for teachers, it said in a statement Tuesday. The popularity of the ChatGPT app has raised copyright concerns, with students and workers using bots to create reports and content and pass them off as their own. It also raised concerns about the ease of automatically generated disinformation campaigns.